Ow different cultures affect both the practice of medicine and law. Focus on laws: public health policies

Dear Writer My main topic is as follows: research paper will be on the comparison of how different cultures affect both the practice of medicine and law. I will mostly focus on laws that have to do with public health.

I am attaching an abstract that I wrote. You know best and may edit it however you wish. Maybe I need to narrow down my supporting details? Thanks

I also posted in here various things the professor wrote to us regarding our paper. I know YOU know how to write a research paper I just added this as extra. Thanks again!
Paper should include, besides other elements in a research paper:
a? an abstract, Must be 500 words
This is what she sent us in an email: An abstract is an introduction to a formal research paper. It is a short-summary designed to present your main argument, topic you would like to address, and the expected conclusions drawn from your research.
Your abstract should provide a brief and comprehensive summary of your planned research.
It should include the following:
1) a brief description of the research problem being investigated,
2) the methods used,
3) the expected results, and
4) their implications

a?Research Question,
a?Plan for the research,-an outline
a?literature review,
a?Bibliography (I put 10 but put as much as needed to get point across)

You should include all sections and may subdivide your sections into subsections.
Conceptual framework refers to your understanding of the theoretical framework relevant to your topic. All your presented ideas must be based on your understanding of the literature and supported by empirical research.

My Abstract so far edit it however you wish:

This research paper hopes to examine the profound effect that culture has on medicine and on the formation of public health policies. In particular, the paper will focus on the physician-patient relationship, physician and patient decision-making rights, health care financing, and the power of the government to protect the publicas health. This will be accomplished by using comparative approaches to consider how culture structures these policies in the United States, with a comparison of minority experiences and a discussion of how the study of international examples can inform our understanding of the situation at home.

In addition, the paper will focus on the implications of the Patientas Bill of Rights, especially its influence on the treatment of minorities. By examining this historically important bill, the dissertation intends to clarify the process by which culture transforms public health, health care financing, and the very core of physician-patient interaction.

Sources that will be included: (1) studies on health care disparities in the U.S., (2) health care policies, (3) Patientas Bill of Rights, (4) studies on health-care disparities elsewhere, and (5) physicians. Data will be collected from archives, interviews, newspapers, and published reports to support my findings. Furthermore, the research hopes to show that although some view federal agencies, courts, or political parties as the agents driving institutional change these groups have acted in response to the pull of cultural movement. In order to better illustrate the a?pulla? the paper will include historical detail on the expansion of patient rights and gains in federal power, the diminishing of health care discrimination, and the emergence of cultural consciousness by the physician.

And as the United States culture continues to evolve, so will health care policies. During the twentieth first century, both physicians and patients remain culturally ignorant of those around them. Often, minorities are not knowledgeable in the mechanics of the United States health care system, resulting in poor-quality health care for these groups. Moreover, the increasing elderly population has placed and will continue to place further constraints on the federal government. Medical staff will become in short supply and, with an already bad economy, the government is scrambling to find a solution to monetarily aid the retirement community. These events will bring about a new cultural revolution which will provide a lasting effect on the health care system. The research paper will then take a quick look at the result of such an effect on the future of US health care policies and will present an analysis of both the advantages and disadvantages of these policies.

The paper will specifically look at the advantages and disadvantages of the newly signed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; along with an analyzation of how cultural influences brought about the recently enacted act. Such an analysis will provide the basis for further research and hopefully initiate further interest on how cultural revolutions have altered the very core of this nationas health care policies. Proving, once more that culture has had and will continue to have a profound effect on both medicine and law.