Section 2Annotated Bibliography Ares E. (2008). An uncommon skin condition illustrates the need for caution when prescribing for friends. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 20(8) 389-395. Ella Ares is a medical practitioner in New York. Ella Ares has been a physician for many years and this has been coupled with numerous awards for the best contact. Ella Ares authored this article in 2008. The timeframe when this article was authored is appropriate because it conforms to the quality requirements for this research. The article An uncommon skin condition illustrates the need for caution when prescribing for friends provides a succinct view of how it is not appropriate for doctors to provide health care to friends or relatives. Ella Ares provides an analysis of the dangers involved in prescribing medicine for friends or family members who have mycosis fungoides (MF). The focus of this article is based the patients hence a different approach should be taken while dealing with relatives. This journal has a complete set of the research methodology references and the data which makes it an appropriate source to use in this research. References Ares E. (2008). An uncommon skin condition illustrates the need for caution when prescribing for friends. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 20(8) 389-395. Cherry M. J. (2010). Non-Consensual Treatment is (Nearly Always) Morally Impermissible. The Journal of Law Medicine & Ethics 38(4) 789-798. Sherman T Fredrick. Treating your mother? A new type of preventable medical error ? Fam Pract Manag. 2008;12(3):41-44. HILL H. & HILL M. (2011). When your mother wants a script: The ethics of treating family members. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants 24(2) 59-60. Rogers W. A. (2003). Confidentiality and the ethics of medical ethics. Journal of Medical Ethics 29(4) 220-224. doi:10.1136/jme.29.4.220 [...]
Part 1 ( please do separate documents for part 1 & part 2) Thesis: choose a topic ( Treating patients who are family members), begin research, and draft a thesis for your paper. two peer-reviewed articles related to your topic. First, select a topic with both legal and ethical implications faced by professionals in the healthcare setting. Your final paper will discuss the multitude of legal viewpoints, ethical issues, and issues of inter-professionalism related to your topic. You will be required to discuss how values, ethics, and sense of inter-professionalism may shape how the topic is interpreted, analyzed, and communicated in legal and ethical terms. Compose a 2–3 page paper that presents your thesis and summarizes your supporting articles. In your paper, analyze why these article support or refute your topic. Compose your paper in APA format with a title page, introduction, headings, conclusion, and reference section Part 2 Annotated Bibliography An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph (the annotation). The purpose of the paragraph is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. It is important to review the sources critically, and evaluate their relevance to your paper. Need five total peer-reviewed articles related to your topic to complete a annotated bibliography. Summarize these articles.