Prompt “How one defines what a person is or when human life begins determines on

“How one defines what a person is or when human life begins determines one’s bioethical views on major issues such as abortion, IVF, embryonic stem cell research, and euthanasia.” Elaborate.
To write this paper, you are asked to:
In a first section, summarize four conceptions of personhood from your textbook (pages 152-160), two religious and two secular views. Make sure you NAME the proponents of each view (i.e., who advocates for this view), while citing the textbook page between parentheses. At the end of this first section, CHOOSE ONE conception of personhood that matches your own views.
In a second section, explain how your chosen conception of personhood determines your personal ethical position on all four issues: abortion, IVF, embryonic stem cell research, and euthanasia. NOTE: You are not simply asked to state your position, but to show clearly how this position is founded on your definition of personhood.
In a third section, explore the limitations of your position on these different issues, i.e., the ways in which others might object to ALL FOUR of your ethical positions, based on different definitions of personhood. NOTE: You do not need to reply to these challenges, but simply to show that you are aware of the objections others may raise against your position.
Include a short introduction and a short conclusion.
Although this paper asks for your personal position on biomedical issues, you MUST SHOW WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED from this class by using concepts, terms, ideas, and authors you have read about in the textbook.
The length of the paper is between 650-850 words.
Edit your work. Typos, grammatical errors, and incomplete or unclear sentences will affect your grade negatively. Good luck with all your finals!

1. Poster must be by a minimumof 3′ tall and 4 ‘ wide . 2. Written materials to

1. Poster must be by a minimumof 3′ tall and 4 ‘ wide .
2. Written materials to accompany the poster display must be a minimum of 1 and half typed pages to no more than 4 typed pages ( do not coumt your cover page)
5. double spaced in APA format
6. must include a detailed summary.
Explain what we are trying to achieve when we manually ventilates someone .what are we trying to do and why.

This final career assignment is a compilation of all your previous work complete

This final career assignment is a compilation of all your previous work completed for the career portfolio regarding your chosen career in Kinesiology. All previous writings for the career project should be in final draft (revised) form, based on the feedback you received from the instructor on your first draft……in other words, use instructor feedback from the first draft to improve and revise your work for the final draft before placing it in your final portfolio.
1500-3000 word paper in APA format, double spaced throughout, no abstract.
Paper includes section headings and is in 12pt generic font.
Minimum of 19 paragraphs (4 specific to each previous career assignment and 5 for your summary plus and introduction and conclusion paragraph).
NOTE: This is a research career project, so you MUST reference any data or factual statements used from another source within text and on a reference page. Be careful, no use of opinion or subjective information as fact in your paper. If in doubt about the authenticity of a statement, do your research and reference appropriately per APA format. If you do not use appropriate APA research methods and documentation in your paper, you will lose points.
Make revisions (based on instructor feedback/rubric) to your previously graded Kinesiology career assignments:
career profile
career outlook
before compiling and including in your portfolio. Make sure each of the three sections listed above has at least one in-text reference based on the research you did and factual information you found about the criteria for your career.
You will also need to include a Summary (at the end of your portfolio before your reference page)
Your summary is to include responses to the following questions now that you have researched what it takes to become an educated Kinesiology professional in the career you chose. Your summary should include 5 paragraphs covering the 5 questions prompts below.
10 pts each=50 pts
Do your attitudes, values, and goals match those of professionals in my chosen career? In a paragraph, Explainhow they do or do not.
Am I interested—really interested—in this career (now that I have done the research)? In a paragraph, Explain why or why not.
Do my attitudes, interests, and talents lend themselves to my chosen career? In a paragraph, Explain why or why not.
How well will your current chosen college educational plan (including DVC) prepare you? This is your college educational plan BEFORE doing research for your career profile. How has your completed research affected your educational plan? In a paragraph, Explain your response.
I am committed to preparing myself to be the best professional possible (in my chosen career)? In a paragraph, Explain your commitment or lack of commitment to your career now that you have done the research.
Your final portfolio must include the nine (9) items listed below in the following order in APA format:
APA Cover page (include at least one image) *NOTE: this should be the only cover page in your portfolio. Do not include cover pages for your individual revised papers.
Paper must Include appropriate APA level 1 section headings for each section of your portfolio. i.e. Introduction, Career Profile, Education/Training, Career Outlook, Summary, Conclusion, References.
Introduction Paragraph that introduces your portfolio and it’s purpose and all it’s parts. NOTE: all previous introduction paragraphs should be removed for this final draft of your portfolio compilation.
Revised Kinesiology Career Profile (minimum 4 paragraphs). Contains an in-text reference.
Revised Kinesiology Career Profile-Education and Training (minimum 4 paragraphs). Contains at least 3 in-text references.
Revised Kinesiology Career Profile-Career Outlook (minimum 4 paragraphs). Contains at least 3 in-text references.
Summary (minimum 5 paragraphs)
Conclusion (write a comprehensive conclusion regarding your portfolio information and include what you learned from this project, etc). NOTE: all previous conclusion paragraphs should be removed for this final draft of your portfolio compilation.
Separate APA Reference page at the end of the document that includes all sources used (including in-text references) to write your paper(s) and create your final portfolio.
APA Format Guidelines and Examples
Writing assignments in this course have grading rubrics. Here is a link (Links to an external site.) to help you locate the rubric for this assignment.
Please review the grading rubric before uploading your assignment.

