What factors need to be considered when determining whether or not identified actions are within the domain of nursing practice? Be sure to cite current literature in your response.
5th Entry – Creative Nonfiction: In the preface to nonfiction (p. 2803 of your text), the editors tell us that creative nonfiction illustrates that “no direct duplication of reality is possible in language, that all writing is affected by the author’s point of view” (Baym et al, 2014, p. 2803). Do you think that is true? Can there such a thing as a truly reliable narrator? Consider the excerpt from Danticat’s Brother, I’m Dying that you read this week as you prepare a response to this question. How is this point made (or not) in Danticat’s writing?
Debate the question: “Is health care a basic right in the United States?” Answer this question through the lens of your role as RN. Support your response utilizing ethical theories and principles. Respond to two other classmates using respectful communication and solid reasoning. Support your response with appropriate references.
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What is the Christian concept of the imago Dei? How might it be important to health care, and why is it relevant?
Each student will select one technology application and describe its use within nursing in general or in patient education. Address the significance of the selected technology, attributes of the selected technology (i.e., accuracy, cost, accessibility, etc.), and provide specific examples with rationale of situations in which the technology application as an educational tool would provide advantages as well as disadvantages. In addition, relate the use of the selected technology application to the appropriate professional standards and competencies.
This assignment may be completed in one of the following formats (with quantitative criteria) listed below:
APA-formatted paper (1,000-1,250 words)
PowerPoint presentation with comprehensive speakers’ notes (12-15 slides)
In addition to the course materials, you are required to use a minimum of three current scholarly, peer-reviewed sources for references (less than 5 years old).
APA style/ 250 words
MUST use Pence, G. E., (2017). Medical Ethics: Accounts of Ground-breaking Cases. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. As a source.
Take a stance in the debate towards animal research
A. Dr. Nguyen is right. Most animal rights advocates are irrational at best, and antiscience at worst. They are not experts in the medical field, yet they act as if they are. We are not testing on animals for enjoyment. If it were not necessary and yielding results, we would not be doing it.
B. I agree with Dr. Miller. He is not advocation that all research be abolished, rather that we take a closer look at what we are doing and what tests are necessary. If we can stop animal suffering and throwing away innocent lives unnecessarily, we ought to do so. We can proceed from a scientific standpoint, take a middle ground, and change attitude like that of the AMA. In the process of changing minds, we can hopefully save a lot of animal lives as well.
Also briefly touch on The Animal Welfare Act