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Beginner
Dr. Cheung recommends homeopathic medicines to his patients. There is no scientific evidence or widely accepted theory to suggest that homeopathic medicines work, and Dr. Cheung doesn't believe them to. He recommends homeopathic medicine to people with mild and non-specific symptoms such as fatigue, headaches and muscle aches, because he believes that it will do no harm, but will give them reassurance. Consider the ethical problems that Dr. Cheung's behaviour might pose. Discuss these issues with the interviewer.
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I believe Dr. Cheung's behavior is ethically questionable because, while he may believe that homeopathic medicines will do no harm, there is still no scientific evidence that suggests they will provide any benefit. Further, by encouraging the use of homeopathic medicines, Dr. Cheung may be providing false reassurance to his patients and leading them to forgo more effective treatments for their ailments. Additionally, this practice could be seen as deceptive and misleading, as Dr. Cheung is straying from accepted scientific norms.

Dr. Cheung should consider the ethical implications of his actions and be honest and transparent with his patients. He must openly discuss the lack of evidence for homeopathic treatments and explain their potential harm. Doing so will maintain the trust and respect of his patients, while still providing them with compassion. Furthermore, Dr. Cheung should focus on conventional medical treatments, recommending homeopathic medicines only when they are a patient's last resort option.

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Intermediate
The City of Vancouver has taken great measures to increase accessibility to alternative forms of transportation (Canada Line, Hornby and Dunsmuir Bike Lanes, Proposed Evergreen Line, and Burrard Street Bridge closures). Discuss the impacts (both positive and negative) of these decisions?
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I believe the efforts the City of Vancouver has taken to increase accessibility to alternative forms of transportation have both positive and negative impacts.

On the positive side, the increased use of public transportation, particularly the Canada Line, has helped reduce pollution in the city and has made it easier for residents to get around. This translates into a decrease in traffic congestion as well as improved air quality. This can also result in improved public health, as well as greater access to employment opportunities that may not have been accessible to individuals due to time constraints related to transportation. Additionally, the improvements to the city’s infrastructure have given a boost to its economy and have helped create jobs.

On the negative side, increased use of public transportation can cause overcrowding on buses, subways, and other services, resulting in longer wait times. This can be particularly challenging for individuals with physical or age-related limitations which can impede their ability to access alternative forms of transportation. Additionally, investments made in this area can be significant and can possibly strain city coffers. Finally, increased use of public transportation can also lead to misunderstandings and cultural clashes between different segments of citizens who may be traveling on the same transportation service.

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Intermediate
Do you think general practitioners have an obligation to report their patients' health status to a public health agency, if their patients have active infectious diseases?
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Yes, I believe that general practitioners definitely have an obligation to report their patients' health status to a public health agency when their patients have active infectious diseases. This is important because it can help protect and reduce the spread of infectious diseases, thereby protecting the overall public health of a community. Furthermore, reporting these health statuses can help to ensure that the most efficient public health interventions are implemented and can result in better outcomes for patients with active infectious diseases.

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Intermediate
Do you think medicine should be more about changing behaviour to prevent disease or treating existing disease?
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I think medicine should strive to be inclusive of both preventative and curative care. By imparting preventative measures and encouraging healthy lifestyle choices, we can significantly reduce the burden of chronic diseases that so greatly burden our population and healthcare system. We also must have effective treatments for existing conditions as cures for many medical conditions remain elusive in spite of our best efforts. Ultimately, I believe that a balance of both preventative and curative medicine is essential and that we should work together to ensure equitable care for all.

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Beginner
You witness two girls hitting a homeless woman and taking items that belong to her. The victim has only a bleeding nose. You approach her after the incident and she tells you she is fine, this has happened before by the same girls and it is no big deal. How do you deal with it?
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In this situation, I would take the victim to a safe place and offer her medical attention. Even though she says she is fine and this has happened before, I would explain to her that it is an important for her to seek medical attention in case there are any internal injuries that are not immediately visible.

I would also inform her that this assault is not a "no big deal" and it should not be tolerated. I would encourage her to report the incident to the police, and offer her emotional support and resources if she chose to do so. Furthermore, I would assure her that I will take any action necessary to protect her while ensuring her safety.

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You discover that your boyfriend has a substance abuse problem. His conduct has never been influenced by this since you have been together. How do you handle this?
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If I discover that my boyfriend has a substance abuse problem, I would first want to approach him and talk about his problem in a calm and understanding manner. Expressing my love and support for him as we discuss the issue is key. I understand how difficult it can be to open up, so I don't want to create an environment of judgement in the conversation.

In the discussion, I would have to express my concern and make sure that he realizes that this is a serious matter. I would then encourage him to seek professional help, such as a specialist or a support group. It is important that he get the right diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up support.

At the same time, I will try to be flexible in adjusting as needed and focus on our relationship, if that is what he wants. There may be times of frustration, but staying engaged and continuing to care is important. I believe that with the right support, he can get back on his feet.

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Intermediate
Many fire-related tragedies in Canada have been the result of children playing with fire. Discuss the roles and responsibilities of parents, lighter companies and society with respect to this issue.
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Parents have the primary responsibility to prevent children from playing with fire. Parents should ensure that any fires are supervised, that their home is equipped with smoke detectors and fire extinguishers, and that their child has a basic understanding of fire safety. Lighter companies should ensure that lighters are childproof, or at least not easily accessible to children. They should also ensure proper warnings and safety information on the packaging of their products. Lastly, society as a whole should engage in efforts to educate parents and communities about the risks of fires, to ensure that everyone is aware of the concerns and knows how to best protect themselves and their children.

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Your best friend and partner are undergoing in vitro fertilization to have a baby. The technique allows for the selection of certain characteristics for the child by identifying them in the embryo before implantation. Your friend asks for advice on the characteristics they should select. How would you respond to your friend?
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I would tell my friend that they should make the best decision for them and their partner based on their personal values. I would make sure they understand the legal and scientific implications of their decision and be sure they have been fully informed by a health care provider of the potential short and long term implications of their decisions. Ultimately, I would encourage my friend to trust their instincts and make the decision that feels right for them.

