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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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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 around—reaching out to doctors, advisors, and current students in the program can help you get a better understanding of what a program offers.

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As a physician at a local hospital you notice that there is a man with an alcohol dependency who keeps on consuming the hand sanitizer offered at the hand sanitizer stands throughout the hospital. He is not a patient at the hospital at present but has been many times in the past. Consequently, there is often no hand sanitizer for public use. What do you do? Do you remove/change location of hand sanitizer stands? Do you approach him?
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As a physician, my priority is to provide the best possible care to the patients and visitors of our hospital. In the context of the situation described, my first priority would be to assess the health and safety risks that this person and other members of the public may experience due to their alcohol dependence and the availability of hand sanitizer. I believe that a multi-faceted approach is needed to address this issue.

Firstly, I would discuss the matter with the hospital management and security personnel to determine the best approach to managing the hand sanitizer stands in the hospital and to devise a plan for intervening with the individual. This may involve providing the individual with support services and outreach programs, as well as relocating the hand sanitizer stands to areas where the individual's access to the sanitizer is more difficult or restricted.

Secondly, I would approach the individual to discuss his alcohol abuse, offer him the support he needs, and inform him of the risks associated with his issue. I believe that, as someone with a medical background, I am best placed to provide him with accurate information on his alcohol dependence and how to best seek help to manage it.

Finally, I would collaborate with hospital staff and management to ensure that appropriate policies, protocols, and procedures are in place to ensure the safety and wellbeing of patients and staff. This may involve additional training and providing guidance to the staff on how to manage these situations.

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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: “Do I need to use all the blocks?”, “Are the blocks touching one another?” and “Can 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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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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A 12-year old boy is diagnosed with a terminal illness (e.g., malignancy). He asked the doctor about his prognosis. His parents requested the doctor not to tell him the bad news. What should the doctor do in this situation?
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I would approach this situation as a compassionate and empathetic doctor. I would explain to the parents that it is my professional medical opinion that it is important that the patient, the 12-year old boy, be aware of his diagnosis and prognosis. Although I understand the parents’ desire to protect their son, withholding information can cause more emotional damage in the long-term. Moreover, it is important to fulfill the ethical obligation to tell the patient the truth.

If the parents are still resistant to this plan of action, I would seek out the advice of a hospital social worker or a therapist for additional guidance. It might be wise to bring in a third party to help discuss the best course of action for both the patient and the family. I would also recommend arranging for psychological and/or emotional support for the patient and his family members throughout the duration of his illness.

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Mrs. Jones has signed a donor card indicating that she is willing to donate her body to science without notifying her husband and son. She gets into an accident and it is determined that she is brain dead. The family doctor, who is on call that afternoon, reviews the chart and determines that she would be perfect for medical students to practice the removal of organs for transplantation purposes. The doctor then talks to the family to discuss the procedure and to confirm their consent. They both oppose the procedure and refuse to allow their doctor to move forward. The doctor points out that Mrs. Jones could be helping hundreds of people by educating the medical students and that technically consent has already been provided. The husband understands how beneficial the educational experience is but is too emotional to allow them to continue. The son, a medical student, refuses because he knows the bodies are not treated with dignity. If you were the doctor, how would you proceed? Why?
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If I were the doctor, I would proceed by asking the family to take a few days to fully consider their decision. I would explain to them that it may be hard to make their decision immediately, but remind them of how Mrs. Jones had taken the time to think out her own decision ahead of time and sign a donor card. I would also explain to them what a tremendous gift donating their loved one could be for so many people.

At this point, it would be important for me to maintain an understanding, professional attitude throughout this conversation. Having empathy towards the family's emotions and doing my best to provide support and understanding is essential. I would keep open lines of communication, and allow them to talk through their feelings as much as they need.

Once they have had some time to process, I would then speak with them again and provide additional information, if necessary. If their decision is still to deny this donation, I would confirm that the last wishes of their loved one to donate their body to science should be honored, and that I will be respectful of their wishes.

