Assignment 204 – Task B Research and account. I am basing my research and account on two reports. My choices are: Winterborne View Care Home, Bristol and Hillcroft Care Home, Lancashire Winterborne View Care Home, Bristol - Research Hundreds of cases of violent abuse were ignored by authorities. Learning disability sufferers complained that they were being beaten, kicked, slapped, taunted and needlessly restrained by staff at Winterbourne View Care home Residents within the Winterborne View Care home had been taken into A&E over 76 times in 3 years, in which medics were not alerted to contact authorities. A serious case review found that patients and families complaints were wrongly ignored by care firm Castlebeck, health watchdogs, the NHS, the police and South Gloucestershire council.
Leticia Wise-Wright Social Security Number xxx-xx-xxxx A. REPORTING FACTS In Ms. Wise-Wright’s EDD claim she states that she was terminated for not following company policies. On April 30, 2007, Ms. Wise-Wright was terminated based on her lack of improvement regarding her adherence to the company’s time and attendance policies. On February 28, 2007, Ms. Wise-Wright was given an Oral Written Warning for her unsatisfactory and unplanned absences. Ms. Wise-Wright was reminded about company policy on attendance and if it happened again it would lead to further disciplinary action up to and including termination.
The parent of the child should always be present should anything happen and the parent needs to be contacted. The parent must take some of the blame in not calling the hospital once she was told the procedure would be only 45 minutes. She was gone for 2 ½ hours before she returned back to the hospital. The Doctor-Dr. Munoz stated that he has all the pertinent patient information but did not make sure that his office had communicated this information to the hospital admissions staff The Pre-OP Nurse-Ms. Doppke failed to properly document the mother’s cell phone number in the patient’s medical chart. Therefore, during the post-op care, the mother could have been reached and notified the procedure was finished.
Unit 3 Assignment Amanda Beattie PA205 Case: Zelma M. Mitchell v. Lovington Good Samaritan Center. INC., 555 P.2d 696 (N.M. 1976). Majority Reasoning: SOSA. Justice Facts: Mrs. Mitchell (appellee) was terminated from her employment on June 4, 1974 from Lovington Good Samaritan Center, INC. for due to allegedly committing misconduct. On June 12, 1974 Mrs. Mitchell applied for unemployment compensation benefits and she was denied by the deputy of the Unemployment Security Commission on July 24 1974.
The case originally went to trail when an employee by the name of Lilly Ledbetter sued her former employer, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., where she worked as a supervisor from 1979 to 1998. During that time frame, Ledbetter was denied raises during her yearly reviews. In March of 1998, Ledbetter submitted a questionnaire to the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission and then in June of 1998 filed a formal charge with the EEOC. Ledbetter claims that she was denied raises after yearly performance reviews because she was a woman. In November of 1998, Lilly Ledbetter retired from Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. and she filed a suit claiming sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
me year. An attempt give an emergency motion to delay the procedure flopped and the guardian, ordered to oversee the termination of the sources of nutrition and hydration to the patient. This is according to an application by Robert and Mary Schiavo (2005) on behalf of their daughter. How did this case reach the point one may ask, and the explanation is quite intriguing. The patient, Theresa Schiavo married Michael Schiavo in 1984 and they had six years of a normal marriage.
The character Dr. Kim Reggis acted impatient when he wanted to know what was wrong with Becky. For example when he was in the waiting room with his ill daughter him being impatient caused him to be become very upset. When he went to the counter to see if he could get his daughter in to see a doctor sooner and was told that he had to wait just as long as the other people in the waiting room he said “I’m going to complain about that woman. Kim said 65”. Kim thought that since he was a doctor there he could get special treatment.
Tijuana Goldring was one of his co-workers at the Department of State job, and she also held a day job as a temporary receptionist at the Washington Health Center (Doe, 2003). On April 13, 1996, Doe entered the Washington Health Center emergency room suffering from severe headaches, nausea and high fever (Doe, 2003). Doe was discharged on April 16, 1996, but did not return to work until two weeks later do to the illness (Doe, 2003). On April 23, 1996 during a return visit to Washington Health Center for a
eWinterbourne View was a hospital in Bristol that treated people with leaning difficulties and autism. Terry Bryan , a 35 year experienced nurse turned to the BBC Panorama programme after his complaints to the management and The CQC were ignored. An undercover reporter took a job there as a support worker, first he had training to show him how to reduce the chance of them getting violent and posing a risk to themselves. The message was all other options should be explored before resorting to holding someone down. During the reporters first days there he found that some of the staff ,as a first resort restrained the patients.
The risk manager said she would investigate further. Eight months later, the radiologist, the hospital and family physician were sued. The issue of breach of patient confidentiality was investigated. This disclosed that shortly after his discharge, the patient was approached by a colleague who expressed sympathy about his HIV status. The patient knew this colleague worked at the hospital.