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Miss Evers' Boys

by: Kalli Wyatt

Miss Evers' Boys BUSM 390

Kalli Wyatt

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going over the ethical frame work found in the assigned movie
Ethics for Management
Aaron Miller
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kalli Wyatt on Thursday September 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to BUSM 390 at Brigham Young University taught by Aaron Miller in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.

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Date Created: 09/29/16
week 5 {9/29/2016} Washington D.C. meeting where they propose the no treatment plan “this is more than an opportunity to just keep our project alive” “think of what good you could do with a program like that” “this study is the only chance we have” What ethical framework dominated the decision making? Utilitarianism focused on the outcome the greater good focused on proving that blacks and whites are the same not on the patients Virtue Ethics "we are doctors!” —> doctors don’t act that way what were their goals? how syphilis is the same in all that black and white doctors are the same treatment Dr.Brodus lays down the law with Miss. Evers’ about the study How did Dr. Brodus go from opposition to authoritative support? rationalization— the patients will get vitamin and such that they have never been able to get before. Moral Ledger: believing that you have done enough good to offset or justify the bad behavior denialofinjury:arguingthatnoonewashurtbythisbehavior wouldn’t allow any discussion or argument Did his supporting argument differ from the one that persuaded him? he left out the prestige argument out when he was arguing with Miss. Evers’ he used a virtue ethics argument Once penicillin is available, they aren’t able to get it. Miss. Evers’ goes and confronts the doctors: how well are they achieving their goals? not at all, it’s been 10 years in and they aren’t any closer to meeting the goals treat the men X black nurses ando doctors X dispel misconceptions about black X epidemiology why did some goals lose their importance to them? treatment—> penicillin wouldn’t cure them of the symptoms they all ready had. delay—> Washington was still working on the resultsplode


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