Security is important in every aspect of our day to day lives, both personal and professional. Any data that can be used to identify someone is personal and some personal data may be considered sensitive. Nestlé is fiercely committed to safeguarding privacy, while all employees have a responsibility to respect the security of others. I consider it as the main risk for network security. Most of the security attacks occur due to the limited knowledge of users.
INTRODUCTION Lower back pain (LBP) has often been described as a common, costly and debilitating condition, creating a challenge for management of this disorder. People with LBP often report an impaired ability to perform activities of daily living (Lin et al 2011). This impact that pain has on a person’s daily functionality can be conveyed as that person’s level of disability. In 1980, the World Health Organisation (WHO) defined disability as any restriction or lack of ability to perform an activity within the range considered normal for a human being. This definition has been revised in 2007 in the WHO classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF), wherein disability is used as an umbrella term to cover 3 broad aspects of health:
They can result from the various processes involved in treatment: prescribing, dispensing, administering the medication and monitory of treatment. In addition, there are several factors contributing to medication errors in hospitals. They include individual staff errors and system errors. There are many dangers resulting from medication error on the patient. They include deterioration of health status of the individual, increased financial expenses (as there is possibility of longer stay in the hospital) and development of medical complications.
Down syndrome is a condition which extra genetic material slows down the way in which an individual develops, both physically and mentally. As stated by the NHS; each individual with down syndrome is affected differently and can vary, some may need a lot of medical assistance whereas others may lead a normal healthy lifestyle but share similar characteristics. Delayed development: All service users with down syndrome has some degree of learning difficulty and delayed development, however, this varies between each individual. Having down syndrome they may experience some health problems which may effect them in every day life. However yet again each individual is different some may have more health problems than others.
Unsafe work practice that can affect the well-being of individuals include: Rough handling, for example pushing, pulling, dragging. Unsafe administration of medication, for example, failure to check dosage. Ignoring health needs and social needs such as clean clothing and personal hygiene. Visible injuries or marks of abuse on body and complaints not taken seriously can put them at more danger, harm and risk of abuse. I will ensure that I keep to all the procedures for checking for abuse and the wellbeing of the individuals that I work with; by following these and the individual’s care plan I keep within the minimum standards of care and also work in a person centred way to make sure all individuals are happy and safe.
Due to overload, nurses and practitioner experience reoccurring errors, which place patients and healthcare workers’ life, at risk. As a result, the healthcare system and practitioners become aware of the need to review patient care. Some countries have seen the need for a change but focus on external factors rather than caring. However, Watson implies, that the state of been different is to focus on competent, compassionate, knowledgeable, and caring nurses and health practitioners. (Watson.p.471).
Management must also tend to the needs of those nurses suffering from compassion fatigue. Studies confirm that caregivers play host to a high level of compassion fatigue. Day in, day out, workers struggle to function in care giving environments that constantly present heart wrenching, emotional challenges. Affecting positive change in society, a mission so vital to those passionate about caring for others, is perceived as elusive, if not impossible. This painful reality, coupled with first-hand knowledge of society 's flagrant disregard for the safety and wellbeing of the feeble and frail, takes its toll on everyone from full time employees to part time volunteers.
Accidental slippage or falls in the bathroom are a major concern among seniors and are a leading cause of death. 10. Explore how medical alert systems can complement your current in-home care setup. A medical alert can provide a protective coverage during those hours when your caregiver is not around. If some medical emergency arises, you can call for help at a simple press of the button.
Excessive workload demands that the person cannot meet. Long work hours, excessive patient load. Quantitative overload is defined when there are too many things do in the allotted time. Competing priorities Demands that exceed the person’s ability (e.g., task is too complex, too demanding). Or qualitative underload, when the tasks that the nurse is required to complete are too simple, not challenging enough Process of dying, assisting the dead, death, resuscitation, and taking people off of life support Time pressure Readiness, preparedness Human services Certain types of tasks Fulfilling expectations Sense of being under time pressure, sense of not being able to have a break, being on call Subjective feelings of constant readiness, preparedness because something might happen.
Not only do records need to be kept from people outside the workplace, but also from employees that aren’t authorized to see the information. The Small Business Chronicle states that “employees who handle health-related information must also maintain a log that details any release or transfer of information” (Symes, 2016). Obviously the records need to be kept in a safe place. If they are paper files, they should be kept in a filing cabinet which requires a key. If they are saved electronically, there needs to be a password in order to access the files.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is United States legislation that provides data privacy and security provisions for safeguarding medical information. No one is completely perfect but we do have to be really careful with how in the medical field we take care of the medical record or any other information that should not be given. All that information must be kept private unless the patient of the information gives any authorization for it to be release. Even the most important hospitals or well-known physicians have or been involved with a HIPAA violation. In order to make a spreadsheet for over 20,000 patients who were all seen in the emergency room in 2009, Stanford contracted Multi-Specialty Collection Services (MSCS) who would be in charge of creating the spreadsheet for them.
4.1 Theft In the event of physical thefts of company equipment or other network property we have to secure vulnerabilities in company property access and perimeter physical barrier that protects all company assets. To prevent intruders from accessing company grounds without authorization we have many choices in physical controls such as surveillance cable/laptop locks, cameras, security guard, alarm system, access control scanners at entry points, mantraps. As a preventative measure from property break-ins, all lower level (easily accessed from outside) office windows must be protected by installing window bars and/or using fence that secures all company property limits. In addition, a mantrap interlocking door control would greatly increase security. The interlocking door control system only allows a single individual at a time to enter the “trap”, the individual is than required to provide credential such as smart card, biometric verification, PIN and key fob in order to gain access to company grounds.
Health Impact Assessment-Provides advice to communities on how they can stay healthy- by evaluating a potential plan, project or policy before it is “built or implemented”(CDC.2015). For example: Maryland state code requires fire sprinklers to be installed in new and renovated single-family homes. Statistics show an 80% decrease in the chance of death in homes equipped with sprinklers. This regulation would also be considered Health in All Policies(HiAP) due to its cross sectoral nature. This regulation impacts: i.e.
It is very helpful for the travellers or business that they can access any kind of office data from their laptop. Intruder Detection system It is a type of security software which is identifying the malicious activities and later on, it finds the person who is trying to do malicious activity. For example, an insubordinate employee gives all information about a customer to another company without permission which is illegal. Also, he shows his dishonesty to his company. Therefore, the intruder detection system will be able to protect the information.