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List 100 reasons why I want to be biomedical engineering.I am the first 19 years

List 100 reasons why I want to be biomedical engineering.I am the first 19 years old girl from my family wanting to study biomedical engineerin

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Topic: Prehospital sepsis notification and patient outcome. 5 pages of content,

Topic: Prehospital sepsis notification and patient outcome.
5 pages of content, not including the title, abstract or reference pages.
Include title page and abstract.

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Topic: Prehospital sepsis notification and patient outcome. 5 pages of content,

Topic: Prehospital sepsis notification and patient outcome.
5 pages of content, not including the title, abstract or reference pages.
Include title page and abstract.

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TEXTBOOK LINK: https://www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/ppecorino/MEDICAL_ETHICS_

TEXTBOOK LINK: https://www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/ppecorino/MEDICAL_ETHICS_TEXT/index.html
Written Assignment for MODULE 11 DELIBERATE TERMINATION OF LIFE AND PHYSICIAN ASSISTED SUICIDE
From: Munson, Ronald. INTERVENTION AND REFLECTION.6th ED.,Belmont, California: Wadsworth Publishing Company,2000 ., Page 247, Decision Scenario #7
In March 1991 Dr. Timothy Quill published an article in the new England Journal of medicine in which he described how he had prescribed barbiturates for Patricia Diane Trumbull, a forty-five-year-old woman suffering from leukemia. In prescribing the medication, Dr. Quill also informed Ms. Trumbull, who had been his patient for a long time, how much of the drug constitute a lethal dose.
Ms. Trumbull later killed herself by taking an overdose of the barbiturate, and Dr. Quill was investigated by a Rochester, New York, Grand jury. Although it is illegal in New York to assist someone in committing suicide, the grand jury decided not to indict Dr. Quill on the charge.
Dr. Quill’s actions were later reviewed by the three-member New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct to consider whether he should be charged with professional misconduct. The board arrived at the unanimous decision that “no charge of misconduct was warranted.”
The board, in its report, distinguished between Dr. Quill’s actions and those of Dr. Jack Kevorkian. The board pointed to Dr. Quill’s long-term involvement in caring for Ms. Trumbull and contrasted it in Dr. Kevorkian’s lack of any prior involvement with those whom he assisted in killing themselves.
Moreover, the board pointed out that Dr. Quill “did not directly participate in any taking of life” and this too made his actions different from those of Dr. Kevorkian. “One is legal and ethically appropriate, and the other, as reported, is not” the board concluded.
1. Reading Comprehension
State whether James Rachels in Active and Passive Euthanasia ( http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/ppecorino/DeathandDying_TEXT/Rachels_Active_Passive.htm would disagree with Daniel Callahan in his article When Self Determination Runs Amok(http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/ppecorino/MEDICAL_ETHICS_TEXT/Chapter_10_Care_of_the_Dying/READING_Callahan.htm in this case as to what to do in the case of Patricia Diane Trumbull and defend your answer giving reasons for what you think their positions would be.
Alternate locations of texts:
James Rachels in Active and Passive Euthanasia
Daniel Callahan in his article When Self Determination Runs Amok
2. Critical Thinking
Using the DIALECTICAL PROCESS state what your ethical position would be on the Case of Patricia Diane Trumbull and why. What should Dr. Quill do from an ethical viewpoint? You are to take a position and defend it. You should use some ethical principle to decide what you think is the morally correct thing to do. You must state those principles and explain how they have been applied to the situation. You should indicate that you have rejected alternative positions to your own and the reasons why you have done so. In so doing you need to enunciate clearly the values and ethical principle(s) you are using to both reject the alternative positions and to defend or support your own.The ethical principles were presented in Module/Chapter 2 and include Egoism, Utility, Natural Law, Categorical Imperative, Maxi-Min Principle, Existentialism, Feminism. Refer to one or more of these as ethical principles when answering assignments. Do not use the Moral Principles of Health Care as Ethical Principles. The Moral Principles involved in Health Care include: Autonomy, Informed Consent, Truth Telling, Confidentiality, Privacy. These are NOT the basic ethical principles such as include Egoism, Utility, Natural Law, Categorical Imperative, Maxi-Min Principle, Existentialism, Feminism. The moral principles are popular and recognized in several ways in health care including in “codes” and in statements of “rights” because there are so many of the Basic Ethical Principles that support the moral judgment that these MORAL Principles of Health Care are a MORALLY GOOD THING.
Use this template or form to make certain that you include each part of the process-parts a to e
LABLE YOUR PARTS WITH THE LETTERS A to E to make very clear that you have done each part.
Dialectical thinking: the 5 parts
a. Take a position on this question or issue Be as exact as you can be. Be precise in your use of language (ethical principles and values).
b. Provide the reasons why you think this position is better defended by reason and evidence than are the alternative positions Position defended using reasoning (ethical principles and values) in support of the judgment (conclusion of the argument). You state the reasons why the position you take makes sense and has evidence and reasons (ethical principles and values) to support it other than your feelings or personal preference or your opinion or what you were brought up to believe or what just about everyone you know thinks or believes. Philosophers have offered such reasons (ethical principles and values). and evidence for the positions they have taken and you should consider them and if you agree you can and should so state them in support of your own position.
c. State the reasons why you found the other positions that use other (ethical principles and values). flawed or less defensible than the one you are defending
d. State the criticisms of your position from those who use other (ethical principles and values).
e. Respond to those criticisms from those using other (ethical principles and values).-a rebuttal- how do you defend your position in light of those criticisms?
____________________VIDEO on Dialectical Process http://www.youtube.com/user/PhilipPecorino#play/uploads/21/zziTWJPbYyU
You may think of this assignment in this way as having 3 parts:
1.How would Rachels think of this case? What would be the moral judgment? Based on what ethical principle?
2. How would Callahan think of this case? What would be the moral judgment? Based on what ethical principle?
3. How do YOU think of this case? What would be the moral judgment? Based on what ethical principle? Complete all the 5 parts of the dialectical process in stating your judgment

