We must confess our mistakes because we can avoid making similar mistakes in the future and allow ourselves a chance to grow. However, sometimes nurses take advantage of their authority and autonomy. This leads them to commit professional negligence. According to Marquis and Huston (2017), “negligence is the omission to do something that a reasonable person, guided by consideration that ordinarily regulates human
Abstract Our life is full with mistake these mistakes might be unnoticeable and not critical, but rather others might be dead and bigly affect our lives. To be a doctor or a nurse is a big responsibility. You should know about all that you are doing and treating with. Especially the patient between your hands since his/her life is your responsibility. All that you make must be the right path, taking in your thought honesty and trust.
Covert use of medication can be seen as dishonest as the NMC code (2015) states respect the level to which people receiving care want to be involved in decisions about their own health, wellbeing and care; the code of practice also states act with honesty and integrity at all times, treating people fairly. In contrast however, Beauchamp and Childress (2009) highlights non disclosure, limited discolour, deception or lying may be considered when veracity and the principle of autonomy is thought to conflict with other ethical obligation. Jean was given the opportunity to understand and evaluate what was being asked and was provided with all relevant information to support their decision making process.
(2) Because the systems associated with reporting MAE's are viewed as inflicting, so many clinicians don't report errors, which do little to eliminate these errors from occurring again. It is important to implement systems that are used as non-inflicting educational tools as they are better received in the practicing
Besides that, member may bring up issues that might relate to what others have to say that sometimes it does not bring courage to them to say it out. Firstly, the limitation of group therapy is free association and transference. In free association, group members are allow to say what comes to their mind without censorship but in other words, although they are encourage to speak their mind, still some patient might not be able to take the pain of expressing those painful thoughts during free association. Another limitation is that transference can cause problem in a way that if member refused to disclose information and insist to stay mum, that might cause them to have trust issue towards the therapist or the group members (American Psychoanalytic Association,
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Smart is of the opinion that “People who do not accept the minimisation of net pain to be hardened and immoral”. It can be said that Randle inflicts a degree of pain or more aptly distress on his fellow patients by forcing them to step over the excessive sense of precaution instilled in the group by Nurse Ratched, for the greater good. J.C.C Smart’s opinion seems to have a more compassionate tone to it, in stark contrast to Immanuel Kant’s standpoint on Deontology, which would align more heavily with that of Nurse Ratchet’s character. Kant would argue that duty should take precedence over personal desires and that the morality of an action should be based on the action’s adherence to a rule or set of
Through being counselled and having variety of methods being thrown at me led me to approach my counsel in a careful, no judgemental manner as feeling like being on the other side was not helping me and making me rather uncomfortable being there. I came to decide to use the Humanistic, person centred approach of Carl Rodgers as it is a non judgemental, honest and empathic approach which makes the person being counselled feel comfortable and open to explore their feeling without going along with someone because they are seen as the "professional". After being counselled with these methods it made me not want to go back and work with that person as I felt they held a lot of power of me during a moment that was meant to be mine. The power between me and the counsellor being shifted to their side I think was because I was quieter and patty was much louder and vocal was intimidating so I went trough with following what she said and just
As the proxy, it is the most ethical decision to keep any information not directly relevant to the situation at hand completely private. According to consequentialism, you must act to maximize the happiness and minimize pain involved with a behavior - you may make family members happy by answering their long wondered about questions regarding the patient, but the harm you do to the patient themselves far outweighs the happiness created.
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Hello class, When taking patients reproductive history as a medical assistant I will stay very professional and respectful. Some patients might not feel comfortable releasing private information to you therefore you should assure them that whatever information they disclose to you will be use only for health reason. Make the patient feel comfortable. Some of the questions that you will ask them can make the patient feel embarrassed or uncomfortable because the patient doesn 't want for her private life to be known. Depending on the patient I will try to help them understand that what am asking is not to be nosy but to help the doctor better serve them.
Even if the patient comes in on the wrong day and is very angry, you should still remain calm and helpful. If you are really nice to the patient, even when they are in a really bad mood, it could be very hard for them to be mean back to you. By responding in a kind and helpful manner it demonstrates your professionalism and the professionalism of the office. (Beamen, 2015) I agree with what you