Ezekiel Emanuel: Ethics of Healthcare

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Please view the following video by Ezekiel Emanuel, one of America's leading bioethicists as well as a key figure in the national debate on health care. Professor and Vice Provost for Global Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania, he served in the Obama Administration as the Special Advisor for Health Policy to the Director of the White House Office of Management and Budget. Emanuel discusses the pressing issues facing US health care today, from access to insurance to the overall cost of American medicine. (YouTube)

Ezekiel Emanuel: Ethics of Healthcare  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKJY0riwlMo  (1:03:04)


Take notes as you view this thought-provoking video. In your "Main Post" select two or three ideas that struck you as being particularly interesting or important. In your first sentence identify the points you will discuss. Then thoughtfully discuss the points that you selected.


Make sure that you submit two posts: (1) "Main Post" - one post should address the discussion topic. (2) "Response Post" - one post should be a response to another person`s post. Each post needs to be 20 sentences in length. Also, make sure that you read all or almost all of the posts of your classmates. You are reminded that in your discussion posts you will be expected to show that you are integrating ideas from the assigned unit readings and the other resources provided (articles from newspapers, magazines, journals, and videos) into your posts. Failure to do this will result in a lower discussion grade and a successful discussion post that refers to specific readings and videos will receive a higher discussion grade. Your "Main Post" needs to be submitted by midnight on Friday. Your "Response Post"  needs to be submitted by midnight on Sunday.

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    • Take notes as youview these thought-provoking videos. In your "Main Post" post select two or three ideas that struck you as being particularly interesting or important. …