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You have created a policy brief presentation that has theoretically caught the a

You have created a policy brief presentation that has theoretically caught the attention of a lawmaker. He/she would like more information about this. Write a formal paper, including title page, table of contents, executive summary, topic headings, in-text citations, and references about your selected health issue. Using the outline that you created last week for the presentation, write a formal Policy Brief with the sections outlined below as APA headings. Be sure each section is well developed and supported with in-text citations and logical discussion.  Again, remember that your audience is a policymaker, not a medical professional.
Title Page
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Introduction
Background of the Problem
Impact of the Problem
Approaches/Options
Proposed Solution to the Problem
SWOT Analysis
Results of the Analysis
Recommendations
Conclusion
References
The paper should be 8-10 pages with at least 6 references. Length does not include the title and references pages.

Visit the Center for Disease Control (Links to an external site.) and World Heal

Visit the Center for Disease Control (Links to an external site.) and World Health Organization (Links to an external site.)  (Links to an external site.)websites and discover what is there.
Find and analyze the following sections at the CDC web site:
Diseases and Conditions (Choose 2 to examine further)
Data and Statistics (Choose 2 to examine further)
Global Health (Choose 2 to examine further)
Publications (Choose 1 to examine further)
Emerging Infectious Diseases
Please respond to the following prompt in full paragraphs, and support your statements with evidence from the CDC:
What were the three most interesting things that you learned by visiting each of these sections, and why?
Find and analyze the following sections at the WHO web site:
Health Topics (choose 2 specific topics to dive into)
Data, GHO themes (choose 2 specific themes to dive into)
Publications (Choose 2 to examine further)
The publication titled Ten Years in Public Health, 2007 – 2017
Please respond to the following prompt in full paragraphs, and support your statements with evidence from the WHO:
What were the three most interesting things that you learned by visiting each of these sections, and why?
Please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with citations and references in APA format.

