Libertarianism would suggest that, since you are unable to know for certain what the patient’s wishes are regarding the sharing of information, you should air on the side of caution and completely avoid sharing anything with their family. By doing this, you aren’t infringing on the patient’s right to liberty. If the patient felt that their past medical history was of importance and worth sharing, it is safe to assume that they would have done so. Based on this assumption, it is ethical to withhold any and all medical history that does not relate to their current medical
According to moral right, as the patient and the doctor agree, it should be carry out, without considering the negative impact on the relative and this is not right. Consequentialist however, do seem to focused not only on the patients but the relative. But doe the consequence of euthanasia good to legalized it? This is the question that concern the
By not allowing transgender soldiers to server is discrimination. We have laws that prevents discrimination, such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. This law protects people from being discriminated against based on race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, physical disability, and age. Being transgender is under the category of sexual orientation, so by not allowing them the serve for our country is wrong. "Any American who wants to serve our country and is able to meet the standards should have the opportunity to do so" said by Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona, a former Navy pilot.
We also found the lack of public outcry equally puzzling. Only now is there some opposition to this legislation being heard. Yet this must be the worst interference of family affairs ever legislated in a democracy. It is quite outrageous that any government would violate the privacy of domestic families in this manner. Just as disturbing is the readiness by which society has accepted the validity of homosexual marriage.
If some members of the society think that LGBT people should be criminalize, then it would also be important to criminalize adultery—this is against the Ten Commandments in the same bible. There is need to tolerate the LGBT community; we should change laws if we expect to change attitudes against the community. There are homosexual men who never engage in a sex relationship with other men and the heterosexual men who will engage in it. Also, there are heterosexual couples who do so too. The society fails to discriminate against the heterosexual couples who take part in buggery.
Setting aside, it questions whether the medical industry is safe, respectful, and showing equal rights not only to their patients but their employees as well. Everyone is human, and no one deserves to be terrorized for who he or she is and what they're trying to accomplish for themselves and others. Whether it be the patient's or the other employees, the medical industry should have their employees back because they are there to help save lives. If something is rightfully wrong why sit back, take action and have full attention to the problem, so it does not happen again. This takes part with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 when people in society take action to make sure everyone was treated equally no matter their background because, in the end, everyone is the same on the inside.
However, the problem was not resolved due to the director catering for the nurse’s personal issues that he was aware of. The Codes of Professional Conduct; the code of ethics, and the Standards of Practice will be discussed related to Scenario 2. The Codes of Professional Conduct is a legal document that should be obeyed by nurses. It sets professional behaviour and expectations in all practice settings, therefore providing safe practice and guidance to the public including bullying,
If tort laws were effective, there would be less personal injury lawyers seeking to file a law suit against health professionals. Tort laws may discourage errors and allow room for improvement in the health care setting, but may not prevent it from occurring. Not all laws do exactly what they are designed to do, however, tort laws do provide protection against the violators. In the health care setting, physicians, staff, and nurses must be aware of what they can do and what they are not allowed to do towards an individual seeking medical treatment. In fact, tort laws may increase discrimination in some geographical areas.
Specific people consider that the only one purpose of marriage is to create offspring and because of gay couple can not have a child, they do not have rights to marry. This opinion is more subjective rather than realistic. First of all, reasons of marriage could not be determined and it can be vary in different cases. Besides, if the same logic is taken reasonable then not only for gay couples but also for heterosexuals rights to marry has to be restricted. There are several reasons for this: Firstly, there exist heterosexuals who do not want to have child and secondly there are infertile couples who can not have child.
Therefore personal morals are what one believes to be right and fair based on one’s own sense not based on what the law says nor what one’s duties are as a professional (Turnbull, et al., 2010). My personal morals would interfere with Thumi in that I do not agree on what she is currently considering; not to disclose her status with Anthony and to have intercourse with him knowing that she is HIV positive, this would be a challenge for me as a counsellor. I will be challenged with feelings of frustration and resentment, as I believe that she needs to be honest with Anthony not only because she is his sexual partner and that by not disclosing her status to him will possibly inflict harm onto herself and onto others. I do not agree with her to keep her status from him, because she is putting his physical health at risk by having intercourse with him without using protection, and he might have sexual relations with other individuals as well, so if he is also HIV positive and
Not only are these arguments void given the Hyde amendment prohibits federal funds to be used for abortion, but also insignificant in comparison to the health benefits Planned Parenthood provides. Regardless of opposing arguments, Planned Parenthood must not be defunded due to its essential services regarding sexual and reproductive health care. Although this means that some groups and individuals will have to pay taxes that contribute to something they morally oppose, it is overall beneficial to protect the collective health of the