Tag Archives: ethics

Beyond the Classroom: Ethics in the Healthcare Industry

Students in the Applied Ethics class at Globe University-Minneapolis recently had the opportunity to examine ethical obligations and considerations in a healthcare setting. Jessica Adams, charge nurse in Regions Hospital’s Post Anesthesia Unit, spoke at length with the students on various ethical concerns often encountered in healthcare. “Jessica’s visit to the Applied Ethics class challenged
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How Students Benefit from HIPAA ‘Violations’

Used syringes, open specimen containers, and even patient files were found scattered around a classroom at Globe University-La Crosse. Why so much disarray? To create a memorable hands-on learning experience for students. Student Detectives Find Violations Students in Ree Nae Roberge-Greene’s Ethics class were sent into a medical assisting classroom set up as a clinic
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Paralegal Students Host Legal Seminar

A blog by Denise Harris, JD,Paralegal Program Chair, Globe University – Wausau Campus Paralegal students at Globe University had an opportunity to network while providing a benefit to local attorneys.  The Ethics class chose to host a one credit ethics seminar as a Service Learning project. The timing could not have been better to hold
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Is it the methods or the targets that make a hacker unethical?

I recently ran into a very interesting discussion on a LinkedIn group that I belong to called the “Legal IT Network”. The question that starts the discussion is – “Is it the methods or the targets that make a hacker unethical?” The question has risen because of a “patriotic” hacker who has recently been attacking
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