Physican Assited Death: Accomplice to a Crime or a Merciful Respone

1. This first video is relatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing to Roman Samperdo : Amenabar, A. (Director). (2005). The Sea Inside [Video File, 14:55]. Retrieved from There are 9
sections in” rel=”nofollow”>in the Youtube series. (125 min” rel=”nofollow”>ins in” rel=”nofollow”>in total) Also accessible at Amazon $3.99 to rent. [Video file, 1:49:35].
amazonvideo-20 2. Regardin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Brittany Manyard : Maynard, B. (2014, October 29) A Video for my Friends [Video file, 05:58 min” rel=”nofollow”>inutes]. Retrieved from /watch?v=11HXHOZb2Q1. 3.
Regardin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Craig Ewert : The Suicide Tourist [Video File 55:37]. (2010, March 2). Retrieved from” rel=”nofollow”>in?url=” rel=”nofollow”> /PortalPlaylists.aspx?
wID=103647&xtid=55997 Please watch the 3 Videos to answer questions listed below. For this discussion, you will have watched Ramon Sampedro’s thirty-year battle for the legal right to end his own
life: Craig Ewert’s journey from his home in” rel=”nofollow”>in America to Switzerland to have physician aid in” rel=”nofollow”>in dyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing (PAD): Brittany Maynard’s relocation from her home in” rel=”nofollow”>in California to Oregon to be eligible for PAD.

Discussion Questions: Prepare for the discussion by watchin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the assigned viewin” rel=”nofollow”>ings for this module. What are the reasons Ramon Sampedro, Craig Ewert, and Brittany Maynard made when askin” rel=”nofollow”>ing for PAD?
What are the common threads of their requests? How are their circumstances different? Do you thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink that all, some, or none of these requests for PAD were morally justified or unjustified? Were the
physicians in” rel=”nofollow”>involved accomplices to a crime or actin” rel=”nofollow”>ing out of mercy? Explain” rel=”nofollow”>in

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