By Barry Cassidy Ph.D PA-C
The "first of its kind"-a case-based ethics textual content designed particularly for PAs!
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The most prevalent form of a consequentialist theory is utilitarianism, the theory that instructs us to act so as to cause the greatest net amount of pleasure for the greatest number of people. Thus, when we are faced with making an ethical decision, utilitarians claim there is a very straightforward approach that, if followed correctly, will tell us what to do. First, we must examine the consequences, both short-term and long-term, that will likely result from the decisions that might conceivably be made.
Ethics And Professionalism: A Guide for the Physician Assistant by Barry Cassidy Ph.D PA-C