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Love on Campus: An Exploration of Campus Policies that Attempt to Regulate Relationships Between Students and Faculty
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A 4 page overview of the boundary problems that are inherent in relationships between students and professors. Using an October 1, 2003 article titled "Love on Campus: Trying to Set Rules for the Emotions" (written by Sara Rimer and published in the New York Times) as a basis for the discussion, this paper delves into the professional literature on boundary issues to more fully explore this problem. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPdatePr.rtf

MacIntyre, Dependent Rational Animals
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An 6 page essay that summarizes and analyzes Alasdair MacIntyre’s Dependent Rational Animals, Why Human Beings Need the Virtues, which calls for the development of a "distinctive" set of virtues, which are constructed not only on acknowledgment of humanity’s rational nature, but also on the fact that human beings are part of the animal kingdom and dependent on each other in various ways throughout the life span. This paper discusses MacIntyre’s thesis in details and then offers the reasons why this writer/tutor agrees, but also feels that MacIntyre left out a major area of ethical philosophy that encompasses precisely the virtues that he calls for in his book. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khmacdep.rtf

Making Ethical Decisions
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This 3 page paper looks at the ethical decision-making process. How should ethical decisions be made? Two models are discussed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA314eth.rtf

Managed Health Care & Physician: Traditional legal fiduciary duty or limited duty of fidelity?
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(20pp) Managed health care has presented problems to both physician and patient. This discussion examines major issues and possible changes. Including analyzing the nature of the duty of physician -patent relationship between a traditional legal fiduciary duty and a limited duty of fidelity. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: BBmcoPhy.doc

Media Ethics: Enron
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7 pages in length. The Enron debacle clearly illustrates how establishing and maintaining corporate ethics is the cornerstone to continued success, both on a personal and professional level. Constant nurturing of moral judgment and a specific code of ethics are necessary in order to perpetuate the positive image required to uphold such policy. The five primary elements of such nurturing include having a clear and concise forthrightness, which is substantiated by culture; appropriate and applicable conformity with regard to difficult situations; managerial involvement and awareness on ethics issues; a nurturing program that is wholeheartedly supported by top management; and staff involvement. These concepts, which are both interrelated and individual at the same time, represent a complete quest toward ethical decision-making. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCMedEthEnr.rtf

Medical Ethical Dilemma - Stem Cell Research
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This 7 page paper begins with an explanation of what a stem cell is and why it is so valuable. The writer reports some of the diseases stem cells can cure and/or prevent and discusses the progress in stem cell research. This is followed by a discussion of the ethical dilemma with this type of research and concludes with the need for the U.S. to remain competitive. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: PGstmc2.RTF

Medical Ethics - Doing Good
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A 6 page paper that discusses medical ethics in general and beneficence or doing good in particular. The thesis is that health care professionals should be concerned exclusively with doing as much good as possible. Five ethical principles are identified and explained. The fact that one is often at odds with another is also discussed, such as beneficence and nonmaleficence or autonomy and beneficence. The writer concludes that doing as much good as is possible is not an easy principle to live by. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGmedet.rtf

Medical ethics and case study
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A paper which considers medical ethics with regard to professional codes of practice and Seedhouse's Ethical Grid, with reference to a specific case study.
Filename: JLradiog.rtf


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