1. According to the video, which of the following is NOT a reason given in support of a right of conscientious objection for healthcare providers? Doctors have devoted themselves to helping others and should therefore be trusted and respected. They should not be forced to do things they find uncomfortable or unpleasant just because these things are indicated by “standards of care.” Providers from historically disadvantaged and marginalized groups—who are least likely to have their perspectives reflected in the “standards of care”—are most likely to face situations where following these standards means violating core convictions. Without the right of conscientious objection, fewer people with deep values and integrity will become doctors. This would likely lead to shortages of quality providers, especially providers able to build trust within underrepresented communities. Denying providers this right only serves to encourage conformity while discouraging the critical engagement of diverse perspectives and the testing of alternatives needed to root out biases and facilitate progress within healthcare. Correct! Wrong!