The cognitive and affective processes which constitute an internalized moral governor over an individual's moral conduct.
Refusal of the health professional to initiate or continue treatment of a patient or group of patients. The refusal can be based on any reason. The concept is differentiated from PATIENT REFUSAL OF TREATMENT see TREATMENT REFUSAL which originates with the patient and not the health professional.
The reporting of observed or suspected PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT or incompetence to appropriate authorities or to the public.
Differences of opinion or disagreements that may arise, for example, between health professionals and patients or their families, or against a political regime.
The philosophy or code pertaining to what is ideal in human character and conduct. Also, the field of study dealing with the principles of morality.
An oath, attributed to Hippocrates, that serves as an ethical guide for the medical profession.
The rights of individuals to act and make decisions without external constraints.
The process by which individuals internalize standards of right and wrong conduct.
Duties that are based in ETHICS, rather than in law.
Termination of pregnancy under conditions allowed under local laws. (POPLINE Thesaurus, 1991)
A health professional's obligation to breach patient CONFIDENTIALITY to warn third parties of the danger of their being assaulted or of contracting a serious infection.
The study of religion and religious belief, or a particular system or school of religious beliefs and teachings (from online Cambridge Dictionary of American English, 2000 and WordNet: An Electronic Lexical Database, 1997)
Means of postcoital intervention to avoid pregnancy, such as the administration of POSTCOITAL CONTRACEPTIVES to prevent FERTILIZATION of an egg or implantation of a fertilized egg (OVUM IMPLANTATION).
The interrelationship of medicine and religion.
The principles of professional conduct concerning the rights and duties of the physician, relations with patients and fellow practitioners, as well as actions of the physician in patient care and interpersonal relations with patient families.
Recording of information on magnetic or punched paper tape.

Jehovah's Witnesses' refusal of blood: obedience to scripture and religious conscience. (1/41)

Jehovah's Witnesses are students of the Bible. They refuse transfusions out of obedience to the scriptural directive to abstain and keep from blood. Dr Muramoto disagrees with the Witnesses' religious beliefs in this regard. Despite this basic disagreement over the meaning of Biblical texts, Muramoto flouts the religious basis for the Witnesses' position. His proposed policy change about accepting transfusions in private not only conflicts with the Witnesses' fundamental beliefs but it promotes hypocrisy. In addition, Muramoto's arguments about pressure to conform and coerced disclosure of private information misrepresent the beliefs and practices of Jehovah's Witnesses and ignore the element of individual conscience. In short, Muramoto resorts to distortion and uncorroborated assertions in his effort to portray a matter of religious faith as a matter of medical ethical debate.  (+info)

Informed consent for emergency contraception: variability in hospital care of rape victims. (2/41)

There is growing concern that rape victims are not provided with emergency contraceptives in many hospital emergency rooms, particularly in Catholic hospitals. In a small pilot study, we examined policies and practices relating to providing information, prescriptions, and pregnancy prophylaxis in emergency rooms. We held structured telephone interviews with emergency department personnel in 58 large urban hospitals, including 28 Catholic hospitals, from across the United States. Our results showed that some Catholic hospitals have policies that prohibit the discussion of emergency contraceptives with rape victims, and in some of these hospitals, a victim would learn about the treatment only by asking. Such policies and practices are contrary to Catholic teaching. More seriously, they undermine a victim's right to information about her treatment options and jeopardize physicians' fiduciary responsibility to act in their patients' best interests. We suggest that institutions must reevaluate their restrictive policies. If they fail to do so, we believe that state legislation requiring hospitals to meet the standard of care for treatment of rape victims is appropriate.  (+info)

Medical paternalism and the fetus. (3/41)

A number of developments in the medical field have changed the debate about the ethics of abortion. These developments include: advances in fetal physiology, the increase in neonatal intensive care and the survival rates of premature infants. This paper discusses the idea of selective termination and the effects that these decisions have on disabled people of today. It presents a critique of the counselling services that are provided for the parents of a disabled fetus and discusses how this is viewed from a social perspective. The article ends with an argument that the mother deserves to be autonomous in the decision of abortion. The easiest and most fair way to develop her autonomy is to consider the relationship between a professional and a mother as an expert-expert relationship. Here both parties are considered experts in diagnostic information, treatment options, possibilities, and their history, family roots, philosophy and way of life, respectively.  (+info)

The place for individual conscience. (4/41)