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A woman enters the emergency room with stomach pain. She undergoes a CT scan and is diagnosed with an abdominal aortic aneurysm. The physicians inform her that the only way to fix the problem is surgically, and that the chances of survival are about 50/50. They also inform her that time is of the essence, and that should the aneurysm burst, she would be dead in a few short minutes. The woman is an exotic dancer; she worries that the surgery will leave a scar that will negatively affect her work; therefore, she refuses any surgical treatment. Even after much pressuring from the physicians, she adamantly refuses surgery. Feeling that the woman is not in her correct state of mind and knowing that time is of the essence, the surgeons decide to perform the procedure without consent. They anaesthetize her and surgically repair the aneurysm. She survives, and sues the hospital for millions of dollars. Do you believe that the physician's actions can be justified in any way? Is it ever right to take away someone's autonomy?
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I believe the physicians' actions can be justified in certain respects, and I understand their decision-making process. Knowing that time was of the essence and that the woman's life was in serious danger, the physicians had to make a decision as quickly as possible with limited information. Given the facts of this scenario, I believe it was within the physician's rights to bypass the woman's autonomy in order to save her life. Of course, I understand that this would never be an ideal situation, given the potential legal ramifications that may follow the surgery, and it is always our goal as physicians to respect a patient's autonomy. However, in this instance, when faced with two difficult choices, the physicians chose to prioritize the woman's life over her autonomy. In a situation like this, I believe that the physicians have the responsibility to act in the best interest of the patient, even if it means bypassing her autonomy.

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Intermediate
Your mother calls you and asks you to help with a major family decision. Your maternal grandfather is 70 years old and has been diagnosed with a condition that will kill him some time in the next five years. He can have a procedure that will correct the disease and not leave him with any long-term problems, but the procedure has a 10% mortality rate. He wants to have the procedure, but your mother does not want him to. How would you help mediate this issue?
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If I was mediating this issue, I think the first step would be to assess both perspectives. I would listen to my mother's concerns and make sure that I understand why she feels the way she does and also why my grandfather is coming to the conclusion that he wants to have the procedure. It's important to take both perspectives into consideration, even if we disagree. Once I understand each party and their needs, I would then focus on trying to reach an agreement that everyone can live with. This could range from further exploring other options that the grandfather may not have thought of, to understanding what the family's collective values are, and then making a decision based on them. Ultimately, I think it has to be a decision my grandfather is comfortable with, and I would try to support the whole family in making an informed decision.

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Beginner
You have a meeting set up with Frankie. He is the son of a family friend who moved to Thunder Bay about 20 years ago and so you have never met him. He has come down from Thunder Bay to look over "southern universities". He urgently needs some information on schools as he will have to make some serious decisions soon. He is happy to get this meeting as he realizes how tight your schedule is. In fact your next meeting is in 8 minutes. Frankie is in the room.
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Hello Frankie! It’s great to meet you. I can tell you a bit about medical schools in Canada that you may be interested in. Depending on your academic background and qualifications, there are some great programs available. First, you would need to check if there are any prerequisite courses you need to take in order to be eligible to apply.

Also, depending on whether you want to pursue MD or DO, you should start looking into programs that offer that. Additionally, look for programs offering specialties that you’re interested in and ones with a good track record for getting students into top residencies. Even if the university isn’t particularly well known, a good program can be a great fit for you.

Finally, don’t be afraid to ask aroundβ€”reaching out to doctors, advisors, and current students in the program can help you get a better understanding of what a program offers.

Does that make sense? Is there anything else I can answer for you?

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Your 5 year old nephew asks you, "Why is the sky blue?” How would you answer him using a series of simple scientific experiments?
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I'm glad you asked me that question! The sky is blue because of the way sunlight interacts with tiny particles in the atmosphere. We can prove this with a simple science experiment. First, we need some water and a white wall. Fill a cup with water and hold it up against the wall. You'll notice that the color of the wall is reflected in the water. Now, pour some blue food coloring into the cup. When you look at the cup again, what color do you see? Blue! Now, when sunlight passes through the atmosphere, it hits tiny particles in the air, like blue food coloring does with the water. This makes the sky appear blue.

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You are a genetic counsellor. One of your clients, Linda, had a boy with a genetic defect that may have a high recurrence risk, meaning her subsequent pregnancies has a high chance of being affected by the same defect. You offered genetic testing of Linda, her husband, and their son to find out more about their disease, to which everyone agreed. The result showed that neither Linda nor her husband carry the mutation, while the boy inherited the mutation on a paternal chromosome that did not come from Linda's husband. In other words, the boy's biological father is someone else, who is unaware that he carries the mutation. You suspect that Linda nor her husband are aware of this non-paternity. How would you disclose the results of this genetic analysis to Linda and her family? What principles and who do you have to take into consideration in this case?
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In a situation like this, I believe that empathy and sensitivity are the most important guiding principles. In the counselling session, I would start by affirming the emotions Linda and her family are feeling and expressing understanding of the difficult news. I would explain to them the results of the genetic analysis in a fact-based, non-judgmental way and acknowledge that education, support and counseling may be necessary for this process.

I would also make sure that I present the facts to Linda and her family in a nuanced way, as to respect the privacy of both sides. In such a delicate situation, it is important to make Linda and her family feel like their feelings and worries are valid, while also giving a responsible and educational conversation on the subject.

Throughout the conversation, I would take into consideration the possibility of psychosocial and psychological distress among those involved, which is often brought on by ethical implications like this one. I would also tell Linda and her family that resources can be available if they choose to take them (e.g. counselling).

In the end, regardless of what they choose to do, they need to all be comfortable with the decision they make.

