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ethics of privatization deals with the question of whether or not private healthcare providers should be allowed to profit from the provision of healthcare. This can include everything from for-profit hospitals to insurance companies. informed consent is one that deals with the question of whether or not patients should be given all of the information about their condition and treatment options before they make a decision about their care. This can include everything from a patient’s right to know the risks and benefits of a particular treatment, to their right to refuse treatment.
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Informed Consent: Informed consent is a cornerstone of ethical healthcare. Patients have a right to be informed about their health and treatment options, and to make decisions about their care based on that information. Without informed consent, patients may not be able to make truly autonomous choices about their care, and may inadvertently end up receiving treatment that they do not want or need. Dealing with the opposite sex: Healthcare providers must be respectful of patients' privacy and dignity, regardless of their gender. This includes ensuring that patients are comfortable with the gender of their healthcare provider, and that providers do not engage in any inappropriate or unwanted touching.
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patient safety is one that deals with the question of how to ensure that patients are safe from harm while in the care of healthcare providers. This can include everything from ensuring that patients receive the right medications, to making sure that surgery is performed safely.
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how resources should be distributed in healthcare. This can include everything from how scarce resources such as organs are allocated, to how healthcare services are funded.
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confidentiality of the patients deals with the question of how much information about a patient’s health should be kept confidential. This can include everything from a patient’s medical records to their conversations with their healthcare providers.
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Black Lives Matters Movement
The ethical issue of patients’ rights is one that deals with the question of what patients are entitled to in terms of their care. This can include everything from the right to receive information about their condition and treatment options, to the right to refuse treatment.
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Anti asian is still a major problem in America and the world.
Anti-Asian Protest
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Bioethics
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Traditional Interview
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Anti-Asian Protest
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Abortion rights
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The lockdown could be the darkest time in many people's life. They don't have stuff to do, food to eat or place to go. The lockdown causes many mental diseases.
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I think every person in the world with an ability to be pregnant should have abortion rights. It should be part of basic human rights, and should not be condemned to others' opinions on the inprexgnanted individual. Individuals who take on the risk and give birth to children are grateful for what they do, but those who does not should not be be looked down upon or treated differently because they own the right of deciding what's in their body.
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Every Lives matters
Black Lives Matters Movement
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Every daily lift, there might happen gunshot in Atlanta. You don't know when and where. Sometimes suspects are apprehended in time. What we can do it is only to walk or stay in a kind of save area and avoid to move around the site of the accidents.
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I had a tough time researching about redlining and teachers & students talk about systemic racism. I experienced depression during the researching process and I was traumatized by words coming from people around me. I was questioned about my intention in researching about it as my dissertation topic and was criticized by one of my husband's family members who believed that "it is ridiculous for me, as a Chinese who grew up in a country has no democracy to do research on systemic racism in the States". I had several arguments with some of my husband's families on whether systemic racism is a real or fabricated problem in the States.
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The Black Lives Matter movement opened my eyes to a lot of different things. As a black man since I was a kid I was told how to deal with the police but I never thought much of it until I heard about interactions many black men and woman have had with the cops, specifically George Floyd.
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Guns have always been a issue especially in my city. Young men are using guns for unnecessary beefs that can be resolved but don’t want to look at that option because they have a gun.
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Guns have always been a issue especially in my city. Young men are using guns for unnecessary beefs that can be resolved but don’t want to look at that option because they have a gun.
Gun-control
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I am on a disaster task force team. We have been on more deployments in the last few years compared to previous time. My team has just come back from Fort Myers, Florida. Climate change is real and causing more catastrophic disasters.
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Anti-Asian Protest
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COVID
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In my personal point of view, women in every country should have abortion rights. Every women has the right to have or not to have children, to live by herself or have a baby. In the past, safe, legal and effective abortion services enable all the women and girls to choose the core of their own bodies and lives without discrimination and violence. Nowadays, if they lose the right to choose independently, all of them will become passive and insecure. Because if the women are targeted by those malicious men, and they suffer unforgivable behavior, how can they help themselves? None, because their right choose was denied. I also know that many people will have real pity for the innocent unborn babies and feel that the innocent life should not be killed. So they don’t want women to have an abortion, they think that women should take care of those fetuses and then raise them up. But if those people are so empathetic that they can even feel the pain of the fetus, why can't they feel the pain of so many women in the real world? Maybe they were also forced to have that fetus, and maybe they were also innocent victims at the beginning! They couldn’t even feel the pain of a living person. Can they really feel the pain of those fetuses? I can't imagine the future life. When women was denied to have the abortion rights, when women's rights are compromised and no longer have the rights to choose , isn't it a recurrence of history?
Abortion rights
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i was sick for a while
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Recently I had Covid 19 and was out of school sick. Having Covid was a horrible experience, but it was also eye opening and made me realize how bad Covid was during its peak. I never took Covid as seriously as I should have in the past, but now I realize how hard it must’ve been for patients and their families 2 years ago. Luckily, I wasn’t as sick as I could’ve been and didn’t get Covid during its peak while millions of others also had it, but I realize lot of people weren’t as lucky as me and that I should be thankful for my recovery.
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The plan of traveling and going back to my hometown get distracted by Covid, especially if I want to go back to China, the Covid policy there is very strict.
