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Patient care professionals are characterized by 1 a prolonged specialized training in a body of knowledge and skills; 2 ethical principles; 3 a service orientation; and 4 judgment. These professions determine their own standards of education, training, licensure, and practice and have long subscribed to a body of ethical statements developed primarily for the benefit of the patient.
As a potential future member of these professions, a student must recognize responsibility and an obligation not only to patients, but also to society, other health professionals, and self to behave in a manner compatible with the medical profession's standards of conduct. One of the goals of a medical school is to educate a student during the transition to a professional life. Accordingly, the Standards of Professional Conduct detailed in this document have been developed to guide the pre-professional behavior of students in patient care degree programs of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine and to prepare the students to meet the ethical standards of these medical professions.
A student shall deal honestly with people including, but not limited to, colleagues, instructors, representatives of the University, patients, attending physicians, and other members of the health care team. Students are expected to demonstrate honesty and integrity in all aspects of their interaction with patients and staff — particularly in assuring accuracy and completeness of their part of the medical record.
The student shall strive to report, by utilizing the Honor Council Procedures for Violations of the Standards of Professional Conduct, those students deficient in character or competence, or who engage in fraud or deception. The basic principle underlying all research is honesty. Scientists and students who participate in research have a responsibility to provide research of the highest quality; to gather facts meticulously; to keep impeccable records of work done; to interpret realistically, not forcing them into preconceived molds or models; and to report new knowledge through appropriate channels.
Co-authors of research reports must be sufficiently acquainted with the work of their co-workers that they can personally vouch for the integrity of the study and validity of the findings, and must have been active in the research itself. In all cases of academic dishonesty, the instructor shall make an academic judgment about the student's grade on that work and in that course.
The instructor shall report the alleged academic dishonesty to the Chair of the Honor Council. Examples of academic dishonesty include, but are not limited to, the following:. Cheating — 1 use of any unauthorized assistance in taking quizzes, tests, or examinations; 2 dependence upon the aid of sources beyond those authorized by the instructor in writing papers, preparing reports, solving problems, or carrying out other asments; or 3 acquisition or possession without permission of tests or other academic material belonging to a member of the University faculty or staff; 4 in any way giving assistance to others who are participating in any of the three preceding types of behavior; or, 5 falsifying attendance records or other official documents.
The detection may involve the use of commercially available software. Sabotage — unauthorized interference with, modification of, or destruction of the work or intellectual property of another member of the University community. Examples of dishonesty related to clinical practice include, but are not limited to, the following:.
A student must acquire competencies with the appropriate concepts, knowledge, and skills which the faculty determines to be essential. These competencies shall be utilized to care for the sick and to promote the health and welfare of society. A student shall recognize a responsibility to participate in activities contributing to an improved community. Students in the care of patients must not be harmful, dangerous, or negligent to the mental or physical health of a patient or the public. Negligent means the failure to use that degree of skill and learning ordinarily used under the same or similar circumstances by other students.
Students must pay tuition and other University fees, such as the medical equipment or disability fees, on time. Students must complete required forms of evaluation, degree forms, examination applications, etc. Students must be familiar with and follow the rules and regulations of the School of Medicine, the University, and related professional organizations. A student shall be dedicated to providing supervised competent medical service with compassion, respect for human dignity, and without discrimination.
It is against University regulations to discriminate on the race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability and status as a Vietnam era veteran. Examples of misrepresentation include, but are not limited to, the following:.
A student shall respect the rights of patients, colleagues, and other health professionals, and shall safeguard patient confidences within the constraints of the law. The discussion in public of the problems of an identified patient, without the patient's permission, by professional staff including students violates patient confidentiality and is unethical. Under no circumstances can any medical record be removed from the institution. Names of patients should be omitted from any documents used for these presentations.
While the student is a member of the medical team and under faculty supervision, a student shall continue to study, apply, and advance scientific knowledge, make relevant information available to patients, colleagues, and the public, obtain consultation, and use the talents of other health professionals when indicated. Sharing of medical information appropriately with a patient and colleagues involved in the care of the patient is a fundamental ethical requirement.
The patient must be well informed to make health care decisions and work intelligently in partnership with the medical team. Information that the patient needs for decision making shall be presented in terms the patient can understand. Failure of a student to share medical information relevant to a patient with the patient and colleagues involved in the care of the patient is unethical.