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Intermediate
You are treasurer of a university Club controlling club money and you are one of 3 members of the Executive. There is going to be a Meeting in another city with similar clubs from other universities. The club has enough money to cover the costs of only 3 members. There are 8 club members and everybody wants to go and for the club to pay their expenses. What do you do?
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As treasurer of the university club, it is my responsibility to ensure that the funds of the club are being best managed. In this scenario, while I understand that all 8 members would like to go to the meeting, there is not enough money in the budget to cover all of their costs. As a result, I suggest that three members be selected to attend the meeting, with their expenses being covered by the club. In order to decide which three members should receive the club’s financial support, I recommend that a vote be held amongst the members or, alternatively, that a selection process is established to decide who should attend. In either case, I would ensure that the decisions are based on merit, such as the individual's level of experience and interest in the club and its activities.

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Discuss any topical health care issue that is unique to the Pacific Northwest region (or region for Med School you are applying to)?
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As a physician practicing in the Pacific Northwest, one of the most pertinent health care issues that we’re facing is the rise of opioid addiction. As the crisis spreads, many people are being put at risk and the numbers of deaths are on the rise every year. This has led to an increase in resources and efforts to combat the opioid epidemic. Some of these interventions include access to medications that can help with addiction, such as buprenorphine, as well as places where individuals can safely dispose of unused prescriptions in order to help prevent misuse. In addition, there is an ongoing dialogue to provide better access to mental health resources, as many people that are developing addiction habits are being driven to drug use out of desperation. All of these efforts are geared toward providing better and more comprehensive care, in order to help address this issue in our region.

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Intermediate
You are a first year medical student who is doing above average in some subjects, and below average on others. What would you do in this situation? What resources would you access?
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As a first-year medical student, it is not uncommon to struggle with some classes or topics more than others. In my experience, the best way to overcome any perceived weaknesses is to use additional resources and to think critically. Firstly, I would identify any areas that I am struggling with, reach out to my peers, professors, or tutors to access extra support and guidance, and actively look for additional resources to supplement my studies. These could range from online courses and tutorials, to review books and flashcards. Additionally, I would make sure to get plenty of rest and attend any extra classes or review sessions that are available. Finally, I believe it is important to prioritize and manage your time well to ensure you are able to stay ahead of the curriculum demands – this may involve reallocating study time towards the areas where more improvement is needed. By proactively using any resources at your disposal, I am confident the necessary improvement can be achieved.

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Universities are commonly faced with the complicated task of balancing the educational needs of their students and the cost required to provide learning resources to a large number of individuals. As a result of this tension, there has been much debate regarding the optimal size of classes. One side argues that smaller classes provide a more educationally effective setting for students, while others argue that t makes no difference, so larger classes should be used to minimize the number of instructors required. Discuss your opinion with the examiner.
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I believe that while larger classes may minimize the number of instructors required, it should not be the guiding factor when determining the optimal size of classes. Ultimately, smaller classes provide a more educationally effective setting for students, in my opinion. Not only can students learn more effectively due to more individualized instruction, but they are also more likely to stay engaged in the learning process. Larger classes can often be impersonal and resulting in a lack of student engagement. Furthermore, with smaller classes, instructors have an opportunity to assess any learning gaps and intervene quickly as needed. All these benefits become much harder to achieve in larger classes. Thus my opinion is that smaller classes are the optimal size for universities to strive for.

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You are a physician who has finished his or her day and decide it's appropriate to leave on time for the first time in months. You have promised to meet your family for dinner. You suddenly receive a phone call from Mrs. Black, a 87 year old patient in a nursing home long time, who wishes that you attend to her long-standing condition. She has been patient of yours for 15 years and refuses to see another doctor. What issues are involved? How would you approach this situation?
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I understand that Mrs. Black is a long-time and loyal patient whom I am grateful for, and I empathize that she wishes to receive medical attention from me, even at the expense of my own personal plans. That being said, I would approach this situation with the utmost respect for Mrs. Black's trust and long-standing relationship with me.

I would first discuss the conflict at hand with Mrs. Black and explain that my plans have already been made, and that I am unable to break them. However, I would be willing to make alternative arrangements that could potentially allow me to attend to her medical needs while still managing my personal obligations. We could try to find an earlier time, or a different day that is convenient for both of us.

I understand the importance of continuity of care and would honor Mrs. Black's wish to receive my care. That being said, I would make sure to also suggest other healthcare providers in the area who could provide her with the same high-quality care that she has come to expect from me.

Working together with Mrs. Black, I am confident that we can find a solution that meets her medical needs. I will strive to do my best to ensure that Mrs. Black's medical needs are met in a timely and ethical manner.

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A friend has accessed your laptop and discovered your draft for an essay that is due by you both who are taking the same course. How do you handle this
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I would first sit down with my friend and explain the situation. I would be honest with him or her and explain how I feel. I would explain that my essay is important to me, and that I don't want any other issues coming up before the submission date. I would also encourage my friend to continue to pursue their own original ideas and ensure that we both put our best efforts into our own separate assignments. I would also suggest that it may be helpful to both of us if we talk to the professor to discuss our options. It is important to me that we both get the best grade possible, but also that we both respect each other's work and ideas.

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You are sitting at a desk in front of the interviewer with a screen between you. You have a set of blocks in front of you and you have to set them up in a certain way. The interviewer knows the solution and you can't see them and can only ask them yes or no questions. Correctly assemble the blocks.
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I would begin by taking a few moments to observe the blocks, counting how many blocks there are and getting a sense of each block's size and shape. Then I would ask the interviewer if I can begin by asking questions about the blocks. Depending on the interviewer's response, I would then ask a series of short, yes or no questions that would help me understand the puzzle's constraints. Questions could include: β€œDo I need to use all the blocks?”, β€œAre the blocks touching one another?” and β€œCan I move individual blocks?”. As I ask questions, I'd make sure to take into account the interviewer's responses and slowly build the puzzle until I arrive at the desired solution. Through this process of structured problem solving, I would be demonstrating to the interviewer that I have the skills to work under pressure, think logically, and make sense of complex problems.

