Week 4 Project Instructions Before beginning work on this assignment, please rev

Week 4 Project
Before beginning work on this assignment, please review the expanded grading rubric for specific instructions relating to content and formatting.
Each week, you will have the opportunity to explore an ethical theory—consequential ethics, utilitarian ethics, deontological ethics, and nonconsequential ethics—in the context of a case scenario from your textbook. In this week, the focus will be on nonconsequential ethics.
Nonconsequential ethics suggests that the assessment of right or wrong must be based on the action and not the consequences.
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Review the assigned case in its entirety.
Address the questions posed in detail and with appropriate scholarly support.
To support your work, use your course and textbook readings and also use the South University Online Library. As in all assignments, cite your sources in your work and provide references for the citations in APA format.
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MHA6060: Health Law
and Ethics
Week 4 Assignment
Please review the following case:
was preparing to drape Mr. Smith’s leg in OR 6 for surgery when she was
approached by Nicole, the nurse manager. Nicole asked, “Chelsea, please come to
OR 3. We have an emergency there and urgently need your skills to assist the
surgeon.” Chelsea turned to Daniel, the surgical technician, and asked him to
continue prepping Mr. Smith’s leg for surgery. Daniel prepped the leg prior to
the surgeon entering the room. The surgeon entered the room a few minutes later
and asked, “Where is Chelsea?” Daniel replied, “She was called away for an
emergency in OR 3. Karen will be shortly in to assist us.”
the surgery, Mr. Smith was transferred to the recovery room. While he was in
the recovery room, a nurse was looking at the patient’s medical record as to
the notes regarding the patient’s procedure during surgery. She noticed that
the surgery was conducted on the wrong leg.
there was a heated discussion between the surgeon and the nursing staff, each
member of the staff had good intentions, but the outcome was not so good.
Nonconsequentialists believe that right or wrong depends on the intention. They
generally focus more on deeds and whether those deeds are good or bad. In this
case, the intentions were good but the outcome was bad. It should be noted that
nonconsequentialists do not always ignore the consequences.
accept the fact that sometimes good intentions can lead to bad outcomes. In
summary, nonconsequentialists focus more on character as to whether someone is
a good person or not. Nonconsequentialists believe that right or wrong depends
on the intention. Generally, the consequentialist will focus more on outcomes
as to whether they are good or bad.
Please address the following
questions drawing support from your course resources and credible scholarly
resources cited in APA format:
1.      Describe how the nonconsequential
theory of ethics applies in this case.
2.      What questions might a
consequentialist raise after reviewing the facts of this case and why.
Special Note
Special Instruction/Notes for the Project:
Research is required for each section (a minimum of/at least three different citations per section). Note that the rubric calls for explicit research. At least three separate academic citations/sources per section!
Please show where all bullet points start and end.
Please provide a well-defined conclusion. All submissions are to have a conclusion. 
Please provide three pages explaining and answering the questions.
Please ensure no substantial (huge) spacing gaps between the individual paragraphs and references. 
Please make sure that the individual references are in alphabetical order.