Providing inaccurate information with these individuals is also unacceptable. Assessment of Personal Competence Self-Evaluation. Students shall seek consultation and supervision whenever their ability to play their role in the care for a patient is inadequate because of lack of knowledge or experience. Students are expected to respond to constructive criticism by appropriate modification of behavior.
It is unacceptable for a student to attempt procedures or to prescribe therapies without supervision. Students shall maintain a neat and clean appearance, and dress in attire that is generally accepted as professional by the patient populations served. Inappropriate behavior includes, but is not limited to, the use of offensive language, gestures, or remarks. Attempting, directly or indirectly, by way of intimidation, coercion or deception, to obtain or retain a patient or discourage the use of a second opinion or consultation is not appropriate. If a conflict of interest arises, the moral principle is clear — the welfare of the patient must be, at all times, paramount.
It is the responsibility of every student to strive to protect the public from an impaired colleague and to assist that colleague whose capability is impaired because of alcohol or drug use. Professional relations among all members of the medical community shall be marked by civility. Scholarly contributions shall be acknowledged and each person shall recognize and facilitate the contributions of others to this community; slanderous comments and acts are not acceptable.
Students shall deal with professional, staff, and peer members of the health team in a considerate manner and with a spirit of cooperation. It is unethical and harmful for a student to disparage, without sufficient evidence, the professional competence, knowledge, qualifications, or services of a colleague to anyone. It is also unethical to imply without reliable evidence — by word, gesture, or deed — that a patient has been poorly managed or mistreated by a colleague.
It is incumbent upon those entering this profession to teach what they know of the science, art, and ethics of medicine. It includes communicating clearly and teaching patients so that they are Kansas city professor for encounter honest i dont want to fuck you prepared to participate in their own care and in the maintenance of their health. In addition to the conduct detailed in the preceding sections, a student is subject to the University of Missouri Student Conduct Code, as administered by the UMKC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, except for provisions dealing with academic dishonesty, in Section As of the date of this document, such conduct falls into the followingand is provided for the convenience of patient care professional students at the University of Missouri School of Medicine:.
Academic dishonestysuch as cheating, plagiarism, or sabotage. The Board of Curators recognizes that academic honesty is essential for the intellectual life of the University. Faculty members have a special obligation to expect high standards of academic honesty in all student work. Students have a special obligation to adhere to such standards.
The instructor shall report the alleged academic dishonesty to the Primary Administrative Officer. Honesty above. Forgery, alteration, or misuse of University documents, records or identification, or knowingly furnishing false information to the University. Obstruction or disruption of teaching, research, administration, conduct proceedings, or other University activities, including its public service functions on or off campus.
Physical abuse or other conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person. Stalking another by following or engaging in a course of conduct with no legitimate purpose that puts another person reasonably in fear for his or her safety or would cause a reasonable person under the circumstances to be frightened, intimidated or emotionally distressed.
These violations include, but are not limited to:. False Reporting. False reporting is making an intentional false report or accusation as opposed to a report or accusation, which, even if erroneous, is made in good faith. These violations include:. Sex Discrimination. Sex discrimination occurs when a person has been treated inequitably on the basis of sex, gender identity, or gender expression.
Sexual Harassment. Sexual harassment is defined as:. Unwelcome sexual advances or requests for sexual activity by a person or persons in a position of power or authority to another person, or. Other unwelcome verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature by a person to another person, when:.
Sexual Misconduct. Stalking on the Basis of Sex. Stalking on the basis of sex is following or engaging in a course of conduct on the basis of sex with no legitimate purpose that puts another person reasonably in fear for his or her safety or would cause a reasonable person under the circumstances to be frightened, intimidated or emotionally distressed. Violence committed by a person who is or has been in a social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature with the recipient of the violent behavior. Sexual Exploitation.
Examples of sexual exploitation include, but are not limited to, the following activities done without the consent of all participants:. Going beyond the boundaries of consent to sexual activity letting your friends hide to watch you engaging in sexual activity. The University strictly prohibits retaliation against any person for making a report required by Section Threatening or Intimidating Behaviorsdefined as written or verbal conduct that causes a reasonable expectation of injury to the health or safety of any person or damage to any property or implied threats or acts that cause a reasonable fear of harm in another.
Participating in attempted or actual theft of, damage to, or possession without permission of property of the University or of a member of the University community or of a campus visitor.Kansas city professor for encounter honest i dont want to fuck you
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