In Week 1, our primary focus will be laying a foundation on which you will continue to build throughout the course. You will explore some fundamental ideas relating to law and the development of law, as well as ethics. This broad overview will provide you with the necessary tools to further explore contemporary ethical dilemmas, organizational ethics, employee rights and responsibilities, and patient rights and responsibilities in the coming weeks.Your Learning Objective for the Week:Apply legal and ethical principles, procedures, and cases to practical management problems frequently found in healthcare settings.WeekText(s), Chapters and ReadingsFrom your course textbook, Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals, review the following chapters:Introduction to EthicsDevelopment of LawIntroduction to LawFrom the  Online Library, review the following articles:The Burden of Choice: A Qualitative Study of Healthcare Professionals’ Reactions to Ethical Challenges in Humanitarian CrisesEliciting, Documenting, and Honoring Patient’s Goals of Care and Life-Sustaining Treatment Decisions: Building Systems to Ensure Success (FR479)Outlook for Federal Mental Health Policy in the 115th CongressThe Future of Health Care Reform – Section 1332 Waivers and State-Led ReformCourt Allows HIPAA Negligence ClaimClinical Negligence Litigation: Balancing the InterestsIs Access to Justice Becoming a Lost Cause?From the Internet, review the following:American College of Healthcare Executives. (n.d.). About ACHE. Retrieved from (2017). How laws are made and how to research them. Retrieved from