|Assignment ID Number||AFFGEHU83939HD|
|Type of Document||Essay|
|Number of Pages||10 Pages|
Mary, a single, 20 year old who lives alone with her mother, has recently learned about advance directives in her health information legal class. The information she has obtained, has convinced her of the benefits of executing an advance directive. Mary knows that her mother does not have an advance directive and thinks that advance directives are wrong. Her mother will not discuss with Mary’s wishes for end of life choices with her, she says its bad luck. Mary thinks that her mother might be misinformed about the purpose and function of advance directives and if she understood she would be more open to Mary having an advance directive.
How should Mary go about deciding what type of advance directive is the best for her?
Where should she begin to prepare such a document?
How might she best educate her mother about advance directives?
Should she urge her friends and other family members to create advance directives
|Criteria||0 – 1 Points||2 – 3 Point||4 – 5 Points||Total|
|Professional communication||Unprofessional communication; many errors; no APA||Minor grammar, spelling, and APA errors||Postings are professional and in standard written English with APA|
|Complete addressing of assessment criteria||Criteria not fully addressed||Minimal response to criteria; minor aspects missing||All criteria are fully addressed|
|Evidence of critical thinking or extending information||Critical thinking or extending information not evident||Obvious responses to questions; little thought evident||Posts demonstrate critical thinking with evidence base from research or experience|
|Course connections.||No connections provided||Minimal connections provided to readings/activities||Clear connections to readings/activities|
|Submitted an overview / summary of the case selected for analysis. Also identified those procedural steps to be analyzed.||Did not provide an adequate overview or summary of the selected case or failed to identify those steps to be analyzed.||Provides an adequate overview or summary of the selected case and steps to be analyzed though may not be clear or complete.||Case overview is clearly presented including all appropriate investigative steps to be analyzed.|