Category Archives: Ethics

Florida Surgeon General – Make Emergency Changes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                 Contact: DOH Communications, September 20, 2012                                                               (850) 245- 4111   Statement from State Surgeon General and Secretary of Health Dr. John Armstrong on Suspending Licenses “Yesterday, I signed emergency suspension orders (ESOs) suspending the licenses of 81 … Continue reading

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Florida CEUs Needed to renew your license

With all the new rules in effect about having to get 12 hands on hours and 12 general CEUs for the 2 year renewal period their has been confusion even for those that are providing the CEUs. For those people … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with healthcare…

What’s wrong with …. What is wrong with America’s health care system? That is a loaded question; it is sometimes easier to tell you what is working correctly with our health care system than to tell you what is wrong. … Continue reading

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Physician Assisted Suicide

Physician-assisted suicide ethically by most in the United States is a very touchy topic and both sides have very heated opinions on this issue. Ethically you are terminating a human life which is medically against the law for a physician … Continue reading

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prognosis

Prognosis – is a medical term denoting the doctor’s prediction of how a patient’s disease will progress, and whether there is a chance of recovery. This word is often used in medical reports dictating a doctor’s view on a case.

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