There will be two other essays written by the class. The first will deal with the due process aspects of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments. The second essay concerns the development of privacy rights which were not specifically stated in the US Constitution. Each of these will be turned in on assigned dates during the term and will be the topic of roundtable discussions. They should use all APA 6th or 7th items, be at least 6 pages of content (does not include cover page, abstract, references in the page count , but must be included), and must include specific information related to the issue(s) discussed, 3 5 legal cases with bearing upon issues at hand, some historical development and current acts, and the resultant actions or activities related to the healthcare profession. The desired outcome is for students to form a deeper understanding of why and how these issues have impacted healthcare historically and have shaped its current practice. Each of these will be turned in on assigned dates during the term and will be the topic of roundtable forum discussions. Additionally, they must be uploaded in a video format for everyone in the class to view and comment on the provided forum. In order to meet the discussion requirement, each student discussion must be a minimum of 200 words (about 14 to 15 lines Times/New Roman) at 12 point font size and may not include phrases such as I thought that they did a good job, or it was nice. Rather students must view the presentation and make comment on specific talking points in order to qualify for credit. Do not comment on your own work! Turn It In All papers must be submitted using the Turn It In portal provided in the Moodle shell for the class. No papers will be accepted in any other form. All papers must contain no more than 23% non-original content. Any papers which contain more than 23% non-original content will be severely penalized and all papers which has more than 30% will not be accepted. Do not submit papers that you do not write yourself. Do not submit papers which do not follow APA 6th or 7th and do not submit papers through any form other than Turn It In provided for this class. Those that do not follow these guidelines will not be accepted. All papers must be submitted on time in the correct form and format.