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Autonomy vs beneficence: Shared decision making in allergy
Question 1. Choose the correct answer: In addition to the standard 4 pillars of ethical practice there is an additional principle which should be included. It is?
Question 2. Choose the correct answer: Deontology is?
Question 3. Choose the correct answer: Prescribing treatment which does not have approved use in infants is?
Question 4. Choose the correct answer: Concerning beneficence and autonomy
Truth in transition – can clinical guidelines carry the load?
Question 5. Choose the correct answer: The AGREE II tool evaluates the credibility of the guideline process. One of the factors in the tool is whether all relevant stakeholders have been included in the guideline panel and decision process.
Question 6. Clinical guidelines require rigorous methods and processes. Which one of the below is NOT a correct process for the development of a clinical guideline?
Question 7. In a clinical practice guideline it is stated that it is worth considering sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) for patients with allergic rhinitis, sensitised to house dust mites, and with persistent asthma symptoms not controlled on medium dose inhaled corticosteroids, but with an FEV1 >70% of predicted. The evidence is rated as B. A 2020 Cochrane systematic review included in the guideline identified 66 studies on SLIT for patients with asthma but concluded that the evidence for important outcomes such as exacerbations or quality of life was too limited to draw useful conclusions. Which of the following is most correct?
Question 8. In an individual trial on SLIT in asthma quoted in a guideline, the patient drop-out rate was about 25%. Which of the following is most correct:
Relationships between health professionals and the pharmaceutical industry: achieving a balance
Question 9. Choose the correct answer: A set of conditions in which professional judgement concerning a primary interest (such as patients’ welfare) is unduly influenced by a secondary interest (such as financial gain) is termed:
Question 10. Choose the correct answer: Which of the following is of greatest concern in influencing doctors’ prescribing behaviours?
Question 11. Choose the correct answer: Which of the following interactions between industry and professional medical associations is considered ethically acceptable?
Question 12. Choose the correct answer: Which of the following does not pose a concern for industry sponsored clinical trials?
The unexplored possibilities, perceptions and ethical implications of gene-editing allergic diseases: Engaging stakeholders in South Africa
Question 13. Choose the correct answer: The most cost-effective and accurate gene-editing tool currently is?
Question 14. Choose the correct/true statement:
Question 15. Choose the correct answer: The stakeholders of gene-editing are
Question 16. Choose the correct answer: Recently the WHO released the following documents about gene-editing.
Occupational Contact Dermatitis in Spray Painters
Question 17. Choose the correct answer: When assessing a spray painter for occupational contact dermatitis, a medical practitioner should pay considerable attention to the following:
Question 18. Choose the correct answer: The most effective way to prevent ongoing occupational contact dermatitis in spray painters is:
Question 19. Choose the correct answer: For effective identification of the causative agent(s) and management of occupational contact dermatitis, the physician must do the following:
Question 20. Choose the correct answer: With regards to management of a worker with occupational contact dermatitis, the employer has the following obligations