Matthew McHale 301 Assessment. Task B Case study You are a social care worker and a service user, Hannah, tells you that she is unhappy taking her new medication. She thinks she does not need it and so she is throwing it away. You know from her care plan that Hannah does need to take the medication regularly and gets confused. Hannah begs you to keep this confidential and not tell anyone especially her daughter, who she sees regularly, as her daughter will be very angry.
This tattoo is known as a sleeve tattoo and is one in which the uniform could not cover completely. Mrs. Baker ordered Natalie to immediately remove the tattoo or she would be fired. Mrs. Baker informed Natalie that tattoos are not part of this establishment that she would lose customers which would untimely cause a loss in revenue. In addition that tattoos are not part of the uniform. The issues in this case did Mrs. Baker provide proof of Natalie’s appearance having a negative effect on the business causing sales and profits to go down?
If she was educated about the importance of prenatal testing Nahla might have been normal today. Sadly, many minority women avoid the distress and discomfot of the medical industry and refuse prenatal care entirely. The skepticism results from doctors failing to effectively communicate the reasons behind such testing and failing to provide the patients with information regarding what the prenatal test is looking for and what such results mean. Because there is a lack of clear communication, some mothers are uncomfortable about recieiving such
Patients also made formal complaints, due to contracting C-diff, E-coli, Mrsa and severe pressure sores. This was in July 2004. One of the patients nurses tried to raise an alarm to the head of the department, and was told the lack of staff and equipment was a temporary measure as they were trying to achieve foundation status and once granted the situation would improve, patients felt afraid to speak to their nurses regarding basic human rights such as a drink of water or going to the bathroom and they were even ridiculed about receiving medication. One visitor witnessed patients drinking out of flower vase, how “filthy the wards and toilets were and the chaos the wards were in” when this was reported; again the person was made to feel this was an isolated incident. Little did they know that the person was a senior social worker and in 2008 had been busy making reports to the health service regulators, and the health care commission in 2012, they were shocked at the findings they uncovered an extra 400 deaths between 2005-2008 and made over 290 recommendations.
Kim thought that since he was a doctor there he could get special treatment. Kim’s actions to the woman at the front start to make his ex-wife worry about his temper. With Kim’s reactions of him being impatient doesn’t really help him or Becky when he was in the room with Dr. Morgan. When he went to talk to Dr. Morgan he couldn’t control his temper “what the hell is it Dr. Morgan (Kim spat 56)”. Kim not thinking of his actions gets him into more trouble.
Her doctor breaks the news to her without the least humane consideration of her emotions just like she used to treat her students. Throughout the play we see lack of empathy both in Vivian’s and through the behavior of the hospital staff. We see a clear example of lack of empathetic behavior when she tells one of her students “You can come to this class prepared or you can excuse yourself from this class, this department and this university. Do not think for a moment that I will tolerate
That day when the women came to speak, and class was over, I put myself in her shoes see what she went thru; it is hard to try to talk over like 30 kids in one room. I felted so bad I wanted to apologize to the woman but I was too late. I was paying attention; I wanted to tell her that I am sorry for how my classmates acted with no self-control. That we mad the LPP program have a bad name. I bet now she does not want to come back because of our behavior, and the way we acted like
The article author Alex Kotlowitz say that union president Karen Lewis complain about the lack of air conditioning in schools and the new teacher evaluation system with the new teacher evaluation some teacher s would be laid off; many thought that this was unfair . Many people were confused at what was really the big issue. Even I was confused on why the teacher were striking, I mean sure summer
The principle whose name was Mrs. Bruno came out and apologized for what was happening and told her she would have Ms Cameel bring Ranasha to the office so we could talk our issues out. When Ranasha and Ms. Cameel arrived in the office Ranasha acted as if she was my best friend. So because of that no one believed me. After that we went back to class and everything seemed fine but once lunch time came they bulling was even worse. I promised myself I was not going back to school and I told my mother but she insisted I’d go and I had no choice.
After a couple of trips to the Principal’s office, he was successful! Scared and excited at the same time, I was escorted by Mr. Good to my new class. To my horror, I was greeted with facial distortions, which made it crystal clear, that the new teacher was not happy. “Did I do something wrong?”She hurried me into her class, and with an angry tone, ordered me to sit in a vacant seat, while she continued arguing with Mr. Good. In the distance, straining my ear, I could hear her questioning my academic ability and she claimed that in fact I seemed not to be bright at all.