using the information on these notes and slides solve these questionslink to notes!ArxGXr_DSKpNgT7NL7eGC-RLoGAq?e=8SFej0link to notes!ArxGXr_DSKpNgUDS8frQtYk5ZMQ4?e=OtSC37link to notes!ArxGXr_DSKpNgUJSA5eSDamO4w5x?e=Xkzti3some extra notes to helpEuthanasia- It is the practice of ending the life of a patient to limit the patient’s suffering. It is generally done through a lethal injection administered by a doctor.Assisted Dying- It is a suicide undertaken with the aid of another person or suicide that is assisted by a doctor if the patient request it.Euthanasia and Assisted Dying are both practices are distinct from the withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment in accord with accepted ethical and medical standards. The main difference is that in Euthanasia, the attending medical practitioner, takes an action with the singular intention of causing a patient’s death, whereas assisted suicide is when a suicide is intentionally aided by the attending medical or nurse practitioner and the person self-administers the medication. 3 types of euthanasia:1. voluntary euthanasia- It is a kind of euthanasia wherein a person’s life is ended at their request in order to relieve them of suffering.2. non voluntary euthanasia- It occurs when the person is unconscious or unable to make a choice between living and dying, and an appropriate person or a family member make the decision on their behalf.3. Involuntary euthanasia- It occurs when euthanasia is performed on a person who would be able to provide informed consent but does not because they do not want to die or they were not asked.MAID stands forMedical Assistance In DyingAphysician or nurse practitionerwill either provide Medical Assistance In Dying.They have nothing to do but to provide MAID because they have no right to refuse medical assistance in dying.Eligible for MAID:Eligible for government-funded health insurance in Canada18 years of age or older and have decision-making capacityHave a grievous and irremediable conditionHave made a voluntary request for MAID that was not a result of external pressureGive informed consent to receive MAID after having received all information needed to make decision.A grievous and irremediable medical condition is when the person’s natural death has become reasonably foreseeable due to all of their medical circumstances, without requiring that a prognosis has been made as to the length of time remaining.The fifth Commandment ” You shall not kill”, relates to euthanasia. It says that human beings were made in the image of God. Therefore, to kill a person is to kill God.Yes, active euthanasia is morally acceptable choice to make for a patient deciding to die because they are acting autonomously.Yes, passive euthanasia is also morally acceptable because it is motivated solely by the best interest of the person who dies and the patient is simply allowed to die because steps are not taken to preserve life.The patient himself can decide to stop those extraordinary measures or medical treatments.Yes, because Indeed, the relief of all forms of pain is an ethical duty of health care professionals and societies and human right as long as the use of such painkillers is not aim at bringing about death.Explanation:Euthanasia is also called mercy killing, a practice of painlessly putting to death persons suffering from painful and incurable disease or allowing them to die by withholding treatment or withdrawing artificial life support measures. Euthanasia and Assisted Dying are both deliberate action taken with the intention of ending a life in order to relieve persistent suffering.Active euthanasia is killing a patient by active means such as injecting a patient with a lethal dose of a drug, whereas, passive euthanasia is intentionally letting a patient die by withholding artificial life support such as a ventilator.Medical Assistance in Dying or MAID is a proWhat is peace, according to the Church? (1:02)Peace is more than just the absence of war. Peace refers to true harmony, where people and the state are in the rightrelationship. where people do not discriminate, oppress, and exploit each other. To have peace and harmony we all need justice,where people treat with respect, dignity, and met their own responsibilities. And to achieve all of this, believing in God, andsurrendering all you have to him, even the hardest heart can be turned away from violence. In this time of hardship around theworld, the easiest way to cope up is to pray. Pray for peace, for harmony, because when we do this we are not just hoping for abetter situation but we are also opening our hearts to God’s love and wisdom.What is the Catholic Church doing to promote peace in the world? (2:05)The church actively working to promote peace around the world by actively joining and organizing different activities likestanding up for human rights, supporting the