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i need answer for these assay questions (EACH QUESTION HAS TO BE AT LEAST TWO PAGE LONG) so its gonna be three assays

  1. Several times during the semester we’ve considered physician-assisted suicide. Briefly, in the four states in which physician-assisted suicide is legal, there is a protocol comprised of several criteria that must be satisfied. Consider the following situation. Britanny has been diagnosed as suffering from terminal cancer. She decides to avail herself of physician-assisted suicide and writes out two requests, appropriately spaced. Two doctors review the protocol and willingly write out a prescription for a lethal dose of barbiturates. The prescription is then forwarded to a physician, Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith examines the prescription and realizes that if he fills it, he will become party to Brittany’s suicide. Mr. Smith, however, is opposed to physician-assisted suicide and refuses to fill the prescription.
  2. Let us consider once again the debate between Dax Cowart and Robert Burt. As we’ve seen, the core of disagreement concerns the appropriate role of physicians in dealing with patients. Analyze this debate in terms of the patient/client models described by Michael Bayles: agency, contract, friendship, paternalism, and fiduciary. More specifically, provide a description and account of how each model relates to the disagreement between Cowart and Burt, and explain which model Burt has in mind and which model Cowart has in mind.
  3. In his article, Good Doctors, Samuel Gorovitz suggests that current medical school training programs leave much to be desired. First, explain several traits that Gorovitz believes good

QUESTION: Is it permissible for Mr. Smith, a state-licensed pharmacist, to refuse to fill a duly authorized prescription? In order to respond adequately, students need to relate this scenario to the article by Julie Cantor and Ken Baum, The Limits of Conscientious Objection—May Pharmacists Refuse to Fill Prescriptions for Emergency Contraception. Students should provide a detailed analysis of the pros and cons of each side in determining whether the pharmacist may refuse to fill the prescription for Brittany to end her life.

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physicians need to possess. Second, explain the ways in which Gorovitz suggests medical education should be improved in order to turn out better doctors.

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