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You are a 3rd year medical student doing hospital rotations. A fellow medical student who is doing rounds with you often show up to these sessions tired, messy, hung over, or even drunk. One day you found him in the lunch room unaccompanied, so you decided to talk to him. Please enter the lunch room.
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As I entered the lunch room I saw my fellow medical student sitting at a table. I walked up to him and said, β€œHi, I noticed you were alone. Is everything alright?” I could see from his red eyes and disheveled clothes that something was wrong.

He shook his head, looked away and replied, β€œNo, it’s been a tough few weeks.”

I sat down next to him, looking around at the empty lunch room, and said, β€œI know you don’t want to talk about it, but I just wanted to let you know that I’m here to listen if you need somebody to talk to. I understand that things can get really tough when you’re on rounds and I just want you to know that I’m here for you.”

He was quiet for a minute but eventually looked at me with a hint of a smile and said, β€œThank you. It means a lot.”

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What do you see as being the biggest issues/problems in health care now and in the future. What do you think are possible solutions to these issues?
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One of the biggest issues in healthcare now and in the future is resource availability and allocation. With an aging population and the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, the demand for healthcare increases every year. This puts a great strain on the healthcare system, leading to issues such as long wait times, overcrowded facilities, and overburdened healthcare providers.

Substantial investments must be made in the healthcare system in order to address the resource issue. This can include investing in more efficient ways to deliver healthcare, such as telemedicine and expanded access to health information technologies. We must also consider expanding health care coverage, such as by increasing access to insurance, so that more people are able to receive the care they need.

Finally, we must prioritize preventative care. By investing in public health initiatives, such as campaigns encouraging healthy lifestyle habits and disease prevention programs, we can help curb the growth of preventable conditions, thus helping to alleviate the burden on the healthcare system. Taking a proactive approach to healthcare may be our most effective way of providing quality care to all Canadians.

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What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?
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Medicare and Medicaid are two health insurance programs available in the United States. Medicare is a federal health insurance program aimed at individuals who are 65 years or older, although certain individuals of any age may be eligible for coverage. It provides hospitalization insurance and covers other costs for health care such as doctor visits, preventive and outpatient services, mental health care, and prescription drugs. Medicaid is a jointly-funded federal and state health insurance program that helps people with low incomes and certain disabilities obtain health care. It generally provides comprehensive coverage of medical, hospital, and long-term institutional care, as well as preventive and rehabilitative services. Medicaid also provides additional benefits and services that may not be covered by Medicare.

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Recently, a drug company has been aggressively marketing their HPV vaccine for young girls to protect young women from cervical cancer. The vaccine has gained support because it will be protecting girls from this potentially deadly and costly disease. However, some people think there havenβ€Ÿt been enough clinical trials. Pick a stance on this issue and prepare to support your argument.
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My stance on this issue is that the HPV vaccine should be available and supported, as the cost of cervical cancer prevention is far less than the cost of treating this disease. I believe the clinical data currently available on the vaccine supports its efficacy for preventing HPV-associated diseases, such as cervical cancer. This data shows that the vaccine has a high level of safety, efficacy, and acceptability. Additionally, there has been research in multiple countries studying the immunogenicity of the vaccine and results demonstrate that it stimulates an appropriate immune response.

I understand there are concerns that there are not enough clinical trials, but with its 10-year history, this vaccine has been rigorously studied. What's more, the medical community believes that HPV vaccines offer high levels of protection, citing data that determines it can help reduce the risk of cervical cancer. Thus, I rely on the collective medical opinion of the medical field when it comes to this issue.

The ultimate priority when deciding to implement a vaccine should be the safety of those receiving it. We must not forget that the HPV vaccine can help to save countless lives, both by preventing initial infection and by preventing subsequent cervical cancer induced from the infection.

We owe it to our patients to ensure their safety and we owe it to the public to do our due diligence when it comes to vaccines. That is why I am an advocate for the HPV vaccine.

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Deterrent Fees (Knowledge of the Health Care System) Recently, the Prime Minister of Canada raised the issue of deterrent fees (a small charge, say $10, which everyone who initiates a visit to a health professional would have to pay at the first contact) as a way to control health care costs. The assumption is that this will deter people from visiting their doctor for unnecessary reasons. Consider the broad implication of this policy for health and health care costs. For example, do you think this approach will save health care costs? At what expense? Discuss this issue with the interviewer.
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I believe that deterrent fees have the potential to save health care costs, but only if the fees are consistent across the board, and only if there is meaningful education and support for those who are most vulnerable. A deterrent fee should also be mitigating measures in place to ensure those who are in need of medical assistance receive it.

In this sense, the underlying assumption of the policy is that it will act as a preventative measure to ensure more responsible use of health care services. While this may help to reduce costs associated with visites deemed as "unnecessary", it may also create additional costs for those already struggling to access health care services in the long-term. Thus, any deterrent fees should be paired with educational and financial supports that allow full access to services for those who may not otherwise be able to pay the fee.

Overall, I think the potential savings from such a policy could be significant, but there must be additional considerations to ensure access to care is not hindered for those who need it most.

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You are a health researcher at an academic institution. You have been asked to work on a top-secret vaccine that would treat biomedical weapons or other communicable diseases. Before your break through, you are instructed by the government to stop all research and turn over all materials and copies of your work to be destroyed. You know you are very close to finding a cure. What do you do?
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As a health researcher and doctor, my moral obligation is to the well-being and safety of all. In this case, I would prioritize following the instructions of the government, as I assume that whatever direction they are giving is for the greater good and likely for the betterment of society. Of course, I would be disappointed by the halt of any work to find a cure and would hope to be able to complete the project in the future. At the same time, with any directive from the government, their instructions must be followed. I would take the necessary steps to turn over all materials and copies of my work, as well as insure that nothing is left behind that could be used for a different purpose.

