The “You Decide” assignment presents a difficult and painful dilemma, with you in an imagined professional role. Go through the You Decide presentation, make the decision it calls for and compose a paper that explains your decision and your reasoning and justification for it.
In this case, you will be confronted with a real industry situation. You are called upon to make a painful medical decision and to explain it both orally and in writing. Who benefits from what you decided, who gets denied a needed benefit, and why? You will compose an official memorandum that will be kept for the record and could potentially be read not only by your Peer Review Committee, but also by those involved in charitable fundraising, which supports hospital development, as well as by others with financial interests in the decision.
You will see notice that there is time pressure in the simulated situation, so remember that you would not have the luxury to waver in the decision-making process, and as the decision-maker, you would not have the luxury of consulting a broad spectrum of advisers. It falls on you to decide!
Include in the document the utilitarian ethical philosophy of John Stuart Mill and one other ethical philosopher of your choosing that we have studied to date, and use both of those philosophies to bolster your decision. 2 pages on APA format.
This paper must have a clear purpose that begins with a solid introduction/thesis, and compels the reader forward.
The analysis shows depth of critical thought. Readings, collaborations, and course materials are leveraged powerfully in support of writer’s evident effort to understand ethical problems. Good use of theoretical underpinnings are used. Writer considers the depth of the ethical dilemmas with evident granular detail. Course materials are leveraged powerfully and with reflective detail. Course material is clearly referenced and cited.
John Stewart Mill
Include in the document the utilitarian ethical philosophy of John Stuart Mill AND one other ethical philosopher of your choosing that we have studied to date, and use both of those philosophies to bolster your decision.
Grammar, Mechanics, Style
Grammar refers to correct Standard American Usage, e.g., subject/verb agreement and use of correct parts of speech. Mechanics refers to correct idiomatic usage, e.g., capitalized proper nouns, word choice, and word order. Style refers to dynamic writing, avoiding passive constructions, writing that shows, describes, and compels the reader’s interest.
The paper is APA compliant with title page, in text citations and references.
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