Below I have previewed five journals that pertain to ethics in the field of Healthcare. Ethics in the world is such an over whelming topic that I would not want to have to deal with. I have chosen to continue my education in the Administration of the Health Care Field. I have chose the following named journals for my list. Each on hold a big issue that we as humans face in this would. We face some of our hardest ethical situation not just in our careers, we face them every day in our personal lives as well.
My picks of journals are as follows: Ethical imperatives critical to effective disease control in the coronavirus pandemic: Recognition of global health interdependence as a driver of health and social equity (Gellert, 2020). Legalization of Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Dying: Condemnation of Physician Participation (Mazloom, Hamidian, Bastani, 2017). Should Doctors Take into Account Human Races? A Medical Ethics Approach (Andrade, 2018).
The Identification and Resolution of Ethical Issues in Health Care: Theoretical and Practical Viewpoints (Johnson, 2010).
Worldwide Ethics 2017 My choices are especially important to me personally as well as professionally. The first three journals we hard to choose from; however I have chosen, Ethical imperatives critical to effective disease control in the coronavirus pandemic: Recognition of global health interdependence as a driver of health and social equity (Gellert, 2020). I chose this journal because I feel with what the world is going through right now. That this is the time to be looking for a solution, not a way to work around the situation so it does not happen again.
I like so many feels that another pandemic, whether by accidental leakage from a laboratory or by a present virus mutating into something we are not ready for. Recognizing the overwhelming need to be prepared for another worldwide pandemic since the world was so prepared for the Coronavirus pandemic.
The scenario could have been quite different that it has played out so far. What could be do better to be prepared as a world to make sure one, this does not happen again, two that if it does we are prepared to handle the situation as it unfolds and not wait until it is upon us and we are in the middle of a pandemic before we decide to do something to help our fellow Americans as well as all the humans of the world. We have known that the opportunity for a virus pandemic to happen was a fear we all have felt as a people. With every country trying to develop the first and most controllable chemical warfare. Our country has been trying for ages, super nation must be first, so we can strike first in case the need arises. The situation at the lab in China is a wake-up call for the world, we better take notice and let us stop trying to kill each other and work together to stay alive. Just a dream I know. The world keeps spinning and we go on about our lives. We can not wait until this happens again just worse that the Coronavirus. Ethically we owe it to our patience and families to be prepared. Ready for any scenario that may present its ugly little head.
So many people worldwide have died, so many people have had to put their lives on the line to help the sick. Lack of supplies, lack of medicine. The panic of the people that started hoarding item like toilet paper, hand sanitizer, medical mask, and gloves. Quickly depleting supplies needed for healthcare worker and other front-line employees. Their lives were at risk because we did not have enough surplus supplies for a situation like this. Laws in place to help protect our elderly in nursing home that were just left to died. When the virus started in places like this, it was like a wildfire. The senseless loss of lives. And it was not just the elderly, mothers and children, fathers, brothers, sister, were all loss so many that we could not keep up to bury these loved one. I am not sure if I hit the mark about this particular journal or not. I just know we better get ready, because we will be hit with another pandemic, will you be ready. I just have to add, I was just as passionate about the journals; Legalization of Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Dying: Condemnation of Physician Participation (Mazloom, Hamidian, Bastani, 2017). Should Doctors Take into Account Human Races? A Medical Ethics Approach (Andrade, 2018).