An ethical dilemma is when an incident that makes you to ask yourself how do I handle this situation based on your beliefs and deciding how to choose between right and wrong.
Depending on the nature and structure of a particular situation and the values in conflict, personal definitions of what an ethical dilemma is may vary.
Many ethical dilemmas faced by a nurse are often difficult to resolve, which often times, leads nurses to withhold care due to the conflicting values of self, of patients’ values, and employers values and expectations of its employees....
Situations requiring nurses to make an ethical decision are diverse and dynamic; the values set out by the College of Nurses of Ontario code of ethics remains the same.
There is a need for pre-service teachers to undertake training and discussion around assessment ethical conflict and dilemma, as it appears that ethical reasoning does not develop on the job....
Dilemmas have been encountered by hospice workers concerning the ethical and unethical issues of patients they are caring for when choosing alternatives rather than palliative....
Using the steps outlined in the decision-making models , select one ethical decision-making model and use the model to analyze the case provided.
A 6-year-old develops a high fever accompanied by violent vomiting and convulsions while at school. The child is rushed to a nearby hospital. The attending physician makes a diagnosis of meningitis and requests permission to initiate treatment from the parents. The child’s parents are divorced. The mother, who is not the biological parent of the child, has primary custody. She is a Christian Scientist who insists that no medical treatment be offered for religious reasons. The biological father, who resides in another state, is also contacted. He insists that treatment be given and seeks independent consultation from another physician.
In a formal, written paper of 800-1,200 words, answer the following questions:
1. What is the ethical dilemma here?
2. Describe the decision-making model you selected from your readings.
3. How would you resolve this dilemma using the model?
4. Include, at the end of your paper, a 200-word dialog in which you explain your decision to the family. (Remember to use language that the family would understand).
A minimum of three references must be used.
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Harper Lee presents many of these important decisions in To Kill A Mockingbird as ethical dilemmas, or situations that require a choice between two difficult alternatives....
In addition to the ethical responsibilities of physicians,one could also make a similar argument for licensed nurses andlicensed psychologists,but in the interest of brevity I do not.
The purpose of this paper is to identify the ethical and legal implications of the dilemma along with an optimal solution to ethically resolve the issue.
ethical dilemma in chapter 5 at p.179) in Criminal Law 11th Edition book by Joel Samaha. submit answers to each chapter’s ETHICAL DILEMMA These are located in the green shaded sections within each chapter These answers MUST be thoroughly answered, typed, double-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman or similar font.
Pretend that you are the person that found the merger information and must decide what to do with it. FOCUS on the ethical NOT the legal issues. Select one (and only one) of the three approaches presented for dealing with ethical dilemmas (virtue ethics, deontological, and utilitarianism) and apply it to this situation. Write a short essay (logical argument) justifying whether you should or should not buy stock based upon the principles associated with the ethical approach you chose (virtue, deontological or utilitarian).