The Ethics of Plagiarism As a nurse educator, one of my students plagiarized a final paper. The purpose of this paper is to delineate the ethical principles involved in approaching this situation, the ethical decision-making models that have been used in the past, the newer ethical model that I used, including the sources of information that I have considered, and the consequences for the student. Lastly, I will describe why I chose one path of action over other paths.
of an organization, in addition to the welfare and health of the employees of the organization. These responsibilities and roles vary, according to the kind of facility or the circumstances that the security officers may find themselves in. This paper will discuss the role security plays in protecting an organization 's assets in reference to Papa John’s, International, based on David Rydeen’s interview; the national director of safety and security at Papa John’s,
The Ethics of Plagiarism As a nurse educator, one of my students plagiarized a final paper. The purpose of this paper is to delineate the ethical principles involved in this situation, the ethical decision-making models that have been used in the past, the newer ethical model that I used, including the sources of information that I have considered, and the consequences for the student. Lastly, I will describe why I chose one path of action versus other paths.
Why or why not? Consider that there is now a website that helps professors check for plagiarism by comparing student papers with millions of online pages using the top 20 search engines. The system even identifies papers composed of bits and pieces of online text. Does knowing this change your answer to the questions above? (Points : 13) Even in knowing that modern technology has allowed for the development of some
principles to resolve dilemmas in the workplace. Milton (2014) defined ethics as encompassing a methodical approach to decision-making and as a disciplined reflection on the moral choices individuals make. To arrive at an appropriate intervention, nurses and other health care providers must employ an efficient and organized process to identify an ethical dilemma to determine a viable solution (Grand Canyon University [GCU], 2011). This paper will identify an ethical dilemma in a case scenario and
faced with several legal and ethical dilemmas in a daily basis. Besides to the social and legal dilemma it creates, elder abuse, neglect or also known as elder mistreatment is a massive health care crisis that can lead to long term health complications and even death (Fulmer & Greenberg, 2012). The purpose of this paper is to review the literature and examine the nature of elder abuse in relation to its legal and ethical implications. Furthermore, this paper is intended to discuss the causes and
This paper will examine Munchhausen’s Syndrome by Proxy and the surveillance of families, describe and apply relevant principles of beneficence, nonmaleficence, and fidelity from the ANA Code of Ethics, discuss some available resources that might help resolve the dilemma and finally discuss the dilemma outcomes particular to this patient’s situation. Surveillance of Families Munchausen by proxy syndrome
Abstract This paper focuses on a situation involving a patient with poor pain management and barriers towards proper care as well as the resolutions to an ethical dilemma in which a nurse experiences a conflict regarding a cognitively impaired patient. Question of elder abuse also became involved in regards to decisions made by family members along with the patients activated health care proxy. The areas of focus include a review of the literature, a five part analysis of the clinical dilemma, a description
correctional, and police forensic psychology. Professionals working under each of them have unique roles, educational qualifications, responsibilities, ethical challenges, and controversial issues to confront. Similarly, there are various studies and seminal cases that have shaped the sub-specialties in different ways. In most cases, they reflect changes in the criminal justice system in terms of admissibility of expert evidence. The aim of this paper is to investigate each of these sub-specialties
the quality of life that will be available with this drug to the terminally ill patients. Provenge is a not a preventive medicine but is therapeutic and is given after diagnosis of Prostate cancer is confirmed (Stein, 2010). Hence, the ethical dilemma arises whether it is feasible to spend such a large amount to increase life expectancy by four months of a patient who is already affected and terminally ill or whether that amount should be spent on research to find a drug that will prevent prostate