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Imagine you are the principal of a full fee paying school. There has been an allegation by members of the public of an incident in a park in which at least two senior school students were seen verbally abusing a young person with intellectual impairment for the amusement of a group of other students. Two final year students are to attend a hearing with the principal to explain their actions in the incident. What are the issues the principal is likely to consider at the hearing?
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The principal is likely to consider a range of issues at the hearing. Firstly, the students' actions must be carefully evaluated in order to determine their culpability and whether their behaviour is reasonable in the circumstances. Secondly, the principal may take into account the students' age and experience, as well as their personal attributes, to assess the level of responsibility assigned to each student and determine the appropriateness of any potential sanction. Additionally, the principal will consider how the incident reflects on the school's reputation and the values it holds, and this will be compared to those of the offending students. Finally, the principal must consider the impact of the incident on the young person with intellectual impairment, as this will determine the kind of restorative action required to promote healing and reconciliation. All these factors are essential to ensure full accountability and an appropriate resolution to the incident.

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You are a resident working in a team of several others for on call shifts. You and your partner just had a new baby. Would you re-adjust the call schedule? How? What problems do you foresee and how would you approach the problems?
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Given my recent life changes, I would modify the call schedule to ensure that I am attending to my own and my family's needs. I would ensure that I am well rested and follow guidelines to minimize fatigue while on call. I would encourage my team to work together to ensure that everyone has the rest they need to be well rested while covering our on call shifts.

I would foresee the potential issue of having to frequently ask my co-workers to pick up extra shifts which can be disruptive. To address this issue, I would communicate my concerns and expectations clearly with respect to my share of the workload so that everyone is aware and in agreement. I would also offer to pick up extra shifts in order to balance out the workload.

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Recently, the Prime Minister of Canada suggested the idea of deterrent fees (a small charge, say $10, which everyone who initiates a visit to a health professional would have to pay at the first contact) as a way to control health care costs. The assumption is that this will deter people from visiting their doctor for unnecessary reasons. Consider the broad implications of this policy for health and health care costs.
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I believe the idea of deterrent fees may be well-intentioned to help control health care costs, however, I do not think it is the solution to this issue. The proposed fee would create a financial barrier for some individuals to access care when they need it. This could further marginalize those from lower socio-economic backgrounds and those in rural regions who may already have limited or no access to health services. This could lead to greater health disparities in Canada, as those who can’t afford the fee may forgo treatment that could have prevented unnecessary medical costs in the long run. Secondly, this policy could lead to people delaying necessary care for fear of the added cost and lead to more serious health problems that would cause greater strain on overall health care costs. In conclusion, though this policy may have the potential to help reduce health care costs, it may have far more serious implications with regards to health disparities in our country.

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The man who lives next door to you often rides his bicycle in the company of his two young children but without a helmet. In fact, on several occasions you have seen him riding with his helmet hanging by its straps from the handlebars. His young children sometimes wear a helmet, sometimes not. If the man fell off his bicycle and hurt his head in a way that would have been prevented if he had worn a helmet, would it be reasonable to ask him to contribute towards the treatment cost for his injury?
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I would not recommend asking the man to contribute towards the treatment cost for his injury if he had fallen off the bicycle and hurt his head. It's important to remember that no matter what he may or may not be doing, this man and his children are still our neighbors and should be treated with respect and compassion. In addition, if I were to ask him to contribute to the treatment cost for his injury and he were unable to pay for it, it could create a heavy financial burden for him and potential resentment towards me if I forced him to pay. As a physician, I believe it is my duty to advocate for the health and well-being of my patients, and I believe that the best approach for this issue would be to suggest to the man the importance of protecting himself and his children with helmets while riding their bicycles.

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A physician picked up a car accident victim from the street and brought him to the ER in his car. He did not want to wait for an ambulance because the patientβ€Ÿs condition was critical. Physical examination in the ER reveals quadriplegia. Is the physician liable for this consequence?
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The accountability for the uncertain outcome of medical care, such as the one described in this case, is a difficult challenge to answer. The medical reality is that medical practice is inherently unpredictable and outcomes can never be guaranteed. In this case, the physician is likely not liable since they acted out of the necessity to save the patient's life and acted with the patient's best interests in mind. Additionally, in these emergency situations, the physician is often not presented with a safer option than using their own vehicle and taking action as rapidly as possible. The physician acted in the best interest of the patient by placing their wellbeing above all else and is therefore, not considered liable for the patient's outcome.

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If you have the choice of giving a transplant to a successful elderly member of the community and a 20 year old drug addict – how do you choose?
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If I had to choose between giving a transplant to an elderly member of the community versus a 20 year old drug addict, there is no easy answer. In my experience, treating a patient with an organ transplant is always a complex process and merits an individualized approach. Ideally, in such a situation, I would want to ensure that the person who is most likely to have the best overall outcome, with the highest likelihood of leading a full and satisfying life, would be the recipient of the transplant. In making the decision between the two people, I would need to carefully consider a wide array of factors, including the physical and mental health of the patients, the patient's post-transplant prognosis, their family and community dynamics, and their individual circumstances. This determination would be based on an evidence-based, ethical framework that aimed to provide the best outcome for both the individual and the greater community. Ultimately, my decision would be guided by the well-being of those involved and by the Hippocratic Oath, which I would strive to uphold to the best of my ability.

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You have two patients who need an organ transplant and one organ available. One is a 20 year old drug addict and the other is a 70 year old prominent member of the community. Who do you give the transplant to and why? What information will you use to make your decision?
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If I had two patients who needed the same organ and I only had one organ available to me, I would weigh the various factors of each patient's case before making any decision.

In this situation, the 20 year old patient is a drug addict and the 70 year old patient is a prominent member of the community. I would consider the overall prognoses of each patient and how quickly they would heal after the transplant and what the long-term prospects for success would be. I understand that this decision is difficult since I have a limited supply of organs and only two people to choose from.