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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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If the Prime Minister of Canada were to ask your advice on one change that could be applied to the healthcare system in Canada that would improve it enormously and have the greatest positive effect, how would you answer?
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If the Prime Minister of Canada were to ask my advice on one change to the healthcare system in Canada that could improve it enormously, I would suggest a significant increase in funding for patient care and for improvements in access to advanced medical treatments. Specifically, I would suggest providing additional funding for initiatives such as telemedicine, e-prescribing and information sharing technologies, as well as improved access to chronic disease management programs, specialized care teams, and mental health services. In addition, I would suggest allocating funds for increased training of clinicians in primary care and the promotion of preventative medicine, as well as more resources for research and development in biotechnology, personalized medicine and healthcare technologies. The aim is to provide better, more accessible, and more comprehensive care to all Canadians, regardless of their economic or social background.

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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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Dr. Who is a physician for Mr. Bean and his wife. Dr. Who discovers that Mr. Bean has an STI. Mr. Bean does not wish to tell his wife . What should Dr. Who do? Explore the ethics surrounding this scenario.
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As a physician, it is my ethical responsibility to act in the best interest of my patient. In the case of Mr. Bean, I would first make sure he understands the importance of informing his wife of his STI and the risks associated with not doing so. I would also make sure he understands she has the right to make her own judgement on how to best protect her health. I would also recommend that he seek counseling to explore the best way to approach his wife.

Additionally, I would provide Mr. Bean's wife education on STIs and the risk of contracting it if it is not treated properly. I would also recommend that she seek testing, as it is possible she contracted the same STI from Mr. Bean.

It is my duty to protect and advoate for the health and wellbeing of both of my patients. The ethical decision here is to provide education, resources and support in a safe, confidential manner. The patient's wishes and rights must be respected, while also advocating for the health of all involved.

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Your older sister tells you that she values her career and is reluctant to take time away to have a baby. Her husband agrees with her. They have arranged to conceive an embryo through in vitro fertilization. A company in India will implant the embryo in a surrogate mother from a nearby village who will be paid $5,000. Two weeks after the baby is born, the company will deliver the baby to your sister and her husband. Your mother is opposed to this arrangement whereas your father supports her decision. Your sister asks for your support. How would you respond to your sister?
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The ethical concerns here are complex and wide-reaching. The Canadian Pediatric Association's recommendation not to perform routine circumcisions highlights the concerns of unnecessary risk and cost associated with the procedure. Despite this, however, it is crucial that the autonomy of the patient is respected, and the medical professional must ensure that parents are adequately informed of the risks, benefits, and alternatives before deciding to perform or not perform a circumcision.

As a medical professional, it can be difficult to balance the need to offer interventions that have been proven to have a benefit with respecting the patient's autonomy and decision of whether to pursue that intervention. In the case of circumcision, it is my responsibility to educate parents on both the risks and benefits, and to ensure that a balanced analysis of the facts is used when deciding the best course of action. It is also important to continually evaluate and update evidence-based information on the benefits and risks of circumcision to ensure that the best possible decisions are made.

It would be important to discuss this issue with my colleagues, as well as with the patient, to ensure that any decision is made in the best interest of the patient. Moral and ethical considerations should guide medical decisions based on the available evidence and patient safety. Ultimately, it is critical that a doctor always puts the interests of the patient first and exercises their best medical judgement without bias.

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Should the government directly fund the education of medical students as opposed to funding other professions such as law and engineering? Discuss this question with the interviewer.
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I believe the government should fund the education of medical students. As a profession, there is a larger societal benefit due to the added value medical students bring to society. Having a healthy population leads to a more productive population, better economy and greater opportunities for everyone. Additionally, the cost of medical education is extremely high, making it difficult for people from lower socio-economic backgrounds to pursue a medical degree. By directly funding medical students, the government can help increase the number of qualified medical professionals, which in turn, can increase access to care and lessen the burden of the healthcare system. Ultimately, the government should fund medical students in order to ensure a better society.

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Some people think that the new or younger generation of physicians are not as hard-working (i.e., wanting to leave right at 5:00 p.m., not wanting to put in as long of a work week) as previous generations. How do you feel about this perception?
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I strongly disagree with this perception. As a fourth-year medical student, I have seen firsthand the dedication and hard work of my peers. We are motivated to provide the best care to our patients by staying up-to-date on the latest discoveries in medicine and spending many extra hours studying and researching. On the other hand, I understand that it is important to achieve a balance between work and personal life. Perhaps this is where the perception stems from - that we want to work smarter, not harder. In any case, I believe the commitment to patient care among my peers is unwavering.

