Unit V Essay 2 LIES

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  1. Our text states teleological models for decision making seek balance and harmony. This model focuses entirely upon the action that the individual performs. When the consequences are right, then the person is moral. Based on the scenario below, were the actions of the EMS leader judged morally right based on the consequence? Why, or why not? Were the actions of the employee morally right based on his problem? How does this scenario apply to the teleological theory?

    An EMS leader who had a professional relationship with one of his employees was asked to stop by his employee’s home. The employee had an outstanding performance review but was having a personal issue that he needed help with. As the leader enters the employee’s home, he finds it unsanitary and unkempt with garbage and dirty clothes scattered throughout the home. The employee shared that he took some money from one of their patients because he had an alcohol problem and needed help. Upon returning to the office, the EMS leader prepared pre-termination papers and later terminated the employee even after he asked for help.

    Your response must be at least 200 words in length.
  2. Please ensure that the APA format is used, with the in-text citation not included in the 200-word essay. Ensure that following text book is included in the answer: Fallon, L.F., & Zgodzinski, E.J. (2012). Essentials of public health management (3rd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

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Teleological systems do seek balance and at the same time harmony but by their belief, rightness
is established merely based on the greater good of the most significant amount of people. This
just implies that the best result wou...

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