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    Title of Paper: Ethical Dilemma One INTRODUCTION Mrs. Smith, is an 81-year-old widow. She has been widowed for over twenty years. She has been very independent with some assistance from neighbors due to her son living out of the area and unable to assist. Recently, she has had issues with her independence. She has set two accidental fires that caused damages to her apartment, as well as had a recent fall in the bathtub. These issues have gained her son’s attention which has led him to request

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    An Ethical Analysis of Kardell Paper Company Decision Executive Summery The Board of directors of Kardell Paper Company should accept the installation of the new processing technology witch protects the environment by refining the company's waste water .Implementing this new technology will increase the company's long- term profitability and reputation by providing enough power and ability to compete and operate efficiently in the future market. This ethical solution is offered, after analyzing

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    The primary sources for the facts about the ethical case above are from governmental factsheets. Apparently, the government has established rules and laws which focus on ensuring a comfortable workplace environment for all employees in an organization. The government has done so by outlining the minimum workplace requirement that managers must follow to ensure equality and fairness for the employees. Ethical Analysis The central moral issue addressed, in this case, includes the provision of a

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    Ethical competence is the key distinguisher between simply having skills and having a true sense of professionalism.Ethical competence can also be defined in terms of moral judgment, character willingness to do good, strength, and ethical awareness. Ethical competence results in the best possible solutions for the patient reduced moral distress at work (PARN 2015). Ethical competence is closely associated with the concept of emotional competence, which determines how well we handle ourselves and

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    Analysis of Ethical Dilemma Grand Canyon University NRS-437V Ethical Decision Making in Health Care Analysis of Ethical Dilemma Natural calamities are unpredictable phenomena’s where the damage may be countless and immeasurable examples of natural calamities are earthquakes, floods and famine. In situations like this relief operations are challenging even though many organizations and nations extend their resources to overcome the disaster. We often face issues and concerns in a massive

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    Everyone has a personal ethics code that they live by whether they acknowledge it or not. Basically, personal ethics are your sense of right and wrong. It is your morals and values that define you as a person. Personal ethics are determined by each individual as to how they choose to live their life and differ from professional ethics which are defined by an organization; however a professional environment will also demand some aspects of personal ethics as well. I strongly feel that someone with

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    As stated in chapter 12 page 353 Ethical Issues and Analysis: Given this normative basis, human dignity and justice can form the foundation ethical principles for health care reform. Human Dignity places the value of the person at the center of health care decision making, and justice provides a basis for developing health care delivery processes and structures so that health care resources can be used in a way that benefits all persons. Moreover, both human dignity and justice tie directly to the

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    As we are moving in to a society of more and more people being diagnosed with some form of mental disability, the ethical boundaries that are set as a guide line for professionals are just that. A guide line. The article “The Conversation Continues… Historic Shifts in the Debate on Ethical Boundaries.” Ofer Zur uses real life scenarios about roads we as professionals might travel while dealing with clients in the Human Service industry. Zur really makes us look in to our own personal beliefs when

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    Running Head: Ethical Analysis Paper When Patient Care Conflicts with Moral, Ethical, and Legal Boundaries Ethical Analysis Paper NURS 4080 Trends and Issues Austin Peay State University Gregory A. Wood March 18, 2005 When Patient Care Conflicts with Moral, Ethical, and Legal Boundaries There are many situations that cause ethical dilemmas in the scope of nursing practice. One such situation that is encountered repeatedly is that in which a patient has no living will or advance directive

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    My recommendation is the third option, to publicly oppose the legislation. This is the most ethical route to take so that systems of oppression are not created from law. The moral essence of the laws demands oppositions from those that value liberty. Throughout the ethical analysis I reasoned with defending others from oppression and preventing the government from gaining too much power. An underlying theme for my reasoning came down to the guiding value of my moral compass again, humility. Through

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