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PPE WEEK 4 SNAPSHOT: TO TELL OR NOT TO TELL (LINKS TO Q3)?

PPE WEEK 4 SNAPSHOT: TO TELL OR NOT TO TELL (LINKS TO Q3)?

Here's the 2nd Snapshot for you to think about and respond to- remember there are 3 of these- one each week in weeks 3, 4 & 5. They will hopefully help get you thinking about your own values for the Q3 audio response.

I think the following article from the news last year will make an interesting Snapshot topic for this week. While it doesn't relate directly to health care practice it reveals principles and values we hold that do relate to the way we see the world, the way we deterimine what is ethical. In that way, it definitely relates to our professional decisions, as we take into our workplaces the values we hold.

I also think it will help you determine some of your values for your Q3 assessment response.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=12010957 

So, if you happened to be on Tinder and recognise a photo as being someone you know, someone you know is in a stable relationship, what would you do?

Ignore it, it's none of your business? Take action- contact their partner and tell them what you've found? Contact the person themselves and confront them? Something else?

Vote now and remember to add in your reasoning. If you feel confident, add constructive/positive comments to responses of others.

Remember there is no objective right or wrong answer!

And remember these Snapshots are ways to implement ethics into your everyday thinking!

Image source: https://pixabay.com/photos/online-dating-smartphone-570216/ 

It is proposed that you should tell the poster's partner what you have seen

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