From a liberationist, feminist, and Catholic point of view, this article attempts to understand the decision of abortion. People are constantly testing their principles and values against the question of abortion. Advances in technology, the rise of communitarianism and the rejection of individualism, and the commodification of children are factors in the way in which the abortion debate is being constructed in society. The paper offers solutions to end the ugliness of the abortion debate by suggesting that we would be able to progress further on the issue of abortion if we looked for the good in the opposing viewpoint. The article continues with a discussion of Catholics For a Free Choice's position on abortion, and notes firstly that there is no firm position within the Catholic Church on when the fetus becomes a person; secondly that the principle of probablism in Roman Catholicism holds that where the church cannot speak definitively on a matter of fact (in this case, on the personhood of the fetus), the consciences of individual Catholics must be primary and respected, and thirdly that the absolute prohibition on abortion by the church is not infallible. In conclusion, only the woman herself can make the abortion decision.  (+info)

Personal view.(5/41)


Artificial feeding for severely disoriented, elderly patients. (6/41)

The issue of artificial feeding for patients with dementia who refuse feeding by hand is a wrenching emotional problem that can cloud clinical judgement. It is helpful to apply an analytic approach to decision making. There are five steps: gathering a comprehensive clinical database; defining the goal of treatment; knowing the treatment options available, their burdens and potential benefits; understanding the law; and defining the moral framework in which care is being given. Such an approach can be used to formulate a plan of treatment in the best interests of incompetent elderly patients who cannot speak for themselves.  (+info)

The contribution of embarrassment to phobic dental anxiety: a qualitative research study. (7/41)

BACKGROUND: Embarrassment is emphasized, yet scantily described as a factor in extreme dental anxiety or phobia. Present study aimed to describe details of social aspects of anxiety in dental situations, especially focusing on embarrassment phenomena. METHODS: Subjects (Ss) were consecutive specialist clinic patients, 16 men, 14 women, 20-65 yr, who avoided treatment mean 12.7 yr due to anxiety. Electronic patient records and transcribed initial assessment and exit interviews were analyzed using QSR"N4" software to aid in exploring contexts related to social aspects of dental anxiety and embarrassment phenomena. Qualitative findings were co-validated with tests of association between embarrassment intensity ratings, years of treatment avoidance, and mouth-hiding behavioral ratings. RESULTS: Embarrassment was a complaint in all but three cases. Chief complaints in the sample: 30% had fear of pain; 47% cited powerlessness in relation to dental social situations, some specific to embarrassment and 23% named co-morbid psychosocial dysfunction due to effects of sexual abuse, general anxiety, gagging, fainting or panic attacks. Intense embarrassment was manifested in both clinical and non-clinical situations due to poor dental status or perceived neglect, often (n = 9) with fear of negative social evaluation as chief complaint. These nine cases were qualitatively different from other cases with chief complaints of social powerlessness associated with conditioned distrust of dentists and their negative behaviors. The majority of embarrassed Ss to some degree inhibited smiling/laughing by hiding with lips, hands or changed head position. Secrecy, taboo-thinking, and mouth-hiding were associated with intense embarrassment. Especially after many years of avoidance, embarrassment phenomena lead to feelings of self-punishment, poor self-image/esteem and in some cases personality changes in a vicious circle of anxiety and avoidance. Embarrassment intensity ratings were positively correlated with years of avoidance and degree of mouth-hiding behaviors. CONCLUSIONS: Embarrassment is a complex dental anxiety manifestation with qualitative differences by complaint characteristics and perceived intensity. Some cases exhibited manifestations similar to psychiatric criteria for social anxiety disorder as chief complaint, while most manifested embarrassment as a side effect.  (+info)

Aaron O. Wells, MD and the Medical Committee for Human Rights: reflections on a life of conscience. (8/41)

The southern civil rights movement compelled Dr. Aaron Wells and other doctors to find ways to use their skills in support of that movement. Through the Medical Committee for Human Rights (MCHR), healthcare workers provided a medical presence for civil rights protesters in the south during the 1960s. Formed at a time when racial segregation in professional medical associations, hospitals, and medical education was common, the MCHR also highlighted race-based inequities in American medicine. Dr. Wells, a man who lives a life of activism, was the first national president of the MCHR. During the summer of 2002, nearly 40 years after the founding of MCHR, Wells was interviewed about his experiences. Those reminiscences are the basis of this article.  (+info)

Conscience is not a medical term, but it is a concept that is often discussed in the context of ethics, psychology, and philosophy. In general, conscience refers to an individual's sense of right and wrong, which guides their behavior and decision-making. It is sometimes described as an inner voice or a moral compass that helps people distinguish between right and wrong actions.

While conscience is not a medical term, there are medical conditions that can affect a person's ability to distinguish between right and wrong or to make ethical decisions. For example, certain neurological conditions, such as frontotemporal dementia, can impair a person's moral judgment and decision-making abilities. Similarly, some mental health disorders, such as psychopathy, may be associated with reduced moral reasoning and empathy, which can affect a person's conscience.

