Public Health Law and Individual Rights/ PHE3001

Public Health Law and Individual Rights

Ethical questions and issues arise at both the level of setting laws and policies and the level of deciding what to do where, those are indeterminate. For example: Which law or policy regarding justifiable breaches of confidentiality would best protect both the public health and the rights of persons with communicable diseases? And, if the law or policy permits, but does not require, a breach of confidentiality by mandating the disclosure of information to third parties such as sexual partners under certain conditions, what is the ethically justifiable course of action for public health officials? Which ethical and other factors are relevant to these decisions? On what ethical grounds can a public health official justify their decisions?

To answer these question, classmates are required to research “breach of confidentiality” and “communicable disease” and “law”. Also, the classmates shall have to research the law applicable in their state (MY STATE IS GEORGIA).

Submission Details:

  • Submit your response in a 3- to 5-page Microsoft Word document.
  • Name your document SU_PHE3001_W1_A3_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.
  • Submit your document to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned .
  • Cite sources in the APA format on a separate page.
    • Posted: 11 days ago
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