Making Moral Arguments

 
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Making Moral Arguments

This week’s lesson covered four different moral theories. In your assignment for this week, you will be working with a group to describe the four moral theories:

Use the following moral theory:

·  Deontology

Create a Google Slides document that allows for collaboration across the group.

Each member of the group will be responsible for outlining and explaining one moral theory. Color code your individual contributions using slides with different colored backgrounds.

Your slides should contain at least the following:

·  A description of the moral theory you have chosen.

·  An explanation of the decision-making procedure that it describes.

·  An application of the decision-making procedure to a specific moral issue of practical relevance (e.g. the morality of telling a lie).

·  An evaluation of the merits or demerits of the moral theory. Does it offer a plausible account of right/wrong action? Are there any problems that it faces? What are these problems?

You should be as detailed as possible when putting together your presentation. Your presentation should contain an introductory slide, which should contain the name of the group members and the details of their contributions.

When turning in your presentations, each member of the group will submit the entire group’s final presentation as a single document.

View your assignment rubric.

 
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Module 3 – Discussion: TED Talk

 
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Module 3 – Discussion: TED Talk 

Empty theatre with stage and red curtain.

“The TED style is effective because it’s consistent with how our brains are wired to receive information.” – Carmine Gallo

According to its website, TED is a nonprofit organization “devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks. TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment, and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages” (TED, 2016, Our organization (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.). Since establishing a presence online in 2006, TED Talks are commonly heralded as presentations that resonate; in fact, these online presentations have been viewed more than one billion times.

Instructions

Step One – Find a TED Talk: To analyze a TED presentation, start by finding one that resonates with you. TED.com (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. allows you to search by topic or by speaker. Watch a few speeches until you find one that grabs your attention within the first 30 seconds and keeps you hooked from start to finish. Any TED or TEDx Talk will work for this assignment. Important Note: Please do not select a “Best of the Web” talk, as these presentations were not delivered on the TED stage.

Step Two – Take Notes: Begin your analysis by taking notes while you watch your chosen TED Talk from start to finish for the first time. What are the strengths of the presentation? What are the weaknesses?Step Three – Develop an Analysis: After completing Steps One and Two, watch your TED Talk a second time. Create a thorough analysis of your chosen presentation by addressing the following five prompts in detail:

  1. Identify the speaker, the title, and the purpose of the TED Talk.
  2. Describe the storytelling in the TED Talk. What are the primary stories told? Where are these stories (introduction, body, conclusion)? Do the stories keep the audience engaged?
  3. How does the TED Talk begin and end? Describe the techniques used to grab the audience’s attention in the introduction and to resonate with the audience in the conclusion.
  4. Describe the speaker’s use of the following from Chapter 8: examples, statistics, testimony, and oral citations. Is the speech well supported overall? Which of these forms of support works best for the audience?
  5. On a scale from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest), rate the TED Talk overall. Describe why you assigned that numerical rating.

Be sure to post your Original Post by the 4th day of the module week.

 
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Proposed Research

 
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Your first task is to post your own Unit 5 Individual Project summary to the discussion area so that other students are able to review your plan. Attach your document to the main discussion post, and include any notes that you feel are appropriate. The purpose of this assignment is to help improve the quality of the Unit 5 Individual Project that you will complete next week.

Include a summation of your preliminary data results.

Topic:   

How customers feel about grocery delivery vs. in-store shopping

·The business and organizational problem or topic

· The problem statement

· The research strategy that you used to explore the problem

· 1 research question or hypothesis

· Your rationale for selecting your proposed research strategy

· 1 research instrument that you will use to collect data

· A copy of the questionnaire or survey

· A section on ethical considerations for your project

· Your sample population

· Your measurement strategy

In other words, put in outline form detailed enough for me and your fellow students to know what you are doing. Everything except for your results and analysis.

 
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Malpractice

 
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The final case study for this course will require you to analyze a court decision in which a physician was found liable for medical malpractice. You will focus on facts pertaining to the medical standard of care, breach of care, and causation, and you will explain how they were applied to law. You will then use the facts of the case to identify an ethics issue and determine an ethical theory that would help provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient. Next, you will apply a clinician–patient shared decision-making model to describe how the ethics issue could be resolved. You will also include a discussion about possible violations of the code of ethics in your given field. Lastly, you will augment or vary the facts of the case to create a hypothetical scenario that changes the outcome so that the physician is no longer liable for medical malpractice. 

For this milestone, you will start working on the case for Final Project I: Malpractice. Below is is a link to the case you will investigate. This link is also provided in the Final Project I Guidelines and Rubric document. 

Surgery:  Iturralde v. Hilo Medical Center USA 

Prompt: In this milestone, you will complete part of your analysis of the malpractice case. Using this analysis of the case, you will address the facts pertaining to the medical standard of care, breach of care, and causation. 

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: 

I. Introduction: A. Summarize the case, including information on the stakeholders involved, the problem, and the time period the incident occurred. 

II. Medical Malpractice Component: In this section, you will evaluate the case to address the legal components, the malpractice policies similar to this case, and the standard of care given to the patient and how it was breached. Then, you will draw connections to how this malpractice case impacted stakeholders and healthcare consumers outside of the case. 

A. Explain the key legal components of the case, including the nature of the issue and the rules that applied.

 B. Determine relevant malpractice policies in place for addressing the issues within the case. 

C. Analyze the malpractice case for the standard of care provided to the victim. Be sure to apply what the law states about standard of care to support whether or not it was breached in the case.

 D. Analyze how the malpractice case would impact healthcare consumers from different cultural backgrounds. For example, would this case have a similar impact on a person from a culture different from the one in the case? How could this incident change the views of these healthcare consumers toward the healthcare system? 

E. Assess the malpractice case for accountability based on its severity. To what extent was the healthcare provider held accountable? 

  paper should be a 2- to 3-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three sources cited in APA format. 

ORIGINAL WORK ONLY  

 
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