Describe the ethics and lobbying laws that are applicable to your advocacy campaign.

Application: Developing a Health Advocacy Campaign (continued): Ethical Considerations
Order Description
Revise and combine parts one and two of the previous papers and add the following:
1.Explain any ethical dilemmas that could arise during your advocacy campaign and how you would resolve them.
2.Describe the ethics and lobbying laws that are applicable to your advocacy campaign.
3.Evaluate the special ethical challenges that are unique to the population you are addressing.
4.Provide a cohesive summary of the paper.
Reminder: submit one cogent paper that combines the previous applications (Parts One and Two) plus the new material.
The paper should be about 11 pages of content.
References should not be more than 5 years
Required Readings
Milstead J. A. (2016). Health policy and politics: A nurses guide (5th ed.). Burlington MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.
Chapter 7 Program Evaluation (pp. 189-218)
In this chapter the focus is on how nurses can participate in public policy or program evaluation. It includes a summary of the methodologies that can be used in evaluation and how to best communicate the results
Craig H. D. (2010). Caring enough to provide healthcare: An organizational framework for the ethical delivery of healthcare among aging patients. International Journal for Human Caring 14(4) 2730.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
The author of this text investigates the ethical discussions surrounding health care resource allocation among aging patients. The article supplies an organizational decision-making model for health care resource allocation among the aging.
Crippen D. & Barnato A. E. (2011). The ethical implications of health spending: Death and other expensive conditions. Journal of Law Medicine & Ethics 39(2) 121129.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
This article analyzes the ethical considerations of health care expenditure in the United States. The authors examine the particular means of funding health care services as well as the tradeoffs of certain funding decisions.
Goethals S. Gastmans C. & Dierckx de Casterle B. (2010). Nurses ethical reasoning and behaviour: A literature review. International Journal of Nursing Studies 47(5) 635650.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
This article presents a literature review on nurses ethical practice with regard to their processes of ethical reasoning and decision making. The authors explore how nurses reason and act in ethically difficult situations.
Pavlish C. Brown-Saltzman K. Hersh M. Shirk M. & Rounkle A. (2011). Nursing priorities actions and regrets for ethical situations in clinical practice. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 43(4) 385395.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
This article reviews the results of a survey to determine nursing priorities and actions in ethically difficult situations. The authors conclude that not enough evidence-based ethics actions have been developed.
Zomorodi M. & Foley B. J. (2009). The nature of advocacy vs. paternalism in nursing: Clarifying the thin line. Journal of Advanced Nursing 65(8) 17461752.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
This article explores the concepts of advocacy and paternalism in nursing. The authors utilize four case studies to compare the two concepts.
American Nurses Association. (2012). Code of Ethics for Nurses. Retrieved from https://nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/EthicsStandards/CodeofEthicsforNurses
The information on this site provides a framework and guide as to standards of ethical and quality behavior.
Hayutin A. M. Dietz M. & Mitchell L. (2010). New realities of an older America. Retrieved from https://longevity3.stanford.edu/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/New-Realities-of-an-Older-America.pdf
This report highlights the impending challenges that come with the United States shifting demographics. In particular the authors focus on aging diversity housing health and personal finance.

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