ihp420_ethical_theories_worksheet_guidelines_and_rubric.pdf

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IHP 420 Ethical Theories Worksheet Guidelines and Rubric Overview: When you are considering responses to healthcare situations, it is important to be able to quickly identify the underlying ethical and bioethical theories driving a proposed solution. While completing the worksheet, consider the core elements of the theory that must be addressed in the solution. Prompt: In this activity, you will utilize the main ethical and bioethical theories in solutions to a proposed scenario. Part One: Propose a solution to the following scenario using each of the five ethical theories presented in this module. Explain how your solution aligns with the major ideas within each theory. Scenario: There is a pandemic of a contagious disease. In the United States, there is only enough of a vaccine to cover 70% of the population. How do you determine who gets the vaccine? Part Two: Consider the same scenarios, but explain what process you would need to add to your solution to protect the bioethics principles.
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  • Spring '16
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