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- Kilanowski, J. F. & Ryan-Wenger, N. A. (2007). Health status in an invisible population: Carnival and migrant worker children. (Links to an external site.)Western Journal of Nursing Research, 29(1), 100-120.
- Smith, S.L. (1996). Neither victim nor villain: Nurse Eunice Rivers, the Tuskegee syphilis experiment, and public health work. (Links to an external site.)Journal of Women’s History (Links to an external site.), 8, 95-113
write and post a narrative that summarizes your assessment of whether the researchers Kilanowski and Ryan-Wenger violated any ethical principles when conducting the study.
After reading the Smith article consider the role of nursing’s code of ethics as it pertains to a nurse’s duty to provide care supported by the best evidence and assuring social justice and health equity to reduce health disparities.
Book title: The minutemen and Their World
Why, according to Gross, did concordians like the Baretts, the Browns, and the Hosmers go to war against the British in 1775? Has Gross, in your opinion, enhanced our understanding of the American Revolution? In your well developed, well organized 3 page essay, be sure to support your assertions with specific evidence from The Minutemen and Their World.