Ethics Analysis: Based on Excerpts from the bookThe Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks compared to research ethics found in chapter three of Houser (2018) 50 points Directions:
1)Read: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
2) Read the Prologue: The Woman in the Photograph AND one of the following sections below.
3) Write an Ethics Analysis narrative using the following headings that are a minimum of 5 typed pages in the body of the paper (not including title and reference pages). This is a scholarly paper and should not read like a book report. Submit Peer Review Guide in class (worth up to 5 points). Completed individually. Select one of the following sections along with reading the prologue:
Section 1: Chapters 1-11Section
2: Chapters 12-22Section
3: Chapters 23-38I.
Introduction (5 points)Write an introduction (3 or more paragraphs) to the section you are reviewing. Note what section you are using and give an overall statement of what you are going to write about in the body of the paper. The introduction should follow a logical sequence of ideas. Paragraphs should be well developed with transition sentences. Do not quote directly from the book.
II.Examination of identified persons (10 points)-Specifically the unique viewpoints from all those involved in the case of the section you are analyzing. There should be 2 or more paragraphs used to describe each of these points. Be specific in describing these people and their viewpoints without directly quoting from the book.a. Lacks family membersb. Doctorsc. Johns Hopkins administratorsd. Other persons
III. Examination of the experience of Henrietta Lacks and family according to the section you read and the ethical principles in Houser regarding research integrity and law related to research found in chapter three of Houser. Make sure that you compare ethical situations described or read in Skloots book to principles found in Houser and cite in APA format. There should be 4 or more paragraphs for this section. Do not directly quote from the book to express your thoughts (10 points)
IV. Conclusion:The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and Research ethics: Your thoughts to describe multiple ethical issues in the case, including any family conflicts, cultural influences; any role identified in decisions made regarding patient care; any conflicts within medical, scientific or lay community; issues regarding accountability for truth-telling. 3 or more paragraphs (10 points)