Summary of Ética Profesional y sus Principios

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The video discusses the principles of professional ethics, which include beneficence, nonmaleficence, justice, and autonomy. These principles guide the actions of professionals and dictate how they should interact with their clients.

  • 00:00:00 The ethics of professional behavior is the study of moral principles that guide the actions of professionals. These principles include beneficence, nonmaleficence, justice, and autonomy. One of the main Principles of Professional Behavior is beneficence, which dictates that professionals strive to benefit their clients in all possible ways. This principle is often violated by professionals in the pursuit of personal gain. The principle of nonmaleficence dictates that professionals must not inflict harm on their clients. This principle is most relevant in fields like medicine and research ethics, but it is also important in all professional fields. The principle of justice dictates that professionals must treat their clients equitably. This principle is often violated in the pursuit of personal gain. The principle of autonomy dictates that professionals are free to make their own decisions in the practice of their profession. This principle is often violated in the pursuit of personal gain by professionals who feel they are superior to their clients. The principles of beneficence, nonmaleficence, and justice are essential to the ethics of professional behavior. These principles should be upheld by professionals in order to maintain trust and credibility with their clients and users.
  • 00:05:00 The principles of professional ethics involve always being in operation the principle of autonomy, which refers to considering that the receiver of services is not a passive entity but a protagonist. From here, the obligation to ensure that all individuals involved in service provision are informed of their rights and given the opportunity to consent to decisions is derived. Special attention is given to those who cannot make decisions for themselves, and the principle of justice is based on the notion that every profession has a commitment to seek the common good, which is the expression of a dignified life where justice prevails and equality is respected. Two types of justice are distributive justice, which is giving everyone what they deserve based on their merit, and corrective justice, which is fulfilling what was agreed upon. Here, everyone is treated equally and, in case of a violation of the agreement, restitution or reparation will be required. If the professional acts in a way that harms one person more than another, the principle of justice would be violated. The principle of autonomy can be found in the moment the doctor determines that don Felipe needs a marcapasos, just as when he requires his authorization to proceed with a procedure. Finally, the principle of justice is present when the doctor treated don Felipe first

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