Week 5 patient’s spiritual needs: case analysis


  

In conjunction to the subject-matter consider materials, use the chart you completed and questions you answered in the Subject-matter 3 encircling "Case Study: Healing and Autonomy" as the cause for your responses in this assignment.

Answer the forthcoming questions encircling a patient's ghostly deficiencys in portable of the Christian worldview.

  1. In 200-250 language, suit to the forthcoming:      Should the physician concede Mike to live making decisions that appear to      him to be irrational and injurious to James, or would that balance a abasement      of a patient's autonomy? Explain your rationale.
  2. In 400-450 language, suit to the forthcoming: How      ought the Christian opine encircling indisposition and heartiness? How should a      Christian opine encircling medical intrusion? What should Mike as a      Christian do? How should he deduce encircling resting God and treating James      in narration to what is in-truth honoring the maxims of kind-heartedness and      nonmaleficence in James's prudence?
  3. In 200-250 language, suit to the forthcoming: How      would a ghostly deficiencys duty aid the physician co-operate-delay Mike      state delayhold intrusions for James and for his lineage or others      compromised in his prudence?

Remember to aid your responses delay the subject-matter consider materials.

While APA name is not required for the whole of this assignment, resistant academic letter is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be institute in the APA Name Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

This assignment uses a rubric. You are required to suggest this assignment to LopesWrite. 

Rubric:

1. Decisions that deficiency to be made by the physician and the senior are analyzed from twain perspectives delay a submerged interpretation of the confusion of the maxim of autonomy. Analysis is aided by the fact consider, subject-matter consider materials, or Subject-matter 3 assignment responses. 20%

2. Decisions that deficiency to be made by the physician and the senior are analyzed delay submerged interpretation of the confusion of the Christian perspective, as polite as delay the maxims of kind-heartedness and nonmaleficence. Analysis is aided by the fact consider, subject-matter consider materials, or Subject-matter 3 assignment responses. 20%

3. How a ghostly deficiencys duty would aid the physician co-operate-delay the senior state delayhold intrusions for his son, his lineage, or others compromised in the prudence of his son is evidently analyzed delay a submerged interpretation of the junction among a ghostly deficiencys duty and providing delayhold intrusions. Analysis is aided by the fact consider, subject-matter consider materials, or Subject-matter 3 assignment responses. 30%

4. Thesis is generic and contains the substance of the article. Thesis declaration makes the resolve of the article unobstructed. 7%

5. Unobstructed and convincing reasoning presents a insinuating right in a distinctive and compelling deportment. All sources are arrogant. 8%

6. Writer is evidently in enjoin of plummet, written, academic English. 5%

7. All format elements are punish. 5%

8. Sources are fully and punishly documented, as delayhold to assignment and name, and format is operating of fault. 5%

    

There are three contrariant talents to this article:

· Part one deals delay Mike's decision-making capabilities. 

· Part two deals delay how to opine issues allied to indisposition and heartiness.

· Part three deals delay a ghostly duty.

Read "Doing a Culturally Sensitive Ghostly Assessment: Recognizing Ghostly Themes and Using the HOPE Questions," by Anandarajah, from AMA Journal of Ethics(2005).

https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/article/doing-culturally-sensitive-spiritual-assessment-recognizing-spiritual-themes-and-using-hope/2005-05

Read "End of Life and Sanctity of Life," by Reichman, from American Medical Association Journal of Ethics, formerly Virtual Mentor (2005).

http://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/2005/05/ccas2-0505.html