It is worth noting that the concept of conscience is complex and multifaceted, and there is ongoing debate among philosophers, psychologists, and neuroscientists about its nature and origins. Some theories suggest that conscience is a product of socialization and cultural influences, while others propose that it has a more fundamental basis in human biology and evolution.

"Refusal to treat" is a medical-legal term that refers to the situation where a healthcare professional or institution declines to provide medical care or treatment to a patient. The refusal can be based on various reasons such as:

1. Lack of training or expertise to handle the patient's medical condition.
2. The belief that the treatment requested by the patient is medically inappropriate or unnecessary.
3. Personal or professional disagreements with the patient's choices or lifestyle.
4. Concerns about the safety of the healthcare provider or other patients.
5. Inability to pay for the treatment or lack of insurance coverage.

However, it is important to note that refusing to treat a patient is a serious decision that should only be made after careful consideration and consultation with other healthcare professionals. Healthcare providers have an ethical duty to provide emergency medical care to anyone in need, regardless of their ability to pay or any personal differences. In addition, they must comply with applicable laws and regulations regarding refusal to treat, which may vary depending on the jurisdiction.

Whistleblowing is not a medical term, but it can be relevant in the context of healthcare and medical ethics. Whistleblowing refers to the act of reporting or disclosing illegal, unethical, or otherwise questionable practices or activities within an organization, usually by a person who is insider to that organization. In the medical field, whistleblowing might involve reporting misconduct such as patient abuse, fraudulent billing, or violations of research ethics. Whistleblowers may face retaliation from their employers or colleagues, so many jurisdictions have laws and regulations in place to protect them.

"Dissent and disputes" in a medical context generally refer to disagreements or differences of opinion among healthcare professionals, researchers, or patients regarding medical diagnoses, treatments, policies, or ethical issues. These disputes can arise from various factors such as differing clinical experiences, conflicting scientific evidence, differing values and beliefs, or lack of clear guidelines. Dissent and disputes can be resolved through open communication, evidence-based decision making, consensus building, and, when necessary, mediation or arbitration. It is essential to address dissent and disputes in a respectful and constructive manner to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients and to advance medical knowledge and practice.

Ethics is a branch of philosophy that involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct. In the medical field, ethics refers to the principles that guide doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals in making decisions about patient care. These principles often include respect for autonomy (the right of patients to make their own decisions), non-maleficence (doing no harm), beneficence (acting in the best interests of the patient), and justice (fairness in the distribution of resources). Medical ethics may also involve considerations of confidentiality, informed consent, and end-of-life decision making.

The Hippocratic Oath is not a medical definition, but rather a historical and ethical code for physicians. It is an oath of ethics historically taken by physicians swearing to practice medicine honestly and honorably, and to follow specific professional standards. The oath is named after Hippocrates, who is often referred to as the "Father of Medicine." While the original oath has been modified over time, its fundamental principles remain relevant to medical ethics today, including the commitment to respect patient autonomy, maintain confidentiality, and prioritize the well-being of the patient above all else.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "freedom" is a philosophical or abstract concept and not a medical term. It refers to the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint. It does not have a specific medical definition. If you have any medical concerns or questions, I'd be happy to try to help answer those for you.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "Moral Development" is not a term that has a specific medical definition. It is a concept that primarily belongs to the fields of psychology and philosophy.

Moral development refers to the process by which individuals acquire, construct, and systematize moral knowledge and make moral judgments. This concept was popularized by psychologist Lawrence Kohlberg through his stages of moral development theory, which posits that individuals go through distinct stages in their understanding and interpretation of moral dilemmas. These stages range from a focus on avoiding punishment (pre-conventional morality) to considering the rights and welfare of others (post-conventional morality).

While medical professionals may take into account a patient's moral development when providing care or counseling, it is not a term that has a specific medical definition.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "Moral Obligations" is not a term that has a specific medical definition. The term "moral obligations" is more related to ethics and philosophy, referring to the duties or actions that are considered right or wrong based on a set of moral principles or values.

However, in a broader sense, healthcare professionals may use the term "moral obligations" to refer to their professional responsibility and commitment to providing compassionate, respectful, and high-quality care to all patients, regardless of their background, beliefs, or circumstances. This concept is closely related to medical ethics and professionalism, which provide guidelines for ethical decision-making in clinical practice.

