Is there such a thing as natural norms or natural limits that should not be trans- gressed? Does cosmetic surgery do this? What about a person who wanted his or her face remade to look like a cat or dog? Would it be ethical for a plastic surgeon to do this?
Case Study One Becky Carr is a 57-year-old African-American female who presents to the clinic with a chief complaint of bilateral heel and knee pain. It is described as an ache in the morning that gradually eases up during the day. The patient does not engage in a regular exercise program. She has recently started working outside the home stocking shelves in a discount merchandising store, and she notices she gets a little out of breath at work or when climbing the stairs at home. She is G 4, P 4, A0, L4, and postmenopausal for 6 years. She has […]
1. How do organizations practice ethics to serve both patients and the community 2. What challenges will ethics committees face as health care evolves in a PPACA era? 3. How can spirituality make a difference In maintinaing an ethics-based organization? Answer at a graduate level. Thanks