Another difference between them is that the professional nursing organizations are run by its members (fellow nurses). Nursing Code Examples As a neonatal nurse and a member of the National Association of Neonatal Nurses, I not only follow the code ethics produced by the American Nurses Association, but the code of ethics by NANN as well. One example from the NANN website includes: “Neonatal nurses will respect family autonomy and strive to insure families have accurate, complete and understandable information in order to make informed decisions” (NANN, 2014). This is very important in the way that I practice because it is essential for the families of our tiny patients to understand what is going on with their child’s plan of care and current status. This allows them to feel involved in their child’s care, which in many ways is out of their control.
Recruitment and selection within health and social care Recruiting a new employee to our home is a very complex process. From conducting the interviews and collecting the references of candidates to the final selection, the process is covered by many laws. These laws are implemented to ensure that: The recruitment process will be equal and fair and applicants are not discriminated against on the grounds of age, sex or ethnicity, and applicants who reply have the right to work in the UK Firstly we place an ad with the local jobcentre plus, we then make sure that we do not discriminate against anyone in the process on the grounds of age, sex or race. This can be positively or negatively, for example - "We want a keen young trainee"
First, employers need to ensure that all jobs are classified properly as either exempt or non-exempt. Once this is accomplished, the employer needs to have their HR department periodically review the job descriptions by performing a job analysis. This will help to determine if the job classification changed. Keeping up with job classifications will reduce the potential FLSA claims. Second, employers need to ensure non-exempt employees keep timesheets of all work performed.
Assignment 307 Understand how to handle information in social care settings Task A Short answer questions Ai Identify four key pieces of Legislation and Codes of Practice relating to handling information in social care settings. • Data Protection Act 1998 • Health and Social Care Act 2000 • Employees Policies and Procedures • Freedom of Information Act 2000 Aii Explain how legal requirements and codes of practice affect the day to day work of a social care worker in relation to handling information. Confidentiality, by not passing on information to anyone who isn’t involved in the individuals care, you must make sure you have the individuals consent. Protecting personal daily records, making sure that you keep them in a secure place as required by law. Aiii Explain two ways of helping other practitioners to understand the importance of handling information securely.
The court determined that the school could not depend on the financial aspect to define related service or to exclude medical service. The court also ruled that the school district was financially responsible under the IDEA to provide continuous one on one nursing services for the student. In Roncker, the parent challenged the school’s placement of her retarded child. The court found that the school’s placement decision was an abuse of discretion, and remanded the case for review. The court emphasized that the proper standard of review is to allow the parent the opportunity to argue that there was evidence to justify class certification, and other issues.
Chapter 3 Case 3-B: When Proper Procedure is not Followed 1. Outline the specific steps Cliff should have taken with Sonja prior to their meeting with Cindy to ensure the meeting went smoothly with no surprises. Cliff should have had explain to Sonja prior to their meeting with Cindy, on to details of what this meeting was fully about. Cliff should have also discussed with Sonja what a distinctive role Cindy has with this meeting as a leasing agent for sale expectations. Cliff should have stated Cindy’s position in this company, that she is the wife of one of the members of the executive committee, Larry, and that her position is very important.
Employers in social care and in the health sector carry out CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) checks, as this is a requirement for those working in the sectors. Certain offences may disqualify potential apprentices from employment in these sectors and thus automatically preclude them from completing the apprenticeship framework. Potential apprentices should therefore discuss any relevant matters with their employer prior to enrolment. It is very important that someone wanting to complete an Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care is totally aware of all the work and study requirements, timescales for achievement and additionally is fully supported during this process by their employer who may be asked
We must monitor the clients behaviour and ensure we check their mobility hasnt deteriorated . If this happens they may need futher assessments so that equipment becomes available. If the manager does not feel we are meeting the clients needs he/she will arrange for the client to be moved to a more suitable home. The manager has to ensure all staff are trained to prevent accidents and also ensure their are suffient staffing levels. 2.2 Know how to address conflicts or dilemmas that may arise between an
Task 1 Meena is a new member of staff at the setting where you work and she needs an introduction to the setting’s health and safety procedures. How would you carry out a health and safety induction and what kind of information would you provide for Meena? It is legally required to supply workers with any health and safety information they need to carry out their job safely. You must give them a copy of the business' health and safety policy and get them to sign it once they have read it. Make sure they know that they need to report any hazards or accidents that have happened but not to put them at risk or others and to use the safety equipment appropriately You must notify them on the first day, of fire safety procedures and
Ethics in the Psychology Field Carltonlynn Turner PSY 3002 Analysis Paper Capella University May 2014 Ethics in the Psychology Field In the profession of psychology there are ethical principles and code of conduct put in place to protect the therapist and the client. It is the therapist responsibility that all ethical dilemma, professionalism, values and judgments are within these guidelines. The dilemma in this paper will come about when a therapist is faced to make a decision regarding a father (custodial parent) of a minor who is being treated by the therapist and the mother (non-custodial parent) wants to be involved. The therapist has to make sure the decision is ethical and in the scope of practice of a psychologist. Following