A legal abortion is the deliberate termination of a pregnancy through medical or surgical means, carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations of a particular jurisdiction. In countries where abortion is legal, it is typically restricted to certain circumstances, such as:

* To protect the life or health of the pregnant person
* In cases of fetal anomalies that are incompatible with life outside the womb
* When the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest
* When the continuation of the pregnancy would pose a significant risk to the physical or mental health of the pregnant person

The specific circumstances under which abortion is legal, as well as the procedures and regulations that govern it, vary widely from one country to another. In some places, such as the United States, abortion is protected as a fundamental right under certain conditions; while in other countries, such as those with highly restrictive abortion laws, it may only be allowed in very limited circumstances or not at all.

The "duty to warn" is a legal and ethical obligation that healthcare professionals have to inform their patients or others who may be at risk of harm from the actions or behaviors of their patient. This duty arises from the principle of non-maleficence, which requires doctors to avoid causing harm to their patients.

In the context of medical practice, the duty to warn typically applies when a patient has a mental illness or condition that makes them a danger to themselves or others. For example, if a psychiatrist determines that their patient poses a serious threat of violence to a specific individual, they may have a legal and ethical obligation to warn that person or take other steps to protect them from harm.

The specifics of the duty to warn can vary depending on the jurisdiction and the circumstances involved. In some cases, healthcare professionals may be required to report certain types of threats or behaviors to law enforcement authorities. Ultimately, the goal of the duty to warn is to prevent harm and promote the safety and well-being of patients and others who may be at risk.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "Theology" is not a term that has a medical definition. Theology is the systematic study of the nature of the divine and religious belief. It involves examining and analyzing religious texts, traditions, and beliefs using critical and analytical methods. This field of study is typically associated with religious studies, philosophy, and humanities, not medicine.

Postcoital contraception, also known as emergency contraception, refers to methods used to prevent pregnancy after sexual intercourse has already occurred. These methods are typically used in situations where regular contraception has failed or was not used, such as in cases of condom breakage or forgotten birth control pills.

There are two main types of postcoital contraception:

1. Emergency contraceptive pill (ECP): Also known as the "morning-after pill," this is a hormonal medication that can be taken up to 5 days after unprotected sex, but it is most effective when taken within 72 hours. There are two types of ECPs available: progestin-only and combined estrogen-progestin. The progestin-only pill is preferred because it has fewer side effects and is just as effective as the combined pill.
2. Copper intrauterine device (IUD): This is a small, T-shaped device made of flexible plastic and copper that is inserted into the uterus by a healthcare provider. The IUD can be inserted up to 5 days after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. It is the most effective form of emergency contraception available, and it also provides ongoing protection against pregnancy for up to 10 years, depending on the type of IUD.

It's important to note that postcoital contraception should not be used as a regular method of contraception, but rather as a backup in case of emergencies. It is also not effective in preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Regular contraceptive methods, such as condoms and hormonal birth control, are the best ways to prevent unintended pregnancies and STIs.

Religion and medicine are two distinct fields that can intersect in various ways. While religion can be defined as a set of beliefs, practices, and rituals related to the divine or supernatural, medicine is concerned with the maintenance of health and the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure of disease, illness, and other physical and mental impairments in humans.

A medical definition of "Religion and Medicine" might refer to the study of the relationship between religious beliefs, practices, and experiences, and health outcomes, healthcare delivery, and medical decision-making. This can include exploring how religious beliefs and practices influence health behaviors, coping mechanisms, social support networks, and access to care, as well as how they shape attitudes towards medical interventions, end-of-life decisions, and bioethical issues.

Religion can also play a role in the provision of healthcare services, such as through faith-based organizations that operate hospitals, clinics, and other health facilities. Additionally, religious leaders and communities may provide spiritual care and support to patients and their families, complementing the medical care provided by healthcare professionals.

Overall, the intersection of religion and medicine is a complex and multifaceted area of study that requires an interdisciplinary approach, drawing on insights from fields such as anthropology, sociology, psychology, theology, and public health.

Medical ethics is a branch of ethics that deals with moral issues in medical care, research, and practice. It provides a framework for addressing questions related to patient autonomy, informed consent, confidentiality, distributive justice, beneficentia (doing good), and non-maleficence (not doing harm). Medical ethics also involves the application of ethical principles such as respect for persons, beneficence, non-maleficence, and justice to specific medical cases and situations. It is a crucial component of medical education and practice, helping healthcare professionals make informed decisions that promote patient well-being while respecting their rights and dignity.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "tape recording" is not a medical term. It refers to the process of recording sound or video onto magnetic tape using a device called a tape recorder. This technology was widely used in the past for audio and video recordings, but it has been largely replaced by digital recording methods in recent years. If you have any questions about medical terminology, I'd be happy to help!

