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    Health Care Ethics

    Government and health care roles

    1. Discuss the role of the federal, state and local legislation related to health care? How to the three levels compare, both in similarities and differences? 2. How has nursing become more involved and able to influence policy development in the current health care environment?

    Communication issues

    1. How do you create trust and respect in communication with clients and staff? 2. Do you find giving feedback difficult? Why or why not? Do you find receiving feedback difficult? Why or why not? 3. Are you conscious of your own communication style? What is it? This job lists personal ideas.

    Values, ethics and law

    What is the relationship between values, ethics, and law? What are the differences? How do values impact culture and how do values impact corporate culture?

    Goals in Clinical Ethics

    1. What are some of the goals associated with clinical ethics? 2. How do your values/ethics influence the care that you give or your actions in the work environment? 3. What is your understanding of the effects of managed care on health care resources in your environment? List references.

    Breast Cancer

    Chronic disease (Breast cancer) Chronic disease (Breast cancer).. Please in 1,050 to 1,400-word, using a minimum of two outside sources, address the following: a. Define the chronic disease. b. Explain risk factors and incidence. c. List symptoms. d. Describe the impact of nutrition and exerci

    Pluripotent Stem Cell Research

    Please help me with BRIEF depate type answers to the following questions. 1. Are stem cells from embryo morally protected entities, or are they more like other disposable tissues gleaned from the human body? 2. How can it be considered moral to take cells form an early embryo if the cells can still develop into a viable fetus?

    You are a paramedic arriving at an emergency scene.

    You are a paramedic arriving at an emergency scene. A group of scouts have entered a cave that is now filling with water. They were led into the cave by a rather large scoutmaster. Unfortunately, while leading them out of the cave, the scoutmaster somehow managed to get stuck in a narrow opening with only his head and shoulders

    Medical research on human beings

    Could you please help me to find the advantages and disadvantages of medical research on human beings and identify ethical dilemmas. The study I am doing is on the Tuskegee syphilis study which was the subject of Congressional Hearings in 1973.

    Beneficial Alliances

    Hello I would like assistance with answering the following question thank you. Are there alliances that are compatible with each other? What would have been their motivation to succeed?

    Promoting a Team's Effectiveness and Efficiency

    1. A new team (such as a committee) made up of physicians, nurses, finance directors, and social workers has been formed. What would the manager/leader do to promote the team's effectiveness and efficiency?

    Making Good Decisions Without Critical Thinking

    Is it possible to make good decisions without thinking critically? Why or why not? How can one determine when short-term or long- term goals should drive a decision? What is the relationship between critical-thinking and ethics.

    Intra/Inter Organizational Coordination

    What are the differences between intra- and inter-organizational coordination in health care organizations? What can a manager do to achieve each type of coordination?

    Role of physicians in shaping future healthcare

    Hello I would like assistance with answering the following question. 1. Should physicians play a role in deciding what strategies a health care organization should take in the future? Why or why not? What role should other leaders/managers in the health care organization play? Are there different strategies/alternatives

    Future Ethical Challenges

    What do you perceive as being the BIGGEST ethical challenges facing health care managers in the future. Please justify answer. Thanks

    Options with Conflicting Ethics

    What are managers or employees options when there is conflict between an interest of patients versus the organization's mission?

    Measurement and improvement processes - Pharmaceuticals company

    Organization selected for the project is a Pharmaceuticals company. I need help in finding information for section 6 (Measurement process) and 7 (Improvement process). If you could give me some ideas and push me in the right direction, I would greatly appreciate it. Select a health care organization and write a plan for wha

    Ethical Approaches

    In addition to using some component of Feminist theory (i.e Gilligan), use one of the philosophical systems below to define an ethical approach to providing medical care to the uninsured. Kantian Ethics - First Principles Natural Law -Teleological Ethics - Purpose and Nature of Things Utilitarianism or Consequential Et