Topic: conflict mediation and Resolution
I want 5 resources but actually I need 6 or more these resources from
the files I uploaded them. please make sure to cite most of the
paragraphs with the MLA style. Most of the writing should depend on
paraphrasing and summary.
please contact me if needed.
[Customer] [Writers] April 10 2:04 Hey, I need 6 or more these
resources from the files I uploaded them. please make sure to cite
most of the paragraphs with the MLA style. Most of the writing should
depend on paraphrasing and summary.
Preferred language style: English(U.S.)
Course Project: Drawing from the assigned readings (the upload files)
Analyze the case provided and identify conflict, potential sources of
conflict, relevant information, role of potential consultant/mediator,
and how you would attempt to mediate the conflict if you were the
consultant/mediator. A case consultation format may be utilized for
this projectâ€”including recommendationsâ€”but is not required. The
goal of this project is to (1) demonstrate an understanding of the
basic conflict mediation frameworks, which have been explored during
this course, and (2) to demonstrate knowledge of the critical analysis
and process skills discussed within the ASBH Core Competencies
***Please refer back to the Power Point presentation to guide the project.
* i need full understanding for the reading and the papers should be
based on the upload files. no extra resources needed, and i need
citation from the upload files 12 or more citation to support the case
study. please try to cite from all file 2,3,4,5,6,7
* i need the writer to have background on the healthcare ethics to
give good point of view form the ethics perspective
Mrs. Cranberry is an 84 year-old married woman who was taken to a
local hospital when she began to complain of severe abdominal pain.
Prior to admission the patient lived at home with her husband, who
acted as her primary caregiver. Mrs. Cranberry suffers from dementia
and has recently suffered a decline in both cognition and health. Most
recently, Mrs. Cranberry fell trying to get out of bed and broke her
hip. Her husband reports that she has gotten progressively â€œworseâ€
since that fall. Shortly after her admission to the local hospital,
Mrs. Cranberry began to rapidly deteriorate and upon testing it was
discovered that she had a bowel obstruction. The patient was then
transferred to your hospital for surgical intervention (Of note, the
patientâ€™s primary care physician does not have privileges at your
hospital, so Mrs. Cranberry will be assigned an attending physician
The surgery was successful, however, 4 days post-operatively the
patient is still on the ventilator, despite multiple attempts to wean
her from it. The patientâ€™s husband, who is also her medical
power-of-attorney, has asked that the ventilator be removed and the
patient be allowed to die. The patientâ€™s attending physician and her
pulmonologist have refused to discontinue life-sustaining treatment,
stating that the patientâ€™s ventilator dependence is most likely a
complication of surgery and may very well be reversible. The
patientâ€™s husband of 60 years was very angry that the physicians
were not taking direction from him and there were several angry
exchanges in the patientâ€™s room in the Intensive Care Unit. Mr.
Cranberry stated that his wife would not want to live in her current
condition and that he â€œwanted her to die.â€ The patientâ€™s two
sons and daughters-in-law were also in the ICU and were visibly
distraught about the patientâ€™s condition and the refusal of the
physiciansâ€™ to discontinue the ventilator support. Additionally, the
patientâ€™s family met with their lawyer to discuss their legal
options if the doctors continued to refuse their request to
discontinue life-sustaining treatment.
The nurses caring for the patient and dealing with the patientâ€™s
family were becoming increasingly uneasy about the tension between the
doctors and the patientâ€™s family, and a nurse case manager requested
and ethics consult.