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As a leader in your organization, it is vital that you are familiar with the law

As a leader in your organization, it is vital that you are familiar with the laws that regulate your industry. Sparked by the dramatic corporate and accounting scandals of Enron, Arthur Andersen, Adelphia, and WorldCom, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was implemented in 2002 in an effort to restore confidence in the stock markets. Sarbanes-Oxley represents the most important securities legislation since the original federal securities laws of the 1930s as it increased governmental regulation and oversight of publicly traded companies and established protections for whistleblowers. The False Claims Act and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act provide a financial incentive for those who blow the whistle to report fraudulent activity within their organization.
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In this task, you will select and analyze an established company’s code of ethics, analyze how an employee would raise an ethical concern within an organization, and consider current laws with respect to whistleblowers.
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This research paper is about the Ethics of Hackers and Hacking, Please utilize t

This research paper is about the Ethics of Hackers and Hacking, Please utilize the attached outline to prepare the paper and cover all topics listed in the outline. Prepare a 10-15 page research paper in MS Word in APA format. 12pt double-spaced Arial with correct citations of all utilized references. Please utilize a minimum of 10 references, 5 have already been provided on the attached document. The paper will be subjected to checking against plagiarism on Turnitin.com Hello, I just submitted an order and I need it to be APA. It mistakenly put the order in MLA.

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Purpose: To engage in a deeper exploration of end of life issues and bioethics.

Purpose: To engage in a deeper exploration of end of life issues and bioethics.
Task:
1. Should Mr. Martinez be transferred to intensive care, where his respiratory failure can be treated by a ventilator and his oxygen level be monitored? Whatever your answer provide an ethical rationale.
2. In what ways to you agree or disagree with you classmate’s response? What have you learned from reading your classmate’s response?
Textbook: Raymond S. Edge, John Randall Groves Groves. Ethics of Health Care: A Guide for Clinical Practice. 4th edition. Cengage Learning ISBN-13: 978-1-285-85418-2
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The is the case study:
Mr. Martinez was a 75-year-old chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patient. He was in the hospital because of an upper respiratory tract infection. His wife had requested that CPR not be performed should he require it. A DNR order was written in the charts. In his room on the third floor, he was being maintained with antibiotics, fluids, and oxygen and seemed to be doing better period however, Mr. Martinez’s oxygen was inadvertently turned up, and this caused him to go into respiratory failure. When found by the therapist, he was in terrible distress and lay gasping in his bed.
2. Answer the following
Should Mr. Martinez be transferred to intensive care, where his respiratory failure can be treated by a ventilator and his oxygen level be monitored? Whatever your answer provide any ethical rationale.

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Purpose The purpose of this activity is to practice applying what you have learn

Purpose
The purpose of this activity is to practice applying what you have learned regarding reproductive issues and bioethics.
Task
Most advanced nations of the world limit elective abortions after 20 weeks of gestations. Provide the pro and con argument for such a law.
Textbook: Raymond S. Edge, John Randall Groves Groves. Ethics of Health Care: A Guide for Clinical Practice. 4th edition. Cengage Learning ISBN-13: 978-1-285-85418-2
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do pro and for the con argument

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Purpose: To engage in a deeper exploration of end of life issues and bioethics.

Purpose: To engage in a deeper exploration of end of life issues and bioethics.
Task:
1. Should Mr. Martinez be transferred to intensive care, where his respiratory failure can be treated by a ventilator and his oxygen level be monitored? Whatever your answer provide an ethical rationale.
2. In what ways to you agree or disagree with you classmate’s response? What have you learned from reading your classmate’s response?
Textbook: Raymond S. Edge, John Randall Groves Groves. Ethics of Health Care: A Guide for Clinical Practice. 4th edition. Cengage Learning ISBN-13: 978-1-285-85418-2
Comments from Customer
The is the case study:
Mr. Martinez was a 75-year-old chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patient. He was in the hospital because of an upper respiratory tract infection. His wife had requested that CPR not be performed should he require it. A DNR order was written in the charts. In his room on the third floor, he was being maintained with antibiotics, fluids, and oxygen and seemed to be doing better period however, Mr. Martinez’s oxygen was inadvertently turned up, and this caused him to go into respiratory failure. When found by the therapist, he was in terrible distress and lay gasping in his bed.
2. Answer the following
Should Mr. Martinez be transferred to intensive care, where his respiratory failure can be treated by a ventilator and his oxygen level be monitored? Whatever your answer provide any ethical rationale.

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I need a writer who has the required reading ___________________________________

I need a writer who has the required reading
_________________________________________
The purpose of this activity is to practice applying what you have learned regarding privacy and confidentiality.
Task
Consider the following case
Sylvia works in an addiction facility as an outreach worker. Her position involves driving into the community and meeting for individual counseling with clients who do not have transportation to reach the facility, and with clients who have dropped out of treatment and an attempt to entice them into returning. Sylvia is told to bring the clients records with her and keep them locked in her trunk, and that she must put the agency billboard in the window of her car so that it is clear she is there on official business. While visiting a client in the community, Sylvia was told by a client about an incident of physical abuse towards an older adult living in the home. Upon returning to the office, Sylvia asks to meet with her supervisor to discuss concerns regarding several issues related to confidentiality.
2. Answer the following:
What confidentially concerns do you think Sylvia should discuss with her supervisor? (hint: there are 3 issues)
Explain why you think these are confidentiality issues. Support your answer with laws and/or principles discussed in chapter 5.
Review the National Code of Ethics for Substance Use Dependency counselors and Links to an external site.select 3 codes that provide guidance in this situation. What guidance does the codes give on this matter?
Based on this information, what do you think should be done regarding your 3 identified issues.
Textbook: Raymond S. Edge, John Randall Groves Groves. Ethics of Health Care: A Guide for Clinical Practice. 4th edition. Cengage Learning ISBN-13: 978-1-285-85418-2