elimination of weapons, and promoting social-economical development toeliminate the root causes of violence and war.JUST WAR THEORY- What are the 4 criteria to consider before going or supporting a war? (3:31)Just CauseLast ResortChance of SuccessProportionalityHow does the Church feel about weapons of mass destruction or biological warfare? (5:00)Weapons of mass destruction like a nuclear bomb, kill soldiers and civilians aimlessly. Even landmines that stay buried even fora long time can cause death, and harm people in the future.If you are a soldier in the military and you are given an order that is immoral or unjust, what are you called to do? (5:20)The core principle of catholic ethics is each person’s responsibility is to have well-informed conscience. This involvespaying attention to present events and opposing unjust war. If you are a member of the military and receive unjust order, you have the right to resist it. The church supports this idea, that this is also a moral choice to oppose the war.1.What is a conscientious objector? (6:05) If someone is in the military or a soldier and refuse to join or participate in violence because of their underlying moral convictions, they are called “conscientious objector”. This was supported by the catholic church and affirms to works their rights around the world.In what ways can you promote peace, in the world, in your community, and in your own life?To promote peace and harmony in my community, I will promote building human relations. Involve yourself and educate others about what’s happening to our country. Involve students, youth, and even adults in formulation peace in your society. Create a space where people are encouraged to ask and share their ideas and questions. Start peace to yourself, so that you can empower others.Think about wars you learned about in school (WWI, WWII) as well as more recent wars (the US invasion of Iraq, the Arab Spring/Syrian Civil War, the war in Congo, Isaeli/Palestinian conflict, war in Afghanistan, or another war that you are familiar with).Would you consider any of these ‘just wars’? If so, explain your thinking. If not, explain what criteria for just war is missing. (use the back of this paper, if you need more room)No. I will not consider any just war. Just imagine how these wars harm and kill thousands of innocent lives. Children with dreams were killed, civilians were harmed, and even called collateral damage, just imagine all of this will happen once a war will broke out.9.Hacksaw Ridgequestions for thought…..What does Desmond Doss believe about violence and war?He didn’t believe in violence and refused to carry a weapon. Because of his convictions and his position as a defense industry worker, he was exempt from the conscription during the war, but he squandered the opportunity.Where do these beliefs come from and how did they develop?Doss was a Seventh-day Adventist who wouldn’t touch a weapon or labor on the Sabbath. He was a shy, slender lad from Lynchburg, Virginia. He joined the Army as a combat medic because he believed in the cause, but he had made a commitment not to kill. Desmond assumed that as a conscientious objector, he would not be required to carry a firearm when he joined the Army. He aspired to be a combat medic in the Army. He was fortunate enough to be assigned to an infantry rifle company. His refusal to carry a weapon generated a great deal of consternation among his fellow soldiers.Can a conscientious objector be a soldier? Can a soldier be a conscientious objectorReal conscientious objectors are accommodated by the Army, but it’s necessary to keep in mind that Soldiers serve in an all-volunteer army because they want to. The Department of Defense also recognizes conscientious objection. Conscientious objection is defined as a firm, permanent, and sincere aversion to involvement in the war in any form or the carrying of arms, by reason of religious training or belief, according to the Department of Defense.endure in which a patient is given medications to intentionally end their life. Thus, the federal legislation onMAIDis part of the Criminal Code which states that a person is not guilty of a criminal offense if they provide MAID according to the safeguards in the law.Questions to solve Part 1: True and False- Read each statement.Determine if the statement is true or false andcher box. * TRUE FALSE Bioethic… Show more… Show more A pharmacist or pharmacy techniciancan provide M.A.I.D. According to theCatechism of the Catholic… Show more… Show more Part 2: Matching- Match the statements belowwith the appropriate term or phrase found in thev Transfer the answers to the scantr… Show more… Show more share everything, and are selfless.Makes up approximately 60% of O O OO O O marriages in O Ca… Show more… Show moreArts & HumanitiesReligious Studies REG 101

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