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Ethical Issue Facing Health Care Paper.

Find a current issue in a newspaper, magazine, or journal article relating to the objectives for the week, or related to your research ethics paper. Write a paper that discusses the following: a. Describe the issue and the population it most impacts b. Identify any proposed solutions to issue c. Describe how

Pro-Choice Abortion Debate

Using somewhere between 1200-1400 words write a explanation/arqument for each item. Each item SHOULD NOT be 1200-1400 words but when you add them all together be somewhere in this range when done. Please included references if used. Pro-Choice: Mother's reserving the right to terminate a pregnancy . Critical to wome


You are a bachelor level human services professional working as a therapeutic aide (mental health technician) in a community mental health center where you have a client who is 17. He reveals that he has a baby on the way with his current girlfriend; he asks you not to tell his parents about this. He lives with his parents and

Health Care in America

(1) Evaluate at least two different historical perspectives on the delivery of health care in America. How has technology and the lack of developing technology affected these perspectives? (2) Compare and contrast two technological advances that have affected health care delivery in America. (3) How have these changing tec

Future of Healthcare.

1. How has the role of government changed in the U.S. health care system, and what future trends in government involvement do you anticipate? 2. Describe the differences in health care systems for the middle class, the poor, and the elderly. 3. How is health affected by behaviors, economics, and social structure? 4. Des

Ethics and Legal Issues in Healthcare Organizational Policy

In your next manager meeting you will be discussing the following topic. Write down your position on this issue so you are ready for the meeting: a. Healthcare organizations should get rid of employees that do not match their organizational culture. b. In your answer discuss any potential legal or ethical issues that might

Consent to terminate care

Discuss the ethical implications of the Terri Schiavo case. Be sure to identify and discuss competing rights and interests as well as applicable ethical theories and principles. Also, discuss the right of the husband versus her parents in the context of consent to terminate care.

Reproductive Rights, Assisted Reproductive Technology

By now we are all have some familiarity with the case of Nadya Suleman who, in January 2009, gave birth to octuplets at a Kaiser Permanente facility in Bellflower, California. When news of the birth first came out there was great excitement and anticipation about the mother and the family. As more information surfaced about th

The Ethics of the Human Geome Project and Cloning

Please respond to the following scenario. Provide a brief answer with your opinion on the matter. The year is 2012 and as a result, of The Human Genome Project and others, cloning of human beings is possible. You have taken a strong stand that generalized cloning of human beings is ethically and morally wrong. Unfortunately,

Ethical Decision Making: Ethical Theories and Principles

Consider Alex, an x-ray technology student who has never performed procedures on emergency room patients. As part of his training Alex is rotating through the emergency room and has been asked to take x-rays of the head and neck of an alert yet seriously injured patient Mr. Hanson. The x-ray supervisor/instructor, Ms. Dubois,

Ethics are debated.

Some believe that ethics is "saying and doing what is right - at the time." Some believe in "eternal ethics" - which holds that regardless of time and place, conduct and behavior is either ethical or unethical. What do you think? Which do you agree with?

Healthcare Ethics

Is it reasonable or wise to ask those committed to preserving and extending life to act as thanatologists? Must physicians meet their patient's demands for aid in dying through active mean? Have patientss who cannot assist in suicide a right to voluntary active Euthanasia? Please include references.

Health Care Ethics

Are laws and regulations the problem or the solution in addressing ethical problems? How do moral philosophies and principles provide the ethical framework for the delivery of health services by individuals and organizations? How do moral philosophies provide the foundation for health care managers to develop their own per

Health care Ethics are examined.

What ethical principles most guide your organization's decision-making when a conflict arises? What is the sphere of influence of your organization's Ethics Committee?

Community Program Plans

What is the need for the program mission statement, goals, and program objectives to "fit" the target population? Why should program planners be concerned with program goals/objectives/ that have been developed by health care professions only?

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?

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?

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.