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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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Preferential Admission (Knowledge of the Heath Care System): Due to the shortage of physicians in rural communities such as those in Northern Ontario, it has been suggested that medical programmes preferentially admit students who are willing to commit to a 2 or 3 year tenure in an under-serviced area upon graduation. Consider the broad implications of this policy for health and health care costs. For example, do you think the approach will be effective?
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I believe this approach has the potential to be very effective in addressing the physician shortages in rural areas; however, there are important considerations that must be taken into account to ensure its success. Firstly, there needs to be sufficient incentives for physicians-in-training to commit to working in underserved communities. This could include measures such as increasing stipends or providing additional training or specialty opportunities. Secondly, the government must ensure that medical programs are taking steps to ensure that these graduates are well-prepared to practice in underserviced areas; this could involve introducing dedicated tracts or streamlining curricula to provide appropriate training. Thirdly, there should be sufficient resources and infrastructure to support the influx of new physicians, such as access to appropriate specialist care and diagnostic technologies. Finally, any policy should consider the potential impact on health costs; for example, increased spending in rural areas as a result of better access to care and improved health outcomes overall.

All in all, I think preferential admission could be a successful policy, assuming it is well-planned and supported. It has the potential to greatly improve access to care in underserved areas, leading to more efficient and cost-effective care in the long run.

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A man has been responsible for taking care of his wife who is in a vegetative state for 6 years after a car accident. She can breathe on her own but that is the extent of her abilities. He requests that her feeding tube be removed. What should you, as her physician do?
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First off, as her physician, I would want to make sure that I was providing the best possible care to the patient in this situation. I understand that this situation is very difficult on the family, and I would want to support them while also making sure they are doing what is best for the patient.

I would speak with the family in full detail about the patient’s condition, prognosis, and what kind of care can still be provided even if the feeding tube is removed. I would point out the risks associated with removing her feeding tube, including the risk that further medical interventions may be necessary. I would also explain what would happen to the patient if the feeding tube were removed, both medically and emotionally.

At the end of the day, the decision of what to do about the patient's feeding tube is ultimately up to the family, so I would make sure that I was listening to their wishes and concerns. I would also make sure that I was following all regulations and standards of care set out by the medical community, and that they were being applied correctly and ethically to this particular scenario.

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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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As medicine advances with technology, what are the pros and cons? Discuss your experience with use of technology.
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Technology has certainly come a long way in the field of medicine and it has had a significant positive impact on the practice of medicine. There are several pros to technology’s integration into modern medical practice. One of the main advantages is the speed at which patient data can be obtained and information shared between health care providers. Technology has allowed for quicker diagnoses and treatment options for patients, often leading to better outcomes. Additionally, technology has provided innovative tools for medical professionals to use for patient care and monitoring. For instance, incorporating medical robots, imaging tools, and telehealth technologies all allow for a higher quality of care and more personalized treatment plans.

While there are many benefits and advantages to incorporating technology into medical practices, there are unfortunately some associated disadvantages. In some instances, using technology can lead to decreased face-to-face interaction between patients and health care professionals, making it more difficult for clinicians to build lasting relationships with their patients. Additionally, technology can be expensive and complex to implement, which can present major barriers to access for some health care systems.

From a personal standpoint, I’ve had the opportunity to experience the positive outcomes of technology in medicine during my fourth year rotations. During my family medicine rotation, I was able to review electronic medical records and X-ray images to get a more accurate picture of a patient’s condition. In addition, I was able to use telemedicine to view and discuss pathology slides with specialists remotely - this provided me with a better understanding of the patient’s condition, as well other educational aspects that I could take with me in my clinical practice. Overall, technology has had a dramatic impact on medical care, and I am looking forward to the continued integration of technology in my medical career moving forward.

