Paper Expectations: Research – 3-4 double-spaced pages describing the selected i

Paper Expectations:
Research – 3-4 double-spaced pages describing the selected issue using current literature. This component must be well-researched and follow APA citation guidelines.
Analysis – 1-2 double spaced pages discussing the implications of the selected issue for the field of health informatics. This section should be supported by the research component of the paper; however, the focus is on your personal analysis of the significance of, potential impact of, and possible mitigating solutions for the identified issue on the field of health informatics.
References – in APA format
Evaluation Criteria:
Addresses assignment objectives.
Shows evidence of research. Number of references will vary depending on the topic, but a minimum of 3 is a good rule of thumb. References must be relevant, current, and reputable.
Demonstrates a comprehension of the issue and implications for the field of health informatics.
Shows appropriate organization and synthesis of research findings.
Adheres to all appropriate professional writing conventions, including grammar and structure. Adheres to APA citation style.
Submitted by the published due date.
Adheres to criteria in assignment grading rubric.

The module readings (textbooks attached) and presentation (attached) have highli

The module readings (textbooks attached) and presentation (attached) have highlighted some (not all) key topics that have ethical implications. For this discussion, research and locate 2 examples of important contemporary issues (one covered and one not covered in the readings) and describe how Christians and/or Christian ethics and a Christian worldview have responded.
In addition to the below references, the writer will need to reference the Bible and one other reference.
Please use the following references for this discussion:
https://cis.org/Report/Biblical-Perspective-Immigration-Policy
http://isme.tamu.edu/JSCOPE02/Pfaff02.html
Tyra: ch. 9 (attached)
Patterson: chs. 7, 9 (attached)

Changing my bad habit of procastination, document the process for at least seven

Changing my bad habit of procastination, document the process for at least seven (7) days leading to a betterment of your behavior. here is the plan:
1.Writing down assignments that need to be done (a list) and write a specific time on when to do it
2. Promising a reward if I get assignments done, with my favorite food or coffee
3. asking a friend or family member to check up on me on getting my work done.
4. And Minimizing my distractions:turning off social media and tv while doing assignments.
Write a journal(1000) connecting those actions to Aristotle virtue ethics. Make sure you use “Nicomachean ethics” as a reference.
Make sure there is:
A summary of the case study
Relationship between case study and virtue ethics
Provide examples
Conclusion

PART I 30-Minute Service Activity How can we help bring about the common good? S

PART I
30-Minute Service Activity
How can we help bring about the common good? Service activity: play games for science or make a card for a hospitalized child. The service activity instructions are here, and you can choose one of the activities at these links. You might have to copy and paste these links rather than simply clicking on them.
1. The first option contains multiple links to activities through the Citizen Science Center. You can choose one activity. The choices are great: review images to help spot cancer cells, help design RNA strands, map and manipulate neurons in 3D, and more. If one of the links at this point of entry does not work, choose another one.
http://www.citizensciencecenter.com/citizen-science-games-ultimate-list
2. The second choice is often preferred by students who would like to involve their children or friends. It is making cards for hospitalized children. Feel free to attach a picture of just your card to your discussion board post or, if you involve others, a picture of all the cards you and others with you make. It is always fun to see these.
http://www.cardsforhospitalizedkids.com/make-cards.html
PART II
Describe your service activity (one sentence is fine to tell us what you did) and connect it to the definition of the common good proposed by David Cloutier, “the organization of contention and cooperation within and among social institutions in ways that sustain the moral character and daily life of persons and the relationships among them that constitute shared human flourishing.” How did your activity contribute to the common good?

