The right for free treatment with the NHS The right to see their medical records and to have their records kept confidential the right not to be forced into doing anything they dont want to do The right to choose Direct discrimination occurs when a person is treated less favourably than someone else. This could be on the grounds of their disability than the employer treats or would treat someone without that disability whose relevant circumstances (including their abilities) are the same or not materially different
It’s the patient’s responsibility to go to a doctor who has credibility and knows what they are doing. Patients should trust their physician and tell them everything and shouldn’t question what their physician is giving them. A patient should never contact their doctor during eating hours and sleeping hours. If for whatever reason, a patient doesn’t want to see their doctor anymore, the doctor should be given a reason why that is. And finally, one a patient has been treated they should acknowledge what has been done for them and always appreciate what their doctor has done.
African-Caribbean children have oil rubbed into their hair wear braids and need less frequent hair washing, Caucasian childrens hair needs different care from African Caribbean such as washing more frequently and brushing. Head lice is common in any setting or school we try to keep it at bay by sending letters home and treat it using lotions or conditioners with a comb. Teeth are important as having healthy milk teeth encourages the healthy adult teeth. To build strong Milk teeth children need calcium, fluoride, vitamins a, c and d. We recommend to brush teeth after every meal but encourage the children to brush int he mornings
Establishing an open communication will help to improve nurse-patient relationship. Be sure not to use any medical terminologies that the patient and family may not understand. The main focus of the patient’s education should include the importance of taking prescribed medications on time and the diet restrictions. Mr. P. should be instructed to take his medications on time even if he feels better. Using a weekly pill box will help to avoid confusion.
imagine if you are facing the endless suffering and excruciating pain but can do nothing to end it. You are desperate need of terminating your agony but you will not ask your beloved ones to help you, because it would likely to put them into serious troubles that will destroy their lives. It is stunning that when people are facing death, in their darkest and most desperate moment of life, nobody could offer a little help because of the law bans the help. Doctor assisted suicide should be legal because it protects people who do not want to suffer lingering, painful deaths. Some terminally ill patients are allowed to end their lives by refusing medical treatments; in all fairness, those who don't have that option should be allowed to choose death.
The dentist could have been more considerate and explain to the student that the whitening process can only be done certain times and cannot be done when it is important for her. Explanation of the water pick can help the patient understand that it will help her and she can improve her hygiene one her own instead of keep returning. Scenario 3—Physical Therapy o What patient compliance issues are evident in this scenario? The patient should listen to the doctor to help lower the triglycerides in his blood stream and this process will help lower his cholesterol. The patient listening to the doctor’s Advice about the special diet and to avoid red meat is very advisable for this process.
Codes of practice. Confidentiality applies to my work role because don’t give out any information Outside of work even to my co-workers Dignity and privacy applies to my role as a health worker because everyone has a right not to feel like they don’t have any dignity left and those they don’t have time to them self’s. 3. )I would challenge discrimination in a way that promotes change by telling the person that I believe is discriminating by saying I think you didn’t deal with that situation right and that I would do it like this and explain to the person what they just did is discriminating. They might not realise what they did was wrong so by challenging the problem and explaining the person might have better understanding and it might promote change in the
It is important to meet and maintain the physical care needs of children Context Nappy changing Toilet training Washing and bath time Skin, teeth & hair Mealtimes Non-routine physical care Working in partnership Hygienic practice Effects of poor hygiene Hand washing Food hygiene Spillages safety Safe disposal of waste Correct personal protective equipment 1.1/1.2 Nappy changing: You should change your baby's nappies regularly. Your baby's wee, combined with the bacteria in her poo, may make her skin sore and lead to nappy rash. Wash your hands and dry them thoroughly,
Functionalist perspective on health emphasizes that good health and effective medical care are essential for a society’s ability to function. If someone is ill for example the four young children living in the house, Tamsela her father and her mother all have the right to be on the sick role until they get better. Talcott Parsons came up with the sick role in 1979. Functionalists believe that they have rights and responsibilities when ill, their rights would be to drop out of day to day activities that they are used to and the right to be looked after and cared for. However their responsibilities would be to get better and get back to doing day to day activities.
However, there are a number of natural remedies that are recommended to help with morning sickness. Vitamin B6 may be an option for supplementation in pregnant women as well as ginger. Ginger decreases nausea and comes in a variety of options such as ginger biscuits, ginger gum, ginger ale, and ginger capsules. Some women admit to relief and some women deny that ginger gives them any relief from morning sickness. Peppermint tea may be useful in decreasing nausea as well as roasted dandelion root tea (Winder, 2015).