The first and least important reason is that Dr.Nemur and Dr.Strauss did not follow the ethics of fieldwork. Dr.Strauss spells it out for himself, “reassuring” Charlie about the surgery, “Dr. Strauss says don’t be supersitis
Pro-Operation Imagine having the intelligence of a kindergartener, and you have the chance to become a genius, but potentially only for a little bit. Would you take that risk? Charlie Gordon, the protagonist in author Daniel Keye’s, Flowers for Algernon made the right choice by undergoing a life changing operation. If Charlie did not have the surgery he would not have had a personal relationship with Miss Kinnian, he wouldn’t have experienced the real world, and science wouldn’t have progressed towards their research. If not for the operation Charlie wouldn’t have developed a personal relationship with Miss Kinnian.
Confidentiality: Optometry students should not reveal any information about the patient to anyone unless they have patient’s consent to do so. We must hold in confidence all protected health and other personal information of our patients. This is an important part of the optometrist-patient relationship that is necessary to build and maintain trust. The student clinician may reveal protected health and other personal information only with the written consent of the patient. However, exceptions to confidentiality do exist that are ethically justified.
The doctors hadn't even been thought the Algernon's test before they started on Charlie they weren't thinking about Charlie because they were thinking about themselves. The doctors only cared about how much fame they would get from this experiment. They only cared about what they would get from the experiment, It didn’t matter what happened to Charlie. Charlie Gordon's doctors also didn’t think of what would happen to his after the surgery, Charlie ended up losing his job because people found it wrong for Charlie to end up learning all this information so quickly. He also
“Flowers for Algernon” Argumentative Essay Charlie should never have had the surgery. Despite the hope that a miracle would save Charlie Gordon from looming regression, in Daniel Keyes, “Flowers for Algernon,” Charlie struggled and failed to remember all of the knowledge that he had accumulated. Charlie’s conflict with society, based on his innate lack of cognitive ability, compelled him to learn and find a way to make himself “normal.” Charlie wanted a miracle and he was the repercussions. Doctor Nemur and Doctor Strauss were two eager and ambitious doctors, who recognized Charlie’s vulnerability and used his desperation to recruit him for the experiment. At the pinnacle of Charlie’s ability he understood the shortcomings of the operation
Even though the embryonic stem cells might not have life to it straight away, there is possibility in killing a potential life. I personally do not have a religion, but I still think it is looked at as a way of murder. Also, if a person was to get extremely sick, no one is responsible and it is therefore no one’s job to try and cure this person. As human beings we should not try to play god and think we can save every human life on this planet. Scientists claim to develop ways of treatment and cures, but it is yet uncertain to what extend this will have (positive) impact on the illness.
I think this incident had a positive result because I have stood from patient’s angle. I have concerned the feeling of the patient. If I were a patient, I would expect the medical students provide appropriate suggestions for me instead of sharing uncertain information. The most critical outcome is that developing a trust relationship between us. Trust relationship is a kind of interactive process that requires care and concern (Chin, 2001).
Thorough properly identifying moral standards consistent with social, cultural, and religious standards is an effective way to nurture moral courage atmosphere. As the leading manager, ethical decisions are a major responsible and ensuring to facilitate no harm comes to no patients and staff while in the care of the health system (p.73). One must create the policies to serve patients with positive results. However, an administrator ethics and legal behavior will be in question, especially when dealing with the health organization that lacks unethical behavior. Many health care agencies expect loyalty to the organization in which you are employed and questioning the policies on patient and staff safety could endanger one’s employment.
The main subject of this course is how to become medical professional. Medical professional is something that is practiced or obligated on a daily basis by the individual who is following the ethical standard of medical profession. A professional individuals should have a good judgement, polite behavior and skills and ability to do well in the medical fields. Also medical professions should have the courteous and good manner in the workplace. For instance, a good health practitioner can correctly diagnose and treat patients properly.