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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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You are given a list of items that you would want to take in your suitcase for a two-week holiday. You are told that you can only pack half of the items available.
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If I'm given a list of items to take on a two-week holiday and can only pack half of them, I would pack the items that I will use more frequently and those that are lighter weight. For instance, I would bring clothes that are easy to layer and coordinate, so that I can mix and match to create different looks. I would also bring items such as toiletries, a first aid kit, and any medications that I may need. I would also include any necessary documents and paperwork to make the trip smoother. Finally, I would bring whatever electronics I will need, such as a laptop, cell phone, and any charging cords. That way, I can stay connected with family and friends and not miss a beat.

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You are presented with a list of 15 individuals, including details of their age, sex and occupation. You are being told that a nuclear attack is imminent and you are only allowed to save 5 of them from destruction. Which ones and why?
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I know this is a difficult decision, and my heart goes out to everyone on the list who would not be saved. However, if I am only able to save 5 people, my decision would be based on age and occupation. The five people I would save would be the youngest on the list, as they have the most life ahead of them and their lives are most likely to be positively impacted by intervention. Since I am a medical doctor, the priority of my decision would be to save individuals who have the capacity to help others. So, the four other individuals I would save are those whose occupation is related to providing medical care, first responders, or other essential services. That way, if we are able to evacuate before the nuclear attack, there will be potentially more lives saved, as these professionals would be able to provide medical care and essential services in the aftermath.

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When is it appropriate to participate in assisted suicide of a patient? Why or why not?
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I am of the opinion that assisted suicide, in any form or capacity, should only be considered a last resort as a way to respect the patient's right to die with dignity. A physician should never take lightly the decision to allow a patient to die and should strive to offer other forms of medical intervention or pain management. It is never appropriate to suggest assisted suicide until all other medical options have been exhausted, or the prognosis has been determined by medical professionals to be dire and not curable. Even in such cases, the consent of the patient or the patient's family is required before any form of assisted suicide is even contemplated. The right to die with dignity is an agreement between a doctor and the patient, and it should only be seen as a last resort.

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You are a GP working in a community where the majority of patients have very little education and many are refugees from other nations. What challenges do you foresee?
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As a GP working in a community where the majority of patients have very little education and many are refugees from other nations, I anticipate several challenges. One of the main issues is a lack of trust between patients and their healthcare providers. Refugees may distrust healthcare professionals due to cultural differences and lack of familiarity with the medical system in their new home. Additionally, individuals with little education may be confused by complex medical terminology and struggle to comprehend explanations and instructions. To adequately address these challenges, I believe it is important to approach every patient with compassion resulting in a trusting relationship and to use clear and concise explanations.

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A physician went to vacation for 2 weeks. He did not find another physician to cover him. One of his patients with hypertension developed severe headache. The patient has an appointment with the doctor as soon as he comes back from vacation. The patient did not look for another physician and decided to wait. The patient suddenly collapses and was diagnosed to have intracranial hemorrhage. Is the physician responsible for this patient?
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No, I do not believe the physician in this case is responsible for the patient's intracranial hemorrhage. The patient could have sought medical care from another physician while the doctor was on vacation, but chose not to do so. It would be unfair to blame the doctor who was away on vacation. The patient was ultimately responsible for his own health, and should have taken the necessary precautions if he wanted to ensure his safety when the doctor was not available.

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Your friend tells you that a piece of expensive electronic equipment he had bought for $3000 just two weeks ago had stopped working. The store where he bought it had a 7-day return policy. Your friend goes to the store, buys a new piece of equipment and then returns the old damaged equipment in its place for a full refund. The store is owned by your uncle who is struggling to keep the business going. How would you deal with the situation?
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In this situation, the choices I would make would center on doing what's best for the business and protecting my uncle's financial interests. First, I would encourage my friend to find out what is wrong with their purchased equipment - in case a repair is possible - before purchasing a new replacement. If a repair is not possible and a new model is required, I would still encourage my friend to buy it from the same store owned by my uncle. This way my uncle would at least make a sale and it's possible he may even be able to offer a discount. My uncle would still benefit from the sale, while also safeguarding his return policy. I would make sure to discuss this plan with my friend, to ensure they understand their role in helping to support my uncle's business. Ultimately, I think it's important to keep in mind that this situation is challenging for everyone involved and it is important to act with integrity and empathy.

