Learning Goal: I’m working on a nursing question and need support to help me lea

Learning Goal: I’m working on a nursing question and need support to help me learn.Paper must be in APA style
Explain the difference between spontaneous and procured abortion. As well as their Ethical impact of each one.
Why can the contraceptive pill, the IUD and the “morning after” pill also be considered abortifacients?
Abortion methods, depending on the stage of pregnancy. Explain each one.
Describe the Roe Vs. Wade case and provide a summary of Norma McCorvey’s life.
Describe some better alternatives to abortion.
Read and summarize ERD paragraphs # 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 66, which are the following:
45. Abortion (that is, the directly intended termination of pregnancy before viability or the
directly intended destruction of a viable fetus) is never permitted. Every procedure whose sole
immediate effect is the termination of pregnancy before viability is an abortion, which, in its
moral context, includes the interval between conception and implantation of the embryo.
Catholic health care institutions are not to provide abortion services, even based upon the
principle of material cooperation. In this context, Catholic health care institutions need to be
Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services, Sixth Edition
concerned about the danger of scandal in any association with abortion providers.
46. Catholic health care providers should be ready to offer compassionate physical,
psychological, moral, and spiritual care to those persons who have suffered from the
trauma of abortion.
47. Operations, treatments, and medications that have as their direct purpose the cure of a
proportionately serious pathological condition of a pregnant woman are permitted when
they cannot be safely postponed until the unborn child is viable, even if they will result in
the death of the unborn child.
48. In case of extrauterine pregnancy, no intervention is morally licit which constitutes a direct
49. For a proportionate reason, labor may be induced after the fetus is viable.
50. Prenatal diagnosis is permitted when the procedure does not threaten the life or physical
integrity of the unborn child or the mother and does not subject them to disproportionate
risks; when the diagnosis can provide information to guide preventative care for the mother
or pre- or postnatal care for the child; and when the parents, or at least the mother, give
free and informed consent. Prenatal diagnosis is not permitted when undertaken with the
intention of aborting an unborn child with a serious defect.
51. Nontherapeutic experiments on a living embryo or fetus are not permitted, even with the
consent of the parents. Therapeutic experiments are permitted for a proportionate reason
with the free and informed consent of the parents or, if the father cannot be contacted, at
least of the mother. Medical research that will not harm the life or physical integrity of an
unborn child is permitted with parental consent.
66. Catholic health care institutions should not make use of human tissue obtained by direct
abortions even for research and therapeutic purposes
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