Nakhuda g s 2010 july posthumous assisted

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3. Nakhuda, G. S. (2010, July). Posthumous assisted reproduction. In Seminars in reproductive medicine (Vol. 28, No. 04, pp. 329-335). © Thieme Medical Publishers. (This article is relevant to this topic because it talks about posthumous assisted reproduction and the ethical issues which relates to posthumous fatherhood) III. Analysis This section involves a comparison of stakeholders and options. Stakeholders Options Conducting the operation Avoiding the operation Looking for other relevant ethical ways Using the ethical theories to make the decision Mr. Jamison’s wife Mr. Jamison’s wife will fulfill her desire to have a child with her late husband. Mr. Jamison’s wife will not fulfill her desire to have a child with her late husband. Mr. Jamison's wife may benefit from having a child with her husband. Mr. Jamison’s wife will fulfill her desire to have a child with her late husband. Mr. Jamison’s parents They will not benefit because their wish will not be considered. They will benefit because their wish will be considered. They may not benefit because their wish may not be considered. They may not benefit because their wish may not be considered. The hospital It may improve its performance if the operation is successful. It may not benefit because it did not have the opportunity to operate. I may improve its performance by performing the operation differently. It may improve its performance if the operation is successful. This chart is a model of how you could complete this section. Be advised, however, that your instructor may require more than four options and three stakeholders. You should ask your teacher for more specific details. IV. Application 1. Consequential Ethical Theory – 1a. The utilitarianism theory comprises of all the good and the effects of an act. Whether the effects have been produced during the performance of the act after the performance of the action.
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ETHICS 4 According to the theory, an act is only moral if the good created by the act benefits many people regardless of choice. According to the theorists, actions should be categorized as moral or immoral or as wrong or right according to the number of people who benefits from the act. An action is only wrong if it benefits a few people. An act can also be considered as right if it benefits many people. 1b. In this case, the physician should perform the operation because the birth of the child will benefit many people. People who will help from this act include the mother of the child, Mr.
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