The presentation gives an idea of the basic norms, principles and types of professional ethics, provides examples.
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Professional ethics Volkova Larisa Aleksandrovna, teacher of technology of the MOU “Secondary school No. 21” of the city of Magnitogorsk
Professional ethics are a set of rules of behavior of a certain social group, ensuring the moral character of relationships, conditioned or associated with professional activities.
The basic norms and principles of professional ethics should be performed professionally, strictly in accordance with the assigned powers; you should not be guided by your personal likes and dislikes; you should always observe objectivity; when working with personal data of customers or other persons, companies should always observe the strictest confidentiality; in their work one should not allow out-of-office relations with clients or colleagues, managers or subordinates; the principle of collegiality should be observed and not discuss their colleagues or subordinates in the presence of clients, partners or other persons; it is impossible to prevent the disruption of an already accepted order through the rejection of it in favor of another (more advantageous) order no discrimination of customers, partners, colleagues or subordinates on the basis of gender, race, age or any other grounds.
The main types of professional ethics Medical ethics – focused on human health, its preservation and improvement. Pedagogical ethics – considers the teacher as a carrier of deep and comprehensive knowledge, demanding and generous person. The ethics of a scientist implies social responsibility, civic courage, and good faith. Creative ethics – expects people from creative professions – actors, artists, writers – to preach the highest values. Engineering ethics – involves responsibility for inventions – their safety, respect for copyright, non-disclosure of secret information. Judicial ethics – is based on the principles of humanism, loyalty to the spirit and letter of the law. Business ethics or entrepreneurial ethics – requires from the businessman an awareness of the usefulness of work, respect for the laws, state power, social order, property, another person.
Journalist A journalist distributes and comments only on information that he is certain of and is well known to, and he makes every effort to avoid harming anyone by its incompleteness or inaccuracy, by deliberately hiding socially important information or by spreading information. false information. In carrying out his professional duties, a journalist does not resort to illegal and unworthy means of obtaining information. Making sure that he published a false or distorted material, the journalist is obliged to correct his mistake, using the same printing and / or audiovisual tools that were used when publishing the material. If necessary, he must apologize through his press organ. The journalist respects the honor and dignity of people who become the objects of his professional attention.
Lawyer A lawyer must respect the client. When providing services, a lawyer must first of all be guided by the interests of the client, however, without jeopardizing his other professional duties in relation to the applicable law, justice or proper provision of services. The lawyer should make all reasonable efforts to resolve the client’s dispute through out-of-court regulation, while not allowing the limitation of periods of time to expire and not depriving the client of the possibility of going to court. A lawyer should not provoke the commencement of legal proceedings if there is an opportunity to resolve the dispute in other ways and if this is in the interests of the client.
Physician A physician is obliged to conscientiously perform the full range of therapeutic and diagnostic activities, regardless of the patient’s gender, age, racial and nationality, his social status and material status, religion, political views of sick people who have different reputations in society. The doctor is obliged to provide quality, effective and safe medical care. It must take into account the advantages, disadvantages and consequences of various diagnostic and therapeutic methods. In the absence of the necessary facilities and resources at the medical institution, the doctor is obliged to refer the patient to the appropriate medical institution. The doctor is obliged to protect the honor and noble traditions of the medical community. Doctors should treat each other with respect and kindly, be ready to selflessly pass on their experience and knowledge. A physician of any specialty who is close to a patient outside a medical institution or a victim in serious condition should assist him or be sure that he is receiving it.