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In your writing assignment you will analyze a moral question from the perspectiv

In your writing assignment you will analyze a moral question from the perspectives of the four
families of moral values.
Your first step is to select a moral question from Section 1 (The Personal, pages 1-61), or
Section 2 (The Public, pages 62-115), or Section 3 (The Political, pages 116-165) of George’s
What Should I Do? Be sure to just choose ONE question total to work on (not one question
from each section of George). The questions are those in italics. For example, on page 1 at the
top there is the italicized question that begins “My five-year-old daughter…”—that is one
question (followed by commentary by a philosopher). On page 3 there is the italicized question
that begins “My daughter, who is 14, wants to have a boyfriend…”—that is another question,
followed by commentary. That pattern is repeated throughout Sections 1-3 of the book; on page
45 there is the italicized question that begins “If by my death I could save…”—that is another
question, and so on. You are to select one italicized question to work on for this writing
assignment (but selected only from Section 1 or Section 2 or Section 3—do not select a question
from Section 4).
Once you have selected a moral question, you must prepare an analysis of that question that
consists of six sections. The sections of your analysis must be completed in the following way.

  This learning tool requires the student to critique an interview with a client

 
This learning tool requires the student to critique an interview with a client by identifying and analyzing thoughts and emotional reactions/responses to the encounter with the client. Social work values and standards are applied as a guideline for this analysis. The Walsh (2002) reading will inform this assignment. 
Guidelines
Students will complete Process Recordings using the attached suggested outline (also available in Appendix B).  
The written Process Recording should include reflection on specific practice competencies, and social work principles of ethical practice.
Process Recordings must be discussed with MSW Supervisor. 
The Process Recordings should be no more than 3-4 pages in length (double-spaced) and make use of the attached suggested outline. Please adhere to the writing assignment policy in the Syllabus.

  Your Instructor will assign you to a group of three or four students during we

 
Your Instructor will assign you to a group of three or four students during week 2 of the course. The groups will organize themselves and work together to identify the relevant agencies (at least two or three) that will impact meaningful use of electronic records and quality in hospitals. The group will research and list the key regulations concerned with meaningful use compliance and reimbursement. One power point presentation will be submitted by each group. Please select one group member to submit the assignment on behalf of the team. It is expected that this assignment can be completed in 5–7 slides (this includes the cover slide and reference slide). The Power Point will account for 17.0% of the each student’s final grade. A peer assessment will also be required and will be submitted by each member of the group at the same time that the presentation is due. The peer assessment will account for 3% of the student’s final grade or 15% of the grade for the project.
Useful Websites:
http://www.healthit.gov/
https://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/index.html
https://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/Basics.html

  6-1 In-class Activity What do you think about Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack

 
6-1 In-class Activity
What do you think about Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips’ action & the Colorado Civil Rights Commission’s treatment of Phillips? Answer the following questions:
Q1. Do you think that Jack Phillips, the baker, wrongly discriminated against gay couples when he refused to make wedding cakes for the gay couple?
Q2. Do you think that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission requiring the baker to either (a) make wedding cake for couples regardless of their sexual orientation or (b) not make wedding cakes at all violated the baker’s right to free speech or free religious exercise? 
6-3
Q. Does Corvino successfully identify morally relevant dissimilarities in the arguments by analogy in Phillips’ defense?
-It seems like Corvino believes that refusing to make a Halloween cake to any customer is a design-based refusal, while refusing to make a wedding cake to a same-sex couple is a user-based refusal.-Do you agree that this is the case? 

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