Studies show that two-thirds of nurses and physicians likely to be involved in organ retrieval do not understand the brain-death criterion covered in Ch. 6 of your textbook. Demonstrate in your essay your understanding of the brain-death criterion, including an overview of its development, main components, main problems, and controversial cases. Suggested organization:
- Provide an overview of the brain-death criterion and its most important components/rules as it relates to this question. You can get most of this information in the Deveterre textbook (provide APA citations), but you can also use outside sources, if needed, as long as you provide citations. (1 paragraph)
- Using your Deveterre textbook for citations, provide your own analysis about some of the main issues and problems with using the brain-death criterion. (1-2 paragraphs)
- Discuss the controversial cases of Marlise Munoz and Jahi McMath, both discussed in the relevant chapter of the textbook, especially highlighting what you see as the key facts learnings from these cases. You can get most of this information in the Deveterre textbook (provide citations), but you can also use outside sources, if needed, as long as you provide citations. (1-2 paragraphs).
PS: 500 word minimum (not including references)
- Essay is NOT plagiarized (high SAFE ASSIGN similarity reports and other similarities to other papers will result in an automatic F in the class FOR ALL PAPERS AND STUDENTS INVOLVED)
- Be responsive to the question prompt and demonstrates an understanding of the materials
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