IHP-420-X3057 Ethical & Legal Considerations 24EW3 7-1 Discussion: Considerations for Life for peer #1

THE DISCUSSION WAS:
Consider this module’s readings and create an original post that compares your professional and personal positions in terms of terminating life. What are the codes of ethics, professional regulations, and policies that support your professional position? Explain how to work through ideas when your professional and personal positions come into conflict.

BUT NOW I HAVE TO:
In your responses to at least two peers, suggest codes of ethics, professional regulations, or policies that contradict the position proposed in their post.

THE PEER SAID:

Considerations for Life

The intricate field of end-of-life care frequently involves intersections and occasional conflicts between professional and personal ethics. In a professional sense, my position supports a patient-centered strategy that honors the patient’s preferences and values while making sure that every decision is made with the patient’s best interests in mind.

My personal views respect each person’s autonomy and their freedom to choose their own course of action, including whether to live or die. But the moral and emotional weight of such choices can cause interpersonal strife, particularly when it comes to the idea of taking a life intentionally.

To align these variations, I depend on the system presented by Akdeniz et al. (2021), which suggests utilizing multidisciplinary advisory groups, moral talk, and open correspondence to deal with these troublesome conditions. I put a high worth on sympathy, regard, and moral honesty, and I make it a highlight act in a manner that is both ethically and humanely sound.

References

Akdeniz, M., Yardımcı, B., & Kavukçu, E. (2021). Ethical considerations at the end-of-life care. Sage Open Medicine, 9, 205031212110009. https://doi.org/10.1177/20503121211000918

Required Resources:

Textbook: Medical Law and Ethics, Chapters 12 and 13

Chapter 12 guiding questions:

1. What are ethical considerations in healthcare related to life?
2. What are some rare genetic diseases?

Chapter 13 guiding questions:

1. What are ethical considerations in healthcare related to death and dying?
2. What is dignity, in relation to providing medical care with death?

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Review this article to explore ethical considerations of assisted dying requests from people in detention.

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Read this Shapiro Library article to consider implications for nursing in assisted dying.

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Review this Shapiro Library article to get a historical perspective on ethical debates related to reproductive medicine.

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