You have now written four (4) case analyses. You will now further develop, in mo

You have now written four (4) case analyses. You will now further develop, in more detail, ONE of those cases for your second, and final, essay. You must answer all parts of the question to receive credit. Your essays should be 1000-2000 words, 12pt. type, double-spaced. Include an introduction and conclusion and any quotations or paraphrases must be appropriately cited. If you have questions about any of this please email me immediately.  You can also check out this material on philosophical essay writing. 
Topics
Welfare
In this essay you have 5 tasks:
Give a clear and concise explanation of the case at hand.
Give a thorough, philosophical exegesis of the relevant aspects of Walzer’s and Murray’s arguments. (Click here for some tips on how to do a successful exegesis.)
Present an argument applying the relevant philosophers to the case at hand. This should include an argument justifying who each philosopher would give the welfare to and why.
Present an argument explaining why one of the philosophers can be viewed as offering a more successful solution to the case at hand.
In no more than one paragraph, explain what solution you would propose for Rebecca and Jimmy.
Consider Rebecca, a single mother of 4 who has been a long-term welfare recipient.  Rebecca is a weekend meth user who often spends her money on meth.  However, without her welfare money, her children would not have any food or medical treatment and would most likely be placed in foster homes where their lives would go worse than they currently are. Rebecca’s yearly welfare application is due.
Now consider Jimmy, a veteran of both Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom.  During the battle, Jimmy was wounded and now suffers from some moderate physical disability and post-traumatic stress.  Sadly, although Jimmy tried to find a job, there weren’t many systems in place to help him re-integrate or work through his issues.  Each day Jimmy begs for money at his local off-ramp.  Through no fault of his own, Jimmy has fallen through the proverbial cracks. Jimmy applies for welfare.
You are the welfare overseer.  At most one person can get welfare. You can make ONE of the following three decisions:
Give the welfare only to Rebecca
Give the welfare only Jimmy
Don’t give any welfare
Healthcare
In this essay you have 5 tasks:
Give a clear and concise explanation of the case at hand.
Give a thorough, philosophical exegesis of the relevant aspects of Bradley’s and Peikoff’s arguments. (Click here for some tips on how to do a successful exegesis.)
Present an argument applying the relevant philosophers to the case at hand. This should include an argument justifying in which world each philosopher would place Jim and why.
Present an argument explaining why one of the philosophers can be viewed as offering a more successful solution to the case at hand.
In no more than one paragraph, explain what solution you would propose for Jim.
Consider Jim. Jim has worked in middle management his entire life.  He had the option of paying into his company’s managed healthcare system but decided he wanted to keep the money instead and invest it in case he ever needed acute medical treatment.  Unfortunately, on his 40th birthday, Jim decided to buy a red Corvette with that money.  6 months later, Jim went to a doctor to see why he was feeling so awful.  The doctor diagnosed Jim with emphysema, diabetes, and kidney failure.  All three of these conditions are the result of Jim’s lifestyle choices: smoking, poor eating and exercise habits, and excessive drinking.  These conditions are chronic and will require treatment for the rest of Jim’s life including cutting-edge lung and kidney treatments and weekly meetings with a nutritionist, endocrinologist, cardiologist, etc.
Here are the two possible healthcare “worlds” for Jim (he must be “placed” in one of them):
Participate in a universal healthcare system, paid for by income taxes, which doesn’t provide Jim with the latest and greatest medical technology but does meet basic standards of care.
Participate in a pay-for-service system, which allows Jim to pay for whatever treatment he wants and/or can afford but will not treat him unless he pays for the service.
Capital Punishment
In this essay you have 5 tasks:
Explain your understanding of the case.
Give a thorough, philosophical exegesis of the relevant aspects of the ACLU, Kant, and Van den Haag’s arguments
Present an argument applying the relevant philosophers to the case at hand. This should include an account of what each philosopher would argue should happen to Bob.
Present an argument explaining why one of the philosophers can be viewed as offering a more successful solution to the case at hand.
In ONE paragraph, explain how you think we should treat Jim.
Consider Bob. Bob was raised by wolves (literally – don’t ask me how). Although his IQ would probably be normal, there is no way to test it, since Bob doesn’t speak or read any human language. One day, Bob emerged from the wilderness and ended up in downtown Long Beach. He was hungry (presumably) so he “found” some food in the normal wolf way: he stalked a mother walking her baby and, deciding it was easiest to prey on the weaker, killed and ate the baby. There’s no question that Bob is “guilty” of the crime. He did it and there were lots of witnesses.
Affirmative Action
In this essay you have 5 tasks:
Give a clear and concise explanation of the case at hand.
Give a thorough philosophical exegesis of the relevant aspects of Pojman’s and Mosley’s theories.
Present an argument applying the philosophers’ arguments to the case at hand. This should include an argument justifying to whom each philosopher would give the job.
Present an argument explaining why one of the philosophers can be viewed as offering a more successful solution to the case at hand.
In no more than one paragraph explain who you would hire and why.
Consider a new position at the very prestigious Chronus Department of the Federal Government.  The Chronus Department examines how issues from the past have an impact on current affairs, and their new position aims at recruiting a new employee to be groomed to eventually because of the director of the department.  The ideal candidate would be someone who has a degree in some area of the humanities that deals with research, history, and culture, and who has a demonstrated ability to work well with others in a leadership capacity.  This position has an incredible benefits package including, healthcare, vacations, and a pension.
The Department has narrowed its selection down to two candidates:
Molly is an African American woman from a very affluent and politically active Texas family.  She attended Yale, where she earned an undergraduate degree in Anthropology with a minor in US Civics.  After graduating, she volunteered for two years in the Peace Corps, and then took a year off to tour around Europe.
Cameron is a third-generation Irish American from a working-class family in Pennsylvania.  After high school, he spent a year working with his father in a steel mill, but then decided he wanted to go to university.  He received a scholarship to Princeton, where he graduated with a degree in US History.  In his final year of school, Cameron was elected Student Body President and implemented a union for the teaching assistants.
Choose which one you want
I’ve received a few questions about the Final Essay, so I’d like to elaborate a bit. You will be asked to provide a further developed essay on one of the cases you’ve previously analyzed and including the same 5 points (explanation of the case, exegesis of each thinker, application of the thinkers’ principles to the case, etc.). For this essay, go into more detail about the nature of the philosophical positions, more detail about how they apply to the case, and more detail about your assessment of each application. You can bring in quotes, etc. so long as they are appropriately cited.

Articulate a moral dilemma wherein one has to show a specific virtue or virtues

Articulate a moral dilemma wherein one has to show a specific virtue or virtues (it can be any virtue or virtues including honesty, courage, charity/generosity, compassion, etc.)
What is the moral dilemma about?
What virtue or virtues should be shown? (You are here selecting the best course of action)
Why is that virtue or those virtues to be shown?
How should the virtue or virtues be expressed, and why in that manner?
Apply Aristotle’s golden mean to the dilemma.
Tell us how the dilemma involves conflict moral duties (loyalty to community versus to self, professional versus familial duties, national or personal obligations).
The dilemma must be a situation in which a choice has to be made.
Be sure you told us why your chosen course of action was best.

