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Ethics For The Pharmacy Technician

Question 1 (5 points)

In 1997, the US Supreme Court ruled that the _______ Amendment to the Constitution doesn’t create a fundamental right to assisted suicide.

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Question 1 options:

 
a) First

 

 
b) Fourteenth

 

 
c) Second

 

 
d) Tenth

 

Question 2 (5 points)

Deciding to abort a pregnancy to save the woman’s life is an example of which type of normative ethics theory?

Question 2 options:

 
a) Duty theory

 

 
b) Confidentiality theory

 

 
c) Virtue theory

 

 
d) Consequentialist theory

 

Question 3 (5 points)

Patient Ann Smith is in a coma. Her legal guardian, Jane Brown, is authorized to make medical decisions on her behalf. In this situation, patient Ann Smith most likely has a/an

Question 3 options:

 
a) medical entitlement contract.

 

 
b) authorized medical guardianship form.

 

 
c) durable power of attorney.

 

 
d) medical administrator’s trust.

 

 

 

Question 4 (5 points)

Which of the following statements is true of the Exception for Informed Consent (EFIC)?

Question 4 options:

 
a) It allows patients to volunteer for experimental research.

 

 
b) It allows patients to leave the hospital without physician consent.

 

 
c) It permits emergency research without patient consent under certain conditions.

 

 
d) It permits adults to refuse medical treatment.

 

Question 5 (5 points)

_______ is the deliberate prevention of pregnancy.

Question 5 options:

 
a) Adoption

 

 
b) Abortion

 

 
c) Contraception

 

 
d) Embryo donation

 

Question 6 (5 points)

The rules for organ allocation were established by

Question 6 options:

 
a) the Managed Care Network of Providers.

 

 
b) the Joint Commission on Healthcare Initiatives.

 

 
c) the federal government.

 

 
d) UNOS committees, doctors, and donor/recipient families.

 

Question 7 (5 points)

Which of the following is a requirement for protecting patient autonomy?

Question 7 options:

 
a) Patients must give informed consent for medical treatment.

 

 
b) Physicians can require patients to submit written authorization for medical treatment.

 

 
c) Patients must consult with legal counsel before having life-threatening surgery.

 

 
d) Patients must independently research all procedures prior to giving consent.

 

Question 8 (5 points)

Which of the following is the most common reason for an advance medical directive?

Question 8 options:

 
a) To allow the family to settle the patient’s estate

 

 
b) To allow for a natural death

 

 
c) To prolong life artificially using medical technology

 

 
d) To allow the patient’s family time to grieve

 

 

Question 9 (5 points)

Test-tube fertilization and artificial insemination are

Question 9 options:

 
a) nonnatural methods of conception.

 

 
b) inherently distinct methods of conception.

 

 
c) used only in Eastern civilizations.

 

 
d) nonviable contraceptive methods.

 

Question 10 (5 points)

A formulary is an insurance provider’s list of

Question 10 options:

 
a) proper behaviors and manners for a certain community.

 

 
b) employees covered by an employer’s health insurance plan.

 

 
c) approved drugs it will cover.

 

 
d) procedural steps to resolve ethical conflicts in a medical office.

 

 

 

Question 11 (5 points)

Using the data collected during the 2017 US Census, match the following races with the percentage of patients lacking health insurance.

Question 11 options:

 

 

Caucasian
 

 

African American
 

 

 

Hispanic

 

 
1. 10.6 percent
2. 16.1 percent
3. 6.3 percent

 

 

Question 12 (5 points)

Match each of the following with the correct definition.

Question 12 options:

 

 

Exception for Informed Consent (EFIC)
 

 

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
 

 

 

Nuremberg Code
 

 

 

Uniform Anatomical Gift Act

 

 
1. Forbids performing medical experiments on humans without their consent.
2. Allows potentially lifesaving research to be carried out without patient consent in emergencies.
3. Provides government subsidies to help pay for healthcare for those who can’t afford it.
4. Requires that organ donors must be at least 18 years old.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 13 (5 points)

Which of the following are considered examples of proper medical etiquette for pharmacy employees?

Question 13 options:

 
a) Interact with fellow employees in a professional manner.

 

 
b) Make eye contact with customers and greet them in a friendly and professional way.

 

 
c) Always use customers’ first names when helping them.

 

 
d) Take care of customers in person or on the phone promptly and apologize if they must wait.

 

 

 

 

Question 14 (5 points

Which of the following are not considered proper medical etiquette for pharmacy employees?

Question 14 options:

 
a) Talking about a customer’s medications within earshot of other customers

 

 
b) Taking personal telephone calls in front of customers

 

 
c) Asking how you can help and listening with your full attention

 

 
d) Discussing off-the-job matters related to customers or other private pharmacy matters

 

 

 

 

 

Question 15 (5 points)

James has terminal cancer. If his disease progresses to the point that he can’t make decisions for himself, James wants to make sure his healthcare workers are aware that he wants neither a feeding tube nor artificial respiration. Which of the following advance medical directives would James use to ensure his instructions are followed?

Question 15 options:

 
a) Do-not-resuscitate order

 

 
b) Healthcare proxy

 

 
c) Euthanasia

 

 
d) Living will

 

Question 16 (5 points)

Compared to other developed countries, the United States

Question 16 options:

 
a) has the lowest life expectancy.

 

 
b) spends less per person on healthcare.

 

 
c) has the highest suicide rate.

 

 
d) spends more per person on healthcare.

 

Question 17 (5 points)

Which of the following are considered appropriate professional etiquette for the healthcare profession?

Question 17 options:

 
a) Courtesy

 

 
b) Politeness

 

 
c) An advanced college degree

 

 
d) Professional dress

 

Question 18 (5 points)

Which of the following are disclosures required by certain states?

Question 18 options:

 
a) HIV tests for sex offenders

 

 
b) Identification of HIV-infected patients as a condition of employment

 

 
c) Identification and notification of partners of HIV-infected patients

 

 
d) Informing patients that they’re infected with HIV

 

 
e) HIV tests for children under 10 years old

 

Question 19 (5 points)

Which of the following are considered forms of nonnatural conception?

Question 19 options:

 
a) Sexual reproduction

 

 
b) Test-tube fertilization

 

 
c) Artificial insemination

 

 
d) Implanting a fertilized egg in someone else’s womb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Question 20 (5 points)

Which of the following virtues could be cultivated in the medical field?

Question 20 options:

 
a) Competent

 

 
b) Frugal

 

 
c) Tranquil

D) Compassionate

e) careful