DNR Ink Discussion. Literature & Language Coursework (Coursework Sample)
DNR Ink Discussion
In this discussion, I'd like us to consider the various viewpoints relevant to DNR tattoos - doctors, medical and / or legal experts, and patients.
First, briefly summarize the various viewpoints accounted for in each article. ***There are articles attached.
Then, briefly explain your viewpoint on these particular cases, and DNR tattoos in general:
• What do you think of DNR tattoos?
• What's your reaction to the 2 patient cases presented in the articles?
• Where you surprised by anyone's actions or viewpoints?
• How do you think doctors should handle DNR tattoos?
And lastly, are there any other viewpoints important to this issue not presented in these articles? Who's and what relevance do they have? What about tattoo artists? What about other patients or groups advocating for other types of medical tattoos? For example, take a look at these!
***A whole page is not needed as long as all topics and questions are covered.
One of the viewpoints held in the articles is that DNR tattoos are confusing because they do not account for the current wishes of the patient and that the patient could have had the tattoos when they were intoxicated.
However, another viewpoint claims that DNR tattoos should signify something and that doctors should honor the patient’s silent request.
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