If you have not done so, be sure to read the Case Analysis Structure Overview. I

If you have not done so, be sure to read the Case Analysis Structure Overview.
In this essay you have 5 tasks:
Give a clear and concise explanation of the case at hand.
Give a thorough philosophical exegesis of the relevant aspects of Pojman’s and Mosley’s theories.
Present an argument applying the philosophers’ arguments to the case at hand. This should include an argument justifying to whom each philosopher would give the job.
Present an argument explaining why one of the philosophers can be viewed as offering a more successful solution to the  case at hand.
In no more than one paragraph explain who you would hire and why.
Case
Consider a new position at the very prestigious Chronus Department of the Federal Government.  The Chronus Department examines how issues from the past have an impact on current affairs, and their new position aims at recruiting a new employee to be groomed to eventually because the director of the department.  The ideal candidate would be someone who has a degree in some area of the humanities that deals with research, history, and culture, and who has a demonstrated ability to work well with others in a leadership capacity.  This position has an incredible benefits package including, healthcare, vacations, and a pension.
The Department has narrowed its selection down to two candidates:
Molly is an African American woman from a very affluent and politically active Texas family.  She attended Yale, where she earned an undergraduate degree in Anthropology with a minor in US Civics.  After graduating, she volunteered for two years in the Peace Corps, and then took a year off to tour around Europe.
Cameron is a third-generation Irish American from a working-class family in Pennsylvania.  After high school, he spent a year working with his father in a steel mill, but then decided he wanted to go to university.  He received a scholarship to Princeton, where he graduated with a degree in US History.  In his final year of school, Cameron was elected Student Body President and implemented a union for the teaching assistants.
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Use your previous assignments to identify a policy related to your chosen health

Use your previous assignments to identify a policy related to your chosen health issue and create a Prezi or PowerPoint presentation that focuses on the development, needed change, or implementation related to your health issue. Policy briefs are overviews of issues that are intended to inform policymakers.  The presentation should be succinct, colorful, and designed to catch the attention of a busy policymaker. See the attached document below for more information.
The presentation should have the following structure:
Executive Summary
An overview of the problem, why change is needed, and your recommendations for change
Introduction
A clear statement of the problem, its causes, and why it is important
What are the key issues that are relevant to the health issue?
Approaches/policy options
Summarize facts, issues, contexts.  Provide facts or examples that support the need for policy to change/impact/solve the issue.
Recommendations
Provide recommendations on development, implementation or changes that need to be considered to solve the health issue. Provide specific steps and reemphasize the importance of this change.
References
Each content component will have one or two slides.
Include a title and references slide
Use bullet points rather than paragraph form. The target audience is a policymaker, not a medical professional, so keep scientific jargon to a minimum.

offer a theological consideration from the readings for this week that might be

offer a theological consideration from the readings for this week that might be applied to anyone trying to come to a moral decision about this  particular procedure(see below)  It is understood that this might be a “general” moral instruction since these issues are quite specific.  Add 3-5 sentences explaining why you felt this consideration is relevant to the issue.
Embryonic stem cells are stem cells that come from the inner cell mass of an early-stage pre-implantation embryo. When used, these cells can be used to replicate any type of cell in the human body. The uses for them are endless. Diseases that could potentially be treated by embryonic stem cells include some blood and immune-system-related genetic diseases, cancers, and disorders; juvenile diabetes; Parkinson’s; blindness and spinal cord injuries. Three relevant facts about embryonic stem cell research are:
Embryonic stem cell research manipulates and destroys human embryos.
Embryonic stem cell research is relatively new and may lead to some health complications.
Embryos are being created just for research and not for human life.

No plagiarism, APA style, reference page ,The chapter is called introduction to

No plagiarism, APA style, reference page ,The chapter is called introduction to law and ethics , the book is from Karen Judson, The book name is law and ethics for health professionals.                                          pick a topic from any of the chapters “which I picked chapter 1’’ and  write an essay. Explain why you pick the topic discuss the topic. Down below I sent pictures of that chapter.

If you have not done so, be sure to read the Case Analysis Structure Overview. I

If you have not done so, be sure to read the Case Analysis Structure Overview.
In this case analysis you have five tasks:
Explain your understanding of the case.
Give a thorough, philosophical exegesis of the relevant aspects of Kant, the ACLU and Van den Haag’s arguments
Present an argument applying the relevant philosophers to the case at hand. This should include an account of what each philosopher would argue should happen to Bob.
Present an argument explaining why one of the philosophers can be viewed as offering a more successful solution to the case at hand.
In ONE paragraph, explain how you think we should treat Bob.
Case
Consider Bob. Bob was raised by wolves (literally – don’t ask me how). Although his IQ would probably be normal, there is no way to test it, since Bob doesn’t speak or read any human language. One day, Bob emerged from the wilderness and ended up Downtown — the snazzy part of the city. He was hungry (presumably) so he “found” some food in the normal wolf way: he stalked a mother walking her baby and, deciding it was easiest to prey on the weaker, killed and ate the baby. There’s no question that Bob is “guilty” of the crime. He did it and there were lots of witnesses.  What punishment should Bob get?