COVID
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Covid has definitely influenced my life and many others because it was tough when we were all stuck at home. Many people also lost loved ones. I couldn’t participate in some of the extracurricular activities which I wanted to and social interaction was also limited during the lockdown. Last year, I also tested positive for Covid and I got pretty sick from it. I was required to quarantine myself for a week which was an unpleasant experience. I think the world has made progress in dealing with Covid, as many people have taken the vaccine and cases are still down for the time being. Hopefully the worst of the pandemic is now behind us, and we can learn from our mistakes on how we dealt with this pandemic.
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Life is precious
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When I went through quarantine I really had a touch time because it’s like I coudnt see anybody I was locked in my house I didn’t go outside for atleast 2 weeks so I just slept trying to make the time go faster and that was the worst feeling in my life
COVID
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I got COVID before and I care about what is it like in other places
Gun-control
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I was in China and COVID is a daily topic to me. It influenced me a lot on everyday life
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it happened to me when i was young but i didn't care i feel lucky that i wasn't bothered by it
Gender Stereotype
Traditional Interview
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UNAPPRECIATED
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STRUGGLING
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Over the past few years, I have heard and even encountered numerous incidents of asian hate in the US and around the world. These racism come from stereotypes and ignorant biases against asian culture and people. I believe that it is a severe issue that needs to be addressed immediately, as millions of asian people are suffering through violence and discrimination, compromising the equality and equity pursued in modern society. I contributed to combatting this issue by joining fundraisers and hosting workshops against Asian hate, hoping to contribute to improving this issue as a student.
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As someone who lives with a family member who is immunocompromised, the circumstances I live under are very different than many of my peers. I am a young person who is vaccinated and who is not particularly vulnerable to Covid’s health implications. However, due to my family members’ immune system deficiency, I’ve had to be extremely cautious about getting Covid. Although my area has lifted mask mandates and bans on large events, I continue to mask indoors and avoid large group gatherings. Personally, this also leads to an undertone of alienation when needing to turn down every inclination. I hope that everyone can be more conscious of those who are immunocompromised and make an effort to continuing performing simple measures, like wearing a mask, because Covid isn’t gone, and people’s lives are still at stake.
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With the emergence of artificial intelligence in society, computer systems have been developed to perform tasks or behave increasingly like humans. One related ethical question was thrust into the spotlight when Google engineer Blake Lemoine publicly announced that he suspected the artificial intelligence he had been working on, known as LaMDA (Language Model for Conversational Applications), was sentient. LaMDA was able to communicate with Blake Lemoine during discussions, analyzing passages, writing parables, and even claiming to experience emotions. When I read this news online, I started to question how can we determine when AI becomes intelligent/sentient, and if they are, should we grant them equal rights as humans. If LamDA, or any other AI machines claim that they experience emotions, should we treat them as humans or should we regard this as an error in the programing that should be fix? I think it's creepy to think about that one day robots will have the same if not higher intelligence as humans. I don't want to sound pessimistic, but what if they take over our society? I feel like maybe we should limit the industrial production, especially of AI products, to a reasonable rate because of the unforeseen danger embedded in them...
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My first feeling at the start of the outbreak was that the it would pass quickly, but in the end it still caused such a big loss, which was still quite shocking. The good thing was that the mortality rate of the new coronavirus is not very high and no one is overly panicked around me. Since the start of the outbreak, we all consciously quarantined ourselves at home, and there was a tacit agreement among friends that we would not party and gather together to avoid close contact with each other. After the school closed, classes were changed to online classes, either live lectures or video recordings. Personally, the way the classes were taught did not have much impact on my learning, perhaps because the self-learning component was already a large part of my learning habit. During the remote classes, learning life was basically normal, with the difference being that it took place at home. It is challenging for some of my friends to learn through online classes, and it takes some perseverance to keep up with learning without teachers' supervision. However, I believed that only one semester of online classes should not have much impact on future education and employment.
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That night of New Year's Eve in 2020, when I got stuck in Xingjiang at start of the pandemic outbreak, I felt very divided and painful. I was depressed inwardly; there was really a sense of unreality, as if everything was but a dream. Residents in Wuhan were suffering, and yet I was watching the Spring Festival Gala Show and laugh. When I went on my phone, every aspect of the mainstream media is full of pessimism, with so many Wuhan residents calling for help on Weibo posts. I hoped this was a dream after all, and it would be all good when I woke up the next day. I felt like this was not something that should be happening in this era.
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I think that gun control is a big issue in America. When I visited Texas, I was very surprised at how relaxed the laws are surrounding gun ownership there compared to where I live. I don't believe people should have such easy access to deadly weapons. I shot a gun for the first, and hopefully last, time while I was in Texas. Even though it was just for recreation, I did not enjoy the experience at all, and it made me realize how serious this whole issue is. I hope that in the future America will make stricter gun control laws so that tragedies such as school shootings will subside.
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Words: Isolated, Trapped, Lonely Sentence/Paragraph: Simply put, the COVID-19 pandemic shut down my adolescence––at least, a large part of it. I remember when the first COVID lockdowns occurred in my 9th grade year. At first, it was fun and exciting to get so much time away from school. However, it soon became apparent that this was not going to be fun. The governmental regulations on COVID meant I could not go the places I used to, do the activities I wanted to with friends and with others, attend parties, visit the mall, etc. I was stuck at home, and the only method I had of connecting with the outside world was my computer. It was horrible. Even today, after many of the governmental regulations have already relaxed, COVID is still moving a ton of events (summer camps, research conferences) online, thereby ruining several great opportunities to socialize and connect.
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