Negligence In Mental Health Nursing

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Scholarly Paper Negligence
Ibrar Hussain
BScN 02123020 Mental health Nursing (NUR-321)
Ms. Kauser Perveen
Dec 30, 2016

1. Define Negligence .
2. Discuss Significance of the Negligence .
3. Clinical scenario in the Negligence ..
4. Discuss the issue with the help of literature review.
5. Establish the relationship of mental health and illness.
6. Strategies to promote mental health of the client.
7. Conclude and summarization. Negligence are falls below the standards of law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm. A person has acted negligently if he or she has departed from the conduct expected of a reasonably prudentperson acting under similar circumstances (WHO, 2014). The
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Some of the types of hospital negligence include inadequate staffing, inadequate supervision, inadequate management or the failure to perform properly understands diagnostic tests and proper care. However it occurs, there is no excuse for placing patients in danger by providing inadequate or negligent care. Licensed and regulated by Federal and State law, hospitals must adhere to certain policies and procedures in order to ensure the health and well-being of their patients. When patients are injured due to negligence, hospitals are liable for the injuries they…show more content…
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2). Provide newly employees with an orientation to your practice. Welcome them to the team by providing introductions to each staff member and each doctor. Explain them with your practice’s work statement and your Policies and Procedures manual. Give them an overview of your department, including common terms, processes, and any ancillary services you provide.
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