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Leaders Integrity Requires Daily Doses of Conscience Examination. By Jill Berkowicz & Ann Myers - April 17, 2016 6 min read ... Leaders need a daily dose of conscience examination. Decisions small and large require truthfulness and integrity. Deciding ...
... conscience stand for the moral department and leaving consciousness for the universal field of objects about which we become ... V. CONSCIENCE IN ITS PRACTICAL WORKING The supremacy of conscience The supremacy of conscience is a great theme of discourse. " ... Conscience as a matter of education and perfectibility As in all other concerns of education, so in the training of conscience ... Neither for " obligation " nor for "conscience" had the Greeks a fixed term. Still the pleasures of a good conscience and the ...
collective conscience Quick reference A Dictionary of Sociology (4 ed.) Reference type: Subject Reference. Current Version: ... collective conscience Subject: Social sciences, Sociology. Defined by Émile Durkheim as the body of beliefs and sentiments ... conscience Defined by Émile Durkheim as the body of beliefs and sentiments common to the average of members of a society, its ... Freedom of conscience, human rights and democracy are quite integral to each other. In most of the Muslim majority countries ...
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... our allocated Prisoner of Conscience in Burma) has been released. For further information follow this link to the The ... We have received wonderful news on 19 November that U Myint Aye (our allocated Prisoner of Conscience in Burma) has been ... The group signed letters to the authorities at the October group meeting, calling for his release as a prisoner of conscience. ... We have received wonderful news on 19 November that U Myint Aye (our allocated Prisoner of Conscience in Burma) has been ...
ldquo;Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship”, produced by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, is a ... That is exactly why it is crucial for Christians to enter the voting booth with a well-formed conscience based on Gospel values ... In this document the bishops teach that as each person strives to form her/his conscience, it is essential “to embrace ... "Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship", produced by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, is a very good ...
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Faith-based Advisers Petition Obama on Conscience Protections Karin Hamilton, Religion News Service,. April 8, 2009 06:12 PM. ... "As the law does in other contexts, we should rely on the refusing party to decide where his or her conscience concerns begin ... "The decision to protect conscience concerns about deeply divisive healthcare procedures was made over a period of decades by ... The religious leaders letter said Title VII does not adequately address healthcare conscience issues. ...
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Revised policy still concerning says conscience activist Sean Murphy ... Sean Murphy, Administrator of the Protection of Conscience Project, who has strongly opposed the policy, says that while the ... Ontario Physicians College Backs Away from Controversial Conscience-Restriction Policy. Revised policy still concerning says ... for obeying their conscience. They would no longer be free to refuse to perform or refer for certain medical acts that are ...
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John McCains voice of conscience. FILE - In this Oct. 11, 2008, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain ...
Mark Pocan (D-Wis.), who also voted no, said that he could not in good conscience vote for more offensive weapons to be given ... BREAKING NEWS: Former Prisoners of Conscience Take Protest to Military Base in Colombia Nine U.S. human rights activists are ...
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It also includes conscience protections with respect to advance directives. Notably, the Office for Civil Rights is run by ... Video of his speech is below; his remarks about the conscience rule come at about the 31-minute mark.) ... The Department of Health and Human Services today announced its final conscience rule excusing health care personnel from ... and ensures that HHS implements the full set of tools appropriate for enforcing the conscience protections passed by Congress ...
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I dont want a world where the legal team or general counsel is the only conscience-bearer in the company said Kirupa Pushparaj ... GCs Want to Be the Corporate Conscience but Say They Need Lots of Help. "I dont want a world where the legal team or general ... A recent survey that found general counsel see themselves as the conscience of the company underscored the broad scope of ... General counsel and other in-house experts say serving as the conscience of the company is an overwhelming and ultimately ...
Calls for the establishment of a Platform of European Memory and Conscience, which would provide support for networking and ... having regard to the Prague Declaration on European Conscience and Communism of 3 June 2008, ...
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  • The OHRC is also one of the few organizations that threw its support behind the CPSO policy in its original form, even suggesting that the section on restricting the conscience rights of physicians should be "strengthened further", according to CPSO documents. (
  • A thinker as well as painter, he struggled with the demands of social conscience and artistic excellence, trying to define his allegiance as an artist. (
  • Maykel Castillo Pérez, also known as "Maykel Osorbo" is a Cuban musician and prisoner of conscience who has faced constant harassment and arbitrary detentions. (
  • We have received wonderful news on 19 November that U Myint Aye (our allocated Prisoner of Conscience in Burma) has been released. (
