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Deliverable Properly formatted U.S. Court decision case review Purpose The goal

Deliverable
Properly formatted U.S. Court decision case review
Purpose
The goal of this assignment is for the learner to locate, read, understand, and accurately summarize the critical aspects of an U.S. domestic law published court decision.
Tasks with Directions
Your assignment is to conduct legal research to locate a U.S. domestic published appellate court decision concerning an aspect of U.S. healthcare and submit a written case review summary using the course Case Review Format provided below.
The aspect of healthcare and the specific case/decision is yours to decide. Case topics include, but are not limited to, litigation involving medical malpractice, Affordable Care Act, pharmaceutical liability, insurance company health care contracting, protecting patient information, etc. Choose a topic or issue of professional or personal interest to examine its “legal” perspective.
See Anatomy of a Published Legal Case, Examples on How to Cite the Law, How to Locate Free Case Law on the Internet, CHP 480 Case Review Format, and CHP 480 Sample Case Review resources provided at the Assignment Submission tab.
You must find and use a copy of the court’s original full-length published decision. Accordingly, you may not use any secondary source such as an article, textbook, website, or other publication, blog discussion, etc. that discusses your case or provides a summary synopsis. You must, instead, locate and use the “original” published decision because the purpose of this exercise is to familiarize you with “where the law comes from” and expose you to the idiosyncratic format of how legal decisions are published and published – something distinctly different from other formats encountered in academia and society in general. By reading the full decision and summarizing it using the Case Review format, you will have a useful process and framework to feel comfortable and confident in your ability to locate, read, comprehend, summarize, and apply any reported “case law” on any topic and for any purpose.
For this assignment, restrict yourself to federal and state appellate court decisions (U.S. and state Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal) because these court decisions offer the complete picture and often provide precedent-setting decisions with significant impact on either the provision or enforcement of public health services and programs.
Submission Guidelines
Use the provided Case Review Format and address and complete all fields A-N.
Paper must be in MS Word document format, Times New Roman 12 1.5 line spacing, 1-inch margins.
Do not exceed three pages, do not include a cover page, table of contents, reference page, or other filler pages.
Include on the first page the following summarized Honor Code statement in full on all work turned in for grading: “I pledge that I have neither given nor received any aid on this work”
Use proper APA Publication Manual (7th Edition, Oct. 2019) format. Legal Citations must be in Blue Book format, which has been adopted by APA 7 as appropriate for APA citation of legal references.
Conduct a thorough and accurate pre-submission proofreading, spelling/grammar check, and final editing review paying close attention to word choice, subject/verb agreement, incomplete or nonsensical sentences, etc.
Name your assignment Word documents as follows: “Last Name.Case Review”
Submit completed assignments via BB no later than the required due date/time

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Should non-compliant patients, defined as patient’s that refuse to follow their

Should non-compliant patients, defined as patient’s that refuse to follow their physician’s medical advice and recommendations, be able under state law to sue their health care providers or hospital for medical malpractice if their condition worsens while under the physician’s or hospital’s care? For example, assume Patient A under the care of Provider B is a Type 2 diabetic but ignores Provider B’s advice to modify his diet, exercise, and take prescribed medication. What are both Provider B’s and Patient A’s obligations and responsibilities under these circumstances?
Identify, describe, and apply one ethical decision-making model to this situation. Be specific, ensure you fully identify the model’s framework steps, analyze each individual step, address both sides of the issue, and come to an objective-based conclusion.
Ensure you completely address and answer all the above discussion requirements.

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ast week, you completed the first step in your assignment by selecting a controv

ast week, you completed the first step in your assignment by selecting a controversial contemporary issue. This week, you will complete the next step by using scholarly research tools to locate and write about three academic articles or books that are relevant to the topic you chose.
Carefully read each source. If one of your sources is a book, just read the relevant chapter or chapters. Take notes. What are the article’s main points? What key terms, concepts, or arguments does the article’s author use to make those points? How can you use the article’s main points to develop your own thoughts and opinions on the issue you have chosen?
Here is how your response should be structured.
Open with a paragraph that contains a brief overview of the issue and why it is important to you. In a broad way, indicate why you feel the sources you have chosen are relevant to your topic choice.
In the second, third, and fourth paragraphs, provide a summary of each source in your own words. In other words, each source summary should be one paragraph long. If appropriate, include brief quotations of no longer than a sentence, but no more than one quotation per source.
In the fifth and final paragraph, conclude by noting similarities and differences, as well as strengths and weaknesses of each source. Which source do you think will be most helpful to you?
Include a references page in APA format. Be sure to include all of the required publication information and to list the sources alphabetically.
The total length of this response should be approximately 600–800 words.