he assignments are designed to allow students to demonstrate essential mediation

he assignments are designed to allow students to demonstrate essential mediation skills and techniques, apply
codes of ethics to scenario-based cases, and to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the mediation
session.
Assignment Requirements:
1. Proofread your papers; excessive typos and spelling errors may be subject to a re-write.
2. All papers, (using Microsoft Word only) must include:
a. Cover page (with your name, assignment name, class #, and date, etc.).
b. Reference list.
c. Page numbers (insert page numbers)
d. Page layout with 1-inch margins and 11-12 font size.
e. APA 6th writing style for all citations and references. If you are unfamiliar with APA, please
review the following links :
The purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate your understanding of the ethical standards that govern mediators. These standards are covered in The Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators (Links to an external site.). According to Mediate.com (Links to an external site.), the The Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators was prepared in 1994 by the American Arbitration Association, the American Bar Association’s Section of Dispute Resolution, and the Association for Conflict Resolution. A joint committee consisting of representatives from the same successor organizations revised the Model Standards in 2005. Both the original 1994 version and the 2005 revision have been approved by each participating organization. The standards cover the following key terms/mediation concepts:
· Standard I: Self-determination
· Standard ll: Impartiality
· Standard lll: Conflict of Interest
· Standard lV: Competence
· Standard V: Confidentiality
· Standard Vl: Quality of the Process
Instructions:
1.Read The Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators (Links to an external site.) to become familiar the standards of conduct.
2.Read and analyze each scenario to determine if the scenario is either ethical or unethical. Students will write a brief analysis for each scenario, using the standards of conduct to guide their analysis and rationales. See format example below for each scenario, write the scenario and the analysis:
Scenario 0: You are invited to a mediation where the mediator will fix his mediator fees as a % of the total amount agreed by the parties. ”
Analysis 0: Probably unethical. Contingency fees are not allowed in most codes of conduct. (Note: Students will write at least one paragraph and use The Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators and/or the textbook to support their analyses. Students will also use the key and descriptive terms such as confidentiality, conflict of interest, impartiality, etc. in the analysis).
Part 1: Ethical Scenarios:
Scenario 1 : You are meeting your best friend after finishing a juicy divorce mediation between two prominent citizens. Your best friend asks you for some details and you say that you can’t mention their names (wink, wink), but here is what happened (and you summarize what happened in the session).
Scenario 2: You are in the midst of a divorce mediation and your brother, who is a local teacher and is not aware of who your clients are, mentions that he just found out that the school nurse suspects Mr. X (the father in this case) of abusing one of his children and is going to file a report on him. You are torn on whether to raise the issue in mediation or investigate it yourself.
Scenario 3: The mediator, in open session, mentions admiration for the boat that one party has shown pictures of to prove repairs were not done properly and engages in a long conversation about the best places to go boating.
Scenario 4: One of the parties expresses deep reluctance about the mediation process. While the mediator doesn’t expressly say that the person “can’t leave,” the mediator’s language and tone heavily imply that leaving is not an option.
Scenario 5: Because you never know how difficult a session will be the mediator makes the rules up as he/she goes along instead of going over the rules and the process with the parties before beginning.
Scenario 6: Two parties in a neighborhood case are disputing the location of a fence. In the process of their discussion, they decide that the entire fence should be relocated, including the part owned by a third neighbor. Is it ethical or unethical if the mediator writes up the agreement that all three neighbors will build a new fence?
Scenario 7: The mediator really grows to admire Jan while mediating a dispute, but is able to maintain impartial regard during the process. One week after settlement, the mediator calls Jan to get together for a drink.
PART 2 OVERVIEW
According to the International Council for Online Dispute Resolution (ICODR), (Links to an external site.) with the rapid growth of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR), it is vital to establish ethical standards to undergird the design, structure, practices, and implementation of global online dispute resolution systems. ICODR provides nine best practices for ODR. Keep in mind that online mediation is part and application of the wider field of ODR regulations.
Accessible: ODR must be easy for parties to find and participate in and not limit their right to representation. ODR should be available through both mobile and desktop channels, minimize costs to participants, and be easily accessed by people with different physical ability levels.
Accountable: ODR systems must be continuously accountable to the institutions, legal frameworks, and communities that they serve.
Competent: ODR providers must have the relevant expertise in dispute resolution, legal, technical execution, language, and culture required to deliver competent, effective services in their target areas. ODR services must be timely and use participant time efficiently.
Confidential: ODR must maintain the confidentiality of party communications in line with policies that must be made public around a) who will see what data, and b) how that data can be used.
Equal: ODR must treat all participants with respect and dignity. ODR should enable often silenced or marginalized voices to be heard and ensure that offline privileges and disadvantages are not replicated in the ODR process.
Fair/Impartial/Neutral: ODR must treat all parties equally and in line with due process, without bias or benefits for or against individuals, groups, or entities. Conflicts of interest of providers, participants, and system administrators must be disclosed in advance of commencement of ODR services.
Legal: ODR must abide by and uphold the laws in all relevant jurisdictions.
Secure: ODR providers must ensure that data collected and communications between those engaged in ODR is not shared with any unauthorized parties. Users must be informed of any breaches in a timely manner.
Transparent: ODR providers must explicitly disclose in advance a) the form and enforceability of dispute resolution processes and outcomes, and b) the risks and benefits of participation. Data in ODR must be gathered, managed, and presented in ways to ensure it is not misrepresented or out of context.
Part 2 Question(s):
After reading the above ICODR (Links to an external site.) best practices and taking into consideration The Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators (Links to an external site.), write in 1-2 paragraphs what new ethical standards or indicators (at least 3) should be included in the work of online mediator/mediation.