  • The group signed letters to the authorities at the October group meeting, calling for his release as a prisoner of conscience. (
  • Five members of President Obama's faith-based advisory council have joined the debate over his plan to rescind recent conscience protections for healthcare workers, but could not agree whether those rules should remain intact or be overturned. (
  • It also includes conscience protections with respect to advance directives. (
  • The term "conscience in branding" relates to the keynote speaker Nicholas Ind and his research on how organizations through their branding can, and should, be more responsible. (
  • Founded in 1940, CCW is a non-profit organization that advocates for the rights of conscience, opposes military conscription, and serves all conscientious objectors to war. (
  • Religious views of conscience usually see it as linked to a morality inherent in all humans, to a beneficent universe and/or to divinity. (
  • In the former, the collective conscience is extensive and strong, ranging far and wide into people's lives, controlling them in detail through various religious or other traditional sanctions. (
  • The religious leaders' letter said Title VII does not adequately address healthcare conscience issues. (
  • What are 'matters of conscience' in a non-religious country? (
  • Are the 25 per cent of people who hold no religious beliefs also unable to ask for a free vote on matters of conscience? (
  • The Department of Health and Human Services today announced its final 'conscience rule' excusing health care personnel from participating in procedures to which they have religious or moral objections. (
  • You may have heard that there's a new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division in the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights. (
  • I'm not going to argue that individuals shouldn't try to follow their personal values, but I don't think it's right when we create a Conscience and Religious Freedom Division that doesn't capture patient values, interests, and rights along with those of providers. (
  • Conscience is a cognitive process that elicits emotion and rational associations based on an individual's moral philosophy or value system. (
  • In common terms, conscience is often described as leading to feelings of remorse when a person commits an act that conflicts with their moral values. (
  • The extent to which conscience informs moral judgment before an action and whether such moral judgments are or should be based on reason has occasioned debate through much of modern history between theories of basics in ethic of human life in juxtaposition to the theories of romanticism and other reactionary movements after the end of the Middle Ages. (
  • In English we have done with a Latin word what neither the Latins nor the French have done: we have doubled the term, making "conscience" stand for the moral department and leaving "consciousness" for the universal field of objects about which we become aware. (
  • Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship ", produced by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, is a very good election guide to help Catholics, all other Christians, and people of good will to make the best moral choices. (
  • The decision to protect conscience concerns about deeply divisive healthcare procedures was made over a period of decades by the Congress, and nothing the Department did or does can rescind that decision," the letter said. (
  • A strengthened Title VII, with its `undue hardship' `reasonable accommodation' balancing approach is, in our view, an excellent means of addressing healthcare conscience issues beyond the scope" of the Bush-era regulations, the letter said. (
  • I'm not saying that healthcare professionals don't have some right of conscience. (
  • The Chinese concept of Ren, indicates that conscience, along with social etiquette and correct relationships, assist humans to follow The Way (Tao) a mode of life reflecting the implicit human capacity for goodness and harmony. (
  • In this document the bishops teach that as each person strives to form her/his conscience, it is essential "to embrace goodness and truth. (
  • Dictionary , Merriam-Webster, (
  • A recent survey that found general counsel see themselves as the conscience of the company underscored the broad scope of responsibilities legal chiefs now have but also the increasing complexity of their responsibilities. (
  • This research investigated with the aid of Piaget's clinical method, the influence of two professional areas on the conscience building process of the strategies used for the resolution of a problem with the Tower of Hanoi game. (
  • conscience Defined by Émile Durkheim as 'the body of beliefs and sentiments common to the average of members of a society', its form and content varies according to whether society is characterized by mechanical or organic solidarity. (
  • Commonly used metaphors for conscience include the "voice within", the "inner light", or even Socrates' reliance on what the Greeks called his "daimōnic sign", an averting (ἀποτρεπτικός apotreptikos) inner voice heard only when he was about to make a mistake. (
  • The Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius wrote in his Meditations that conscience was the human capacity to live by rational principles that were congruent with the true, tranquil and harmonious nature of our mind and thereby that of the Universe: "To move from one unselfish action to another with God in mind. (
  • There is a great deal of emphasis on freedom of conscience and human rights in the modern civil society. (
  • But is the career really more important than a clean conscience? (
  • Conscience is important. (
  • Conscience, as is detailed in sections below, is a concept in national and international law, is increasingly conceived of as applying to the world as a whole, has motivated numerous notable acts for the public good and been the subject of many prominent examples of literature, music and film. (
