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    The Hippocratic Oath

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    The Hippocratic Oath (Original Version) I SWEAR by Apollo the physician‚ AEsculapius‚ and Health‚ and All-heal‚ and all the gods and goddesses‚ that‚ according to my ability and judgement‚ I will keep this Oath and this stipulation. TO RECHON him who taught me this Art equally dear to me as my parents‚ to share my substance with him‚ and relieve his necessities if required; to look up his offspring in the same footing as my own brothers‚ and to teach them this art‚ if they shall wish to learn

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    ERAMIS‚ SADAMITSU MEDICAL ETHICS MEDICINE 2 HIPPOCRATIC OATH The Hippocratic Oath was made by the father of medicine‚ Hippocrates. For over centuries‚ this oath has always been practice by the physicians worldwide. This is to create such respectable standards into medicine and healing. This oath is key elements of a physician’s belief and ideals towards his patients‚ practice and medicine in general. All physicians must commit such oath before beginning on their path on medicine as healers

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    need for shared commitment to ideals of moral‚ ethical and humane practice. The Hippocratic Oath‚ created by a compilation of works largely based on Hippocrates‚ has always stood as guidelines for the conduct of physicians. The Classical oath has and continues to serve well in preserving the sanctity of the medical profession while developing a basis for the respectful treatment of patients. However‚ this out-dated oath is not equipped to handle the modern trials and tribulations faced by physicians

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    The Hippocratic Oath and Kevorkian More than 2000 years ago Hippocrates who was known as the founder of medicine established a code of behavior for medical students. It is still recited by students about to enter medical practice today. The Hippocratic Oath addresses three major points. The first of these states that no deadly medicine should be given to anyone by diagnosis or if asked. The emphasizes the belief that no sician is to aid in the death of another person. Another major point in the

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    on the website you edit titled‚ The Oath: Meaningless Relic or Invaluable Moral Guide?‚ I have also read both the original‚ and modern Hippocratic Oath multiple times. There are a few opinions and thoughts that I would like to share about the content of both these oaths. I have also considered any changes or improvements that could be made to the oath to make it more adequate in today’s society. To start off‚ after carefully reading the original Hippocratic Oath‚ I have to say I was surprised by

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    Hippocratic Oath

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    International Standard Hippocratic Oath Hippocratic Oath is a standard that applies to all those who dedicated themselves in helping others in a sense of a medical care professionally. The Oath applies to doctors all around the world in order to do their job ethically and help others no matter what color their skin is or how poor or rich they are among other attributes that could affect their judgment. When it comes to health care‚ they all need to be treated the same. Personal opinions need to

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    The hippocratic corpus were a collection of 70 books about medical stances ( attributed to hippocrates). Hippocrates mostly recommended diet and exercise to cure ailments. That is also a common “cure” for sickness today. Isn’t cool that they also had stuff that includes us that long ago? The hippocratic oath is a document of medical practice‚ ethics and morals. It was credited to hippocrates‚ although new

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    The Hippocratic Oath

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    The Hippocratic Oath is basically talking about Hippocratic’s promise when treat the patients as a physician. His words implies his loyal and steadfast to be responsible to each and every of his patients‚ however‚ some of his decisions differs from the modern ethics. Especially the words about refusal to offer others deadly medicine and never allow women to produce abortion (Hippocratic)‚ it quite different from what the modern ethics considers today. The action of physician-assisted suicide and

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    Hippocratic Oath Essay

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    Likewise‚ the Hippocratic Oath admonishes it practitioner’s to “not be ashamed to say ‘I know not‚’ nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed for a patient’s recovery” (Tyson‚ 2001). In both the Code and Oath‚ they are very clear in providing services within the competence of their profession and to seek help if it is not. Public or Confidential “Engineers shall issue public statements only in an objective and truthful manner” (National Society of Professional

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    Oath of Office

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    Oath of Office Barbara Schneider St. Leo University Abstract In today’s world there are many issues facing the criminal justice system. Some of these issues include police corruption‚ use of excessive and deadly force‚ and pursuits. The media influences the public’s view and there is concern over the morality and ethics of our public leaders. (DeShon‚ 2000) The criminal justice system has two neglected and important issues of integrity and truth; the oath of office

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