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HCS 465 Week 4 Team Assignment Ethical Scenario Presentation
Select one of the ethical scenarios listed below:
A company uses patient DNA for research without the patient's knowledge or consent.
A non-profit organization sells fetal tissue for research.
Management invites researchers onto a health care research project who do not have the Internal Research Board's (IRB) approval or exemption.
Discuss the scenario as a team and identify similar and opposing ethical opinions.
Identify articles that discuss the ethics of the chosen scenario.
Prepare a 12- to 15- slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes that discusses the ethical implications of the chosen scenario.
Include the following in your presentation:
Explain the ethical implications of health care research
Summarize how ethics can lead to bias that influence health care research
Format your assignment according to APA guidelines. Include a title page, detailed speaker notes, and a references page.
Cite 3 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar references to support your presentation.
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Components of a Research Study Components of a Research Study Patient safety is something that can affect almost anyone; there are several things that are determined when it comes to patient safety. Patient safety ranges from distributing the wrong medication to operating on the wrong person, and this can be caused from job related stress. When nurses are working they are dealing with a great deal of stress since they have several responsibilities that come along with their position. When the nursing staff at a hospital have several responsibilities as well as several patients to care for they are more likely to feel as though they are overworked which can in turn cause them to make mistakes. There was a case study done to determine the stress level of nurses that have a high stress level with nurse that have a large work load, having little control in the decision making process in patient care, as well as the lack of support amongst one another on staff. (Berland, Natvig, & Gundersen, 2008) Define the Problem According to Lipley (2004), there are over 400,000 incidental cases a year in the UK that could have been prevented. The number of cases that have ended in the death of a patient has ranged each year.