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Case 3: An individual who is undergoing gender reassignment/gender affirming sur

Case 3: An individual who is undergoing gender reassignment/gender affirming surgery was traveling and became acutely ill. The patient sought immediate care in a different city with new healthcare providers. Unfortunately, the providers and facility had little experience or training related to transgender patients. The patient had emergency surgery, and while in the recovery room, the patient needed to use the restroom. The staff did not want to assist the patient to the restroom due to their fear of caring for a transgender patient. The patient could hear the staff arguing about whose responsibility it was to help the patient, who was heavily medicated and unable to walk to the restroom. The patient overheard the staff calling an administrator and asking what they should do. Unable to wait any longer to go to the restroom, the patient became incontinent and was extremely embarrassed about the entire situation. The patient has sought an attorney to determine whether there is any action that can be taken against the hospital.
Next, write a one-page letter to the other side arguing why your client is right. Set out the facts, the specific law or laws supporting your client’s position, and what your client wants to resolve the situation (for example, a request for a formal investigation, the offer of a promotion, or dropping the claim).
In your responses to your peers, reply to at least one classmate who represented the other side in your scenario, explaining why your client has the stronger case. Remember to stick to the facts as presented and to avoid making assumptions or generalizations. All sources, including course materials, must be cited according to the most recent APA style.
Your letter should use at least one scholarly or professional source other than the textbook. All sources, including course materials, must be cited according to APA style.

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Case 3: An individual who is undergoing gender reassignment/gender affirming sur

Case 3: An individual who is undergoing gender reassignment/gender affirming surgery was traveling and became acutely ill. The patient sought immediate care in a different city with new healthcare providers. Unfortunately, the providers and facility had little experience or training related to transgender patients. The patient had emergency surgery, and while in the recovery room, the patient needed to use the restroom. The staff did not want to assist the patient to the restroom due to their fear of caring for a transgender patient. The patient could hear the staff arguing about whose responsibility it was to help the patient, who was heavily medicated and unable to walk to the restroom. The patient overheard the staff calling an administrator and asking what they should do. Unable to wait any longer to go to the restroom, the patient became incontinent and was extremely embarrassed about the entire situation. The patient has sought an attorney to determine whether there is any action that can be taken against the hospital.
Next, write a one-page letter to the other side arguing why your client is right. Set out the facts, the specific law or laws supporting your client’s position, and what your client wants to resolve the situation (for example, a request for a formal investigation, the offer of a promotion, or dropping the claim).
In your responses to your peers, reply to at least one classmate who represented the other side in your scenario, explaining why your client has the stronger case. Remember to stick to the facts as presented and to avoid making assumptions or generalizations. All sources, including course materials, must be cited according to the most recent APA style.
Your letter should use at least one scholarly or professional source other than the textbook. All sources, including course materials, must be cited according to APA style.

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Write a 500-word (minimum) summary explaining the main points of the film as the

Write a 500-word (minimum) summary explaining the main points of the film as they connect to:
The connections between different Oceanic languages
The effects of colonization on these languages
No outside resources needed.
https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C2843660

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Write a 500-word (minimum) summary explaining the main points of the film as the

Write a 500-word (minimum) summary explaining the main points of the film as they connect to:
The connections between different Oceanic languages
The effects of colonization on these languages
No outside resources needed.
https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C2843660

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Buckley, John, Managing Intelligence (2014) A Guide for Law Enforcement Professi

Buckley, John, Managing Intelligence (2014) A Guide for Law Enforcement Professionals CRC Press ISBN 978-1-4665-8642-0

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Assignment Content This week, you will wrap up the community action group scenar

Assignment Content
This week, you will wrap up the community action group scenario you began in Week 2. This week’s summative assessment focuses on CSLO 3: Apply ethical and moral decision-making to a contemporary social issue.
Review Ch. 2 of Ethics for Life, which discusses recognizing and constructing moral arguments. This will be an important foundation for your summative assessment. You may find it helpful to review your Week 3 submission and faculty feedback before completing this assignment.
See attached

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A social issue is a problem that affects individuals and/or groups within societ

A social issue is a problem that affects individuals and/or groups within society, and there are almost always opposing viewpoints. Variations in ethical and moral perspectives contribute to disagreements about social issues. This week’s summative assessment focuses on CSLO 2: Compare ethical and moral perspectives of decision-making in the context of social issues.
The scenario provided this week is a continuation of the scenario presented in Week 2. You might find it helpful to review your Week 2 submission and faculty feedback before completing this assignment.
See attached for this week WK 3 to do and last weeks for comparison WK 2 theories.