4 questions (1 of which will come from material Amelia taught) and cover
Organ transplants: 1960 kidney dialysis developed
UNOS UNITED NETWORK FOR ORGAN SHARING
Acquisition of organs? How do we encourage people to donate? How do
BCW, Chapter 4: Experimentation and Research on Human Subjects, pages 201210. Codes of research ethics.
BCW Articles: Rosamond Rhodes, Rethinking Research Ethics pp. 228-232.
Human experimentation first came to public attention during/after WWII.
Article: Pickets Demand transplants, Ellen Hirst
Summary: Rev. Jose Landaverde, of Lady Guadalupe Anglican Catholic Mission, led 14 people- in need of kidney/liver
transplants and their family/friends- on week long hunger strike/protes
What reliable resources are available to learn about the implications of this law? Many reliable
resources are available to help one learn more about this law. One can go to the HIPAA or the
Human services website and find information on this law. One nee
Think back over conversations you have had with friends, family members, co-workers, or
Select a conversation in which the other person wanted to talk about something that was troubling
him or her. As you replay this conversation in your mind,
Empathetic ListeningWhen we speak, we want others to listen right? The question is why does it seem
that many individuals lack the ability to do the reverse. Unfortunately, many people in society today use
energy to focus more on speaking and being heard
Personality is an aspect of a person or an individuals character as to how he or she reacts to and
interact with other people. In psychology, an individuals personality are the sum total of the mental,
emotional, physical and social characteristics. For t