Each essay must be original and if I can request a plagiarism check.

Each essay must be 850 – 1000 words (3 – 4 pages)

if I can have at least 3 references in the essay

below is what I am graded on:

  1. Students used standard essay format: Introduction/Body/Conclusion. The structure is a multi-paragraph essay, clearly developed with effective transitions and solid topic sentences.
  2. Students demonstrated an in-depth understanding of the ideas in the assigned reading and critically evaluates/responds to those ideas in an analytical persuasive manner (i.e. graduate level).
  3. Students was able to respond clearly and directly to the assignment in an academic manner with good development. The essay indicates a good understanding of the course content and supports its points with textual and outside references.
  4. Students demonstrated the use of critical thinking while making novels connections to outside materials and experiences. Analysis is fresh, posing new ways to think of the material.
  5. Students demonstrated proper use of grammar, spelling, punctuation, citation style, etc. Writing consistently adheres to A.P.A formatting.

Exam One: 

  1. Identify and describe the issues involved in end-of-life dilemmas. Examine the purpose of the Patient Self-Determination Act of 1990.
  1. Define the term “credentialing.” Analyze the hospital’s duty to ensure the credentialing, appointment, privileging, and discipline of physicians.
  1. Examine physician negligence and provide examples of negligence issues related to patient assessment, medical diagnosis, and treatment.
  1. Define the term “consent” according to the textbook and analyze the various types of consent. Examine why it is important to assess a patient’s decision-making capacity.

Attached is the book to be used for these essays.


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