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1. Code of Ethics

1.1. Core Values

1.1.1. Equality

1.1.2. Justice

1.2. Ethical Principles

1.2.1. Fidelity

1.2.2. Nonmaleficence

2. Possible Courses of Action

2.1. Confront

2.1.1. Positive

2.1.2. Negative

2.2. Report

2.2.1. Positive

2.2.2. Negative

2.3. Stay Silent

2.3.1. Positive

2.3.2. Negative

3. What is the problem?

3.1. Ethical Dilemma or Moral Distress?

3.2. Moral distress

3.3. Ethical Dilemma

4. Stakeholders

4.1. Nancy

4.2. Philip

4.3. Reina

4.4. Conference committee

4.5. State occupational therapy association

5. Additional Knowledge

5.1. Civil Rights Act of 1964: Title VII

5.2. U.S. Code Title 42, Chapter 21

6. Chosen Course of Action

6.1. Report the committee to the state occupational therapy association

7. References