Bioethics Moral Argument on PA practice and autonomy

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    Hi all,

    I am struggling writing my moral argument about PA practice and patient autonomy and beneficence. If anyone has experience in bioethics or writing, and can help out let me know! I would really appreciate it as I have no time to waste. My specific interest is fertilization procedures and parental screening.
     

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      The only real ethical ground one can argue for in regard to PA practice in this area is that there aren't enough qualified physicians to do what needs to be done, and thus without physician assistants, couples might go without necessary fertility services and genetic screening that could have a profoundly negative impact upon both their own lives and public health services via the increased burden of children with genetic diseases.
       
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        Sounds like you have a lot of time to waste, no offense.
        when your professor gives no guidelines and wants a 12-page paper done in a week, I would like to see how you get that done :) (with 7 cumulative finals to study for). maybe since you also have a lot of time, and can write unnecessary comments, can help me out instead.

        The only real ethical ground one can argue for in regard to PA practice in this area is that there aren't enough qualified physicians to do what needs to be done, and thus without physician assistants, couples might go without necessary fertility services and genetic screening that could have a profoundly negative impact on both their own lives and public health services via the increased burden of children with genetic diseases.

        My particular question is whether prospective parenting ability should be considered when screening patients for fertility treatments. However, because we only covered a few principles (autonomy, beneficence, justice, non-maleficence, competency, paternalism), I can only write so much so a lot of the information that I would like to include should be eliminated.
         

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          when your professor gives no guidelines and wants a 12-page paper done in a week, I would like to see how you get that done :) (with 7 cumulative finals to study for). maybe since you also have a lot of time, and can write unnecessary comments, can help me out instead.



          My particular question is whether prospective parenting ability should be considered when screening patients for fertility treatments. However, because we only covered a few principles (autonomy, beneficence, justice, non-maleficence, competency, paternalism), I can only write so much so a lot of the information that I would like to include should be eliminated.
          I mean, only you can answer those questions- we've all got our own opinions about these things, and it really comes down to your opinion and ability to defend it.
           
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            when your professor gives no guidelines and wants a 12-page paper done in a week, I would like to see how you get that done :) (with 7 cumulative finals to study for). maybe since you also have a lot of time, and can write unnecessary comments, can help me out instead.

            Sounds like you and your professor have a lot of time to waste, no offense.
             

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              Hi all,

              I am struggling writing my moral argument about PA practice and patient autonomy and beneficence. If anyone has experience in bioethics or writing, and can help out let me know! I would really appreciate it as I have no time to waste. My specific interest is fertilization procedures and parental screening.

              Closing. This has nothing to truly do with MLP practice, questions about getting into schools, or wanting to gain knowledge. OP appears to want posters to do her work.


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