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Nursing Considerations in Stem Cell Research
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A 4 page overview of the many considerations entailed by stem cell research. The author contends that nurses are caught up in the issues of stem cell research not only as spectators but also as intermediaries between the world of scientific research and the general public. Nurses have the ethical responsibility to not only understand the ethical and scientific consequences of such research but also to be able to interpret these consequences to their patients. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Officer Behavior And Job Satisfaction
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3 pages in length. The writer briefly discusses the lack of evidence for accusing an officer of stealing and three characteristics of job satisfaction. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TLCjobsatis.rtf

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest: The Ethics of Patient Treatment
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This 5 page paper relates the fact that One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is a perfect example of how NOT to treat patients. The 1975 film addressed the issue of mental illness and the medical community's response. Though the conditions and patient treatment outlined in the film might have been standard practice in the 1960s, they are no longer acceptable methods of addressing mental illness or creating positive patient care. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: MHEthPsy.rtf

Organ Trafficking: Utilitarian, Consequentialist, Kantian and Virtue Ethics Perspectives
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This is a 5 page paper discussing ethical perspectives of why people should not continue with the practice of organ trafficking. The growing need for kidney transplants worldwide has led to an increase in international criminals organizations dealing in organ trafficking. Within the European market, these organizations are “pressuring poor Eastern Europeans into selling their organs” in order to “provide food and shelter for their families”. Unfortunately, there have been reports of dire consequences for the donors whose “state of health generally deteriorates due to a lack of any kind of medical follow-up, [as well as] hard physical work and unhealthy lifestyle” and most donors are sent home after only five days. While the Council of Europe has legal principles which in part state that “the body and its parts shall not be used for financial gain” many states within Europe and other parts of the world either disregard the principle of the Council or have substantial loopholes through which the principle can be ignored. The ethical controversies involving organ selling range from utilitarian, Kantian, virtue ethics, and consequentialist perspectives to name but a few. Many of these involve the idea of freedom of the agent or action in which individuals have the right to sell their body parts if they so desire or under which people have the choice and responsibility to society as a whole to stop the sale and exploitation of the poor within society to aid the rich. Bibliography lists 8 sources
Filename: TJorgan1.rtf

Organ Transplants, Distributive Justice and the Allocation of Scarce Resources
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A 3 page discussion of the dilemma presented in organ transplantation. This paper uses the case of Todd Krampitz who found a way to cut in line and receive an organ before he would have done so had he abided by transplant protocol. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Organizational Responsibility and Ethics
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This 7 page paper focuses on medical ethics and provides examples. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Overview of Research Paper “Damned if You Don’t, Damned if You Do” (Crime Mapping) by Jerry H. Ratcliffe
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This is a 10 page paper giving an overview of the research and conclusions made in the article “Damned if You Don’t, Damned if You Do” by Jerry H. Ratcliffe (2002). The main context for research in this paper is the growing trend in North America about the publication of maps denoting crime with the use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) which are then published on the Internet. The concern for crime is known as an international one, however, the insurgence of crime mapping on the Internet is particularly prominent in North America. Crime maps available on the Internet are becoming increasingly detailed in regards to regions and areas and also increasingly interactive. Crime mapping is particularly favored by law enforcement agencies in the United States as a more cost efficient alternative to the constant dissemination of information previously provided to the public and government agencies. However, inconsistencies in data reporting and technologies could lead to expensive litigation against those agencies posting crime maps. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Parable Of The Sadhu And Lifeboat Ethics
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The Case Against Helping The Poor : This 3 page paper provides a synopsis of each story and discusses. The writer provides comments to compare and contrast the two stories. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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