Part 1

Part 1


1. Ethical Question

2. Introduction

3. Position Statement

4. Reasons in Support of Your Position

5. Opposing Position Statement

6. Reasons in Support of the Opposing Position





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Honesty in Medicine

Part 1: Ethical Question

Do doctors have the moral obligation to tell the truth to patients even in instances where the truth can be devastating?

Part 2: Introduction

            Truth-telling is an important aspect of human interaction as it fosters effective communication. The need, to tell the truth, is emphasized in churches, at home, learning institutions, at work and the doctor-patient relationship (Drane & Reich, 2009). Considerably, physicians are required to sign the “Hippocratic Oath,” a consent that mandates them to uphold the profession’s code of ethics including truth-telling to establish an effective relationship with their patients.

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