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Running head: NORMATIVE THEORIES 1
Normative Theories
Vanessa McAndrew
Capella University

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NORMATIVE THEORIES 2
Normative Theories
Introduction
Making ethical decision involves understanding the differences between doing the wrong
and the right things. One needs to gather information before making any moral choices. Before
making ethical decisions, it is essential to eradicate unethical options to reach the best ideal
option. Depending on people's beliefs, ethical actions can be considerably different, or they can
arrive at similar results but for distinctive reasons (Normative Ethical Theories, 2016). This
paper aims at analyzing a particular ethical decision in a difficult scenario and with the
application of Mill and Kant ethical theories.
Explanation
Similar scenarios to the one in question are common in today’s society. Though it is
unfortunate, it happens many times. In essence, when a guardian or parent works in a post that
gives them access to secure and private data several ethical issues arise. A person who feels that
the confidentiality of the patient can be breached because they think it is their sole responsibility
to secure their children do not understand that many things can be harmful to the families of the
children in school, patient, job preservation of the employee, as well as the clinic’s legal safety.
The qualities that are essential for reaching an ethical decision should be as follows. First,
it is my sole duty to safeguard the confidentiality of the patient. When is began working, I signed
a form agreeing to protect the patient’s confidentiality. It is, therefore, a part of my
responsibilities to protect the clinic from any lawsuit that could arise from breaching such
agreements. As a parent, I can always transfer my child to another school, if I feel that my child
is in grave danger as an individual preference. However, as just an employee in the clinic and not
necessarily a psychiatrist, I may not understand the reason the antipsychotic medicines are being

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Running head: NORMATIVE THEORIES Normative Theories Vanessa McAndrew Capella University 1 NORMATIVE THEORIES 2 Normative Theories Introduction Making ethical decision involves understanding the differences between doing the wrong and the right things. One needs to gather information before making any moral choices. Before making ethical decisions, it is essential to eradicate unethical options to reach the best ideal option. Depending on people's beliefs, ethical actions can be considerably different, or they can arrive at similar results but for distinctive reasons (Normative Ethical Theories, 2016). This paper aims at analyzing a particular ethical decision in a difficult scenario and with the application of Mill and Kant ethical theories. Explanation Similar scenarios to the one in question are common in today’s society. Though it is unfortunate, it happens many times. In essence, when a guardian or parent works in a post that gives them access to secure and private data several ethical issues arise. A person who feels that the confidentiality of the patient can be breached because they think it is their sole responsibility to secure their children do not understand that many things can be harmful to the families of the children in school, patient, job preservation of the employee, as well as the clinic’s legal safety. The qualities that are essential for reaching an ethical decision should be as follows. First, it is my sole duty to safeguard the confidentiality ...
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