Tuskegee experiments – 1. Select ONE of the 4 ethical principles defined in the book, Principles of Biomedical Ethics. The four ethical principles are: autonomy, justice, beneficence, and non-maleficence. Discuss how it was violated by the researchers. 2. Research online the role that Nurse Evers played in the Tuskegee experiments. Why did she participate in the research? Can you explain her role using one or more of the ethical principles? Why or why not? 3. Change of Heart – Review the Rule of Double Effect in the book Principles of Biomedical Ethics. This is usually considered when discussing end-of-life and the use of narcotic pain medications. Watch the following video and then answer the question and the rule of double effect applies to video: https://youtu.be/0Xn5u-LzsW8 After watching the video and the patient’s responses to the surgeries, how does the Double Effect Rule apply to their choices to have the surgery?
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