Summarize three global challenges in health care and the theories created to help alleviate them. Explain how these challenges could directly affect you.
Take one local health care challenge, and apply strategic problem-solving to it to explain a solution you could support.
Discuss how you could sustain successful leadership in health care, and articulate the values that guide your current priorities and actions in your current or future career.
Why abortion is Immoral” by Don Marquis. In this article, Marquis concludes with the statement that Abortion is immoral. Compared to Noonan’s argument, Marquis’s seems to have more emotional premises than logical ones. Marquis’s first premise to back up his conclusion is that “Life is present from the moment of conception or that foetuses look like babies or that foetuses possess a characteristic such as a genetic code.” So immediately, Marquis states that foetuses have life and therefore are human beings and significant. In the second premise, Marquis states that “It is wrong to kill “us””. What he is stating here is that a foetus is just like us, normal human beings, and since killing human beings would be murder, he relates that to killing foetuses. He states the importance of a foetus in the fact that they have the same liabilities that we have as well. He states that “what makes killing “us” wrong is that killing brutalizes the one who kills.” When Marquis uses the word brutalizes, he expresses how violent the act of abortion is, and how we deprive that foetus of a great life that we have. The third premise that Marquis states is “For a killing where the victim did have a valuable future like ours, having that future by itself is sufficient to create the strong presumption that the killing is seriously wrong.” In this premise, he understands that some humans are not financially stable to raise a child and provide that child with the life that it deserves, so he is giving a counter argument to his premise on which someone could possibly have an abortion due to the living standards of that parent. But then he immediately disregards that argument to people who can provide a good life for that child, in stating that if the parent can financially raise a kid, aborting it would deprive that child from living a normal lifestyle. Marquis’s 4th premise expresses a counterargument to the statement “Ones future being valuable is that one values it. Value implies a valuer.” Marquis first starts his premise with that counterargument but quickly disregards it and uses the example of suicide. He expresses that someone who thinks of suicide may feel as if they are of no value to this earth but someone who loves them would see them as valuable. He compared that example to that of a foetus si>GET ANSWER