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In recent years, there has been an increase in popularity of full contact sports, such as Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and boxing. Should doctors have a role in regulating such sports?
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Doctors should certainly have a role in regulating full contact sports such as UFC and boxing. As the healthcare professionals on the front lines of keeping athletes safe, doctors are well positioned to help guide regulations regarding such sports. We can help set standards for safety equipment, monitor and effectively treat concussions and other injuries sustained during fights, and provide medical advice on how to maintain the health of fighters. By working alongside sports governing bodies, doctors can help to keep athletes safe and promote the responsible practice of full contact sports.

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You are shift supervisor at McDonalds fast food restaurant. The owner of the franchise has called you over. He is very upset as he has received 3 complaints in the last 30 minutes about the meat in the hamburgers being poorly cooked. There are two people (one male, one female both 15 years old) who have been cooking the meat for the past two hours. The female is the owner‟s daughter. How would you handle the situation?
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Thanks for the question. As shift supervisor at McDonalds, I have experience dealing with similar situations. When I am confronted with a situation like this, I always take into account the safety of the customers and employees.

The first step I would take is to investigate the situation. I would ask the owner questions to try to understand the exact complaints, like the nature of the issue and who reported them.

Next, I would discuss the concerns with the two employees who were in charge of the hamburger cooking shift to understand the process more thoroughly. I would ask about their process for preparing the meat, what temperature the meat had been cooked to, and if there are any additional safety measures that could be taken.

Depending on the answers, I would then put in place measures to rectify the situation. I would ensure that the customers who complained were provided with satisfactory compensation and that the issue was resolved correctly. I would also look into measures that we could put in place to ensure the same issue does not occur in the future, such as looking into the cooking temperature, staff training and development, and additional safety training.

At the end of the day, safety is always my number one priority. I believe that the best course of action in this case would be to investigate the situation, and then put in place measures to ensure the problem is corrected and doesn't recur. Thank you.

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It has been argued that wait times for organ transplants can be significantly sped up through surgeries and donations from other countries. You are a physician working with a patient who you noticed had recently gone to the Mexico to receive a liver transplant. What are the ethical issues involved?
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Ethical issues involved with a patient receiving an organ transplant from another country include: informed consent, safety standards and regulations, quality of the organ, and reasonable cost.

In the case of informed consent, it is essential that the patient understands the risks and benefits of travelling abroad to receive a transplant, and that they understand that they are taking a risk by travelling outside of their home country, as health regulation and safety can vary.

Regarding safety standards and regulations, it is essential that the patient is aware of the standards and regulations of the countries or organizations they are travelling to receive their transplant from. This includes being aware of how the liver -- or other types of organs -- were initially obtained, and if the donor provided their informed consent for the organs to be transplanted.

Quality of the organ is also an ethical issue, as the patient needs to be aware that the organ they are transplanting may not be up to the same standards as if they had received an organ from their home country.

Finally, reasonable cost is an ethical issue associated with organ transplant. The patient needs to understand the cost of the transplant, and potential additional costs such as travel and accommodations associated, to ensure that the cost is reasonable and not exploitative.

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Imagine your friend‟s 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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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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A patient requests needles and syringes at his/her local pharmacy. They do not present with a prescription, and based on the records you can access, they are not receiving treatment for diabetes. Do you sell the syringes or not?
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I would not sell the syringes without a prescription. Needles and syringes require careful consideration when used outside of standard medical care, and without a medical diagnosis, it is too risky for me to provide them. I understand that a patient may need syringes and needles for a variety of reasons, but I cannot make a judgement call on what may be medically necessary in that instance. It puts both patient and pharmacy at risk of liability if an incorrect determination is made. I would recommend talking to your doctor first to determine the need and get a prescription if necessary.

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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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Is it ethical for doctors to strike? If so, under what conditions?
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The ethicality of striking for physicians is a complex issue. I believe it is ethical for doctors to exercise their right to organize and exert pressure on governments or administrators in certain situations. I believe it should only be done as a last resort within a safe framework: the strike should not impact patient safety. However, the safety of those involved with the strike should also be taken into consideration. A proper assessment of the current situation and potential consequences of the doctor's action before any decision to strike is essential. The strike should also have a clear goal, provide sufficient time for negotiation, end with a reasonable agreement, and work to benefit both parties. All of these conditions must be met before doctors should consider striking as an ethical and legitimate way to address workplace issues and concerns.

