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Annotated Bibliography Instructions

The Annotated Bibliography and the Research Paper are related assignments that require you to research and write a review of the existing literature and then develop the information from your sources into a research paper. Both your research of the literature and the paper will focus on the legal, social, ethical, and biblical aspects of professional malpractice in healthcare, including the role of recognition of error and apology in resolving malpractice claims.

 

In the Annotated Bibliography, you will identify and discuss at least 10 scholarly sources relevant to the topic, other than the Reading & Study materials and the Bible. At least 2 of the sources must relate to your particular area of practice in healthcare (physician, nurse, allied health professional [be specific], administration, etc.), and at least 2 of the sources must relate to biblical worldview considerations of the topic. You are not required to use all of these sources in your Research Paper, and you may use other sources not reported here. The Annotated Bibliography documents your background on this topic and provides a snapshot of your research and analysis for the paper through Module/Week 5.

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Write your Annotated Bibliography in a Word document and include:

 

·       Identification: Your name, your student ID, and the date submitted in the upper left corner

·       Title: Centered

·       Introduction: Provide a brief overview of the topic and findings of the Annotated Bibliography. Identify your area of practice.

·       Sources: List your sources in alphabetical order by author. For each source, provide a full citation in current APA format (as it would appear in the reference list of your Research Paper); then, provide a brief description of the content and how this source is relevant to your paper.

·       Analysis: Discuss what you have drawn from reviewing the literature so far. Where might the discussion proceed as you write your Research Paper?

 

Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 5.

 

Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the SafeAssign plagiarism tool. To check the originality of your work, you may submit an optional draft through the SafeAssign draft submission link earlier in the module/week.

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Running Head: PROFESSIONAL MALPRACTICE IN HEALTHCARE Legal, Social, Ethical, and Biblical Aspects of Malpractice in Healthcare Name Student ID Date. LEGAL, SOCIAL, ETHICAL, AND BIBLICAL ASPECTS OF PROFESSIONAL MALPRACTICE IN HEALTHCARE INTRODUCTION The following is an annotated bibliography of professional malpractice in healthcare as it relates to the legal, social, ethical, and biblical aspects with an emphasis on the role of recognition of error and apology in resolving malpractice claims. Sources were arranged alphabetically by author and were chosen based on the background of the author, the merits of the publication and how well the subject matter was identified, researched and documented. By and large, the bulk of the research returned an overwhelmingly positive response to proper disclosure of medical errors, acceptance of responsibility by the physician, and the role of apology in preventing and resolving malpractice claims. I have been a registered nurse for almost 25 years and practicing in the specialty of pain management, which has an increasing incidence of malpractice claims, for the past 21 years. SOURCES Bender, F., (2007, Spring). I’m sorry laws and medical liability. American Medical Association Journal of Ethics, 9(4), 300-304. Retrieved from https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/article/im-sorry-laws-and-medical-liability/2007-04 This article discusses a scenario where a physician was called to treat a patient who arrived at a county hospital in active labor and very close to delivery. The physician appropriately requested further information on the patient’s history but did not have time to receive or review it therefore, the newborn suffered a subsequent injury. The article uses this scenario to identify and explore disclosure guidelines, which can vary by state, as well as the reasons for hospitals and physicians to be reluctant to participate in full disclosure when unanticipated outcomes occur. There is explanation of legislation related to the national medical malpractice crisis known as “I’m sorry” laws which encourages full disclosure of medical mistakes and assists to eliminate the fear felt by medical facilities and physicians that their admissions will be used as evidence against them in court. The “I’m sorry’ laws also vary by state but overall have been found to facilitate open communication, decrease malpractice costs, relieve anger and frustration on the part of the injured party, and encourage continuation of the patient-physician relationship in the wake of an unanticipated outcome. This article was useful as it covered several key aspects that contribute to each side of the malpractice playing field; the fear felt by the medical community and the reasons patients seek retribution. Berlinger, N., (2011, Fall). Resolving harmful medical mistakes-Is there a role for forgiveness?. American Medical Association Journal of Ethics, 13(9), 647-654. Retrieved from https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/sites/journalofethics.ama-assn.org/files/2018-05/msoc1-1109.pdf This article confers upon the emotions felt by physicians following medical errors and the psychological impact of those errors and disclosing them. It reviews how physicians struggle with the assignment of blame, managing feelings of guilt, and how to protect themselves in the process. The idea of forgiveness does not just apply to that given by the patient, but also self-forgiveness by the physician for the jolt of having harmed a patient. Separate cultures and religions have different outlooks on forgiveness and human error that can shape the expectations of those involved. The benefit of this article comes from its consideration of different religions and their views on suffering, forgiveness, and the emotional impact of someone being harmed when they expected to be helped. Burkett, L., (2002). FIRST PERSON: Should Christians sue? (Part 2) Baptist Press. Retrieved from http://www.bpnews.net/13665/firstperson-should-christians-sue-part-2 This article focuses on whether suing demonstrates Christ-like character and insists that the reasons for a Christian to initiate a lawsuit must be legitimate, lawful, biblical and moral. It is the feeling of the article’s author that suing for damages in order to punish the hospital or physician should never be pursued. The author referred to many verses in the Bible to support his position which were extremely helpful in my understanding of how a Christian’s attitude and their submission to God’s will is most critical in these situations. Dahan, S., & Caeymaex, L. (2017, Summer). Apology in cases of medical error disclosure: Thoughts based on a preliminary study....
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