Evaluate common healthcare ethical dilemmas and Apply reasoning to the decision-making process.
Find a recent (written in the past 18 months) article about an ethical issue in healthcare. It does not need to be a peer-reviewed journal article, but make sure it is from an authoritative (Links to an external site.) source. Summarize its key points and describe the ethical considerations it raises. Recommend a decision-making process that healthcare leaders should apply to address these considerations. Share the link to the article in your post.
In conclusion, receivers of advertising may not be a group that shares common features/characteristics; therefore, their interpretations of particular product will always vary. In addition to Eco’s theory of the open work this concept is also related to the statements of Stuart Hall that identified how crucial groups and sub-groups of the society bring their own experience into the process of rendition. For instance, perception of the works is affected by individual pursuits and opinions, but also by present state of attention. The involvement of intellect during watching advertisements is constrained; this fact has been confirmed also by the research of some Psychologists. Emotional, automated brain processes that have been defined as System 1 correspond with the setting of the spectators that is related to common reception of any advertisement – they watch it with deep thought, react to it more emotionally instead of radically, while these tendencies are, in most cases, intentionally supported by the advertising itself – it is as much accessible as possible, mostly focused on the emotional communication. The absence of thorough thinking about advertising by nature does not indicate that the receivers accept the products without any objections. For example, the attitude of the receiver is affected by experience. Advertisements intend to form or relive this event(s). In order to get the best skills to do so, many researches rendered more attention to their convincingness, memorability and ability to be identifiable. However, convincingness is especially cogent for direct purchase of products. Truly effective advertising has a long-time effect that affects shopping behaviour by recalling the memory of a part of its content. Most memories are formed by the end of the advertisement itself, what is probably caused by peak-end effect. Guy Cook (2010) calls the advertising a positive discourse, as it takes other discourses, their content, form, authors and also receivers; however, it is a point that it often does so in quite imaginative ways. Identifying of the symbolism while considering different implications ought to lead people to substitution of stimuli that are altogether different from one another. Not everything suggestive must be inevitably a symbol, metaphor or metonymy. Television advertisements still include quite significant amount of such stimuli. Their meaning indicates how these money-making products might set out toward seeking after higher (somewhat more masterful) targets than just p>GET ANSWER