HLT 312V Ethics For Health Care Professionals Entire Course

HLT 312V Ethics For Health Care Professionals Entire Course


HLT 312V Topic 1 Assignment Personal Narrative


HTL 312V Topic 1 DQ 1


On March 21, 2018, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill allowing patients the right to try experimental drugs prior to FDA approval. Discuss the ethical principles of beneficence (doing good) and non-maleficence (avoiding causing harm), and issues of the morality of a legal system that delays research because of the legal rights of patent holders. Describe how you would handle this ethical issue with your patients.


HTL 312V Topic 1 DQ 2


Explain the role that religious beliefs play in the health care setting. Describe how legal principles can conflict with principles of the Christian worldview perspective in the health care setting. Provide specific examples to illustrate your ideas, and discuss strategies for addressing these conflicts in professional practice. In replies to peers, provide additional examples and strategies that have not already been discussed.


HLT 312V Topic 2 Assignment Benchmark – Patient Autonomy


HLT 312V Topic 2 DQ 1


Explain how race, socioeconomic status, or gender determines the quality of health care in the United States. As a health care provider, describe how you will conquer the treatment and health care barriers that may exist with patients. In replies to peers, discuss additional strategies for overcoming health care barriers.


HLT 312V Topic 2 DQ 2


Assess the ethical issues surrounding end-of-life decisions. Describe how the living will has affected medical response, and why is this important for guiding end-of-life decisions. Include discussion of whether families should be able to impact how and if a person’s living will is carried out, and whether parents should have the right to choose to end the life of their child if the child has Down Syndrome. Justify your response.


HLT 312V Topic 3 Assignment Code of Ethics and Conduct Poor Judgement


HLT 312V Topic 3 DQ 1


The ethical codes for each profession demand a high level of integrity, honesty, and responsibility. Codes of ethics are designed to facilitate the resolution of common ethical dilemmas that arise in one’s profession. Describe how ethics and the law have an impact on the various health care professions, or in your specific area of health care. Provide at least two examples.


HLT 312V Topic 3 DQ 2


The scope of practice refers to the permissible boundaries of practice for health care professionals. A professional who exceeds his or her scope of practice can be found to have violated licensure provisions. Consider under what circumstances a professional’s legal responsibilities may overlap with his or her ethical duties. Describe how the scope of practice of health care professionals is changing. Explain your future scope of practice as a health care professional.


HLT 312V Topic 4 Assignment Applying Ethical Decision Making


HLT 312V Topic 4 DQ 1


Health care professionals are morally obligated to ensure their clinical decisions are informed and reflect best practices. The first step in ethical decision-making is to gather as much relevant information as possible. Describe the types of guidelines you would use to decide that you have as much information as you need to ensure an ethical decision. Discuss under what conditions, if any, would you decide not to act according to your own moral obligations. Provide an example to justify your response.


HLT 312V Topic 4 DQ 2


In your professional career one should prefer to act ethically. Explain types of reflective practices and methods for integrating them into your work life, so as to ensure that you think critically about both the art and the science of your patient care delivery. Provide examples.


HLT 312V Topic 5 Assignment Patient Education and Ethical Issues in Today’s Health Care


HLT 312V Topic 5 DQ 1


According to the American Medical Association (AMA), patients have certain rights and protections guaranteed by state and federal laws and regulations. Physicians can contribute to a mutually respectful alliance with patients by serving as their patients’ advocates and by respecting their rights. Discuss the various rights and responsibilities of patients found on the AMA website. Explain the importance of patient rights and responsibilities from both an ethical and a legal point of view. Provide a personal example.


HLT 312V Topic 5 DQ 2


Access to long-term health and palliative care seems to be a problem for the elderly in general. However, it is even more difficult for minorities. Why do you think this is true? Provide ethical arguments to defend your response.