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:
- Students used standard essay format: Introduction/Body/Conclusion. The structure is a multi-paragraph essay, clearly developed with effective transitions and solid topic sentences.
- 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).
- 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.
- 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.
- Students demonstrated proper use of grammar, spelling, punctuation, citation style, etc. Writing consistently adheres to A.P.A formatting.
- Identify and describe the issues involved in end-of-life dilemmas. Examine the purpose of the Patient Self-Determination Act of 1990.
- Define the term “credentialing.” Analyze the hospital’s duty to ensure the credentialing, appointment, privileging, and discipline of physicians.
- Examine physician negligence and provide examples of negligence issues related to patient assessment, medical diagnosis, and treatment.
- 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.