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Ethics in Hearing Healthcare

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1.  The definition of "Ethics" is:
  1. Moral principles that govern a person's behavior or the conducting of an activity
  2. A feeling of contentment with one's actions
  3. A discernment between "right" and "wrong"
  4. A written guideline designed to curb immoral actions
2.  __________________ are formal statements of what an organization expects in the way of ethical behavior.
  1. Guidelines of Professional Conduct
  2. Code of Ethics
  3. Laws of Audiology
  4. Laws of Hearing Professionalism
3.  When an ethical dilemma is presented, the first thing one should do is:
  1. Contact an attorney
  2. Close the practice
  3. Document the incident in writing
  4. Write a letter of apology to the concerned parties
4.  _________________ is defined as a situation in which a difficult choice has to be made between two courses of action, either of which entails transgressing a moral principal
  1. Bribe
  2. Emotional conflict
  3. Text
  4. Ethical dilemma
5.  If you practice as a hearing healthcare professional, you've immediately accepted professional __________________.
  1. Pay and Overtime
  2. Dominance and Authority
  3. Flexibility and Resourcefulness
  4. Liability and are Responsible for Upholding Professional Ethics

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