  • The Buddha also associated conscience with compassion for those who must endure cravings and suffering in the world until right conduct culminates in right mindfulness and right contemplation. (
  • I don't want a world where the legal team or general counsel is the only conscience-bearer in the company," said Kirupa Pushparaj, general counsel of Step. (
  • Many doctors have expressed a reasonable fear that if this policy is passed, they might be disciplined, and even lose their licenses, for obeying their conscience. (
  • Sean Murphy, Administrator of the Protection of Conscience Project, who has strongly opposed the policy, says that while the revised policy, while much better, is still concerning. (
  • What the Scottish Parliament eventually decides to do with the bill will reveal something about the conscience of the nation. (
  • That is exactly why it is crucial for Christians to enter the voting booth with a well-formed conscience based on Gospel values. (
  • Common secular or scientific views regard the capacity for conscience as probably genetically determined, with its subject probably learned or imprinted as part of a culture. (
  • Amnesty International believes that they are prisoners of conscience and is calling for the death sentences against them to be lifted and for them to be released immediately and unconditionally. (
  • Washington, D.C.) - Amnesty International has declared Russian businessmen Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Platon Lebedev prisoners of conscience after the two men's convictions on money laundering were today upheld by a Moscow court. (
  • The protest is to raise awareness of the prisoners of conscience detained by President Lukashenko since the rigged election in December. (
  • To one degree or another, every child of God wrestles with a scarred conscience every day of his life. (
  • Watch Sam as he wrestles with his conscience to determine what future lies in wait for him. (
  • Do Clinicians Need Additional Conscience Protections? (
  • Are current protections that allow these clinicians to practice their craft in a way that aligns with their own conscience sufficient? (
  • Social conservatives and religious liberty leaders have anticipated conscience and religious freedom protections to come out of HHS, and the work of the new division, which will fall under the purview of the Office of Civil Rights , will likely pave the way for health care workers to refuse specific types of care, like birth control or abortion, based on their religious or conscience objections. (
  • The move to create a new division at HHS for conscience and religious freedom follows President Donald Trump 's signing of an executive order in May 'Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty,' with the goal of enforcing protections for religious freedom and amending the Affordable Care Act 's regulations that require the coverage of contraception. (
  • At the heart of the creation of the new division at HHS is a push by religious liberty and faith-based groups to enforce federal anti-abortion conscience laws, like the 1990s Coats-Snowe amendment and the 1970s Church amendment, which give nondiscrimination protections to federally funded programs that do not provide abortion services , and the Weldon Amendment, started under President George W. Bush. (
  • Pastoral work is chiefly concerned that every person has a good and clean conscience so that it functions well, doing its proper work, detecting both sin and righteousness. (
  • On Instagram yesterday, he posted an image of a blue sky with the words, "Nothing better in the world than a clean conscience. (
  • Our task as spiritual physicians is to treat bad consciences, continually delivering the healing balm of the living word of God and his life-giving sacraments. (
  • The HHS Office for Civil Rights has issued a final rule that it said in a statement will allow "laws prohibiting government funded discrimination against conscience and religious freedom [to] be enforced like every other civil rights law. (
  • The Obama administration pulled back the regulations, instead leaving HHS's Office of Civil Rights to field complaints for violations of conscience and religious freedom laws. (
  • Current laws in New York and California, along with a recent decision in Washington state, force health care providers of conscience to choose between their jobs and their beliefs. (
  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in 2018 unveiled what it called the "conscience rule," but it never took effect due to litigation. (
  • The Act protects millions of Americans from violating their consciences by performing or referring for abortion procedures, or by paying for abortion in health care services. (
  • This act would reinforce the Weldon Amendment, the federal conscience amendment that prohibits HHS funds from being used for any federal, state, or local agency that discriminates against an individual or institutional heath care entity because they will not provide, pay for, or refer for abortions. (
  • The rule enabled the federal government to punish hospitals, clinics, universities and other healthcare providers that stopped healthcare workers from doing what their "conscience" dictated and refusing to carry out certain procedures. (
  • This week Congress must meet on the battlefield of our founding principles to protect the "castle of conscience" for millions of Americans across the country. (
  • The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and its recently created Conscience and Religious Freedom Division don't think so. (
  • The Trump administration announced on Thursday a new division within the Department of Health and Human Services devoted to 'conscience and religious freedom. (
  • National Party MPs might be allowed a conscience vote on a Labour Party bill that proposes lowering the drink-driving blood alcohol limit, Prime Minister John Key said today. (
  • I imagine it would be a conscience vote," he said. (
