Case Study on Biomedical Ethics in the Christian Narrative

Case Study on Biomedical Ethics in the Christian Narrative

19 May 0

Case Study on Biomedical Ethics in the Christian Narrative Grand Canyon University: PHI-413V The purpose of this paper is to analyze principalism and explain the meaning of the four principle approach autonomy, nonmaleficenece, beneficence and justice according to this author’s understanding then, each principle will be apply to the case study “Healing and Autonomy” provided […]

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Benchmark – Patient’s Spiritual Needs :Case Analysis

Benchmark – Patient’s Spiritual Needs :Case Analysis

19 May 0

Benchmark – Patient’s Spiritual Needs: Case Analysis PHI-413V Ethical Decision Making and Patient Autonomy As I have said in my previous paper, it remains unclear as to how much James is involved in the deliberation in these decisions. If it is truly Mike who is making these decisions without James, then it is a clear […]

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Healing and Autonomy Case Study

Healing and Autonomy Case Study

19 May 0

Healing and Autonomy Case Study Grand Canyon University: PHI-413V Healing and Autonomy Case Study It this case study, readers are presented with the scenario of James, an eight-year old with end stage renal disease (ESRD) who requires a kidney transplant in order to save his life. The child had suffered a strep throat infection which […]

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Case Study: Death and Dying

Case Study: Death and Dying

19 May 0

Case Study: Death and Dying Grand Canyon University: PHI-413V Case Study: Death and Dying People all over the world believe in different faiths that have different ideas and beliefs about life. Healthcare professionals need to be aware of these different faiths so that they can provide spiritual care for their patients. “The spiritual care recognizes, […]

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PHI 413V Benchmark – Patient’s Spiritual Needs- Case Analysis

PHI 413V Benchmark – Patient’s Spiritual Needs- Case Analysis

19 May 0

Benchmark – Patient’s Spiritual Needs: Case Analysis Grand Canyon University: PHI 413V Benchmark – Patient’s Spiritual Needs: Case Analysis Patient’s Decision and Autonomy in Ethics It remains unclear, if James was included in the decision-making of his care. Before the decline of his health, he was fully healthy and capable to understand the extent of […]

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CASE STUDY: Fetal Abnormality and Moral Status

CASE STUDY: Fetal Abnormality and Moral Status

19 May 0

CASE STUDY: Fetal Abnormality and Moral Status Grand Canyon University: PHI413V Case Study: Fetal Abnormality Ethics is a moral principle that decides how a person behaves and act (Dictionary.com, 2017). Throughout nursing career, our moral status is daily questioned, as we commit ourselves to serve others, while performing our duties in health and healing (Shelly […]

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Worldview Analysis And Personal Inventory

Worldview Analysis And Personal Inventory

19 May 0

Worldview Analysis and Personal Inventory Grand Canyon University: PHI-413V-0500 Worldview Analysis and Personal Inventory Many of the beliefs that health care and nursing profession hold are Christian values and have made the practice of medicine what it is since the beginning of time. All the human population hold some type of belief and worldview. All […]

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World View Analysis and Personal Inventory

World View Analysis and Personal Inventory

19 May 0

World View Analysis and Personal Inventory Grand Canyon University: PHI-413V World View Analysis and Personal Inventory You can heal yourself! As this well-received topic is surfacing in today’s health care all over the world, it comes with a promise of astonishing results, as it encourages and empowers people to take ownership of their own health. […]

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PHI 413V Week 4 DQ 2

PHI 413V Week 4 DQ 2

16 October 0

PHI-413V Week 4 DQ 2 Reflect on the analysis of the sin of suicide and thus, euthanasia from the topic readings. Do you agree? Why or why not? Refer to the lecture and topic readings in your response. Personally, I do agree that “suicide is morally wrong because they have seen in it a contradiction […]

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PHI 413V spiritual care

PHI 413V spiritual care

15 October 0

PHI 413V What is your definition of “spiritual care?” How does it differ or accord with the description given in the topic readings? Explain. Personally, I believe spiritual care is utilized religious power to satisfy individual spiritual needs and the final goal is to aim people reach physical and spiritual health (holistic health). In addition, […]

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