This quiz tests your understanding of the "What Is a Thesis Statement"
Article, and the weekly text readings so make sure you've read them
thoroughly before beginning the quiz. You will have 30mins. to
complete the quiz.
Which of the following thesis stat
Clinical trial participation poses ethical, practical issues
cians who engage in clinical research
must juggle an array of issues patients expectations, trial transparency,
disclosure of results, scientific validity,
trial merits, patient risks
The word argument evokes many images and some of you may be a
bit intimidated by the notion of it. Arguments are often verbal
disagreements between people with different views. They can involve
a lot of emot
Respecting Human Life in 21st
Century America: A Moral
Perspective To Extend Civil
Rights to the Unborn from
Creation to Natural Death
Charles I. Lugosi, LL.B., LL.M., M.B.E.*
What does respect for human life in the Twenty-first Century re
HeyJ XLIX (2008), pp. 361369
SEXUAL MORES, ETHICAL THEORIES,
AND THE OVERPOPULATION MYTH
HOWARD P. KAINZ
Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Some of the causes of the sexual revolution during the past few decades are widely
known: The developm
that recourse to craniotomy, methotrexate, or
salpingostomy does not involve a deliberate
choice to bring about the death of an innocent
Marie A. Anderson, MD, FACOG
Robert L. Fastiggi, PhD
Please link to and watch the following video.
Do we, as consumers of these products, have any ethical responsibility for our waste and the people
impacted by it?
As far as ethical responsibility is concern, i
Please read the assigned articles by Hardwig and Ackerman.
Who do you agree with and why? Please provide justificatory reasoning to support your claim?
After reading both sides of the argument, it seems to me that Ackermans posit
The moral concern that surrounds the issue of abortion raises many questions and perhaps there
is no absolute answer to the controversy. The moral arguments of abortion have two sides of in favor
and against. The proponents of each side have a basis on to
Is There a Duty to Die?
Once you have read them, please complete the following tasks.
1. Identify an argument in one of the essays.
2. State your response to the author's argument.
3. Provide justificatory reasoning using support from an EXTERNAL source.
ON THE MORAL AND LEGAL STATUS OF ABORTION
On the Moral and Legal Status of Abortion
Final Session Paper
Northern Arizona University
This paper was prepared for Applied Ethics in Health Care HHS 300W,
Taught by Professor Sandra
1) After reading the Philosophical Argument handout, explain the differences between beliefs,
opinions, and philosophical argument in your own words.
The common definition of the term belief is an idea that is believed strongly that it could be
The article Recycled Heart devices offer new life in poor nation, study finds articulates
the ethical issue of acting illegally in attempt to save others. Dr. Pavri and his colleagues had been
smuggling used cardiac devices to India to help those who cann
The concept of medical tourism is tangentially related to the articles you read about the pharmaceutical
After carefully reading and thinking about the assigned essays, please read to and respond to the issues
presented in the article below.
1. Please read the scholarly essays listed in the syllabus
before tackling this question.
2. After reading the scholarly essays, please link to and
read the Time magazine articles below.
Research and Testing on Children:
Best Interest of the Child
Professor Sandra Dutkowsky
August 7, 2012
Professor Sandra Dutkowsky
07 August 2012
Research and Testing on Chi
Please link to, read the article below and discuss the questions that follow.
(Please approach your initial response to my questions as though you were writing a short
essay. The conversations that follow in response to your initial postings do not have t
HHS 300W: Applied Ethics in Healthcare
Name of College: HHS
Semester in which course will be offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Clock hours, credit hours: Three (3) clock hours, three (3) credit hours
Other: Junior Level Writing a
Please introduce yourself to the rest of the group and tell us something about you.
For example, where are you from? What is your major? What is something interesting
And for my purposes.what do you hope to get out of this class?
My name is Tay