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Your response should be a minimum of 150 words, Assertions should be supported with scholarly evidence from our classroom resources and additional research, including the appropriate use of in-text citations and a corresponding reference list.
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Title: Ethical Dimensions in the Health Professions
Edition: 6th (2015)
Author: Doherty, Regina and Purtilo, Ruth
Publisher: Elsevier Science Book
ISBN: 978-0323328920
Chapter 1: “Morality and Ethics: What They Are and Why They Matter” in the book Ethical Dimensions in the Health Professions (6th ed.)
Chapter 2: “The Ethical Goal of Professional Practice: A Caring Responser” in the book Ethical Dimensions in the Health Professions (6th ed.)
What is the difference among morality, ethics, and the law?
Provide an original example of each.
Describe an instance whereby a decision may be ethical, but not moral.
Why is it important for a healthcare leader to understand the differences among these?

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Jordan Paltani, them do not need a different referents use the same as them.
David Agbon-ifo
Morality, Ethics, and the Law, more profound than it appears, this is the core values that drives and transforms the healthcare industry, as we know it today. A healthcare leader is essentially responsible for the proper identification and operational factors impacting all these, hence the burden, if you will; will be really on the leader to decide and appreciate the differences, for they-Morality/ Ethics, can certainly be intertwined, and thus confused.
Whereby ethics governance are those rules and responsibilities expected of professionals in a certain career, and the morality is usually that innate sociology-psychological presence, it does, and can conflict with ethical considerations though, the professional involved should be able to identify these differences. They can be achieved by way of moral convictions and societal acceptance of certain behaviors for example. The case of a physician -assisted death is a true example of morality and ethics, and how they can both conflict with each other and the law. While some states have since approved a physician -assisted death, it remains a controversial issue to this day, because morality and ethics are at play here. Should the physician exercise his moral convictions or professional ethical guidelines of his profession as a savior of life?
This begs the question: where do we draw the line for morality and ethics?
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https://ethics.org.au/ethics-morality-law-whats-the-difference/

Jordan Paltani

Ethics
is the moral principles that govern a persons behavior or the conducting of an activity.
Morals
are concerned with the principles of right and wrong behavior and the goodness or badness of human character.
Law
is the system of rules that a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and may enforce by the imposition of penalties. An original example of morality is drinking underage or cheating on your spouse. An original example of ethics is obeying your companys rules and regulations in your workplace. An original example of the law is cheating on a tax return. an instance whereby a decision may be ethical, but not moral would be organ, eye, and tissue donation. Healthcare workers have a legal and
ethical
responsibility to protect the patients they care for. When these responsibilities are ignored, patients suffer.
Ethical & Legal Responsibilities of Healthcare Workers. (2018, August 22). Retrieved from https://study.com/academy/lesson/ethical-legal-responsibilities-of-healthcare-workers.html.
Perez, A., Dr. (2017). Ethics vs Morals vs Law. Retrieved June 11, 2020, from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/ethics-vs-morals-law-dr-arturo-perez

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