Write a paper addressing: Aging, chronic conditions, and end of life
Aging, chronic conditions, and end of life (provide article): As the massive Baby Boom generation ages, healthcare professionals, patients, and families face unprecedented challenges. There will be hard choices to make requiring careful ethical analysis, balancing of stakeholder interests, and healthcare professional accountability. Read the article and discuss end-of-life care. What does our society owe to those living with chronic conditions? How can we build systems of care that are more responsive? How can we help people “age in place,” remain members of their community within familiar settings for as long as possible?
Wolf, S. M., Berlinger, N. & Jennings, B. (2015). Forty years of work on end-of-life care—from patients’ rights to systematic reform. New England Journal of Medicine, 372(7), 678-682. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMms1410321
Source information is required – no personal interjections. Provide citations for the information provided and references for your sources. Citations must be entered when paraphrasing information as well. The paper must be two to three pages (no more than three pages and no less than two pages ), double-spaced, in font 12 in times new roman with references on a separate page, and include a title page. All ‘assignments’ (papers) REQUIRE 2 scholarly references A citation is required when you quote or paraphrase a sentence taken from other authors (your resources). Quoted information is limited in a 3-page paper to one quote (see Written rubric) and must have a citation inserted properly according to APA version 7, including page or para numbers when pages are not available. Use minimal (one) if any quotations — paraphrase the information instead of quoting to demonstrate understanding of the information. References are expected to be properly stated. You must use at least two scholarly resources for ALL assigned papers. The 2-3 pages of written work are in addition to your title page and your reference page – in all, 4 pages. Write in the third person (we and you for instance are NOT third person); personal interjections are not to be placed in these short papers Always double-space all papers.