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Write a systematic paper about the Gestational diabetes Mellitus (GDM) among Ara

Write a systematic paper about the Gestational diabetes Mellitus (GDM) among Arabs. Please follow the instructions in the attached word document for the results tables and discussion.Please use the attached articles for the Arab countries’ references and use other references for other ethnic groups. Please keep all the used references.

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I will provide a poster that need editing and adding some images or graphs.The p

I will provide a poster that need editing and adding some images or graphs.The poster should include the following categories; introduction/background, disease incidence, symptoms and complications, diagnosis, laboratory tests, and treatment. Focus on laboratory tests and diagnosis. Support your poster with images and use 3 or more recent references.

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TEXTBOOK LINK: https://www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/ppecorino/MEDICAL_ETHICS_

TEXTBOOK LINK: https://www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/ppecorino/MEDICAL_ETHICS_TEXT/index.html
Written Assignment for MODULE 11 DELIBERATE TERMINATION OF LIFE AND PHYSICIAN ASSISTED SUICIDE
From: Munson, Ronald. INTERVENTION AND REFLECTION.6th ED.,Belmont, California: Wadsworth Publishing Company,2000 ., Page 247, Decision Scenario #7
In March 1991 Dr. Timothy Quill published an article in the new England Journal of medicine in which he described how he had prescribed barbiturates for Patricia Diane Trumbull, a forty-five-year-old woman suffering from leukemia. In prescribing the medication, Dr. Quill also informed Ms. Trumbull, who had been his patient for a long time, how much of the drug constitute a lethal dose.
Ms. Trumbull later killed herself by taking an overdose of the barbiturate, and Dr. Quill was investigated by a Rochester, New York, Grand jury. Although it is illegal in New York to assist someone in committing suicide, the grand jury decided not to indict Dr. Quill on the charge.
Dr. Quill’s actions were later reviewed by the three-member New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct to consider whether he should be charged with professional misconduct. The board arrived at the unanimous decision that “no charge of misconduct was warranted.”
The board, in its report, distinguished between Dr. Quill’s actions and those of Dr. Jack Kevorkian. The board pointed to Dr. Quill’s long-term involvement in caring for Ms. Trumbull and contrasted it in Dr. Kevorkian’s lack of any prior involvement with those whom he assisted in killing themselves.
Moreover, the board pointed out that Dr. Quill “did not directly participate in any taking of life” and this too made his actions different from those of Dr. Kevorkian. “One is legal and ethically appropriate, and the other, as reported, is not” the board concluded.
1. Reading Comprehension
State whether James Rachels in Active and Passive Euthanasia ( http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/ppecorino/DeathandDying_TEXT/Rachels_Active_Passive.htm would disagree with Daniel Callahan in his article When Self Determination Runs Amok(http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/ppecorino/MEDICAL_ETHICS_TEXT/Chapter_10_Care_of_the_Dying/READING_Callahan.htm in this case as to what to do in the case of Patricia Diane Trumbull and defend your answer giving reasons for what you think their positions would be.
Alternate locations of texts:
James Rachels in Active and Passive Euthanasia
Daniel Callahan in his article When Self Determination Runs Amok
2. Critical Thinking
Using the DIALECTICAL PROCESS state what your ethical position would be on the Case of Patricia Diane Trumbull and why. What should Dr. Quill do from an ethical viewpoint? You are to take a position and defend it. You should use some ethical principle to decide what you think is the morally correct thing to do. You must state those principles and explain how they have been applied to the situation. You should indicate that you have rejected alternative positions to your own and the reasons why you have done so. In so doing you need to enunciate clearly the values and ethical principle(s) you are using to both reject the alternative positions and to defend or support your own.The ethical principles were presented in Module/Chapter 2 and include