Iturralde v. Hilo Medical Center USA

Determine ethical theories and decision-making models appropriate for healthcare providers to use for providing a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient  Analyze the role of professional regulation, the standard of care, and codes of ethics in determining healthcare providers’ wide-ranging accountability to self, their profession, their patients, and the public 


Prompt In this project, you will analyze a court case involving medical malpractice. Using your analysis of the case, you will address the facts pertaining to the medical standard of care, breach of care, and causation. Further, you will use the facts from the original case to identify an ethics issue, determine an ethical theory that would help provide a safe and quality healthcare experience for the patient, apply a clinician–patient shared decision-making model, and augment or vary the facts of the case to change the outcome. 


You will use the following case to analyze for Final Project I: 


 Surgery: Iturralde v. Hilo Medical Center USA 


Specifically, your case study must address the following critical elements: 


I. Introduction: A. Summarize the selected case, including information on the stakeholders involved, the problem, and the time period the incident occurred. 


II. Medical Malpractice Component: In this section, you will evaluate the case to address the legal components, the malpractice policies similar to this case, and the standard of care given to the patient and how it was breached. Then, you will draw connections to how this malpractice case impacted stakeholders and healthcare consumers outside of the case. A. Explain the key legal components of the case, including the nature of the issue and the rules that applied. B. Determine relevant malpractice policies in place for addressing the issues within the case. C. Analyze the malpractice case for the standard of care provided to the victim. Be sure to apply what the law states about standard of care to support whether or not it was breached in the case. D. Analyze how the malpractice case would impact healthcare consumers from different cultural backgrounds. For example, would this case have a similar impact on a person from a culture different from the one in the case? How could this incident change the views of these healthcare consumers toward the healthcare system? E. Assess the malpractice case for accountability based on its severity. To what extent was the healthcare provider held accountable? 




III. Ethical Component: In this section, you will evaluate the case to identify the specific ethical issues and determine ethical theories and shared decision- making models that would help resolve the issue and provide a safe, quality healthcare experience. Then, you will propose and defend ethical guidelines for healthcare providers to follow in order to avoid future incidents. A. Describe the ethical issues that led to the malpractice case and explain why the issues are credited with causing the incident. Support your response with research and relevant examples from the case. B. Describe an ethical theory that would help resolve the issue and provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient. Support your response with research and relevant examples from the case. C. Select a physician–patient shared decision-making model and explain how it would provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient D. Propose ethical guidelines that would have helped prevent the incident and would help the organization prevent future incidents. E. Defend how your proposed ethical guidelines will hold healthcare providers accountable to themselves, their profession, their patients, and the public. 


II. Recommendations: In this section, you will utilize the knowledge you gained from your malpractice and ethical analyses to recommend and defend strategies that would help improve medical practices and avoid future liability. A. Recommend preventative strategies the healthcare provider could implement to avoid liability in the future. B. Defend how your recommended preventative strategies would assist the healthcare provider in avoiding liability and provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient. 



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article interrogation psychological research and ethics

(Great English is a must)

(1000-1200 words APA Format)

(This task requires the tutor to have knowledge in the field of article analyzing)


Subject of the paper: Article Interrogation ( Check the attached File for more information)

Requirement: Examine each of your articles using the four big validities. For each article, work through the four big validities in turn, indicating whether the article does a good or bad job on each front. As you write, keep in mind that you are demonstrating your mastery of this material! Demonstrate that you know how to ask questions about each of the four validities and that you know what the answers to these questions mean. Finally, demonstrate that you understand what it means to prioritize validities as you interrogate a study.

Please read the attached document before bidding to make sure you have the knowledge to solve this task.

Other information: The four big validities (construct validity, statistical validity, internal validity and external validity) are mentioned in the attached document. Please check the document. The two articles (each analyzed in 500-600 words) will be provided in the next message as a pdf file.


