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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE LIST SCORING GUIDE A NNO TAT ED B IB L IOG RAP HY A ND R EFER ENC E L IS T S C OR ING G UID E G RA D ING R UB R...

@ profGerald, could you please assist me with  this assignment? I have already submitted and paid for it twice before and I now only have 1 more opportunity to get it right. The previous attempt was noted to have "plagiarism" so I was given a "0" for the assignment. I have attached what was done. I have also attached the 1st and 2nd assignment that goes along with it in case you wanted to review them also. The professor said that the assignment was on the right track but it was plagiarized in some parts and missing the "Assess how scholarly resources are essential for framing ethical and legal behavior and responsibilities in a health care environment" part of the assignment. 

In Assessment 1, you chose and analyzed an ethical theory, and in Assessment 2, you wrote an outline for your comprehensive paper. In Assessment 3, create an annotated bibliography and reference list as you do the following:

  • Research literature that connects ethical theories to the value dilemmas that health care providers confront in the delivery of health care services. Find at least five credible resources.
  • Reflect and support your chosen theory by summarizing each resource in four sentences and explaining how you will use it in your cumulative paper.
  • Assess how scholarly resources are essential for framing ethical and legal behavior and responsibilities in a health care environment.
  • Create a reference list for your selected resources, using proper APA format.
Additional Requirements
  • Length:3–5 pages, typed and double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12 point (length excludes title page and reference list).
  • References:Cite at least five references. Your references may include both scholarly literature and practitioner sources.
  • Written communication:Must be free of errors, scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the profession of psychology.
  • Writing style:APA expectations for scholarly writing include the use of third-person narrative, unless it is awkward to do so.
  • APA formatting:Must be formatted according to APA (6th edition) style and formatting and include a title page and reference list.
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE LIST SCORING GUIDE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE LIST SCORING GUIDE GRADING RUBRIC Criteria Non- performan ce Basic ProFcient Distinguis hed Research scholarly literature to connect ethical theories to the practices of health care service delivery. Does not identify scholarly literature to connect ethical theories to the practices of health care service delivery. Identi±es scholarly literature to connect ethical theories to the practices of health care service delivery. Researches scholarly literature to connect ethical theories to the practices of health care service delivery. Justi±es selected scholarly literature to connect ethical theories to the practices of health care service delivery. Develop a summary of selected scholarly resources on ethical theories and ethical dilemmas. Does not list scholarly resources on ethical theories and ethical dilemmas. Lists scholarly resources on ethical theories and ethical dilemmas. Develops a summary of selected scholarly resources on ethical theories and ethical dilemmas. Assesses selected scholarly resources on ethical theories and ethical dilemmas. Assess how scholarly resources are essential for framing ethical and legal behavior and responsibilities in a health care environment. Does not describe how scholarly resources are essential for framing ethical and legal behavior and responsibili ties in a health care environmen t. Describes how scholarly resources are essential for framing ethical and legal behavior and responsibili ties in a health care environmen t. Assesses how scholarly resources are essential for framing ethical and legal behavior and responsibili ties in a health care environmen t. Assesses how scholarly resources are essential for framing ethical and legal behavior and responsibili ties in a health care environmen t and provides supporting evidence from the literature. Communicate in a manner that is professional and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions. Communica tes in a manner that is not professional or consistent with expectation s for Communica tes in a manner that is inconsistent with expectation s for members of the Communica tes in a manner that is professional and consistent with expectation s for Communica tes in a manner that is professional , scholarly, and consistent with expectation
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE LIST SCORING GUIDE GRADING RUBRIC Criteria Non- performan ce Basic ProFcient Distinguis hed members of the business profession. business profession. members of the business professions. s for members of the business professions. Adheres to APA guidelines; work is appropriate for publication.
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Running Head: HEALTH CARE AND ETHICS Jamie Tucker Capella University February 2016 Assessment 1-3 Dr. Borda Abstract
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HEALTH CARE 2 Communitarianism is a philosophy that emphasizes the connection between the individual and the community (Communitarianism, 2012). Although the community might be a family unit, communitarianism usually is understood, in the wider, philosophical sense, as a collection of interactions, among a community of people in a given place (Communitarianism, 2012). Modern-day communitarianism began in the upper reaches of Anglo- American academia in the form of a critical reaction to John Rawls’ landmark 1971 book A Theory of Justice (Rawls, 1971). Drawing primarily upon the insights of Aristotle and Hegel, political philosophers such as Alasdair MacIntyre, Michael Sandel, Charles Taylor and Micheal Walzer disputed Rawls’ assumption that the principal task of government is to secure and distribute fairly the liberties and economic resources individuals need to lead freely chosen loves (Bell, 2001). Health Care and Ethics
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Jamie Tucker Capella University March 2016 Assessment 2-3 Dr. Owen Borda
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Health Care and Ethics I. Communitarianism A. Communitarians react negatively to models of society ( such as those developed by Mill, Rawls, and Nozick) that base human relationships on rights and contracts and that attempt to construct a single theory of justice by which to judge every society (Lie, 2002) B. Communitarians regard principles of justice as pluralistic, deriving from as many different conceptions of the good as there are diverse moral communities II. Communitarianism Principles and Procedural Methodologies A. Ethical Principles 1. The right to self- determination a. There is usually no right or wrong decision when it comes to ethical decision making b. It is important for the clinical staff to understand their clients wishes and to advocate for him/her c. Putting personal beliefs aside to best represent patients 2. The harm principle a. The basic premise of addressing ethical issues is to promote good and avoid harm as one way of solving ethical problem b. Clinical staff must use a systematic approach to solve ethical dilemmas through beneficence, the promotion of good and prevention of harm 3. The principle of disruptive justice a. Disruptive justice concerns the nature of a socially just allocation of goods in a society b. A society in which incidental inequalities in outcome do not arise would be considered a society guided by the principles of disruptive justice
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Jamie Tucker Capella University March 2016 Assessment 3 Dr. Borda
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Annotated Bibliography Introduction When faced with an ethical dilemma, healthcare providers must respond in an ethical, moral and rational manner For example, a healthcare facility may be faced with a situation where there are six patients who desperately need an emergency heart surgery. However, the healthcare facility may having scarce equipment to perform the surgery. For example, there could be six patients who all need immediate heart surgery within 24 hours, without which they can die. If it happens that the health care facility can operate only three of the patients, it means that three are likely to die. In such a case, the health care personnel has to make hard decision on who to assist among the six patients. In such cases, the healthcare personnel will need to have an ethical framework to follow. There are many other ethical dilemmas that must be solved. The annotated bibliography below will offer crucial information on how the healthcare providers should approach such ethical dilemmas. Fry, C., Treloar, C., & Maher, L. (2007). Applied communitarian ethics for harm reduction: promoting a dialogue within the field. Drug & Alcohol Review , 26 (5), 553-555. doi:10.1080/09595230701499183 This article can be helpful to healthcare personnel seeking the best way of solving ethical issues. This is because it deals with the topic of harm reduction ethics, and clarifies other aspects of our original arguments that were misinterpreted. The article posited that the goal of ethical engagement in harm reduction is not necessarily the production of an agreed moral framework, but instead reflection and awareness raising around the various values and beliefs underlying
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