Instruction: A presentation using a PowerPoint narrated slide show. Briefly summ

Instruction:
A presentation using a PowerPoint narrated slide show.
Briefly summarize your feelings about taking a course in Ethics and explore your process of transformation in this course.
Discuss your experiences of the course, your beginnings, and where you are now. Consider your interaction in discussions.
Should health care workers be required to take a course in Ethics? Why or why not.
Presentation Requirements:
Length: 2-3 minutes

Use APA The Final Paper/Final Research Report must be approximately 15-typed pa

Use APA
The Final Paper/Final Research Report must be approximately 15-typed pages/5200 words of text,12 pt. font (Times New Roman), double-spaced, 1–inch margins all sides.
This Assignment must include the following elements:
Cover page including, title, student’s name, course name, section number, Instructor’s name
Abstract
Research Problem Statement
Literature review ranging from 6 to 8 pages in length
Method, at least 2 pages in length, including purpose of study, study population and sample, procedure, and ethical implications of your research project and design and instrument • Results, at least 2 pages in length, plus charts/graphs/tables, including data, analysis, and explanation
Discussion and Conclusion, at least 3 pages, including purpose, key findings, comparison against literature, limitations, and recommendations
Reference page including properly formatted reference citations for 10 credible sources, with at least 6 sources from peer-reviewed scholarly journals, as specified by instructor
Few references are below:
Dehon, E., Weiss, N., Jones, J., Faulconer, W., Hinton, E., & Sterling, S. (2017). A Systematic Review of the Impact of Physician Implicit Racial Bias on Clinical Decision Making. Academic Emergency Medicine, 24(8), 895–904.
https://doi.org/10.1111/acem.13214
Niranjan, S. J., Martin, M. Y., Fouad, M. N., Vickers, S. M., Wenzel, J. A., Cook, E. D., Konety, B. R., & Durant, R. W. (2020). Bias and stereotyping among research and clinical professionals: perspectives on minority recruitment for oncology clinical trials. Cancer, 126(9), 1958–1968. https://doi.org/10.1002/cncr.32755
Shen, M. J., Peterson, E. B., Costas-Muñiz Rosario, Hernandez, M. H., Jewell, S. T., Matsoukas, K., & Bylund, C. L. (2018). The effects of race and racial concordance on patient-physician communication: a systematic review of the literature. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, 5(1), 117–140. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40615-017-0350-4
Pletcher, M. J., Kertesz, S. G., Kohn, M. A., & Gonzales, R. (2008). Trends in Opioid Prescribing by Race/Ethnicity for Patients Seeking Care in US Emergency Departments. JAMA, 299(1). https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.2007.64

All posts should be written using full sentences in paragraph form. The use of p

All posts should be written using full sentences in paragraph form. The use of philosophical concepts, wherever relevant, is highly recommended to earn full points. Please provide both in-text citations and post-text references.
Discuss the moral implications of eating nonhuman animals.
Is it morally permissible to raise and kill animals to eat them in our society, where nutritious alternatives to animal foods are readily available?
If we were somewhere where there were inadequate non-animal foods, would that make a difference to the morality of using animals for food?
Which ethical theory (utilitarian, social contract, Kantian, etc.) is most consistent with your outlook on consuming animals?

All posts should be written using full sentences in paragraph form. The use of p

All posts should be written using full sentences in paragraph form. The use of philosophical concepts, wherever relevant, is highly recommended to earn full points. Please provide both in-text citations and post-text references. Do not bother claiming that you did not provide in-text citations and post-text references because everything came from your head. You are required to include textual evidence for your claims, which includes using specific ideas from our readings to support your ideas, and you must also cite those readings using APA Style both in the body of your response and at the end on a References list. We wouldn’t want to plagiarize in an Ethics class! 🙂
use the Ethics for A-level book
first initial post need to be 205 words after that i will send you 2 of my peers post for you respond 100 words each.
Discussion Prompt
Select one of the three prompts below to respond to in your initial post this week. You are encouraged to respond to peers that explored prompts that you did not.
Prompt #1
Discuss the implications of moral consideration on some of the following practices involving nonhuman animals: meat-eating habits, pet ownership, the use of nonhuman animals in experimentations, and keeping animals in zoos.
In what ways, if any, do any of the above actions represent incompatible, even contradictory, moral values?
Do humans have a moral obligation to modify our lifestyle in order to recognize the moral status of nonhuman others?
Do you believe any of the nonhuman animals mentioned above (pets, farmed animals, zoo animals, etc.) would qualify as moral subjects, and perhaps even moral agents?
Which ethical theory (utilitarian, social contract, Kantian, etc.) is most consistent with your outlook on animals?
(USLOs 5.1, 5.2, 5.3)