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A 17-year old boy lives independently. He is married and has one child. He wants to participate in a medical research study. Does he need his parents‟ permission?
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The answer will depend on the guidelines set forth by the research study that the 17-year-old is interested in participating in. Generally speaking, since he is married and has a child, the 17-year-old is considered to be a legal adult in the eyes of the Canadian government, and therefore does not need his parents‟ permission to participate in the study. That said, I would suggest that the 17-year-old thoroughly review the guidelines set forth by the research study to ensure that he meets all of the necessary requirements and that his participation is in compliance with the regulations of the study.

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You are a third year medical student involved in the research of Dr. A, a senior physician. He is testing the efficacy of a new drug on lowering cholesterol. This drug is not yet known be more effective that existing drugs on the market. He insists that you recruit patients for trials even though the clinical risks of the research are still undefined. What are the issues involved for the patients? For yourself?
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The issues involved for the patients include both clinical and ethical considerations. Clinical considerations include the risks associated with taking an unknown drug and the potential for side effects or other negative outcomes. Ethically, it is important to ensure patients are fully aware of the risks involved and that they are giving their informed consent.

For myself, I would need to ensure that I was upholding the best interests of the patients and was acting responsibly and professionally. I would also need to address any ethical concerns that might arise and conduct myself in a way that reflects the core principles of medical ethics.

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Your best friend tells you he is a compulsive gambler. He has lost all his money and he asks you for a loan in order to buy food, to pay back his loan sharks and then use the rest to try to win it all back. Discuss the broad implications of gambling on society.
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Gambling can have significant implications for society as a whole because it can lead to a range of economic issues. It is possible for excessive gambling to lead to large losses of money, bankruptcy and even homelessness. Depending on the scale of the problem, gambling can have an impact on entire communities when people are unable to make rent payments or purchase food and other necessary items, or when money for large development projects is lost. On a personal level, gambling can cause a range of emotional and psychological issues. People who gamble excessively often damage relationships and lose their ability to resist cravings, leading to a cycle of addictive behavior.

Unfortunately, I cannot provide you with a loan. Lending you money would not be a responsible action because it enables your behavior and keeps you in the cycle of gambling. If I could go back in time, I would have encouraged you to explore ways to take more control of your life. What I can do is provide you with emotional support and guidance. This can include helping you find resources in your community that better address your needs and overall psychological well-being, such as counseling and addiction centers. There are also financial services and advice centers that can provide you with helpful information and support.

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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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In his recent novel „I am Charlotte Simmons‟, Tom Wolfe bases on life at a typical university in North America. He develops various characters and describes their lives, surroundings, beliefs, and moral behaviour while they are at the university. Wolfe acknowledges that it is 40 years since he himself was a student at university. Consequently, his children, currently at university, read the drafts of the book as it was been written and ensured that the descriptions associated with life at this fictitious university were appropriate for the modern day. What changes to the original script do you think Wolfe‟s children made?
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I believe one of the key changes that Wolfe’s children likely made to his script was related to technology. 40 years ago, when Wolfe was a medical student, mobile phones, computers, and the internet were still in their infancy, so much of his original script would have been out of date compared to the way university life looks today. His children probably urged him to make the changes to accurately reflect the modern university experience, where technology plays a huge role in student life, whether it be communication, learning, or even socializing. In addition to this, I believe they also ensured that he correctly captured the social and cultural values of today's university students.

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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 are an emergency room physician at a local hospital. A patient comes in requesting painkillers for his back. Upon reviewing his file, you realize that he frequently comes to the hospital requesting painkillers and he has already capped his prescription for the month. Upon examination, you notice no new injuries to indicate an increase in painkillers. You politely tell patient that you will not increase his dosage or re-fill out another prescription for him. He tells you that he will go and inject himself with heroin right now if he does not get the painkillers. What do you say next? What do you do?
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I would explain to the patient that I understand his predicament, and encourage him to consider other pain management strategies rather than using drugs. I would reassure him that I am here to help him find the most effective and safe treatment plan, and that I am willing to work with him to find a better outcome. Additionally, I would ask him to consider seeking out other resources such as support groups, counseling, or therapy to help him better manage his pain and enable him to find more positive and sustainable methods of relieving his pain. Lastly, I would explain to him that I am here to help, and if he does not feel comfortable discussing the situation with me or getting help elsewhere, then I can provide additional information and help him reach out to the proper resources.