  • APA Format
  • Please read the attached document in order to have an idea of what you have to write (the paper will be reviewed based on the attached coument)
  • No plagiarism is accepted

*** The work will be checked for plagiarism through Turnitin by the professor. It is essential for everything to be free of plagiarism otherwise sanctions will be imposed***


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Two students are discussing energy sectors in the United States. Student 1 claims that the commercial sector includes automobiles and churches.

Two students are discussing energy sectors in the United States. Student 1 claims that the commercial sector includes automobiles and churches. Student 2 agrees but also includes construction in the commercial list. Who is 

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Dear Tutor, Need help with this essay. ESSAY 1 – TRADE (500w) What is protectionism? Is it a good thing? Why / why not? How do governments implement

Dear Tutor,

Need help with this essay.

ESSAY 1 – TRADE (500w) 

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homework check lab has been completed plate tectonics

Please double check my answers. I need full complete, correct sentences. If anything is wrong or something needs to be added please do as you see fit. Thank you!

Plate Tectonics Virtual Lab

Where do most earthquake epicenters and volcanoes occur?

Earth’ s crust and upper mantle is divided into 10 or so major plates and several minor plates, sort of like pieces in a jigsaw puzzle. The major plates are the Eurasian Plate, Indo-Australian Plate, Pacific Plate, Nazca Plate, South American Plate, African Plate, North American Plate, Philippine Plate, Antarctic Plate, and Scotia Plate. The plates join together along plate boundaries.

The study of the formation and movement of lithospheric plates is called plate tectonics. Scientists have learned that the plates interact in three different ways at the plate boundaries: they can separate – that is, move apart (diverge); move toward each other (converge); or slide past one another.

Interactions at the plate boundaries cause earthquakes and volcanoes around the world.

Earthquakes occur along fault lines. They can occur along all the types of plate boundaries,

including plates that are sliding past one another either in opposite directions or in the same direction at different rates. Volcanoes are located along converging plate boundaries and diverging plate boundaries. Geologists believe that some areas in Earth’s interior are hotter than other areas.

These hot spots melt rock, which is forced upward toward Earth’s crust as magma to form

volcanoes. The Hawaiian Islands sit on top of a hot spot beneath the Pacific Plate.

In this Virtual Lab, you will identify the locations of six earthquake epicenters and six volcanoes on a world map. Then you will compare these locations to the locations of plate boundaries. The epicenter of an earthquake is the point on Earth’s surface directly above Earth’s interior where earthquake energy is released. Keep in mind that the U.S. Geological Survey National Earthquake Information Center registered over 200 000 earthquakes during a recent 12-year period and that there are approximately 600 active volcanoes in the world today. Latitude and longitude are measurements in degrees (degree symbol here) and minutes ( ‘ ), by which a location on Earth’s surface can be precisely determined. Latitude is measured north or south of the equator. Longitude is measured east and west of the prime meridian, the designated zero meridian that passes through

Greenwich, England.


Plot the geographic locations-given latitude and longitude-of a number of earthquake

epicenters and volcanoes on a world map.

Observe, describe, and analyze the plotted data.

Compare and contrast any patterns of volcanic and earthquake activity occurrences in

relationship to Earth’s plate boundaries.

Go to Plate Tectonics (Links to an external site.) lab and follow steps below:


The Earthquakes button is selected when you open the activity. The map shows the locations of six earthquake epicenters. You can find a description of each of these earthquakes in the table below the map.