This final formal writing assignment is worth 100 points total. You will submit

This final formal writing assignment is worth 100 points total. You will submit two different worksheets (attached below). You will work on a unit plan and develop a lesson plan that fits within that unit.
Instruction Plan Worksheet
Use this worksheet (lesson plan template) to complete Part G of the above worksheet.
Illness, chronic disease, and death are issues even children have to face. In Chapter 10 of your text, you will be learning about some of the ways health teachers can address crises and critical issues. For your final paper/project you will choose one topic from Chapter 10 to focus on for creating a learning unit for a specific grade level. For this assignment, you will be completing the worksheets attached above. In addition to completing the worksheets, you will also complete a demonstration piece and write a formal reflective paper as you have done on the previous LAs.
Note – the worksheet focuses on suicide and death; however, you are welcome to cover other topics covered within the chapter such as self-harm, terminal illness, and disasters.
This assignment contains 3 parts:
Unit & Lesson Planning Worksheets (included above) Choose a topic from Chapter 10 for a specific K-12 grade level.
Teaching demonstration. Pick one teaching element and create a demonstration of how you would carry out this element in your classroom. You may choose to create an activity you would do with your class, a teaching and learning activity to prepare students for an activity, or an assessment or you may create an assessment that will tell you if the children met a specific learning outcome.
Reflective Paper The paper is required to be written in formal APA style. In this paper, you will be describing your practical and creative process for creating the IPW.
Below is greater detail about each of the 3 parts:
1. Instruction Plan Worksheet: Complete the 2 worksheets (one for your unit and one for your specific lesson) for a specific topic taken from Chapter 10.
2. Demonstration: Use your creativity for this section! You have the option to either create a demonstration of how you would teach your lesson or what a product/learning outcome, assessment, etc would look like from your IPW. Here are some examples of what I mean:
Create a short (1-2 minute) video of you teaching some portion of your IPW
Create a PowerPoint with pictures of you teaching or with you talking through the lesson.
Do the activity in your IPW yourself and upload an image of what is produced — for example, if you had children build a food pyramid out of images of food cut out from ads in a newspaper, you would actually do this yourself, take a picture of your food clips pyramid and upload the image along with your IPW and your paper. Provide instructions for how to both do and teach the activity.
You may also come up with something on your own that covers either you demonstrating what you would do, showing something you would create, or creating something you would have students do.
Remember — this section is for you to try things out and experiment — This section is deliberately designed to be very open and creative — I want you to play and experiment with what you might actually do in a classroom someday!
3. Reflective Paper – Formal Writing/APA required: This is the “meta-cognitive” portion of your learning activity. In this paper, I want you to talk about your creative process for coming up with the activities, objectives, and assessments for your IPW. In this paper, you will also talk about how you used resources from the class, your text, your interview — anything you have done to date. You may also talk about what you found through your own research and how you used this information to build your IPW. Here are some areas to include in your paper:
Describe your creative thought process for completing the IPW. How do you visualize what was going to happen in the classroom? What will you be doing as a teacher? Why did you choose the materials, activities, and assessments you chose, etc.
Describe your creative thought process for engaging and including parents in the teaching and learning process. What research did you need to do for this section? What pre-teaching might you need to do? How will you go about seeking input from parents and including them in the lesson?
What challenges do you anticipate encountering for teaching these subjects? Why do you suspect there will be challenges and how will you meet these challenges?
What do you need to do to mentally and emotionally prepare for this lesson?
What information did you gather to use for this lesson? Why did you choose this particular information? How did you use the information and resources you found? (specific citations, references, and examples are expected to be included)
Talk about the assessment you chose — how will this assessment tell you if your students actually achieved the learning objective you set for them?
How useful was this assignment? Is there anything you would do to design this assignment differently that would have deepened your learning?

