Ethical Difficulties In Health Care

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Literature Review
Qualitative research characteristically depends on four primary methods of congregating the information for study: 1) underwriting about the situation, 2) witnessing problem directly, 3) interviewing in depth, and 4) analyzing different research papers and substantial culture, with varying emphases (Marshall and Rossman, 2016, p. 141). The reviewing technique must be a revealing, rather than collecting, concentrating, in contrast to the meta-analysis of quantitative studies (Walsh & Downe, 2012). The qualitative research is an interesting process of collecting information and interpreting it based on the research problems and questions. Therefore, as the part of the research methodology, reviewing literature and integrating
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In other words, today’s world is living in a knowledge era, where information will be available in few seconds, therefore lawsuits can be possible for health care practitioners, health care facilities, manufacturers of medical equipment and products, and others when medical outcomes are not acceptable. So, it is important for care providers and health care professionals to understand medical ethics and law. Therefore, it is important for health care workers to understand the ethical scenarios and medical law while providing the patient care.
Current Ethical Difficulties in end-of-life (EOL) Care and Challenges to the Health Care
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At the same time ethical challenges in patient care are becoming more complex and difficult. Because ethical behavior depends upon persons moral upbringing, past education, and on available options on patient care. But at the same time policies and regulations are changing frequently, which is creating more challenges to healthcare workers and providers. Rapid scientific new developments in the medical field, making Ethicist job further puzzling and creating new opportunities to learn. More considerably our approach towards our health, health services, and medical professions is fluctuating (Herring, 2014, p. 75). Use of Advance Directives and Demographic Variations in EOL Care: Patient’s Care Outcomes In today’s high pressure health care environment, the health care workers are facing several challenges to attain the expectations of their patients and society. Therefore, many health care providers use advance directive or substituted judgment to make decisions on patient care. It is essential for care providers and health care professionals, to understand the importance of such documents and how to use in EOL care.
Medscape’s ethics survey, which included over 24,000 health care workers showed that these workers are divided on emotional and ethical issues they are facing in their medical practices. The study mentioned that the differences between younger and older doctors over the same problem were arisen due to

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