Several malpractice cases at the present include matter involving cultural incompetence. The statement was supported by ---,---- when he mentioned that lack of knowledge about transcultural nursing and the refrainment from the assessment of cultural care can have unwanted effects. A good example would be when a nurse makes assumptions based on a client’s physical look rather than conducting a cultural assessment first may impact the patient by inflicting cultural pain and creation of barriers in care and communication. Physiological effects of cultural insensitivity can cause stress, increased and abnormal heart rate, increased blood pressure and other manifestations that can add up to a patient’s condition. This was agreed upon on by ---,--- when he noted that patients often win legal battles against health practitioners who were sued because of cultural malpractice and negligence.
Although it is depicted in the movie that he might be faking being mentally ill; committing the crime of statutory rape meets a criterion of Antisocial Personality Disorder. People with this disorder have an impairment with intimacy. The want to control others or intimidate them. Even though Randle states that she was willing when speaking of the sexual encounter. Randle is quite intimidating, so the young lady may have felt pressured and persuaded into the sex act.
This is seen as a sign of PTSD because a sufferer of PTSD often will suddenly become angry or irritable. Odysseus becomes enraged almost as fast as one can flip a switch, however, he most likely did not intend for it to sound that mean rather it was a trigger of PTSD. All of these situations are examples of how one may see Odysseus to be suffering from PTSD after experiencing warfare and death over a extended period of
In addition, his dissatisfying slurs about Nurse Ratched’s body made him look like a terrible human being. Next, when McMurphy slammed his hand twice through the Nurses’ Stations glass he made a dangerous situation that should and was reprehensible. Lastly, with McMurphy’s indiscretions, Nurse Ratched had to make the safe decision by turning the other patient's opinions against McMurphy’s trip. The ultimate message was to portray that sometimes with the mentally ill there are right times when harsh, strict, and orderly rules enforced by someone who is strong is a good
Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario, (2002) report that the nurse can carry out this task by strongly including their patient as a partner in care due to the fact that the client is the rue expert on his/her own life. Identifying what the patient ’s goals, aspirations and desires and making them the core of the care program. Maintaining boundaries focuses on nurses being responsible for effectively beginning and keeping the limits or bounds found within the therapeutic nurse-client relationship. To meet this particular standard the nurse can start by setting up and managing the appropriate boundaries within the relationship. Additionally helping the client understand when his/her demands are stepping beyond the limits set of the therapeutic relationship.
When Registered the Nurse is then answerable to the National Law (AHPRA). Registered Nurses are accountable and responsible for conforming to the Professional frameworks such as the code of professional conduct, code of ethics, national competency standards, and professional boundaries. It is expected that the Registered Nurse practice in accordance with the Professional Codes and national
I didn’t remember much from there only that they said ‘you are under arrest’ and then I asked ‘why am I being arrested’. They then proceeded to pull me to the ground and I was beaten. I was kicked in the face several times and I had received an elbow to the lower back. I fell unconscious after that because I have
This occupation can cause harassment and rape on prostitutes, because these activities can be seen as discipline to the prostitutes, if they may seem disobedient to the pimp or the client. Prostitutes that are from sex trafficking or coercion are often raped due to the fact that their consent is usually not needed by their pimp or client, and are forced to commit the demanded sexual act being provided a negative incentive. Nazafarin Nazemi, a PhD student in the University of Pune, states that “In prostitution, women are tortured through repeated rape and wild and vocative treatment either by client or the exploiter and subjected to cruel and brutal treatment and verbal abuse without human limits.” (Nazemi 3) Therefore describing how the manager and clientele may disregard the human rights and welfare of the prostitutes, and rather, treat them like sex toys. Their treatment by the higher authorities in their occupation can injure them severely, whether it be physically or mentally. Because of this, prostitutes’ rights,security, and overall esteem and confidence are demeaned by their occupation.
This framework is a useful standard against which the professional behavior of a nursing practitioner must be measured. The Nursing Staff Supervisor (NSS) can refer to this standard (or standards of ethical behaviors) when resolving ethical issues in nursing practice. In situations wherein the ethical issues are so complicated to be resolved at the hospital level, the ANA may be able to step it within a pre-defined parameter, to extend their institutional ethical expertise to help resolve the ethical issue involved (Wood, 2014). Nursing associations oftentimes have a dedicated ethics committee who are comprised of ethics experts over issues relevant to, or uniquely encountered only in, the nursing practice.
Malpractice is negligence, offense, or breach of duty by a professional individual that causes a patient to be injured. Much of the time, it includes when a nurse did not meet a standard of care or to deliver care that he or she should deliver in a similar situation. According to Standards of Practices “Standard 2: Responsibility and Accountability”, the nurses have to maintain, practice, respect and promote patient’s autonomy, as well as to provide care in a responsible and accountable manner. However, keeping the truth from a patient will not enable them to come to terms with their condition and give them the alternative for further treatment. Hence, it would be better to tell the patient the truth to guarantee that the nurse will not face any lawful issues unless the patient has a lack of decision-making capacity which could be caused by mental illnesses, such as dementia or being