Discuss the different topics discussed in this film: for example care for people at the end of life, ethical decisions of healthcare professionals, interpersonal communications between family members, and what to do if someone cannot make a medical decision for themselves.

Discuss the different topics discussed in this film: for example care for people at the end of life, ethical decisions of healthcare professionals, interpersonal communications between family members, and what to do if someone cannot make a medical decision for themselves.

This film was selected because of its robust discussion of healthcare at the end of ones life. A solid analysis would take academic discussions (from the textbook) and synthesize it with real-word applications (from the film).

Discuss and establish a relationship about the process and medical ethics of healthcare for people near the end of their life and how it relates to respecting the patients desires and how professionals aid in this process to best assist a patient and their family with this very difficult choice.

Introduction: Choose one or more ethical perspective that you believe could relate to the topics presented in this video. An argument could be made for any of the ethical perspectives, so there is no right or wrong answer with your selection(s). Pages 1 – 42

Part One: You should consider the rights and responsibilities of healthcare professionals in presenting end-of-life care options. How should the options be discussed with the patient and the family? How should they be discussed among other healthcare professionals? Discuss specific patients shown in the film. Pages 43 – 146

Part Two: This focus on good health can be applied to end-of-life care options. What type of health is good health? Who should make that decision for the patient? Again, be specific when discussing patients shown in the film. Pages 147 – 310

Part Three: Continuing the discussion of Part Two, this focus can be applied to a good death. What type of death is good death? Who should make that decision for the patient? Be specific when discussing patients shown in the film. Pages 311 – 506

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7958189/ (article)

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