Explain what interests you about this topic and the treatment you would give the subject in your paper

The phlebotomist in Bagent v. Blessing Care Corp

Your final paper will be in APA format and contain a title page; an abstract page; a body—with an introduction, 2-4 pages of factual background on the case(s) or issue, 2-4 pages of analysis of the, and a strong conclusion—then a reference page with at least 6 scholarly source citations.

The first step in writing your paper will be to choose your topic. The topic must be approved by your instructor. It must also be within the scope of this class, and clearly focus on the intersection between both law and medicine in some form. In this assignment, you will write the topic proposal for submission to your instructor.

Remember that, in the body of a research paper, you must support all factual that are not common knowledge with a source citation. Thus, you should make sure that your topic has plenty of available source material before you begin writing.

Directions
Write a topic proposal for your final term paper. Include the following information:

The name of the case/issue.
A citation and link to the case and/or an article discussing it.
Explain what interests you about this topic and the treatment you would give the subject in your paper.
For example, a good proposal would be: “I would like to do my paper on the Smith vs. Regional Hospital case, 867 A.2d 283 (N.J. 2002). Here is a link to an article about the case . . . This case interests me because it deals with the limits on what treatment nurse practitioners can provide, and that is a current issue in the field I’m working in. My paper would discuss how the changing standards for what treatment that non-physician medical staff can provide is improving patient care . . .”

You should give the instructor enough information to decide if this topic would work well for your paper and to help you shape it into the best possible to maximize your grade.

The phlebotomist in Bagent v. Blessing Care Corp