Legal And Ethical Responsibilities

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Read the following case study from the Center for Practical Bioethics:

Complete the Questions for Discussion following the case.

Summarize the case, explaining the legal and ethical aspects of it.

Research and explain any laws that pertain to the situation.

Define and explain the ethical principles that pertain to this case.

Determine if the legal and ethical responsibilities are in alignment with each other.

Explain how you would recommend this care team resolve the situation by answering the following questions:

  • What specific details of the case require resolution?
  • What specific actions should the organization or nurse take to ensure an appropriate outcome?
  • What resources and dependencies exist for your recommendation?

Format your assignment as an 875- to 1,050-word paper.

Cite at least 3 peer-reviewed sources published within the last 5 years.

Note: At least 1 of the sources should provide evidence for your resolution recommendation or plan of action.

Include an APA-formatted reference list.

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School: Boston College

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Running Head: LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS

Legal and Ethical Responsibilities
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LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS

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Legal and Ethical Responsibilities
Summary of the Case
The case involving Janet, her parents, and the hospital is one that raises quite complex
legal and ethical concerns. When Janet got pregnant, she did what most young women do not do.
Janet thought of and planned for the end of life and advance care planning. In the end of life and
advance care planning, individual, plan for the course of life that they should take in the event
where something tragic event happens to them, leading to physical and mental incapacitation and
in the process calling for lifelong assistance. In this regard, Janet completed and signed a lifelong
medical care directive. When Janet and her husband got involved in an accident, her husband
died, but she survived. In the prognosis report, her doctors said that Janet would for some time be
confined to a prolonged vegetative state. In her advance care directive, Janet had indicated that
she would not want her life to be sustained by any form of life support. In adherence with Janet’s
wishes, her doctor and parents agreed to termi...

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Good stuff. Would use again.

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