In this essay composed for WRTC 103: Critical Reading and Writing, Robinson explores the tension between competing definitions of brain death and the ethical obligations of medical professionals and the facilities in which they work. Offering in-depth analysis of legal definitions, patients’ rights, and doctor’s oaths, Robinson calls for lawyers and physicians to collaborative and close the gaps that lead to unnecessary malpractice lawsuits and misuse of hospital resources.
Critical Reading and Writing
"How to Deal with Brain Death: Legal and Ethical Considerations,"
Lexia: Undergraduate Journal in Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication: Vol. 5
, Article 1.
Available at: http://commons.lib.jmu.edu/lexia/vol5/iss1/1