Read the Module 3 assigned materials, 2) review the Belmont Report, and finally, 3) review the film Miss Ever’s Boys.
Using your Faculty-Approved research article, for your Main/Initial post:
Describe how the authors/researchers protected human subjects in their study.
Based on your Module 3 textbook readings and the review of the film that portrayed the life of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study participants, do you believe that their human rights were adequately protected?
According to the Belmont Report, the three key principles of ethical research are:
Respect of Persons,
Beneficence, and
Were these the guiding principles in the research article you reviewed? In the Tuskegee Syphilis Study? Provide your rationale, support your argument with supportive science.
And lastly, reflect on your role as a nurse and respond to the question: “Is health care a basic right in the United States?”
Support your response by applying ethical principles and use appropriate references.
Initial/Main post: Post your initial response to the Discussion Board by the due date posted in the course calendar.
Peer Response: Respond to at least one classmate/peer using respectful communication and solid reasoning. Post your peer response by the due date posted in the course calendar.
Useful Resources:
Ethics: The Belmont Report
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Ethical Perspectives in 21st Century Health Care:
The American Nurses Association (ANA) Code of Ethics for Nurses:
The International Council of Nurses (ICN) Code of Ethics for Nurses: The International Council of Nurses (ICN) Code of Ethics for Nurses
You must post a minimum of two different days in each Module (one initial response and one peer response).
Please note discussion board due dates for responses on course calendar.
All posts to discussion boards must be supported/cited using at least one credible reference. Of note, the initial post needs to include a citation from the content readings and an additional scientific source. When responding to a peer, students are to use an additional scientific source besides the source used in the initial post.

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