Locate case United States Supreme Court case of Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health, 497 U.S. 261 (1990).

  • Step 1 – Locate case United States Supreme Court case of Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health, 497 U.S. 261 (1990).The full text of this case, along with numerous case briefs, commentaries, summaries, etc., may be found by simply entering the full name of the case into any major online search engine of your choosing.Step 2 – Read case. Review the following questions:• What was the ultimate numerical vote of the court?• When and how can life support be withdrawn?• How does death by refusal of treatment differ from suicide?• How does a living will work and when does it become of legal effect?• What is a health care directive and how does it work?Step 3 – After completing your research, summarize your answers, and, along with any other sources, if any, address and support your particular position/view on the following specific issues, and, specifically, how you would apply the Saint Leo University Core Values of Community, Respect, and Integrity into your actions. Be sure to use proper APA format for citations.1. What are the potential foreseeable financial, psychological, and medical, yet unintended, harmful consequences to one’s family and friends in failing to provide a properly executed will and living will prior to one’s final illness and death?2. What are the fundamental distinctions between recuperative medical care and palliative care? Who should be included in the decision to modify care from recuperative to palliative? When, if ever, is the right to refuse any and all medical care appropriate when such virtually ensures the death of the patient?3. What professionals, medical or otherwise, should be involved in advising decisions concerning end-of life wishes? How does euthanasia differ from a simple cessation of treatment? Who should make end of life decisions for those who are without a family member to take on such a role?4. What measures can be taken to ensure the quality of ongoing family and social relationships, individually and as a group, to end-of-life patients? What pitfalls are to be avoided in ensuring maintenance of these relationships? What actions may be taken to ensure the spiritual and existential dimensions of the process are respected and integrated? You must submit this assignment as a Word document to Chalk and Wire no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT.Ed Pedrreero, JD
  • Instructor Writing Paper Guide

    Posted Apr 14, 2020 2:07 PM

  • The following are writing tips to be used in future assignments. Your introduction should only take up a third to a half of your first page and that it should not be used to provide the specific facts and figures of your argument, as those belong in your body paragraphs.Your introduction’s purpose is to let your reader know what you will be discussing and to provide any context or necessary background information that they would need to know before stating your thesis.Avoid referring to your paper within the paper itself. Rather than saying what you are going to discuss, for example “This paper will talk about contracts,” go ahead and give your main idea and how you will be approaching that idea. In this way you can indicate the topics you will be addressing by showing their relationship to the main idea rather than announcing that they will be discussed.Be sure to clearly indicate your main idea as well as how you will be approaching the topic. This will help you organize your own information, as well as prepare your reader for how you are going to be presenting the information.As you organize your paper, make sure each body paragraph focuses on developing one supporting point from your thesis statement and that each point clearly leads into another. This will help with the flow of your paper and will also make sure that your thesis is fully supported and elaborated.Remember that your conclusion should be a summary of the points and ideas that you have already discussed throughout the body paragraphs of your essay. Your conclusion should not include any new points, ideas, or information.

    FIRST & SECOND PERSON USAGE It is generally unaccepted to use the first or second person (I, you, we, our) in academic writing, as it is considered to be too informal to refer to yourself or your reader directly.
    Avoid asking your reader rhetorical questions, as it is considered to be too informal to refer to your reader directly.
    QUOTES, CITATIONS, & RESEARCH. When it comes to using direct quotes, a good rule to follow is to have at least three sentences in your own words for every one sentence of quotes. Quotes should be used to support your words rather than to make your point.It is important to include some context when you introduce a person in your essay. Even if you make it clear that this person is the author of the article you’re referring to, that does not indicate why this person’s opinion is relevant or important. If they are a researcher or scientist or an expert in the field, it is important to let your reader know in order to add validity to your support.

    When making assertions in an academic context, be sure to back up your statements with citations from unbiased, peer-reviewed sources. Be sure that you include citations for information taken from an outside source or that isn’t common knowledge. Even if you are not directly quoting an author, be sure to include an in-text citation to credit the reference with the original idea. Consult your APA style guide to be sure that your sources are all formatted correctly.

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