Running head: GLENGARRY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER A Case Analysis of Glengarry Regional Medical Center Synopsis of the Situation and identification of Central Problem: Glengarry Regional Medical Center is a small medical center which is located in a small town called Scotston. This hospital started off with only 35,000 people and five beds. Over the next three years, it further expanded to fifty five beds. This expansion continued and the hospital eventually had 166 beds and the name went from Glengarry Regional Medical Center to Glengarry County Hospital. Though, the community has expanded from 35,000 to 86,000, the amount of beds remained the same.
(Olesen, S. C.,) Together with the mental health that will come from being a good individual Blake should not have a problem getting a new position with a new company if Sycamore Pharmaceuticals decided to let him go or he could just decide to walk out on his own. With the risks as well as the rewards of being honest, there are risks in regards to lying to the FDA. “Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for the protection of the public health by assuring the safety, effectiveness and security of human drugs and biological products through the enforcement of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) and related regulations”.
If Mr. DoeDoe chooses not to hire Mary, one of the first issues to be questioned is; was she not hired because she is female? Title VII of the civil Rights Act of 1964 states that an employer cannot base their decision to hire or not hire a person based on their race, color, religion, sex or national origin (Cheeseman, pg 802). Since Mary is a female up against a male for higher position than she currently holds, she can claim that Mr. DoeDoe did not promote her because she is a woman. Mr. DoeDoe would have to somehow prove that Mr. Jones is indeed more qualified for the
PRINCIPLES OF RESPONSIBLE COMMERCE (COMM 101) TUTORIAL PREPARATION WEEK 3 NAME: Chang Yee How UOW NUMBER: 4387296 Case Study: Ford Pinto 1. What moral issues does the Pinto case raise? The Pinto case brought up issue of abusing human rights and behaved unethically in business. Ford had the design to reduce the possibility of Ford Pinto from exploding. However, the company refused to implement it, although it can prevent 180 deaths from happening at a cost of $11 per car according to the cost-benefit analysis.
Why was the second World war a turning point for black Americans? In WWII, African-Americans served in segregated units known as the ‘Jim Crow army” and were not allowed to fight alongside whites. The Nazis also had a policy of racial discrimination so African-Americans were sent to fight an enemy who saw them as lessor beings, yet the side they fought for also saw them that way too. It was a contradiction. President Roosevelt, former governor of New York, did not believe in racial segregation of African-Americans and when African-Americans were hired to drive buses in Philadelphia during the war, some residents refused to ride the buses others threatened to burn the buses.
That attempt was ill fated as well with the eventual police shutdown of the unauthorized site. Running out of options, McCorvey hired attorneys. In 1970, under the pseudonym “Jane Roe”, she sued the Dallas County District Attorney Henry Wade, who represented the State of Texas. The district court later ruled in favor of McCorvey due to the case’s merits, basing their decision on the Ninth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which simply states that just because certain rights are not listed formally doesn't mean they can be violated. Additionally, the 1965 Supreme Court case of Griswold v. Connecticut, which regarded the right to use contraceptives, was used as precedent.
Summary and Critique of Nursing Journal Research Article Summary The current U.S population includes about 25 million refugees and immigrants 10 % of that population are Africans. Somalis make up 45 % of African immigrants in the United States. Since there is little if any published literature on how to address the health concerns of African refugees, a study was conducted entitled “Knowledge and Beliefs about Health Promotion and Preventive Health Care Among Somali Women in the United States” by Jennifer Carroli, Ronald Epstein, Kevin Fiscelia, Ellen Volpe, Katherine Diaz, and Sadiyo Omar. Health Care for Women International published the article in 2007. The article focused on Somali immigrants, in particular, the women’s understanding about promoting health and how they utilize health care services after resettling in the United States.
In this particular case the female is being discriminated against. Sharron Frontiero is a lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. When she filed for a dependent allowance for her husband, the dependent allowance was denied. The reason was, because according to Federal Law wives of military members are provided with the allowance that she applied for automatically, yet husbands of military members are not given the same allowance unless there wives income provides for more than a half the married couples income. According to Frontiero, not allowing her husband or any other husband to have dependency and by not allowing this they were discriminating against female military members which violated the Fifth Amendment’s process clause.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) protect workers by providing reassurance that their job is safe and they will be able to return to work under the same pay rate and position after returning from medical leave. If you or a parent, child or spouse becomes incapacitated due to a serious illness or other health condition, the FMLA allows you the option to take the needed time off from work to care for your loved ones. In situation A since the spouse of employee A has given birth prematurely to twins, this unexpected event is something that would be covered under FMLA since Employee A's spouse and child need care, meets the criteria for leave. While the situation does not specifically imply that the leave was planned, to some degree one could
There would be no lines under a universal health care system in the United States because we have about a 30% oversupply of medical equipment and surgeons, whereas demand would increase about 15%. The US denies access to health care based on the ability to pay. Under a universal health care system all would access care. There would be no lines as in other industrialized countries due to the oversupply in our providers and infrastructure, and the willingness/ability of the United States to spend more on health care than other industrialized nations. Would Universal Health Care result In Government control and intrusion into Health Care resulting in loss of freedom of choice?