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What is your opinion about stem cell research using fetal tissue?
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Stem cell research using fetal tissue has the potential to bring tremendous benefit to society. For example, it can be used to develop treatments for medical conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and diabetes, and it can also help advance our understanding of diseases like Down syndrome, muscular dystrophy, and birth defects. That said, it is important to ensure that the tissues used are obtained in an ethical manner, so as to avoid any harm to the donor or respect the life of the fetus. I strongly believe that the potential benefits of stem cell research outweigh any ethical concerns, if those concerns are properly addressed.

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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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How would you advise patients who are interested in visiting an acupuncturist or a chiropractor?
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I believe that both acupuncture and chiropractic care can offer patients some great benefits. However, they are not typically offered as medical treatments in the traditional sense, so I advise my patients to first consult with their physician before engaging in either practice. It's always important to make sure that any visit to an acupuncturist or chiropractor is safe and that no conditions exist that may be made worse by the treatment. Additionally, make sure that the practitioner is qualified and experienced in providing those services. Lastly, I would advise patients to discuss their condition with the practitioner and consider their advice before deciding what practice is best for them.

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The government wants to track citizens across the country in order to maintain public safety in the face of growing terrorism. How would you advise the government to do this?
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If the government wants to track citizens across the country to maintain public safety, I believe it is important to do this in a way that respects the privacy of citizens. This can be done through measures such as anonymizing data, limiting data storage to a reasonable time frame, ensuring data security, and regularly reviewing and updating the policy based on developments in public safety and privacy concerns. For example, using biometric data to create a database of citizens can be used to track them but must include safeguards to ensure their data is only used for authorized activities such as locating a suspect. It is also important to communicate the purpose of the data tracking and how citizens can opt out of the database if they choose to do so.

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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 are a cardiologist at a local hospital, who just finished a shift and has a tight run to your daughter's high school graduation ceremony. As you headed off to the door, Jennifer, a patient who knew you well, saw you from the waiting room and grabbed your attention. "Doctor! I have a bad chest pain. Please stay for a bit. I'll feel much better if you were here." Enter the waiting room and talk to Jennifer.
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Hello Jennifer, it's great to see you today. I'm sorry to hear that you are having chest pain, and I wish that I could stay longer and really chat, but I'm on my way to my daughter's high school graduation ceremony. Can you tell me what the pain feels like? Is it sharp, radiating, aching, or something else? What makes it better or worse? How long have you been feeling it? I know that this is a very important moment, and I want to make sure that you are feeling better and taken care of before I go, so what do you think we should do to make sure that you are doing okay?

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You are a young, single doctor working in a small town of 1500. You meet an attractive male/female at the bar that you are interested in. What problems do you foresee?
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I can see a few potential problems that could arise if I pursued a relationship with someone I met at a bar in my small town of 1500.

The biggest issue would be the potential for our relationship to be the subject of gossip, or even worse, malicious rumors, due to the small and close-knit nature of the town. Many people would associate me with my professional role as a doctor and any relationship I had would inevitably be linked to that. I think this would be difficult to deal with, both professionally and personally.

Another issue that I would have to consider is the potential ethical implications if I ended up getting involved with a patient in some capacity. Given the size of the town, it is likely that my romantic partner and I could cross paths in our professional lives. I would need to be very thoughtful about how I manage this situation and consider the potential implications of an inappropriate or unethical relationship.

Finally, my role as a doctor can be very demanding, leaving little time for a relationship. I would need to make sure that I was able to find a balance between my career and my relationships so as not to neglect either of them.

Overall, I think that there are many things to consider when thinking about entering a relationship in a small town, but with the right safeguards in place, I believe it could work.

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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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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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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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