Egoism, Utility, Natural Law, Categorical Imperative, Maxi-Min Principle, Existentialism, Feminism. Refer to one or more of these as ethical principles when answering assignments. Do not use the Moral Principles of Health Care as Ethical Principles. The Moral Principles involved in Health Care include: Autonomy, Informed Consent, Truth Telling, Confidentiality, Privacy. These are NOT the basic ethical principles such as include Egoism, Utility, Natural Law, Categorical Imperative, Maxi-Min Principle, Existentialism, Feminism. The moral principles are popular and recognized in several ways in health care including in “codes” and in statements of “rights” because there are so many of the Basic Ethical Principles that support the moral judgment that these MORAL Principles of Health Care are a MORALLY GOOD THING.
Use this template or form to make certain that you include each part of the process-parts a to e
LABLE YOUR PARTS WITH THE LETTERS A to E to make very clear that you have done each part.
Dialectical thinking: the 5 parts
a. Take a position on this question or issue Be as exact as you can be. Be precise in your use of language (ethical principles and values).
b. Provide the reasons why you think this position is better defended by reason and evidence than are the alternative positions Position defended using reasoning (ethical principles and values) in support of the judgment (conclusion of the argument). You state the reasons why the position you take makes sense and has evidence and reasons (ethical principles and values) to support it other than your feelings or personal preference or your opinion or what you were brought up to believe or what just about everyone you know thinks or believes. Philosophers have offered such reasons (ethical principles and values). and evidence for the positions they have taken and you should consider them and if you agree you can and should so state them in support of your own position.
c. State the reasons why you found the other positions that use other (ethical principles and values). flawed or less defensible than the one you are defending
d. State the criticisms of your position from those who use other (ethical principles and values).
e. Respond to those criticisms from those using other (ethical principles and values).-a rebuttal- how do you defend your position in light of those criticisms?
____________________VIDEO on Dialectical Process http://www.youtube.com/user/PhilipPecorino#play/uploads/21/zziTWJPbYyU
You may think of this assignment in this way as having 3 parts:
1.How would Rachels think of this case? What would be the moral judgment? Based on what ethical principle?
2. How would Callahan think of this case? What would be the moral judgment? Based on what ethical principle?
3. How do YOU think of this case? What would be the moral judgment? Based on what ethical principle? Complete all the 5 parts of the dialectical process in stating your judgment

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Write a systematic paper about the Gestational diabetes Mellitus (GDM) among Ara

Write a systematic paper about the Gestational diabetes Mellitus (GDM) among Arabs. Please follow the instructions in the attached word document for the results tables and discussion.Please use the attached articles for the Arab countries’ references and use other references for other ethnic groups. Please keep all the used references.

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This paper should be an annotated bibliography with 5 scholarly sources, double

This paper should be an annotated bibliography with 5 scholarly sources, double spaced, APA format with an title paragraph and conclusion. sources should be cited properly. This paper should be written about a controversy in the medical field about RSV in infants, children and also in adults. the long- and short-term effects on both, courses of action for treatment, and studies and growth with RSV.

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This paper should be an annotated bibliography with 5 scholarly sources, double

This paper should be an annotated bibliography with 5 scholarly sources, double spaced, APA format with an title paragraph and conclusion. sources should be cited properly. This paper should be written about a controversy in the medical field about RSV in infants, children and also in adults. the long- and short-term effects on both, courses of action for treatment, and studies and growth with RSV.