  1. Look at the table to find out the latitude and longitude measurements of the first earthquake’s epicenter. Find and click this location on the map.
  2. Using the arrows, scroll down to the next epicenters shown in the table. Find and click the locations of the other five epicenters listed in the table.
  3. When all the epicenters have been identified, the Video button and the Show Plate Boundaries button will be activated.
  4. Click the Video button and watch the earthquake video.
  5. Click the Show Plate Boundaries button and determine whether any of the earthquake epicenters you plotted are associated with the plate boundaries.
  6. Record your data on Plate Technics worksheet.
  7. Click the Volcanoes button to see the locations of six volcanoes on the map.
  8. Match each volcano’s latitude/ longitude measurements with a volcano spot on the map.
  9. When all the locations of the volcanoes are identified, the Video button and the Show Plate Boundaries button will be activated.
  10. Click the Video button and watch the volcano video.
  11. Click the Show Plate Boundaries button and determine whether any of the volcanoes you plotted are associated with the plate boundaries.
  12. Record your data on Plate Technics worksheet.
  13. Click the Reset button to compare the data for a different set of earthquake epicenters and volcanoes.
  14. Complete the questions on Plate Technics worksheet and submit for a grade.

Plate Tectonic Lab worksheet.docx

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Answer This Two Anthropology Question

The remains of Homo naledi to some were suggestive of an early form of Homo erectus while many others suggested that it must be a later type of human.  One of the main reasons that Homo naledi’s place was debated had to do with the fact that there was not a readily available date for the species.  In a recent article the date’s for Homo naledi have now been revealed.  Considering the time frame when Homo naledi existed, what might be the absolute oddest thing that makes Homo naledi different from the other humans that existed during that same time.

1-      Tell me when Homo naledi existed. 

2-      In one sentence, explain briefly what is odd about Homo naledi’s head when compared to other humans of the same time? 

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i need this question answered 2

select one screening and write minimum 900 words based on the instructions below

make sure to include in text citations and references

no plagiarism!

Individual Screening


Review the clinician provider guidelines and recommendations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force A and B Recommendations.

For the MSN prepared nurse, knowledge of epidemiology and its application to preventive screening guidelines is important in many clinical areas: administrative, education, and nurse practitioner fields. Consider you are working in a clinic and need to order a preventive screening on a patient for one of the conditions listed below. (While this is a preventative measure, it also can be a diagnostic tool in other circumstances. For this Assignment the screening is a secondary prevention measure.)

Please select one screening. Your screening methodology must come from the United States Preventive Services Task Force guidelines.

  • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm this is the one
  • Breast Cancer
  • Cervical Cancer
  • Colon Cancer
  • Diabetes Mellitus II
  • Lung Cancer

Find the Final Recommendation Summary for the screening you are evaluating. Explain the guideline, the correct application of the screening, and the epidemiology behind the guidance. Content should include epidemiologic data such as statistical information as available ex. morbidity, mortality, incidence and prevalence of condition. Identify the methodology and measures for screening. Include the risk factors, risk assessment, testing interval, description of the patient population,screening test recommendations and other factors relative to the guideline. Discuss the guideline’s support in a critical analysis, based on the outcomes of studies used in the screening guidance publication. What key factors are supported by evidence, such as age, methods, measures and intervals? Consider using the rubric sections as level one headings within the paper.

Master’s-prepared nurse educators, leaders, nurse practitioners and all specialty nursing fields are contributors to health promotion in populations across the life span. You will demonstrate understanding and correct interpretations of preventive screening guidelines. You should be able to apply this knowledge to your specialty focus as it relates to health promotion and epidemiology.

This paper should be 3–4 pages, excluding your title page, and references. This paper should adhere to appropriate APA formatting and citation style.

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essay about public relations

CASE STUDY – Amazon v. New York Times

In 2015, the New York Times ran a negative story about Amazon’s workplace conditions. To combat this negative coverage, Jay Carney, a former White House press secretary and Amazon’s senior vice president for corporate affairs, criticized the New York Times story and its source on sources from this story included anonymous sources that did not reveal their true identities because of a nondisclosure agreement with Amazon.

A major source for this story, a former Amazon employee, Bo Olsen, gave an interview with the New York Times criticizing Amazon’s workplace. In his response, Carney revealed that Olsen was under investigation for fraud during his time at Amazon. Olsen actually admitted he had attempted to defraud vendors and resigned his position because of that. This case study illustrates corporations’ willingness to use communication tactics, as opposed to legal ones, to combat negative publicity. The case study of Amazon v. NYT presents an example of the tensions between defamation and privacy laws and demonstrates how corporations use social media platforms to combat negative press attention.

