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Professionalism in Health Care 4th Edition Makely Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-0132840101

ISBN-10: 0132840103

 

 

 

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CHAPTER THREE

 

Objective #1: <OBJ NUM=”1″><P><INST></INST>Define <ITAL>character</ITAL> and personal <ITAL>values</ITAL> and explain how these affect your reputation as a professional.

Question #1

Define <ITAL>character</ITAL> and personal <ITAL>values</ITAL> and explain how these affect your reputation as a

professional.

Correct answer: Character is a person’s moral behavior and qualities. Personal values are

things of great worth and importance. Character and personal values give direction to

your behavior and ultimately result in your reputation.

 

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #2

Moral behavior and qualities define a person’s __________ and directly affect their performance and reputation as a health care professional.

  1. character
  2. income
  3. preferences
  4. personality
  5. all of the above
  6. none of the above

Correct answer: A

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #3

What is character?

  1. Someone’s moral behavior and qualities
  2. Someone’s reputation
  3. Someone’s ability to accurately judge other people
  4. All of the above
  5. None of the above

Correct answer: A

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #4

Personal _____ indicate things of great <GLOS><KT> </INST></KT><DEF><P>worth and importance</P></DEF><PG><INST> to a person</INST> and directly affect their priorities and reputation as a health care professional.

  1. ethics
  2. preferences
  3. values
  4. traits
  5. all of the above
  6. none of the above

Correct answer: C

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #5

What are personal values?

  1. Things that a person feels are of great worth and importance
  2. Finding a “good deal” to save someone money
  3. Things a company offers to attract new workers
  4. All of the above
  5. None of the above

Correct answer: A

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #6

Define reputation and list three factors that influence a person’s reputation.

Correct answer: Reputation is a person’s character, values, and behavior as viewed by others. Factors that influence a person’s reputation include honesty, knowing the difference between right and wrongRemember,und judgment, self-control, positive relationships with others, sharing, fairness, respect, ethics, loyalty, and a sense of priorities.

Rationale:   see page 58 in the text.

 

Question #7

What is a reputation?

  1. Someone’s respect for other people
  2. Someone’s personality traits
  3. Someone’s character, values, and behavior as viewed by other people
  4. All of the above
  5. None of the above

Correct answer: C

Rationale:   see page 58 in the text.

 

Question #8

True or False. Your reputation is based on how other people view your character, values, and behaviors.

Correct answer: True

Rationale:   see page 58 in the text.

 

Question #9

List five ways to maintain a good reputation.

Correct answer: To maintain a good reputation, demonstrate good character, personal values, morals, integrity, honestyRemember,und judgment, ethics, and loyalty. Set your priorities, keep your promises, meet your obligations, and be worthy of other people’s trust and respect. Perform your work in a competent, reliable, and professional manner.

Rationale:   see page 58 in the text.

 

Objective #2: <OBJ NUM=”2″><P><INST></INST>List four examples of lack of character in the workplace.</P></OBJ>

Question #1

List four examples of a lack of character in the workplace.

Correct answer: Examples of a lack of character include employee theft, sleeping or watching television on the job, engaging in sexual activities on the job, falsifying information, filing fraudulent claims, engaging in arguments and fights, unnecessary absenteeism, dishonesty, workplace violence, substance abuse, safety infractions, negligence, and low productivity.

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #2

Which of the following indicate a lack of character in the workplace?

  1. Employee theft
  2. Watching television on the job
  3. Falsifying records
  4. Failing to report unethical conduct of a coworker
  5. All of  the above
  6. None of the above

Correct answer: E

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #3

List four examples of positive values in the workplace.

Correct answer: morals, conscience, integrity, trustworthiness, honesty, judgment,

ethics, character, concern for safety, good attendance, concern for quality, compliance,

fairness, loyalty, work-centered priorities, good decision making, and respectfulness

 

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #4</P></OBJ>

 

Which of the following indicate positive values in the workplace?

  1. Interpersonal conflict
  2. Safety infractions
  3. Honesty
  4. Negligence
  5. Trustworthiness
  6. Absenteeism
  7. Integrity
  8. Substance abuse
  9. Loyalty

Correct answers: C, E, G, and I

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Objective #3: <OBJ NUM=”4″><P><INST></INST>Explain how your character traits and personal values affect your behavior and attitude. </P></OBJ>

Question #1

Explain how your character traits and personal values affect your behavior and attitude.

Correct answer: Before you can achieve success “doing” something, you have to “be” something. Your character traits and personal values reflect who you are as a person, and they give direction to your behavior and attitude.

Rationale:   see page 55 in the text.

 

Question #2

True or False. Behavior is based largely on a person’s character, personal values, and priorities.

Correct answer: True

Rationale:   see page 55 in the text.

 

Question #3

True or False. Your professional reputation depends greatly on who you are as a person.

Correct answer: True

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #4

True or False. How you conduct your life outside of your job has little or no impact on your reputation at work.

Correct answer: False

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Question #5

Define character and values and explain the impact they have on how people conduct

their lives.

