To the President of International Non-Profit
Ethics Organization
Dengova Svetlana Nikolaevna

  

APPLICATION

I am desirous of becoming a Member of Department of professional ethics in culture International Non-Profit Ethics Organization.

  1. Full name
  2. Postal address
  3. Phone
  4. E-Mail
  5. I have read and accept Regulations on INPEO membership fees
  6. I have read and accept Charter of INPEO

Annex to application No. 1.

  

QUESTIONNAIRE

  1. Do you agree that the doctor should by all legal means contribute to the protection of public health, including through educational activities on medicine, hygiene, ecology and the culture of communication?
    AgreeDisagree
  2. The doctor cannot be present at the death penalty and torture, and, moreover, to participate in them.
    AgreeDisagree
  3. The doctor can neither authorize nor disregard any form of manifestation of cruelty or humiliation of human dignity.
    AgreeDisagree
  4. The doctor seeks to deepen his knowledge, bearing in mind that the quality of medical care cannot be higher than the education received.
    AgreeDisagree
  5. Do you agree that it is professional competence, along with a humanistic moral position, which involves high demands on oneself, the ability to acknowledge and correct one's own mistakes, that gives a doctor the right to make medical decisions independently?
    AgreeDisagree
  6. It is unacceptable to cause harm to the patient, causing him physical, moral or material damage, either intentionally or through negligence. The doctor is not entitled to be indifferent to the actions of third parties causing such damage.
    AgreeDisagree
  7. It is not permissible for a doctor to use his knowledge and capabilities for inhumane purposes.
    AgreeDisagree
  8. The doctor is not entitled to use methods of medical influence on the patient with the aim of punishing him, as well as in the interests of third parties.
    AgreeDisagree
  9. The doctor has no right to impose his philosophical, religious and political views on the patient. Personal prejudices of the doctor and other unprofessional motives should not affect the diagnosis and treatment.
    AgreeDisagree
  10. Only colleagues accredited by a medical association can evaluate the quality of medical care provided by a doctor.
    AgreeDisagree
  11. The doctor may refuse to work with the patient, turning him over to another specialist, if he is not able to establish therapeutic cooperation with the patient.
    AgreeDisagree
  12. A rude and inhumane attitude towards the patient, humiliation of his human dignity, as well as any manifestations of superiority or expression of preference or hostility on the part of the doctor to any of the patients are not permissible.
    AgreeDisagree
  13. In the event of a conflict of interests, the patient - society, patient - family, etc., the doctor must give preference to the interests of the patient, unless their implementation does not directly harm the patient or others.
    AgreeDisagree
  14. The patient has the right to expect that the doctor will keep secret all medical and personal information entrusted to him.
    AgreeDisagree
  15. The death of the patient does not relieve the doctor of the obligation to keep medical secrets.
    AgreeDisagree
  16. Euthanasia as an act of intentionally killing a patient at his request or at the request of his relatives is unacceptable, including in the form of passive euthanasia.
    AgreeDisagree
  17. A doctor has no right to interfere with a patient who has decided to entrust his further treatment to another doctor.
    AgreeDisagree
  18. In relations with colleagues, the doctor is honest, fair, benevolent, decent, respecting their knowledge and experience, and also ready to unselfishly transfer their experience and knowledge to them.
    AgreeDisagree
  19. Additional information