For your assignment I want you suppose you work as the social media manager for the restaurant chain Best Burger. One day while scanning posts about your company, you see that someone on Twitter posted three very negative comments about Best Burger. The comments were as follows:

Tweet 1: Best Burger is the WORST restaurant EVER!!! #nevereathere

Tweet 2: Best Burger’s food tastes like cardboard. It isn’t even real food

Tweet 3: Best Burger is not worth the price. They use dog food to make their hamburgers.

Assuming that Best Burger thinks its hamburgers are great and that the do not use dog food to make them, are any of these comments subject to defamation laws? Why or why not? Write a two-page paper regarding your answer. Word count: 500-700 words

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descriptive paper about the church of jesus christ of latter day saints

Write a descriptive paper about The church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints

this Paper should be at least 750 words.

Link to the

and my visit were on the 13th of Feb at 11 AM .

Here are some ideas on how to organize this paper based on the three forms of religious expression. It is assumed that this paper is intended to be a descriptive or “phenomenological” account of the religious activity, neither laudatory nor critical. On this particular occasion, the purpose is just to observe carefully and

, in the way discussed in Chapter One, what is actually done. It is also assumed that this report is to be based on firsthand observation, deliberately avoiding the use of secondary sources, so notes and bibliography are not needed. However, in some cases you may need to get a little background through prior reading or through material available at the religious site to understand better what you see; if used, be sure to cite those. Interviews may also be helpful, as well as perusing the website for the group, if it has one; if used, also be sure to cite those. Most religious places welcome sincere students as visitors. Remember to be quiet, respectful, appreciative, and appropriately dressed.

Here is the outline for a descriptive or “phenomenological” paper, engage each area clearly and categorically.

  1. Field Information. Give the full name, exact address, and religious affiliation of the group.

    For example, don’t just say “a Buddhist temple”; be sure to specify the school, or denomination, and the national background.) Give the exact date and time of the visit; give the name and type of service (if any) attended.
  2. Preliminary Placing Information. Describe the outside and inside appearance of the building, the way visitors are greeted, and the sort of people in this group (that is, their apparent social class, lifestyle, ethnic background, gender, average age, the number present and so forth).
  3. Description of Activity or Symbolism. If you attend a service or formal presentation on the religion, describe what happened from beginning to end. Try to give some sense of the emotional tone and subjective spiritual meaning of the scenario.

    For example: Was the opening dramatic or casual? Is congregational

    participation emotional
    or reserved? Is much of the service spontaneous or

    ?) If you did not attend a regular service, discuss in detail the significance of the art, architecture, and symbolism in and around the site.
  4. Analysis. Analyze the topic in terms of the three forms of religious expression: theoretical (teaching), practical (worship), and sociological (leadership and group type), and include art, ethics, and experience as appropriate. At least one-third of the paper should cover these topics.

    Theoretical. What, essentially, does this religion teach? As far as you can tell from this one experience, what is the main message this religion gives through its sermons, practices, symbols, and so on?

    . Practical. What is the basic nature of the worship; Formal or informal; Ancient or modern; Structured or spontaneous? What message about how this group conceives of the role of religion does the nature of the worship communicate?

    . Sociological. What kind of group is it; Close-knit or diffused? Does it consist mostly of people drawn to the religion by family or ethnic ties? Or does it consist mostly of committed converts of different backgrounds? What role

    does the priest or leader play
    ? What message about religious experience and meaning is communicated by the nature of the leadership and the group?

A discussion of the art, ethics, and mystical or other special religious experiences of the group may also be discussed under the above three categories as they apply. For example, the art may have implications for the theoretical, practical, or sociological aspects of the group; the practical aspect may be used to evoke a special experience.

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