The paper should be about the Good Samaritan laws in Healthcare
The following parameters shall be applied when writing papers. Your papers shall be at least 75% filled to be considered a page. You will need a total of five pages (not including work cited page). You will be graded on grammar and spelling. If need be, use the Writing Center, available free of charge to students on campus
The paper shall be in Times New Roman 12 font. You shall have a 1-inch margin on top, bottom, and both sides. The paper shall be double-spaced. The paper shall follow APA guidelines for research papers. No title page is required, but proper formatting of page one is required. All quotes used from a source must be properly cited in APA format (in text citation). A “Works Cited” page is required. Wikipedia is not an acceptable source.
Topics for this paper can be anything out of your book that we have discussed or have not yet discussed. However, you must provide the page number in which you found your topic. Your table of contents is a great starting point! You are now ready to start your paper. Your first line should be your name. The next line should be the name of the instructor, followed the course number and title, and then next is the date. The date should be in the formal notation of month spelled out, the numeric day followed by a comma and then the four-digit year. The next line will be centered and should be the title of your paper. The next line will start with an indented paragraph; usually just pressing the “Tab” key will give you the proper spacing. See the next page for an example
The Fight between Good and Evil
“I am bad and that is good. I will never be good and that’s not bad. There is no one I would rather be than me” (Wreck It Ralph 2012). The first paragraph should grab the reader’s attention and makes them want to continue reading the paper. It should setup the ethical debate and what points you will argue throughout the paper.
One that offers some free guidance is the Purdue Online Writing Lab. It can be found at http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/research/r_mla.html . One last web site that may prove to be helpful is the Honolulu Community College Library at http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/legacylib/mlahcc.html .