Correct answer: Character is a person’s moral behavior and qualities. Character traits include honesty, morals, integrity, trustworthiness, ethics, and respect. Personal values are those things of great worth and importance. Character and values give direction to how people behave and make decisions.

Rationale:   see page 54 in the text.

 

Objective #4: <OBJ NUM=”5″><P><INST></INST>List three important questions to ask yourself when making difficult ethical

decisions.</P></OBJ>

Question #1

List three important questions to ask yourself when making difficult ethical decisions.

Correct answer: What are my choices? How do the options compare with one another? What might happen? Who might be affected? How would it make me feel? How would my decision be viewed by other people? What would my supervisor think? How would my coworkers feel? Could I lose my job? How would this look if it appeared in the newspapers? How would my children feel? Would my family support me? Could I look myself in the mirror? Would I be able to sleep at night?

Rationale:   see page 64 in the text.

 

Question #2</P></OBJ>

Which of the following are important questions to ask yourself when making difficult ethical

decisions?

  1. Who might be affected?
  2. How would other people view my decision?
  3. Could I lose my job?
  4. How would it make me feel?
  5. What would my supervisor think?
  6. All of the above
  7. None of the above

Correct answer: F

Rationale:   see page 64 in the text.

 

Objective #5: <OBJ NUM=”6″><P><INST></INST><OBJ NUM=”7″><P><INST></INST>Give three examples of dishonest behaviors and describe the impact of

dishonesty in the workplace.</P></OBJ>

Question #1

Give three examples of dishonest behaviors and describe the impact of dishonesty in

the workplace.

Correct answer: stealing, falsifying your time card, signing someone else’s name, accessing private information without authorization, sleeping on the job, taking unauthorized breaks, accepting pay for time not worked, lying, cheating, and fraud. Dishonesty can result in major problems for both you and your employer. Your reputation could be negatively affected, and you could be disciplined, fired, and prosecuted. Your employer’s reputation could also be negatively affected, and the organization could be put in legal jeopardy.

Rationale:   see page 60 in the text.

 

Question #2

Cheating and stealing are examples of __________ behavior.

  1. dishonest
  2. discretionary
  3. fraudulent
  4. insubordinate
  5. all of the above
  6. none of the above

Correct answer: A

Rationale:   see page 60 in the text.

 

Question #3

Which of the following could result from dishonest behavior?

  1. Promotion
  2. Prosecution
  3. Prioritization
  4. All of the above
  5. None of the above

Correct answer: B

Rationale:   see page 60 in the text.

 

Question #4

Which of the following are examples of dishonest behavior?

  1. Accepting pay for time not worked
  2. Personal use of supplies from work
  3. Clocking out for another employee
  4. Accessing private information with authorization
  5. All of the above
  6. None of the above

Correct answers: A, B, and C

Rationale:   see page 60 in the text.

 

Objective #6: <OBJ NUM=”8″><P><INST>Define </INST>ethics and morals and discuss how they impact judgment and

behavior.

Question #1

Define ethics and morals and discuss how they impact judgment and behavior.

Correct answer: Ethics are standards of conduct and moral judgment. Morals are the capability of differentiating between right and wrong. Ethics and morals help guide your judgment, the decisions that you make, and the actions that you take.

Rationale:   see pages 55, 58, and 64  in the text.

 

Question #2

What are morals?

  1. Respect for other people
  2. Trustworthiness
  3. The capability of differentiating between right and wrong
  4. The ability to accurately judge other people
  5. All of the above
  6. None of the above

Correct answer: C

Rationale:   see page 55 in the text.

 

Question #3

What are ethics?

  1. Legal behaviors
  2. Compliance
  3. Federal regulations
  4. Standards of conduct and moral judgment
  5. All of the above
  6. None of the above

Correct answer: D

Rationale:   see page 58 in the text.

 

Question #4

True or False. Ethics and morals help guide the decisions that you make and the actions that you take.

Correct answer: True

Rationale:   see page 64 in the text.

 

Question #5

True or False. Immoral people display ethical judgment.

Correct answer: False

 

Rationale:   see page 64 in the text.

 

Question #6</P></OBJ></P></OBJSET></FM>

Match each of the following terms with the appropriate definition:

  1. ethics
  2. morals
  3. integrity
  4. trustworthiness
  5. character
  6. priorities
  7. conscience

 

  1. moral judgment that opposes unethical principles
  2. having precedence in time, order, and importance
  3. standards of conduct and moral judgment
  4. the ability to differentiate between right and wrong
  5. personality traits
  6. of sound moral principle
  7. the ability to have confidence in another person
  8. a person’s moral behavior and qualities

Correct answers: A-3, B-4, C-6, D-7, E-8, F-2, G-1

Rationale:   see pages 55, 58, and 59 in the text.

 

Objective #7: Define fraud and give three examples. </P></OBJ></P></OBJSET></FM>

 

Question #1</P></OBJ></P></OBJSET></FM>

Define fraud and give three examples.

Correct answer: Fraud is intentional deceit through false information or misrepresentation. Examples include misrepresenting your education, credentials, or work experience on a job application, résumé, or other document; billing an insurance company for a patient procedure that never occurred; backdating a legal document; entering incorrect data on equipment maintenance records; and changing the results of a research study.

