Child Care Ethical Dilemma Essays and Term Papers

  • Ethical Dilemma

    An Ethical Dilemma in the Health Care Setting Bobbi K. Handy HCS/478 November 29, 2010 Barbara Scheibe, RNC, MSN An Ethical Dilemma in the Health Care Setting Ethical dilemmas in the health care setting present themselves almost daily. It is imperative that the health care worker...

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  • Health Assessement

    Running head: ANALYSIS OF AN ETHICAL DILEMMA Analysis of an Ethical Dilemma Analysis of an Ethical Dilemma People in different walks of life had to encounter some situations of making a right decision or choice at the time of an ethical dilemma. The nature of an ethical dilemma ranges from minute issue...

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  • Personal Nursing Ethics

    Personal Nursing Ethics Laurie Stein Grand Canyon University: NRS-437V Ethical Decision Making In Healthcare October 12, 2012 Personal Nursing Ethics Growing up in a rural Midwest farming area in a family of 11 people I learned at an early age how important family and people in the surrounding...

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  • Agent Visit

    conducting an interview with the Child and Protective Services through the local Human Service Agency I have gained the opportunity to explore the specific field of work that I want to go into. I have learned the concepts related to the legal and ethical issues in the Child and Protective Services. I have...

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  • Professional Studies

    team members, leaders and management, the journey of establishing culturally collaborative relationships, being a strong team member, handling ethical dilemmas confidently and viewing conflict as a constructive tool will become easy to do tasks in our lives. This essay will discuss the above practices...

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  • Applying Ethical Frameworks in Practice

     Applying Ethical Frameworks in Practice Grand Canyon University Ethical Decision Making in Health Care NRS-437 January 31, 2014 Applying Ethical Frameworks in Practice Patient confidentiality is essential in developing a trusting relationship between a healthcare worker and the...

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  • Abortion Ethical Dilemma

    Abortion Ethical Dilemma An 18 year old girl gets pregnant and can’t decide whether to keep the baby or have an abortion. Her parents are very religious and do not believe in sex before marriage therefore would not take to kindly to their daughter being pregnant...

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  • Moral Compass

    Running Head: My Moral Compass My Moral Compass Maryann Onwenu Grand Canyon University NRV-437V (NRV-437V-O103) Ethical Decision Making in Health Care July 20, 2014   Professionally, moral compass is what serves as an intrinsic factor living in me every day. It codes or molds my...

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  • Research

    Collaborative Learning Community: Analysis of an Ethical Dilemma Collaborative Learning Community: Analysis of an Ethical Dilemma (Part 1) 1) In your CLC group, select one of the following three options and view the video related to your chosen topic (a description of each is provided along with...

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  • ethical issues related to reproducation

    transfer, zygote intrafallopian transfer and intrauterine insemination. It is a practice that has caused wide controversy from the ethical point of view. There are many ethical issues surrounding artificial reproduction. Many religious organizations condemn the practice as it goes against the religious beliefs...

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  • Ethics Game

    my reflections of the Ethics Game simulation assignment. The purpose of this assignment is to help me understand how to make ethical decisions using a decision model. Ethical Issue #1-Presented during my shift We have a 16 year old pregnant patient (RB), in her tenth hour of labor. Her parents are...

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  • Forensic Psychology Subspecialities

    the six subspecialties of forensic psychology; criminal, juvenile, civil, investigative, correctional and police. This paper will also address ethical dilemmas and how to they can be resolved; as well as addressing controversial issues a forensic psychology professional may face. Criminal Psychology ...

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  • Assisted Reproduction - 1

    A married couple wishes to have a child; however, the 32 year old mother knows that she is a carrier for Huntington's disease (HD). HD is a genetic disorder that begins showing signs at anywhere from 35-45 years of age. Its symptoms begin with slow loss of muscle control and end in loss of speech, large...

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  • Ethical Decision Making

    Introduction There are some times when there is no choice but to make decisions with possible ethical consequences at some point in any human services career when an ethical dilemma is faced. If one chooses not to make a decision, it is a decision itself (Keith-Spiegel & Koocher , 2010). In this paper...

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  • diversity

    We can change the planning and adapt it for the childs individual needs, all the planning as centred around the unique child to ensure that they receive the correct support that they require. Barriers can make things more difficult for the child and it is vital that they are included in everyday...

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  • Ethics

    discussing ethical problems and dilemmas are care-based ethics, rule-based ethics, and end-based ethics. In the case of ethical dilemma number 2, if one were to apply care-based ethics, then both of the adult parties in the situation would yield to what would be best for the child. Care-based ethics...

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  • Applying Ethical Frameworks in Practice - 1

    Running head: ETHICAL FRAMEWORKS IN PRACTICE Applying Ethical Frameworks in Practice Grand Canyon University NRS 437 V May 9, 2012 Applying Ethical Frameworks in Practice Patient confidentiality is part of the Nursing Code of Ethics and it is a nurses’ duty to uphold confidentiality...

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  • Death and Dying

    discuss three ethical choices that might arise when providing end-of-life care to children. Introduction to my essay In this essay I have been asked to discuss three ethical choices that might arise when providing end of life care to children. End-of-life care is also known as palliative care and it is...

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  • Nursing

    The ethical dilemma is in terms of protecting the patient from: • emotional damage (being lied to); which in turn comes back to the nurse in that TRUST is an important part of the nurse-patient relationship. • professionally as a nurse it is my duty to respect the patient; which might entail not...

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  • Confidentiality and Minors

    are minors. “Confidentiality is a widely held ethical standard a variously accorded legal right of clients and responsibility of counselors (American Counseling Association, 2005: American School Counseling Association, 2010). According to the Ethical Standards for School Counselors and the Code of...

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