1. Discuss what examples of paternalism you have gleaned from this case.
2. Do you think Dan was treated fairly? Discuss your answer.
3. Discuss the issues of trust, confidentiality, and fairness as they relate to this case.
Question Assignments shall include:
Required: Complete detailed answers addressing each of the issue(s) in the selected cases using proper English and APA Style for citations and references. The issue(s)/question(s) must be repeated in full and followed by the narrative response which must include properly used and APA Style cited sources. The references used for each issue/answer shall follow before proceeding to the next question/issue.
Required: More than two “External Authoritative Sources” are required in addition to the textbook for maximum points on EACH issue/question. In addition each paragraph and/or each substantive issue addressed in an answer must have at least one “External Authoritative Sources” cited (not including the text book). It is unacceptable to have paragraph(s) or issue(s) with zero sources cited and then have one paragraph or issue to contain all three “external authoritative sources” and the text book.
The assigned cases are as follows.
Module I – Paternalism and Breach of Confidentiality, Chapter 2 Page 47/48
5. Required: A source cannot be referenced unless it was cited in the narrative answer.
6. Required: The text book must be cited just like any other source. It is not permissible to write “In the text book…” or in the case study…”
7. Required: Any direct quote in the narrative must include the page or paragraph number in the citation.
8. Required: It is improper to place a citation/source at the end of a paragraph if material from the source appears before the last sentence in the paragraph.
9. Required: It is improper to place a citation in the middle of a sentence. One can lead with the source in the sentence but cannot use a citation within parenthesis except at the end of the sentence.
10. “External Authoritative Sources” for purposes of this course shall mean: articles from published books, peer reviewed journal articles, education and government sites as well as non-partisan national or international organizations (such as WHO, UNICEF, UNAIDS etc) provided, however the article selected has:
In text citations and references to support statements made therein.
Under no circumstances are newspapers (e.g., the Wall Street Journal), blogs (regardless of source), editorials, panel discussions and “dot com” sites be used. The foregoing are not considered authoritative for this course.