As a contemporary debate, people and/or their family sometimes can be indifferent on donating their/family members ' organs. This persuasion is an ongoing issue since organ donation is used on survival of humans as the medicine knowledge of humanity increases. Organ donation is much likely linked to social psychology 's topics. As we would like to run a campaign to convince people, elaboration likelihood model (ELM) is going to be a really helpful theory on persuasion towards organ donation. The Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM) of persuasion is a dual process theory describing how attitudes form and change.
Firstly, I chose Values, Ethics and nursing practice because it is so important. As much as I stated above there is a lot of grey area it is so important to know your own values and to know what is important to you and to others. Values and ethics play a big role in client care because you may not agree with what a client chooses, for example assisted suicide. It’s not up to you to decide what is right for a client and you have to put your own values and beliefs aside to provide the best client care. You must be able to fully understand your own values and beliefs to be able to understand others.
Organ transplantation also calls for the incorporation of the embodiment theory as this plays a large role in the social, physiological, phenomenological and clinical references of the body as perceived by the receiving patient, donor and other
The existing demand for human organs available for transplantation far exceeds the available supply. There is currently a substantial increase in the number of patients on the transplant waiting list as well as in the number of patients that perish as a result of the inability to receive a necessary transplantation. The current levels of organ transplantation in the United States are not sustainable and alternative options towards ameliorating the current shortage of organ donors are desperately needed although many ethical concerns could be generated. Solutions towards the improvement in organ availability such as the use of live organ donors, foreign transplantations, financial incentives, and improvements towards recruitment methods will
The liver transplant list should not be unethical in its priority. In fact, Donckier states, “In contrast, ethical principles recommend active treatment of patients, without discrimination, according to the best scientific knowledge” (page # needed). Every patient needs active treatment no matter the reason for
Important part of Americans life is religion. Religion is also a social institution. Religion helps patterns of behaviors and beliefs that help society with basic needs. With the set of practices also the beliefs in religion it gives society an understanding of the meaning and purpose of life. Christian religion is and has been a powerful shaper of sexual norms.
Max Weber (1864–1920) defined professions as a 'social closure' which for many may be unreachable goal due to durable and expensive studies, gender discrimination or intolerance of certain religious groups (Share and Lalor, 2013, p. 43). This theory seems not to be very applicable to social care professionals , however, the concept of professions made by Emile Durkheim (1858-1917) is regarded as very relevant to current social care practice. The sociologist described professionals as those who have a serving and caring duty to the society and who are 'bound by certain ethnical principles' (Share and Lalor, 2013, p.
This act shows great love and compassion when one pledges their organs for others who are in need. Organ donation can be done from either a living person or a cadaver to a living recipient in a process known as organ transplantation. Regardless of the fact that organ donation for organ transplant enhances the quality of many lives, ethical and legal aspects must always be considered, especially in the case where cadaver organ transplantation is involved.  In Malaysia, the recipient of cadaver organ donation is dependent on the needs and the results of histocompatibility laboratory tests to prevent illegal organ trafficking. According to the Code of Medical Ethics, under section II – Ethical Obligation of Doctors to the Patient (13.Transplantation), any details regarding organ transplantation including the objective of
It will indeed ease the financial and psychological burden on the patient and loved ones. It gives the person their right to choose and it should be included in the law books of the CARICOM countries. Euthanasia, in its many forms, is an inherent right that should not be infringed upon through its not being legalized. “Euthanasia refers to choosing a dignified death, rather than one set for the individual, and in a slow and painful manner at that. When palliative care is no longer an option and treatment has failed time and again, the option to choose "the good death" should remain open at all times.
With the decreasing influence of Christianity in Western world and the proliferation of other religions such as Islam and Hinduism in the West, opposition to the traditional Christian view and those who hold to it will continue to grow. In contemporary society, religious pluralism presents a range of complex challenges to religious groups and communities. In a plural situation, they are faced with the need to compete for social and communal support, such as members, financial contributions, legitimacy, and political influence. Religious groups have to decide on the ways in which they want to approach and relate to members of other groups—whether they opt for dialogue, mission, confrontation or indifference. They have to find ways of addressing internal pluralism, democratic pressures, and individualism.