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Voluntourist or Insightful Humanitarian, presented in partnership with Salus University

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1.  A good working definition of Ethics is:
  1. A system of values determined by your parents.
  2. Based on personal judgements.
  3. A code of conduct determined by a group.
  4. It will never change.
2.  A good working definition of Morality is:
  1. A code of conduct determined by a group.
  2. Can change over time depending on desires of society.
  3. Based on theories of a profession.
  4. Can result in criminal charges if anyone is lacking it.
3.  Non-maleficence is based on the Hippocratic teaching of:
  1. Provide clarity
  2. Lacking ethics of duty
  3. Negligence
  4. Do not harm
4.  Beneficence is an important concept of:
  1. Bioethics
  2. Lacking ethics of duty
  3. Ensures individual's self determination
  4. Providing charity
5.  An example of beneficence is:
  1. Providing free professional services to use for marketing purposes.
  2. Providing professional services at the usual and customary amount.
  3. Providing free professional services to only benefit a needful person.
  4. Providing professional services significantly more than the usual and customary amount.
6.  The term Autonomy ensures that:
  1. Resources are allocated with equity.
  2. Individuals have capacity of self determination.
  3. Receipt of a hearing aid is dependent upon the recipient posing for “feel good” videos.
  4. The voluntourist makes decisions for the recipient.
7.  Causing harm in audiology outreach could include:
  1. Providing positive benefit to the patient.
  2. Causing undue and unnecessary expense to the patient.
  3. Freely providing all necessary critical information to the patient.
  4. Ensuring complete autonomy to the patient.
8.  An example of a breach of Justice in audiology would be:
  1. The voluntourist prioritizes patients by age for wearing hearing aids without community input.
  2. A voluntourist fails to ask permission to take photos.
  3. A humanitarian is especially careful to treat all patients with equity.
  4. A humanitarian is especially careful to treat all patients with great fairness.
9.  Ethical photography while working in outreach:
  1. Could be ignored when fitting a hearing aid.
  2. Does not require a consent from the individual being photographed.
  3. Is considered professionally necessary for marketing purposes.
  4. Is considered dehumanizing.
10.  Ethnocentrism is:
  1. the result of having high regard and respect for other cultures.
  2. judging other cultures according to one’s own culture.
  3. based on an individual’s vast experiences with other cultures.
  4. the result of vast understanding about other cultures.

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