Ethical Principles -Film review Health, Medicine, Nursing Movie Review (Movie Review Sample)
The Film to be use is: Juno (2007) PG-13, which is about abortion. The paper needs to be APA format.
After viewing the selected film from the list of films provided by the instructor, develop a scholarly paper that includes the following:
1. Provide a brief introduction of the selected film that includes a title, year released, genre, and main theme.
2. Provide a one paragraph summary of the selected film.
3. Identify and discuss the ethical issue(s) identified in the film.
4. Define each of the four ethical principles: autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence, and justice
a. Provide examples from the film that relate to each relevant principle
b. NOTE: IF THE FILM DOES NOT ADDRESS ONE OF THE PRINCIPLES ACKNOWLEDGE THE OMISSION IN THE PAPER
5. Compare the film’s portrayal of the issue to current legal and ethical issues in the practice of professional nursing.
6. Evaluate the impact of the ethical issue(s) portrayed in the film on the nursing profession.
7. Include an introductory paragraph, purpose statement, and a conclusion.
8. INCLUDE A MINIMUM OF (4) PROFESSIONAL PEER-REVIEWED SCHOLARLY JOURNAL REFERENCES TO SUPPORT THE PAPER (REVIEW IN ULRICH PERIODICAL DIRECTORY) AND BE LESS THAN FIVE (5) YEARS OLD
Student’s Name Professor’s NameCourse Date
Ethical Principles - Film rReview: Juno
Teenage pregnancy and abortion have long been debated with different points of view emerging on who has the right toshould decide whether the featus should live or not. The journey of pregnancy for teenagers can be difficult and confusing for teenagers. The eponymous film Juno, released in 2007, addresses unwanted pregnancy and the ethical issues related to the decision on whether to undergosecure an abortion or carry the fetuspregnancy to term. The film is about a 16-year-old girl, Juno, who faces the consequences of unplanned teenage pregnancy. The movie offers an excellentIt provides the opportunity for healthcare practitioners to review the four health care ethical principles of autonomy, non-malfeasance, beneficence, and justice that direct the actions of these professionals and ensure quality, which guide in meeting ethical obligations of care for their patients.
Summary of Juno (2007)
Juno is thea story ofabout a pregnant teenage girl who wants to undergosecure an abortion. At the commencementIn the initial parts of the movie, Juno McGruff goes to the clinic to for medical termination of her pregnancyget an abortion. Once she views After the ultrasound imagesis conducted, she changes her mind becausewhen she sees her baby has already formedgrown to the point of havingand has fingernails. Juno is faced with thea challenging decision of whether to keep herthe baby and give it up for adoption or simply procure an abort the fetusion. However, while waitingsitting at the centerclinic, she decides to putgive her infantbaby up for adoption, which involves a. The long and laborious process in search of a good of adoption involves getting a family tothat will raise look after her childbaby. Most parts of the film describe Juno's pregnancy experiencesjourney as a pregnant teenagers, including reaction from her parents’ reactions, the process of selecting a suitableperfect family for her baby, herthe changing relationship with Paulie, her boyfriend, and life as a pregnant youngsterteenager in high school. The long search for the right family ends when Juno agrees to letthat Mark and Vanessa would adopt her child. However, the couple ends up divorcing, hence making the situation worse for Juno.