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I need a writer who has the required reading ___________________________________

I need a writer who has the required reading
_________________________________________
The purpose of this activity is to practice applying what you have learned regarding privacy and confidentiality.
Task
Consider the following case
Sylvia works in an addiction facility as an outreach worker. Her position involves driving into the community and meeting for individual counseling with clients who do not have transportation to reach the facility, and with clients who have dropped out of treatment and an attempt to entice them into returning. Sylvia is told to bring the clients records with her and keep them locked in her trunk, and that she must put the agency billboard in the window of her car so that it is clear she is there on official business. While visiting a client in the community, Sylvia was told by a client about an incident of physical abuse towards an older adult living in the home. Upon returning to the office, Sylvia asks to meet with her supervisor to discuss concerns regarding several issues related to confidentiality.
2. Answer the following:
What confidentially concerns do you think Sylvia should discuss with her supervisor? (hint: there are 3 issues)
Explain why you think these are confidentiality issues. Support your answer with laws and/or principles discussed in chapter 5.
Review the National Code of Ethics for Substance Use Dependency counselors and Links to an external site.select 3 codes that provide guidance in this situation. What guidance does the codes give on this matter?
Based on this information, what do you think should be done regarding your 3 identified issues.
Textbook: Raymond S. Edge, John Randall Groves Groves. Ethics of Health Care: A Guide for Clinical Practice. 4th edition. Cengage Learning ISBN-13: 978-1-285-85418-2

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Purpose The purpose of this activity is to discuss a challenging health care dil

Purpose
The purpose of this activity is to discuss a challenging health care dilemma and identify how one’s core beliefs impact ones view on these issues.
Task
Read In the News “A Land Where All Are Vaccinated” and “Personal Belief Exception” on page 21 in your text.
Answer the following questions related to the case study below:
1.What is your role as the health care provider in this situation?
2. Religious beliefs are protected by the Constitution but can parents refuse to vaccinate their children based on unfounded fears?
3.Should these unvaccinated children be allowed in public schools? Why or why not?
4.Should we adopt and “everybody” requirement like Cuba, for the sake of public health? Why or why not?
5.How does your worldview impact your thoughts on this issue? Consider the common decision-shaping values, theories of moral development and generational theory.
Textbook: Raymond S. Edge, John Randall Groves Groves. Ethics of Health Care: A Guide for Clinical Practice. 4th edition. Cengage Learning ISBN-13: 978-1-285-85418-2

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You are a member of the training division at your law enforcement agency. The un

You are a member of the training division at your law enforcement agency. The unit sergeant has asked that you create an informative voice-over PowerPoint® presentation that explains the normative and applied prevailing criminal justice models of ethical reasoning. This PowerPoint presentation will be played at all roll calls and shift briefing training(s) for your department. The instruction set delivered to you indicates that (at a minimum) the PowerPoint should address each theory’s history, tenets, and applications. The presentation will assume the normative judgment model, which emphasizes the three moral judgment imperatives (the human act, free will, and effect upon others). A suggested outline for the slideshow is listed below.
Title slide (required)
The Ethics of Virtue (title slide)
History of the Ethics of Virtue
Tenets of the Ethics of Virtue
Provide a criminal-justice-based, “real-world” example of the ethics of virtue.
Ethical Formalism (Deontological Ethics) (title slide)
History of Ethical Formalism
Model of Ethical Formalism
Provide a criminal-justice-based, “real-world” application of deontological ethics.
Consequentialism (Teleological Ethics) (title slide)
History of Consequentialism
Model of Consequentialism
Provide a criminal-justice-based, “real-world” example of utilitarianism.
Ethics of Care (Restorative Justice) (title slide)
History of the Ethics of Care
Tenets of the Ethics of Care
Provide a criminal-justice-based, “real-world” example of the ethics of care.
What is “noble cause corruption,” and where does it fit within the ethical models?
Summary
Reference slide (required)
Follow the instructions, gradic rubric, and you do not have to do the recording. I will.
Elaborate everything in the speaker notes for me to read and use in-text citations.

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You are a member of the training division at your law enforcement agency. The un

You are a member of the training division at your law enforcement agency. The unit sergeant has asked that you create an informative voice-over PowerPoint® presentation that explains the normative and applied prevailing criminal justice models of ethical reasoning. This PowerPoint presentation will be played at all roll calls and shift briefing training(s) for your department. The instruction set delivered to you indicates that (at a minimum) the PowerPoint should address each theory’s history, tenets, and applications. The presentation will assume the normative judgment model, which emphasizes the three moral judgment imperatives (the human act, free will, and effect upon others). A suggested outline for the slideshow is listed below.
Title slide (required)
The Ethics of Virtue (title slide)
History of the Ethics of Virtue
Tenets of the Ethics of Virtue
Provide a criminal-justice-based, “real-world” example of the ethics of virtue.
Ethical Formalism (Deontological Ethics) (title slide)
History of Ethical Formalism
Model of Ethical Formalism
Provide a criminal-justice-based, “real-world” application of deontological ethics.
Consequentialism (Teleological Ethics) (title slide)
History of Consequentialism
Model of Consequentialism
Provide a criminal-justice-based, “real-world” example of utilitarianism.
Ethics of Care (Restorative Justice) (title slide)
History of the Ethics of Care
Tenets of the Ethics of Care
Provide a criminal-justice-based, “real-world” example of the ethics of care.
What is “noble cause corruption,” and where does it fit within the ethical models?
Summary
Reference slide (required)
Follow the instructions, gradic rubric, and you do not have to do the recording. I will.
Elaborate everything in the speaker notes for me to read and use in-text citations.