Ultimately, I would likely opt to provide the transplant to the 70 year old patient for two reasons. Firstly, the 70 year old patient is a prominent member of the community and has had a lifetime of making a positive impact in the lives of many people. Secondly, the 70 year old patient is likely to have a higher chance of success in the long-term due to their age and overall health.

Once I have assessed the individual cases, I would use a variety of information to make my final decision. This would include the overall prognoses of each patient, the probability of success after the transplant, the patients' age, their overall health and any additional factors that may influence the decision. Through assessing each patient's individual case, I would come to an informed decision on who to provide the transplant to.

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A physician became sexually involved with a current patient who initiated or consented to the contact. Is it ethical for a physician to become sexually involved?
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As a doctor, it is never ethical for a physician to become sexually involved with a current patient. This is due to the power differential that is present in a doctor-patient relationship, which inherently means that it is impossible to guarantee consensual and equal contact between the two parties. Physicians must always maintain professional relationships with their patients, which is why engaging in any form of sexual contact is strictly prohibited.

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A high school student has to choose between two colleges. The student had several friends who were similar to himself in values and abilities at each school. All of his friends at school A liked it on both educational and social grounds; all of them at school B had deep reservations on both grounds. The student visited both schools for a day and his impressions were the reverse; he enjoyed school B, but had reservations about school A. Dr. James Wanstedt provided a testimonial that school B provides a superior education. Furthermore, the registrar at school B has just released a report claiming that the employment rate for graduates of school B is 93%, 10 percent higher than it was 10 years ago. Finally, an unbiased consumer advocate reports that 98% of the alumni association have indicated that they were happy or very happy with the education they received at school B. Which school should the student choose? Discuss the student's decision with the examiner.
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I believe that the student should ultimately choose the school that best fits their needs. School B seems to have a lot of evidence in favor of it, with the Dr. Wanstedt testimonial and the recent report from the registrar. Additionally, the 98% satisfaction rate from the alumni association is also a big plus. However, the student should also weigh their personal impressions from the daylong visit. If he enjoyed school B more, but was still unsure of its educational and social merits, then he should make sure to look into the school since his friends, who have similar values and abilities, all seem to be happy there. Ultimately, the student should choose the school that best fits his needs and values after gathering as much information as possible.

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You and your best friend try out for the varsity track team. You just find out you got in, but your friend was rejected for the 3rd time. Enter the room.
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I was so excited when I got the news that I had made the varsity track team. Unfortunately, seeing the disappointment on my best friend's face when they found out that they had been rejected for the 3rd time was heartbreaking. Knowing that I was the one to make it when they hadn't made it for the third time really stirred up thoughts of guilt. I wanted to be supportive of my friend, so I immediately hugged them and told them that it was going to be okay. I told them to keep their head up and that I would be there for them no matter what. I could then see a trickle of hope in their eyes as we moved forward together, both of us having faced different outcomes.

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Without using your hands, explain how to tie shoe laces.
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Tying shoe laces without using your hands is a skill anyone can learn with a little bit of practice. The steps are as follows:

  1. Start with the shoe laces in each hand to create a cross shape.

  2. Place one foot inside the loop of laces.

  3. Holding onto one of the laces with your toes, rotate your foot so that the laces wrap around your ankle.

  4. Move either the right or left lace up and over the right foot, keeping tension on the laces.

  5. Pull the top of the lace upward so that they twist in the middle of the loop that is already around the ankle.

  6. Grab the remaining lace with the toes of your foot and pull the lace over the one that is already up toward the laces.

  7. Pull the laces tight and make sure that both loops are the same size.

And there you have it! You have securely tied your shoe laces without using your hands!

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You are a family physician. One of your patients, Mark, did not attend one of his classes and missed an important exam. He told you that his teacher would like a doctor's note explaining his absence from class; otherwise, he will receive zero, and all hell will break loose. He wants to you write a note for him, indicating that he was not feeling well enough to write the exam. Not able to find any physical symptoms, explain how you would deal with this. Enter the room and talk to Mark.
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I would start out my conversation by introducing myself and letting Mark know that he can trust and rely on me for help in this situation. I would then ask him questions about the exam and why he was unable to take it.

Once I better understand the situation, I would discuss with Mark the importance of being honest about this situation and how fabricating a doctor's note may not be the best option. Instead, I would suggest that he talk to his teacher and explain what happened. He could also let her know that he will be making efforts to catch up on the missed subject and make sure that the missed exam is accounted for.

At the end of the conversation, I would ensure that Mark understands the importance of being honest and open with his teacher. I would also ask him if he is comfortable seeking help if needed.

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Imagine you are the principal of a full fee paying school. There has been an allegation by members of the public of an incident in a park in which at least two senior students were seen verbally abusing a young person with intellectual impairment for the amusement of the group and other students. Two final year students are attending a hearing with you (their principal) to explain their actions in the incident. What are the issues that you (the principal) are likely to consider?
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As a doctor and principal, I recognize the severity of the allegations that have been made. I would consider a few key issues when handling this situation. First, I would assess the facts at hand. Was there a witness? What were the statements made? Based on the evidence at hand, I would need to determine the truth.

Second, no matter the outcome of the investigation, I would need to take disciplinary action to make sure this never happens again and to protect the safety of the students. This could range from suspension to removal from the school.

Third, I would ensure that all members of the school have a clear understanding of the school’s no-tolerance policy on bullying and abuse, and that it is understood that any such incidents will be dealt with strictly and fairly.

Finally, I would also extend my support and care to the victim of the incident to ensure that this never happens again and that the individual feels safe and supported. This goes beyond just physical safety, but also emotional and mental safety as well.

Ultimately, the goal would be to promote a sense of integrity and respect amongst the student body, and ensure that the students of the school recognize the importance of treating everyone with kindness and respect.

