Differences Of Law, Ethics, And Bioethics Concepts

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Behavioral Objectives
Unit 1Terminal Learning Objective: Upon completion of this topic, students received the concepts of Law, Ethics, Bioethics, as well as patients ' and healthcare providers ' responsibilities and rights.
Unit 1 Enabling Objectives: At the end of the class students should be able to:
1- Define the Law, Ethics, and Bioethics concepts.
2-List at least two differences between Law, Ethics, and Bioethics.
3-Describe at least two similarities between Law, Ethics, and Bioethics.
4-Provide five examples regarding the importance and necessity to understand the legal responsibilities of a healthcare professional.
5-Demonstrate why ethics is a concept that goes beyond feeling, softy emotions, and religious beliefs; using at least three examples.
6-Contrast five differences between civil law and criminal law.
7- Contrast at least two differences between felony and misdemeanor.

8-Distinguish five examples of criminal and unethical actions related with the healthcare field.
9-Evaluate possible violations of the legal and ethical responsibilities of the healthcare professionals in the different scenarios provided by the instructor.
10-Justify why it is important to study Law, Ethics, and Bioethics, using at least two examples.
Unit 2 Terminal Learning Objective: Upon completion of this topic, students were provided with the most important characteristics of the Legal System in today’s healthcare environment.
Unit 2 Enabling Objectives:
Lesson 1
At the end of the

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