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Ethical discourse about mental health treatment has typically focused on paradigmatic concepts of individual autonomy, competence, paternalism, and appropriate justifications for overriding individual decision-making and restricting individual liberty.What are the three frameworks of ethics?
Three Frameworks. Based upon the three-part division of traditional normative ethical theories discussed above, it makes sense to suggest three broad frameworks to guide ethical decision making: The Consequentialist Framework; The Duty Framework; and the Virtue Framework.What is the a framework for making ethical decisions?
A Framework for Making Ethical Decisions. The Duty Framework In the Duty framework, we focus on the duties and obligations that we have in a given situation, and consider what ethical obligations we have and what things we should never do. Ethical conduct is defined by doing one’s duties and doing the right thing,...What is legal and ethical discourse in mental health policy?
Legal and ethical discourse in mental health policy during the period of deinstitutionalization largely focused on the tension between benevolence and respect for patient autonomy, and on the meaning and normative significance of decisional capacity (Appelbaum, 1994).