beneficence

  1. doing good; feeling beneficent
  2. the quality of being kind or helpful or generous

Beneficence

• (n.) The practice of doing good; active goodness, kindness, or charity; bounty springing from purity and goodness.
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beneficence

(from the article `bioethics`) ...the behaviour of health care professionals. The first principle, autonomy, entails that health care professionals should respect the autonomous ...
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beneficence

noun the quality of being kind or helpful or generous
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Beneficence

[ethics] Beneficence is a concept in research ethics which states that researchers should have the welfare of the research participant as a goal of any clinical trial. The antonym of this term, maleficence, describes a practice which opposes the welfare of any research participant. The concept that medical professionals and researchers woul...
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Beneficence

[statue] ==History== In 1927 the Muncie Chamber of Commerce proposed the building of a memorial to express gratitude on behalf of Muncie and Ball State University for the Ball Brothers` extensive generosity to the community. The monetary value of the Balls` philanthropies in Muncie totaled $7 million by the time of the monument`s completion...
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Beneficence

Be·nef'i·cence noun [ Latin beneficentia , from beneficus : confer French bénéficence . See Benefice .] The practice of doing good; active goodness, kindness, or charity; bounty springing from purity and goodness. « And whose beneficence no charge exhausts....
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Beneficence

An ethical principle which, when applied to managed care, states that each member should be treated in a manner that respects his or her own goals and values and that managed care organizations and their providers have a duty to promote the good of the members as a group.
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Beneficence

An ethical principle which, when applied to managed care, states that each member should be treated
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beneficence

The ethical principle of doing good. ... Origin: L. Beneficentia, fr. Bene, well, + facio, to do ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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beneficence

the quality of being kind or helpful or generous
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beneficence

the quality of being kind or helpful or generous
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beneficence

Type: Term Pronunciation: be-nef′ĭ-sens Definitions: 1. The ethical principle of doing good.
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beneficence

[n] - doing good 2. [n] - the quality of being kind or helpful or generous
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