Rationale:   see page 62 in the text.

 

Question #2

What is fraud?

  1. Standards of conduct and morals
  2. Intentionally falsifying information
  3. Stealing from patients
  4. Illegal behavior
  5. All of the above
  6. None of the above

Correct answers: B and D

Rationale:   see page 62 in the text.

 

Question #3

True or False. Fraud is dishonest and unethical but not illegal.

Correct answer: False

 

Rationale:   see page 62 in the text.

 

Objective #8: List three examples of complex ethical, moral, and legal dilemmas in health

care.

 

Question #1

List three examples of complex ethical, moral, and legal dilemmas in health care.

Correct answer: Abortion, genetic testing, embryonic stem cell research, rationing, cloning, medical marijuana, end-of-life care, euthanasia, organ transplants, and refusing treatment are just a few examples.

Rationale:   see page 65 in the text.

 

Question #2

Which of the following are examples of complex ethical, moral, and legal dilemmas in health care?

  1. Abortion
  2. Genetic testing
  3. Embryonic stem cell research
  4. All of the above
  5. None of the above

Correct answer: D

Rationale:   see page 65 in the text.

Question #3

Which of the following are examples of complex ethical, moral, and legal dilemmas in health care?

  1. Rationing
  2. Cloning
  3. Medical marijuana
  4. Euthanasia
  5. All of the above
  6. None of the above

Correct answer: E

Rationale:   see page 65 in the text.

 

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS

Question #1

What are priorities?

  1. Having precedence in time, order, and importance
  2. Things that happened in the past
  3. Standards of professional conduct
  4. All of the above
  5. None of the above

Correct answer: A

Rationale:   see page 58 in the text.

 

Question #2</P></OBJ>

True or False. Professionals rank personal priorities ahead of patients’ needs.

Correct answer: False

Rationale:   see page 58 in the text.

Question #3

Which of the following are examples of fraud?

  1. Stealing money from the petty cash box
  2. Taking unauthorized breaks
  3. Submitting a time card for days you did not work
  4. Billing for a procedure that was never performed
  5. Backdating a legal document
  6. Up-coding an insurance claim form
  7. Submitting inaccurate research data
  8. Lying about a college degree on a job application
  9. Failing to maintain a current driver’s license

Correct answers: C, D, E, F, G, and H

Rationale:   see page 62 in the text.

 

Question #4

Define judgment and explain how good judgment helps support decision making.

Correct answer: Judgment is a comparison of options to decide which is best. Judgment helps us make the best decisions about what to do, why to do it, how to do it, when to do it, where to do it, with whom to do it, and so on.

Rationale:   see page 58 in the text.

 

Question #5

What is conscience and what role does it play in making decisions?

Correct answer: Conscience is moral judgment that prohibits or opposes the violation of a previously recognized ethical principle. It’s the little voice that gnaws away at you, keeps you from sleeping at night, and constantly says, “You know this isn’t the right thing to do!” Your conscience reminds you of the difference between right and wrong and helps you make ethical decisions.

Rationale:   see page 59 in the text.

 

Question #6

Explain why it’s difficult to build trust but easy to lose it.

Correct answer: In today’s society, we’ve become increasingly suspicious of other people. “Don’t trust anyone!” is common advice. It takes a long time for people to learn to trust you and only one quick incident to lose someone’s trust.

Rationale:   see page 60 in the text.

 

Question #7

Explain why a “little white lie” doesn’t remain “little” for long.

Correct answer: Little white lies usually snowball into big, complicated lies that can become difficult to manage. Lies are eventually uncovered, and before long, people will wonder if they can believe anything you say.

Rationale:   see page 61 in the text.

 

Question #8

What is judgment?

  1. A comparison of options to decide which is best
  2. An ethical dilemma
  3. Having confidence in the honesty of other people
  4. All of the above
  5. None of the above

Correct answer: A

Rationale:   see page 58 in the text.

 

Question #9

What is integrity?

  1. Behavior that reflects sound moral principle
  2. The capability of differentiating between right and wrong
  3. Intentional deceit through false information or misrepresentation
  4. All of the above
  5. None of the above

Correct answer: A

Rationale:   see page 55 in the text.

Question #10

List two examples of employee theft that, at first glance, might not appear to be theft.

Correct answer: accepting pay for hours you did not work, sleeping at work on paid time, watching television at work, taking unauthorized breaks, leaving your work area without permission during paid time, using company phones to make personal long-distance calls, using your company’s visitor garage passes for yourself, taking food off of dietary carts meant for other people, and taking office supplies or patient medical supplies for use at home

Rationale:   see page 61 in the text.

 

Question #11

Match each of the following character traits with its opposite trait:

  1. caring
  2. conscientious
  3. honest
  4. diligent
  5. sincere
  6. self-disciplined

 

  1. neglectful
  2. indulgent
  3. deceitful
  4. callous
  5. careless
  6. hypocritical
  7. immoral

Correct answers: A-4, B-5, C-3, D-1, E-6, F-2

Rationale:   see page 56 in the text.

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