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Professional Ethics - Rethink your personal value system

Road to Professional Ethics

There are many jobs in the world that require strong will power, perseverance and courage to get involved. Thousands of police officers, doctors, firefighters and rescue workers save people every minute. 

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After graduating from university and having mastered one of the professions mentioned above, only think about the successful application of your knowledge in practice. 

One or two years later you became a renowned doctor, honorary citizen and devoted family man. But then something happens in your practice or professional life that messes up your life and makes you rethink your personal value system and moral code.

In the middle of the night you runs to the hospital wondering what you will see. When you enter the room, you will see one of your patients lying with their eyes closed. Hearing the words of your "hopeless" colleagues drowns you in guilt. 

This position forced you to make a choice: either turn off the device and keep the patient on their way to death, or do nothing to protect the reputation you have earned during your education. 

When you leave the room, you will return to your school days, when the subject of euthanasia was often discussed. Where is your position Of course, you found this director unacceptable and inhuman, which is what most people think. 

As a student, have you really thought about a problem? Obviously, it never crossed your mind to make such a choice. What do you choose now that you have a reputation as a professional?

- Euthanasia is defined as an act of merciful killing that relieves a person from suffering. The term now needs to be defined as medieval specialists relieved their patients not only of physical pain but also of mental distress. 

Currently, doctor's duties are restricted and some countries prohibit euthanasia unless a loved one makes an application that is subject to further investigation. There are many moral aspects to such a decision. 

After humanism was established as a philosophical movement, some people criminalized euthanasia. On the other hand, there are the words of Hippocrates, which make the needy attractive regardless of their position in society. 

If one is only expected to suffer on the short road to death, why does a doctor who understands the situation allow someone to be tortured? Isn't it worse than killing someone? 

These are difficult ethical issues, but professional ethics require action and a choice is yours. Only when you have thought everything through and made the right decision do you deserve to be called a professional and get more respect.



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