Saturday, January 17, 2009

Case Analysis Examples (for the final paper)

As we mentioned in class, there are a number of legitimate ways that cases are analyzed in written form. You are welcome to use an approach based on previously posted recommendations (available here and here), but if you want a different perspective, consider visiting the case log for the ethics journal, Virtual Mentor. There you will find cases on a wide range of topics. One case that pits patient autonomy against the duty to treat is especially relevant to our discussion last week. Read it here. What do you think of the response to the case?

And remember our discussion about leaving AMA versus elopement? For my personal take on the word elope, check out this humor piece.

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