The FDA greatly investigates these companies to make sure that food, human and veterinary drugs, medical devices, cosmetics, and electronic products are safe to sell to the public. If the products turn out to be unsafe, the company will have to announce a recall. In this scenario, the FDA had yet to investigate Pro Health’s new product ProBio. Before then, Pro Health had found out that ProBio had the same brand name as another product already out for purchase. Having the same brand name as another product is also one of the things that are against the FDA’s regulations because this could protect the consumer from buying the wrong drug because of the similar names.
For example if a doctor is of the Jehovah witness belief and they have a bleeding patient they may not believe it is right to give them a blood transfusion but as the patient may not share that belief and it is in the patients best interest the doctor should perform the transfusion regardless of his own beliefs. Workers of the health and care industry shouldn’t let their own beliefs and attitudes effect there care or treatment of a patient and shouldn’t judge any patient on anything such as race, religion, gender, sexual orientation etc and shouldn’t get involved in patients personal life unless its effects there treatment or care. I can relate to this in my work area in many ways, one of the ways is chaperoning patients and doctors as many female patients don’t want a male chaperone. This could be due to religious beliefs or just because they feel uncomfortable with a male chaperone, so often I have to call a female colleague to chaperone in my place. Another issue is obtaining food
Refer to Module 4 of Psychology and Your Life. Describe one ethical issue mentioned in the text. Why is informed consent necessary for ethical research? One of the many ethical issues mention in Module 4 in the text is t assurance that participation in research is completely voluntary. From the way that I have interrupted that if the participates are forced into going through with the research it could have a very negative effect on the outcome and will cause data to be wrongfully interrupted.
Finally, there is a dangerous lack of oversight by FDA regulators into the safety violations of companies such as Chemins leading to a reduced rate of public health and safety. Display: There are a number of options available to the Chemins company to deal with the ethical issue of mislabeled products. One is for the company to submit to mandatory testing of their products in order to ensure that what is on the label is what the product actually contains. This testing can be performed at the expense of either the company or the government, though this author believes it is the job of a company to own the regulatory compliance expense of ensuring its products are safe for
Because of the initial breach, this caused a series of further events that then threatened the original plan of how the partnership was to go and who would retain the patent of the drug. Legally, CadMex had a right to sue for breach of contract and so on and so forth from what was said previously. Ethically, however, they should allow for innocent lives to be saved and because they are in a host country, they need to do whatever it takes to make sure that international relations are not affected by any negative publicity. We would solve this issue by installing a utilitarian style of ethics to follow. Utilitarianism is to choose the actions or follow the rules that produce the most good in society.
To deal with these dilemmas in a wise way, a social worker has to keep in mind of their responsibilities and the six Core Values, which are the key points of this case study. Key words: ethical dilemmas, professional responsibilities, the Core Values A Case Study on Ethical Dilemmas, Social Workers’ Responsibilities and Core Values In this case scenario, the dilemma arises when I find out that the plan of closing the mental hospital made by my employing agency is detrimental to my clients’ well-being. Normally, I should be obligated to implement any plans issued by my agency. However, when a policy is unjust and harms my clients’ rights and resources to their well-being, its violation may be justified. To an ethical social worker, a person’s rights to well-being may override laws, policies, and arrangements of organizations (Hepworth, Rooney, Strom-Gottfried, & Larsen, 2010, p. 73).
Also, in Auditing Standard No.14 of PCAOB, it says the communication just gives the management an opportunity to correct misstatements. However, auditors should be more suspicious of these uncorrected misstatements, because there may be a sign of fraud. Thus, PCAOB requires auditors to understand why their clients refuse to make corrections, and evaluate the effect of the uncorrected misstatements, both individually and in combination with relevant accounts. 2. Should auditors take explicit measures to prevent their clients from discovering or becoming aware of the materiality thresholds used on individual audit engagements?
The reason for having a hypothesis-based scientific study is because we do not know the outcome of something. It is similar to many everyday problems in that they are problems because they have not been solved yet, however, a hypothesis-based experiment is different from solving an everyday problem because we do not necessarily have to spend time doing an experiment on everyday outcomes. Some problems are easily solved because we know how they happened and how to fix them. For example, my kids can mix a chemical together and I know to poor it out right away or take it away from them. I do not need to do an experiment on them to know that chemicals are not safe for children.
Another issue is that the parent might not be well informed or misinformed by only seeing the part of vaccination media has to show. Which in most cases are the side effects of the vaccine. One last issue that arises is of not being around the major diseases that have killed many people, but now have been eradicated by vaccination. Since it has not affected them then vaccination might not be necessary. Those might be the thought of parents who have not lived the pre vaccination era.
The ability to assess the morality and ethicality of an experimental procedure is an important stage that participants undergo when deciding whether or not to take part. Individuals whose capacity to make autonomous assessments about the ethical nature of a proposed paradigm would not be able to make a fully informed decision as to the provision of consent. Of relevance is the fact that neuropsychological evidence has shown consistently that patients suffering from damage to the VMPF are impaired in making ethically charged judgments about themselves and also the environment that they interact with (Damasio, et al 1990). Such a deficit would have an immediate and significant effect on the ability to provide informed consent. Here, researchers should consider the use of an independent third party to assess the ability to provide consent in these cases.