Reflecting on this clinical practice has been unquestionably beneficial to me. It is helped me ascertain further information about dignity and the importance of it. It has also allowed me to evaluate the care I give and develop personally and professionally. Using the Gibbs (1988) reflective framework has enabled me to look at all aspects of the clinical practice and gain essential information relating the maintenance of dignity. I have found this assignment of reflecting extremely interesting and have enjoyed learning new things about myself and the care I give in clinical practice.
There seems to be more positive impacts of being vaccinated than not being vaccinated. “Vaccines are the best defense we have against serious, preventable and sometimes deadly contagious diseases” (“Vaccines.gov”). There are multiple reasons for getting vaccinated such as avoiding potentially avoidable diseases, protecting the loved ones around you from retracting diseases and simply because no one has time to get sick and miss out on important aspects of life. Vaccines have been proven to prevent outbreaks of diseases (“Vaccines.gov”). An outbreak is a cluster of connected cases in a certain area
Vaccination is a key factor in keeping communities safe from harmful diseases, especially those that can spread easily. However, pediatric immunization policy can be debated from an ethical perspective because it concerns the role of the government and families in maintaining the health of children. I will argue that the immunization requirements with exemptions for school entrance in Washington state are ethically required because they balance the role of the government in public health and personal autonomy in the most minimally intrusive way possible. Hendrix points out that pediatric vaccination, or the policies surrounding vaccination requirements for children, can “span several public health domains, including those of policymakers,
Policy makers, bureaucrats and health personnel have to understand their environment, adopt to change, implement plans and many more. The job of ensuring quality Healthcare does not lie on the providers alone but health consumers on the other hand also have to play their part to prevent ill health in order not to waste the limited resources. However, the process of ensuring quality healthcare is not black or white. This is because Health
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All the points mention are sufficient and not dragging. It is focused on the action. Readers are drawn in by active sentences that highlight the stakes, the conflict, or the impact of the event covered, propelling them forward into the story. Lastly, each point is well written with relevant example, explanations and elaborations. The news article also emphasizes on real story such as including experience and sharing it with the readers so that it will awaken reader’s awareness.
This is due to individual’s unfounded fears and imagines consequences associated with the idea of purposely inserting a disease into one’s body. Despite one’s beliefs, vaccines are essential to not only a person’s health, but to the health of those around them. Mandatory vaccinations do not cause autism; rather, they save lives while also upholding values of the Constitution. Vaccinations are a form of medicine administered to provide a person an immunity to a disease. They work by utilizing a variety of substances to defend the human body against potentially deadly microorganisms (“Vaccine” 1).
They also benefit in given that firsthand required information. The replies are likewise rapid which boosts the quick gathering of information. The answers are also thorough as there might be the probability of the interrogator conveying his / her idiosyncracies into the interview which can lead to biased in response obtained. The usage of medical statistic/ data is extremely practical in the study of ailment pathogenesis over an wide-ranging period while studying quality assurance and enhancement in clinical practice. statistics /data collected via medical/ healthcare records are indispensable to creating a health history on clients who offer biologic samples for the determinations of front-line disease forecast research.
In order to classify this text it can be divided in two parts. On the one hand, it is a journalistic report due to the fact that it was published by Macon Philips who was a Special Assistant to the President, and Director of Digital Strategy at The White House. He developed the web page where President Barack Obama’s speech was uploaded (WhiteHouse.gov). On the other hand, the uploaded Inaugural Address which it is going to be mainly taken into account in this essay. This main text is a political document.
They also state that it should be legalized because patients have the right to decide their own future. The doctor should not refuse a patient his rights; therefore, people who are for assisted suicide believe it is ethical because it is by the patient’s will. If a patient requests death, the doctor has no right to deny their will. People who agree with assisted suicide also claim that life does not depend on quantity, but quality. Even though this way of thinking seems rational, there are serious drawbacks that come with
This has been reflected in the new Public Health Act in BC, which allows authorities the power to establish directives and regulations for individuals when delivering a public health function (under Section 63). The act attempts to balance the autonomy of individuals and the right action for the public good.  In this case, the fine line between the workers’ individual right and freedom and protection of public health has yet to be explored and defined. It appears that the policy was on the reasonable ground that flu shot mandatory protect HCW and patients’ safety from getting flu. I believe that the key issue is to attain evidence-based study to ensure the vaccine safety and effectiveness for both HCW and patients.
S does raise the possibility of higher risks for not doing the surgery, but not having any other health issues contributes to her decision to not take the risk of having the surgery. The physician is ethical in the decision to decrease Mrs. S anxiety. The physician made the correct call which is backed by the principle that the patient is assumed competent unless there is strong evidence to the contrary. Medical professionals may not agree with the patient’s decision but it must be respected to avoid issues. Beauchamp TL, Childress JF.
I am also relieved that this algorithm seems to be easier to follow. One area that I might be concerned about is prescribing the patient an ACE and an ARB. I am not concerned about prescribing two medications because I seriously considered this myself; but might be a little concerned about starting an ACE if the patient has had a medication
The first article was a summary of the HIPAA Privacy Rule. In the article, there was an introduction on what HIPAA meant and its importance. First off, HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 and it is a disclosure of patient information so that it is protected from unknown individuals and to assure that health providers abide by the privacy rule. Some key facts about HIPAA were, who was covered, what information is protected, and administrative requirements. Noncompliance and criminal penalties were some of the critical issues found in the article.
Have you heard about the Ebola virus? The authors of both of the essay explain what Ebola is and how you could catch it. In the first essay ,”Virus Tamer”,the author Sara Goudarzi, wrote about a virologist that helps with ebola. Victoria Jensen, who works at National Biodefense Analysis every day she keeps on learning new things about the virus. This article mostly is about how people catch the ebola virus.