Demonstrate sound ethical thinking in applying ethical principles and moral theories to a specific problem. What are the reasons you think it is the
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Demonstrate sound ethical thinking in applying ethical principles and moral theories to a specific problem.
What are the reasons you think it is the most important (or among the most important problems)?
What is the cause, or set of causes, for this problem? That is, how did it come to be and why does it persist?
Apply ethical theories and principles to the selected ethical problem.
What are the ethical principles (and perhaps moral theories) most relevant to understanding this problem as an ethical issue?
Analyze the ethical problem from the perspectives of various stakeholders.
Who are the key stakeholders when it comes to this problem? In other words, who are the health care consumers (for example, patients or clients) and health care professionals (such as doctors, nurses, administrators) affected by the problem?
Are there other stakeholders, such as community or government groups? Are there any institutional policies or legal or regulatory considerations that affect the problem?
Is there a conflict of interest at the heart of this problem? If so, what is the conflict and who are the stakeholders with competing interests?
Assess the policy, legal, and regulatory components to the ethical problem.
Which communities or regions does it affect most? Is this a localized problem or a national problem?
What legal and regulatory issues have an influence on this problem?
Are there institutional policies that have an effect on this problem?
Develop a solution to the ethical problem based on ethical theories and principles.
What is the best solution to this problem and why? Or, what are the best resources for solving this problem? How did you come to this decision?