Please reply to the 2 peers below PEER 1 NSM A key difference of law, law is des

Please reply to the 2 peers below
A key difference of law, law is described as the set of rules and regulations, created by the government to govern the whole society. The law is universally accepted, recognized and enforced. It is created with the purpose of maintaining social order, peace, justice in the society and to provide protection to the general public and safeguard their interest. It is made after considering ethical principles and moral values. By ethics, we mean that branch of moral philosophy that guides people about what is good or bad. It is a collection of fundamental concepts and principles of an ideal human character. The principles help us in making decisions regarding, what is right or wrong. It informs us about how to act in a particular situation and make a judgment to make better choices for ourselves. Although, both the law and ethics are made in alignment so that they do not contradict each other. Both go side by side, as they provide how to act in a particular manner. Every person is equal in the eyes of law and ethics, nobody is superior or inferior. Further, these two allow a person to think freely and choose. Allowing both to guide your actions will make you a stronger medical professional because in this field you have morals and rules to follow and understand. You have resposibilities and every choice you make needs to be firm and professional. Keeping everything organized is also a big part of it not only with your personal work, but also around your patient.
PEER 2 MK The potentional ethical dielema in healthcare is a huge issue intodays healthcare. I say this because we dont always take a second to think about our actions in the host of situations we are given in todays healthcare world.
The best wy to explain this is to describe a scianrio that happened to me in the setting that I work in. I am a veteran Emergency room Technician, I see and care for so many patients in a day from the normal community to the inmates to a local incarceration facility. this particular case was dealing with a domestic violence case that lead to an arrest, The perpetrator had a family member come into the hospital as they found out the victim was in the hospital. We all are aware of the HIPPA law that prevents us from giving out information regarding to the patients care or conditon unless they are privelaged to have that information. That being said the individual came to me asking for information in regards to the patient and their wellbieng, me being new to the patients case was not entirely to aware of who the patients family was so I was even more less inclined to give any information out pertaining to the patient. In this case I did actually use the ” Blanchard -Peale Three step Ethics Model” without even really realizing that I had done so.
The three questions that I had asked my self are Is it legal? Is it balanced? How does it make me feel? Question 1 was is it legal? , I asked my self can I legally give this person information regarding the patient and is it hurting others. It is indeed illegal that I gave any information to the indiviual without any knowledge of who they are to the patient. The second question was is is balanced?, I could not say yes if this was banced because of not knowing if this was benefiting or hurting one party more than the other. The final question was , How would I feel meaning would I be able to without hesitation explain the actions? I answered this as I would feel bad and not be able to with out hesitation explain my actions. Why? because agin I do not know who this individual is to the patient. Where the dilema lies in this is that these questions could not be answered clearly as they should be. So in coming to a solution to this case I chose to not give any information to the individual. Why because at the end of the day I have to protect my self , my job and my license as well as the patient and their safety. At the end of the day did the individual like my response to them trying to obtain information , that was a clear no but again at the end of the day I have to protect my self and my patients.

please respond to the post below in 300 words or more: “Healthcare Organization

please respond to the post below in 300 words or more:
“Healthcare Organization Functional Structure, Innovation and Teams
Relational coordination is a dynamic process between communication and relationships for the purpose of task completion. Effective teams can coordinate efficiently through shared goals, and an exchange of information (Hustoft et al., 2018). It is crucial contemporary healthcare providers convey an understanding from a healthcare system thinking perspective that organizations require fiscal management, coordination and expansion of service lines and all products related to the business of healthcare delivery.
Functional organizational structures sort departments based on task specificity crucial to the institution’s mission. Advantages include efficiency and expertise. However, this model may result in the unintended creation of silos and challenging communication and harmonization. The Affordable Care Act, regulatory adjustments, value-based care, and technological advances serve as driving forces for healthcare organizational functional structure design modifications (Ridgely et al., 2020). The demand for improved patient experience, cost-containment and superior outcomes requires organizational integration between and across large health network divisions and settings.
Furthermore, healthcare institutions can only remain viable while meeting simultaneous goals through innovation. Cross functional teams gather the expertise of multiple sectors to problem solve and achieve objectives. Research demonstrates the precursors to effective teams include information imparting, helping behaviors and variety (Moser et al., 2018). Our urology department is a single-purpose cross functional team that encompasses operations, finance and marketing, quality and clinical. There is substantial conflict between clinical providers and marketing departments with pressure to continue service line growth to meet targets for access. However, our provider team voices concerns regarding logistics, resources, administrative supports and impacts on care quality and job satisfaction. The literature finds practitioners face moral distress in a climate of swift organizational change and cultural shifts that resemble corporatized business models, inconsistent with the tenets of holistic, sensitive, and humane care (McMillan & Perron, 2020). At this juncture, there is still no solution in sight. However, patient centered processes should remain at the core.