Essays on Professional Ethics

Euthanasia in Queensland
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Assisting or aiding another to commit suicide is classified as euthanasia. This topic is an extremely controversial issue, which has caused much legal, social and political debate between opposing stakeholders. Many professional medical practitioners and chief religious groups have been in great conflict with each other regarding this debatable issue. No state or territory in Australia has presently adopted laws permitting euthanasia. The Northern Territory's Rights of the Terminally Ill Act 1996, made euthanasia available to the terminally ill patients…...
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A responsibility of confidentiality
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When an attorney agrees to represent a client the attorney and the client create a responsibility of confidentiality. This is so that the client can feel free to speak about all the facts of the case with the lawyer without fear of repercussion. After the case Is over this responsibility of confidentiality does not end. Is as if we would say that after a patient walks out of the doctors office the doctor is now able to talk about the…...
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