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The parking garage at your place of work has assigned parking spots. On leaving your spot, you are observed by the parking attendant as you back into a neighbouring car, a BMW, knocking out its left front headlight and denting the left front fender. The garage attendant gives you the name and office number of the owner of the neighbouring car, telling you that he is calling ahead to the car owner, Tim. The garage owner tells you that Tim is expecting your visit. You enter Timβ€Ÿs office.
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When I entered Tim's office, I immediately apologized for the incident and explained what had happened in detail. I could tell that Tim was understandably upset, so I offered to take full responsibility for the damage and take care of any costs associated with the repair. I informed him that I had the insurance coverage necessary to cover the repairs, and if he needed assistance with filing a claim, I was more than willing to help. I also let him know that if there were any other expenses, such as a rental car or towing fees, I was happy to cover those too. Finally, I promised Tim that I would do whatever I could to ensure the issue was resolved in a timely and satisfactory manner.

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A patient has just been diagnosed with cancer. The patient takes the news very badly and is concerned with pain and the immediate treatment. You know that is it extremely likely that the patient will die within 9 months regardless of course of treatment. What do you tell the patient, what are your ethical obligations, your legal obligations?
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My ethical and legal obligations are to provide truthful, clear, and compassionate information to the patient about their diagnosis and the potential course of action. I would emphasize the need to stay positive and to focus on the time they have remaining, while being prepared for the worst-case scenario.

I would explain that their cancer diagnosis is very serious and their life expectancy is limited. I would also explain the potential treatments and their prognosis, and also the potential therapies available to help manage pain associated with the illness.

On a personal and compassionate level, I would listen closely to the patient and help them talk through their options and fears. I would give them time to come to terms with the diagnosis, provide them with credible and accurate information, offer emotional support, and help them to consider their needs and wishes in the course of treatment.

Ultimately, I feel I have an ethical obligation to ensure that the patient is well informed and provided with the best possible care and support. My primary aim is to ensure the patient is well-informed of the risks and consequences of their treatments so that they can make the best decisions for themselves.

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Imagine your friendβ€Ÿs father is 70 years old and has lived in Edmonton his whole life. He is taken to the emergency department at the University of Alberta Hospital. He has had good health until now and this is the first time he has been to hospital of any kind since he was 20 years old. What changes in the healthcare system and environment in the hospital do you think he would notice?
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I think he would notice a few major changes. First, the overall environment of the hospital has changed a lot in the past 50 years. He would see much more cutting-edge technology, such as modern medical equipment and diagnostic tools, that have helped improve patient care. He may also see a more automated hospital, where nurses and doctors are able to access patient records electronically and more quickly.

Second, he would notice an increased focus on patient comfort and satisfaction. Hospitals nowadays have more emphasis on patient-centered care, meaning the hospital staff would be focused on the patient’s wellbeing and the experience they have in the facility. He may also encounter a more diverse team of medical professionals, with different backgrounds and experiences that work together to ensure a quality healthcare experience.

Finally, he would notice a change in the overall structure of the healthcare system. New regulations and laws on insurance and patient privacy would be in place that were not present during his previous visit. In addition, it’s likely that cost of care and accessibility to care have both improved since then.

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Two patients need a liver transplant, but there is only one liver available at the time. Tell the interviewer how you would decide between a 64 year old politician who happens to be an alcoholic or, a 26 year old mother of three who is on welfare.
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That is an incredibly difficult decision to make and my immediate instinct is to find a way to save both patients. Unfortunately, that is often not feasible due to a lack of medical resources, including organs for transplant.

When considering the two patients, I believe that the best decision is to prioritize the welfare of the 26 year old mother of three. This decision is based on an ethical principle known as the principle of utility, which states that the decision should be made that would result in the greatest amount of happiness for the greatest number of people. In this scenario, the mother of three is still relatively young and has a life-long opportunity to make positive contributions to society, while the 64 year old politician is nearing the end of their life-span. That fact combined with their alcohol use, places the mother of three in a better position to make use of a donated liver than to the politician.

I would certainly consider other factors as well such as general health, existing familial and social supports, psychological stability and length of wait time. Ultimately, however, I believe that the principle of utility should remain an important factor in the decision-making process and that the 26 year old mother of three should be prioritized in this instance.

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When you enter the room there will be a blank sheet of paper in front of you. On the other side of the room there is another candidate who will provide you with instructions regarding how to turn this page into an origami (paper folding) project. Do not look at the other candidate until told that you can do so. You have 5 minutes to complete the project after which you will be given 3 minutes to discuss with your colleague any difficulties that arise during your communication.
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If I enter the room to find a blank sheet of paper in front of me, I would take a few moments to gather myself and be prepared to listen to the instructions my colleague has to offer with an open and attentive mind. I understand communication plays a key role in this task and so when I am informed to not look at the other candidate, I will stay focused on the instructions given. I will be sure to ask questions or clarify any details if they are unclear so that I can accurately follow the instructions to complete the origami project. Additionally, I am well aware of the importance of time management and will strive to complete the project within the given 5 minutes. Once the task is complete, I will be eager to communicate and discuss with my colleague any difficulties that may have arisen during the communication process within the 3 minute timeframe.

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Statistics have shown that effects of advanced age such as changes in vision and response time may adversely affect elderly drivers' ability to drive safely. As a matter of fact, many doctors discuss the issue of stopping driving with their older patients as a precaution for the safety of theirs as well as the public's. Do you think older drivers have to give up driving when they reach a certain age?
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I believe there needs to be an individual assessment of each patient's situation. It's important to take into account their physical, cognitive and emotional capabilities. In some cases, there may be mobility issues or physical ailments such as poor eyesight or hearing loss that may put them at risk when driving. In those cases, it could be beneficial to have a conversation with the patient to discuss alternatives to driving or transportation that can help minimize risks. Generally, encouraging regular eye exams, following physical activity and healthy diet guidelines, and having regular check-ins with the doctor to discuss any issues can be beneficial. Ultimately, the safety of the elderly drivers and the public is the most important factor, and older drivers should evaluate their abilities accordingly.

