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As a healthcare professional, it is your responsibility to be ethically sound. You have an essential responsibility to effectively apply ethical reasoning to crucial decisions. One method of elevating your ethical reasoning abilities is through the practice, reading, and understanding of case studies. While every case is not identical, the review of ethical case studies prepares you for similar incidents that may arise.
For the Module 1 Case Assignment, you are to review 2 cases from the AMA Journal of Ethics (http://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/site/cases.html).
In a 3-page paper complete the following:
You are to support your analysis and views with at least 3 scholarly references (e.g., peer-reviewed journals).