Confidentiality in general means that information will not be discussed outside of the social care setting. Bii) Describe the possible tensions that may rise between telling others of Hannah’s decisiom and keeping this information totally confidential. The information Hannah disclosed to me would be passed by my manager on to those dealing directly with Hannah's care for example her GP, who can work with Hannah to help her understand the benefits of taking her medication. If the information was shared with Hannah's daughter this could cause upset and potential breakdown of the relationship with her mother as Hannah said her daughter 'will be very angry' . Also if you were to share the information with Hannah's mother without her consent then she would lose all trust in you.
He then asked Jim to set up a session with just Serena and himself so he could tell Jim his side of the story. Jim called him and Serena’s mom separately, and said that the next meeting would have to be with both adults and no child because the reason for treatment was so far removed from the nonsense that was going on. Jim felt he was being ineffective because of the difficult place they put him in. It is not an ethical violation to tape a session, but in this case it was an ethical concern because of what it was being used for. Serena’s father wanted to use it in court against her mother for personal gain.
The aggressive communication can be carried out by verbal attack on others or nonverbal behaviors like slamming the door or charts, but Robin only use the verbal attack. Robin threw the verbal storm toward the nurse aide by expressing her true thinking in an aggressive and unprofessional way, and she did not show any respect to other people's feeling. Rashad used the passive-aggressive style by avoiding the direct conflict with the staff nurse. He might not want to lose his new job, so he kept quiet with the anger building up deep down inside. He had plans of future revenges toward Robin.
This shows that Crabbe has respect for Mary’s Privacy, but he did wonder what was in that bag. “There’s very private … stuff… in that pack. You must promise me you’ll never look into it” (Pg. 76)This quote shows Mary upset about the pack and making Crabbe promise to never look in the pack means that is really important to her , It would hurt her a lot if he look into that pack
Without this knowledge, Jane Doe gave what she believed was her informed consent for the surgery, which consequently violated her right to self-determination and did her extreme harm rather than good. She never had the chance to explore other options, because she was misinformed about her donor from the start. In addition to hiding risks from the patient, physicians gave her little alternative to her procedure. She knew she did not want a high risk donor, in fact she had “previously rejected another donor “because of his lifestyle”’(Vaughn 152). Clearly Jane Doe was exercising her autonomous right to decline this kidney, as she thought accepting that kidney may cause her more harm than good.
She is all over the place going from a man in prison to a girl not getting an allowance. Hooks is right on one part that kids should not be physically abused, that there are other ways to discipline your child. Even though she doesn’t really give a solution to the problem at least she gets the reader thinking of ways to argue to her article. Discipline your child; don’t abuse them there is a difference in the two. "KidsHealth."
Susan Smith thought she was being raised by two loving parents, but it turned out to be with a mother that was blind to the fact that her daughter was being abused by a man that played the part of daddy. Susan was forced to become the woman that everyone expected her to become but her avoidance of receiving help for her issues may have caused her to break. There is no known cure for Dependent Personality Disorder, but it is recommended that a person that is diagnosed seeks the assistance of a psychiatrist immediately. Had Susan Smith pursued help from the outside prior to her making the decision of murder, she would have been able to receive the proper guidance that she should have received as a young
The New Right believes that lone-parent families are both unnatural and harmful, especially to the children. They argue that lone mothers cannot discipline their children in the correct manner and that they are a burden on the welfare state. The New rights also believe that mothers should not go out to work as they should take on the expressive
In the short term, I would speak privately with Belinda and tell her that it is not appropriate to talk about the personal issues of parents and their children especially where children could overhear. In the long term, I would report and discuss the incident with the director/supervisor. Task 2 1. This request does not fit in with the job description of an untrained child carer. 2.
Direct discrimination is when you treat a person differently than you would treat any other person due to one of the protected characteristics (listed above). An example of this is: not employing someone because they are female and may need to go on maternity leave in the future. Indirect discrimination is when you have a standard policy or practice which puts people with a protected characteristic (listed above) at a disadvantage. An example of this is: making all the children run around the hall when there is a child who is disabled and cannot do this but not making any adaptations to the activity for this child. The Equality Act affects my workplace as we must follow it as it is the law.