  • Conscience votes mean MPs can make up their own minds on the way they vote, and are not under instruction from their party. (
  • If a conscience vote was held on Mr Hughes' bill it would have a good chance of passing. (
  • Today, Congress will vote on the Conscience Protection Act (H.R. 4828). (
  • Vote with your conscience, your soul, your God and with the knowledge that the whole of South Africa is behind you. (
  • President Trump promised the American people that his administration would vigorously uphold the rights of conscience and religious freedom,' said Hargan. (
  • Habitual indulgence of sin as well as damaging injury from the sins of other people scars the conscience so that a person cannot rightly see himself as God sees him. (
  • Just keeping that short sin account, having a clear conscience before people. (
  • Through the Coalition's From Brown v. Board to Ferguson project, Sites of Conscience are acting as alternative safe spaces for many people of color, providing opportunities for them to voice their experiences and learn to become effective advocates for education equity. (
  • My Conscience Will Not Allow Me to Protect Myself by Sacrificing These Idealistic Young People. (
  • Trump's HHS said the rule fulfilled his "promise to promote and protect the fundamental and unalienable rights of conscience and religious liberty. (
  • MAP We believe publications to read a better Cultivating an Ecological Conscience: Essays from permission and to be you Investigations broken on your controls. (
  • The simple fact is that all pastoral work, be it for those outside or inside the community of faith, has to do with the conscience. (
  • That's why teaching God's law as the revelation of his good and gracious will is especially important for pastoral work today, but that's not what I mean when I speak of conscience. (
  • Much of life in this fallen work leads to a dysfunctional conscience. (
  • Amnesty International's highest award - the Ambassador of Conscience - is inspired by this work. (
  • My clear conscience list was a work in progress and honestly, it still is. (
  • The aim of our charge is love that issues from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith" (1 Tim 1:5). (
  • There you have it: A pure heart and a good conscience go together, all yours by virtue of your faith in Christ Jesus. (
  • Americans of conscience are facing a time that challenges faith and compels us to speak up for truth, no matter what station in life we inhabit. (
  • ISLAMABAD: Presi-dent Dr Arif Alvi on Friday, questioning the world's conscience over the bloodshed by Israel in Gaza and unabated human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir, said the world was committing the biggest mistake by not treating all humans equally. (
  • The Founding Fathers knew that a nation that respects conscience rights is more diverse and more free, and OCR's new division will help make that vision a reality. (
  • NPR, Talk of the Nation, March 2, 2009 Nancy Northup, President of the Center for Reproductive Rights, speaks out against the Bush administration's Provider Conscience Regulation on NPR's Talk of the Nation. (
  • Here he discusses the role of conscience in the Christian life and, therefore, in pastoral care. (
  • Now Congress is met on a great battlefield of that war this week, the struggle for all men to have the right to life, to liberty of conscience, and to pursue the ultimate happiness of knowing and serving their Creator. (
  • In this place there is silence and the immigration staff are more interested in the traveller's internal life - hence his conscience - than his luggage. (
  • Early in the movie Jiminy Cricket's assigned the important role of being Pinocchio's conscience. (
  • Pope Francis concluded by suggesting that we examine our consciences, focusing "on our discipleship" through some questions: "Do we proclaim Jesus Christ? (
  • Everything we do, whether it's evangelizing a soul lost and without hope or comforting a soul torn and distressed by the effects of sin, is geared toward delivering a good conscience before God. (
  • Concerned Women for America members and particularly those who serve as medical professionals strongly support the rights of conscience. (
  • In turning against humanity and freedom of conscience, we give the government the power to determine who is a valuable human being and who is not, who needs to bow to the tower of the secular gnostic babble and who is free to do as they please, when civil discourse and religion are allowed to flourish and when they are to be silenced. (
  • While speaking at the Becket Fund after receiving their Canterbury Medal , Armando Valladares, a Cuban freedom fighter, congratulated the Little Sisters of the Poor for living out the richness of their conscience "which no government bureaucrat can invade…They know what my body knows after 22 years of cruel torture: that if they sign the form, the government demands they will be violating their conscience and would commit spiritual suicide. (
  • Having a clear conscience is basically being able to say that there is no one alive that if I have hurt or wronged them that I have not gone back and made it right. (
  • From the Republic of Conscience was written at the specific request of the head of Amnesty International Ireland, Mary Lawlor, to mark International Human Rights Day in 1985. (
  • Do I want to retire from Parliament with my head held high, having done the right thing, in compliance with the law and my own conscience? (
  • When the conscience is under attack the devil drives a person toward despair, pounding home the conviction that he is unlovable and that God could not possibly love him. (
  • However, Mr Key said at his post-cabinet press conference today drink-driving issues were usually dealt with by conscience votes. (
  • The event will reach out to children worldwide by delivering books and educational material to places en route where local schools will be offered the opportunity to be twinned with schools in the country of origin of the participants. (