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You are a 1st year med student and you are in the room with a small group of students, a doctor and a young female patient. The doctor tells the patient to remove her shirt to do a breast exam. The patient is visibly uncomfortable but does what she is told. The physician then performs the exam and tells you to do it as well. Discuss your reaction to this situation. An elderly woman has been admitted to emergency room with asthma/difficulty breathing. She refuses to allow a medical student to treat her. Discuss the ethical issues in this case and possible safeguards to protect patient and students/physicians.
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Thank you for the opportunity to discuss this situation. It is a difficult one in which all stakeholders must have their best interests and comfort considered. My reaction to a patient being uncomfortable while removing her shirt to do a breast exam is one of empathy and care. As a student, I would offer to talk to the patient and explain the procedure. I would offer her an opportunity to ask questions and to take comfort knowing that a doctor was present in the room. Additionally, I would explain the procedure in detail and offer her a gown or other form of covering prior to the exam starting.

As for the elderly woman in the emergency room with asthma, there are quite a few ethical issues at play. The first is the patient's autonomy in deciding whether or not to accept a student's care. Since the patient is unable to make a fully informed decision due to her health condition, the onus is on the physician and/or student to ensure that the elderly woman's wishes and beliefs are taken into consideration before making any decisions. Additionally, in this case, it is important to understand the woman's culture and religion, and to offer alternatives if treatment from a student is not acceptable. Safeguards should ensure that both the patient and the student are considered. For instance, a nurse or other healthcare provider could be present to ensure that the patient's wishes are respected and that the student is not in any danger. Additionally, it is important to consider clear communication between the physician and student, and to explicitly explain why certain decisions are being made.

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An eighteen year-old female arrives in the emergency room with a profound nose bleed. You are the physician, and you have stopped the bleeding. She is now in a coma from blood loss and will die without a transfusion. A nurse finds a recent signed card from Jehovah's Witnesses Church in the patient's purse refusing blood transfusions under any circumstance. What would you do?
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Given the patient's wishes and medical circumstances, it is clear that I need to act swiftly to ensure the patient is provided with the full range of care. The patient has the right to refuse any treatments, however in this instance I would seek the patient's family or the Court for approval for transfusion, as the patient is in a coma and cannot make such decisions on her own. In Canada, doctors are expected to respect the rights of religious and cultural diversity of a patient when providing care. Therefore, if her refusal is based on faith, I would work with the family and the church to see if there are any alternatives that would be suitable for the patient based on her religious beliefs. Ultimately, I will have to make a decision based on the knowledge that I have that is in the best interest of the patient.

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Your friend Jason hasn't come to class for a few days. Being a hardworking premed student, he very seldom skips classes. You know that he is applying to medical school in the past several weeks. You called his house and he said you can visit him. You decided to pay him a visit after your classes. Enter the room and talk to Jason.
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Hello Jason, it's so good to see you! I was a bit worried when you didn't come to class the other day, especially since I know you've been working hard on your medical school applications. Is everything okay?

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John X is a convicted pedophile and repeat offender. He is about to be released from prison after serving 7 years of his 10-year sentence. He will be in close contact with his parole officer and he will be monitored on a daily basis. Should the community be aware of John X's history? You are in charge of deciding whether or not to warn the community about John X. What issues/factors would you consider in making your decision?
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As a doctor, my primary concern in this situation is ensuring the safety of the community. Therefore, all decisions made will be based on protecting the community from potential harm or threat. In deciding whether or not to warn the community about John X’s history, I would consider several issues and factors. Firstly, I would evaluate the risk John X poses to the public. I would understand the nature and gravity of his past offenses, the length of his sentence and whether or not he underwent rehabilitation while in prison. I would assess the likelihood of a repeat offense and whether or not the community should be counseled on potential safety measures. Additionally, I would consider the potential implications of informing the community in regards to John X’s privacy and protecting the reputation of the community. All of these considerations would be taken into account when making my decision about whether or not to warn the community about John X’s history.

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You are working in a clinic for street youth. A 16 year old girl comes in seeking sleeping pills that you do not think is appropriate for her. She says she will see another doctor if you do not prescribe them. What would you do?
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If the 16 year old is exhibiting signs of depression, suicidal ideation, or other mental health issues then I would first suggest engaging her in a dialogue to better assess her mental state. I would explain to her the importance of discussing with a mental health professional whatever may be causing her insomnia instead of using sleeping pills to cope. I would also emphasize that I am not able to better help her if she withholds important information and advise her to see a mental health professional that can better understand her condition and be able to provide more focused and personalized care. If the patient remains insistent on seeking sleeping pills, then I would refer her to another doctor who might be more willing to prescribe them. Under no circumstances would I prescribe sleeping pills to this patient and risk her safety for my own convenience.

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A patient with Down's Syndrome became pregnant. The patient does not want an abortion. Her mother and husband want the patient to have an abortion. What should a physician do in this situation?
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As a physician, my primary responsibility is to the patient, and to ensure that the patient has access to medical care and advice that meets their individual wishes and values. In this case, the patient's wishes should be respected and the patient should be encouraged to make a decision about the pregnancy that meets her own wishes, instead of simply deferring to her mother or husband. I would recommend the patient be given access to counseling and additional medical advice about the repercussions of her decision, so that she can make an informed choice about how to move forward. Her mother and husband should be informed that ultimately their daughter/wife's decision is the one that will be respected.

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The man who lives next door to you often rides his bicycle in the company of his two young children but without a helmet. In fact, on several occasions you have seen him riding with his helmet hanging by its straps from the handlebars. His young children sometimes wear a helmet, sometimes not. If the man fell off his bicycle and hurt his head in a way that would have been prevented if he had worn a helmet, would it be reasonable to ask him to contribute towards the treatment cost for his injury?
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