Codes of Ethics

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1. Give a full day's labor for a full day's pay; giving to the performance of his duties his ____ effort and best thought.

  a. good

  b. best

  c. earnest

  d. normal

2. Seek to find and employ more efficient and ____ ways of getting tasks accomplished.

  a. economical

  b. friendly

  c. simple

  d. short

3. What about cheating? ______________

  a. never

  b. seldom

  c. rarely

  d. when you can safely

4. Expose ____ wherever discovered.

  a. dishonesty

  b. corruption

  c. lying

  d. all 3

5. Gene therapy could be targeted to egg and sperm cells (germ cells), however, which would allow the inserted gene to be passed on to future generations. This approach is known as _________ gene therapy.

  a. spermline

  b. eggline

  c. Insertive

  d. germline

6. Current gene therapy research has focused on treating individuals by targeting the therapy to body cells such as bone marrow or blood cells. This type of gene therapy _________be passed on to a person’s children.

  a. can

  b. seldom can

  c. cannot

  d. sometimes can

7. Public health should address principally the fundamental ___ of disease and requirements for health, aiming to prevent adverse health outcomes.

  a. issues

  b. symptoms

  c. causes

  d. healing agents

8. Public health programs and policies should be implemented in a manner that _________ enhances the physical and social environment.

  a. do

  b. most

  c. normally

  d. generally

9. Public health institutions should ensure the _______ competence of their employees.

  a. social

  b. economic

  c. professional

  d. ethical

10. For the code to be truly useful it must ___ disseminated

  a. not be

  b. be carefully

  c. be

  d. be broadly