Based on company policy, neither management nor regional management has the authorization to amend these policies. Therefore, I have decided that if Mary is not willing to help, we will not swap Tom and Mary. We will stand firm and only Tom will be available to help the customer. However, Imelda is more than welcome to return on a day when Mary is on the floor. There are legal and ethical issues that arise in this situation.
Each situation and each person must be assessed on their own merits (Thiroux, 2004, p. 42). Since we cannot look at each client individually to determine whether or not Dr. Smith’s confidentiality policy is morally justifiable (it may be for one client, but not for another), we cannot properly answer this question using act-based utilitarianism. Rule-based utilitarianism, on the other hand, changes the basic utilitarianism’s principle from “everyone should always act to bring about the greatest good (i.e., “happiness”) for all
4.1 Explain the meaning of the term confidentiality? Confidentiality means not giving any information to anyone unless there is a reason to do so. It is the most important requirement for anyone who works in a care setting to be trustworthy especially when dealing with vulnerable adults. There is also a legal responsibility under Data Protection Legislation for any disclosure of information and a duty of care. 4.2 Explain ways to maintain confidentiality in day-to-day communication?
Part 1 ( Problem Question) 1. Challenging the decision Introduction The NHS has the policy that such alternative treatment, as requested by Walter, will not be funded for a patient with cerebral palsy, according to the doctor and there are very limited way to challenge this decision as the doctor can refuse providing a treatment and the courts will not force. a) Statutory duty Action can be taken against the NHS on the grounds that they have breached their duty to provide ‘a comprehensive health service’ under the 2006 Act. This however, may fail as the NHS has the authority to decide on treatments and a policy so as it reasonably thinks that it is necessary taking into account the available resources. The NHS can say that they find it not necessary, taking into consideration of the available resources, as it will not give much benefit to a patient with cerebral palsy.
There would be no divide when discussed this matter with intelligent informed people. The issue is deciding which parent should reinforce the rules, mom or dad. This issue may cause a divide between intelligent and informed people and no action needs to be taken, just a decision about which would be more appropriate. Expressing Problems and Issues There is a difference between the way you express a problem and the way you express an issue. When expressing the problem I would consider various questions that would provoke action to be taken.
The existing facial profiling systems are far from being [Doctoral rule (but good advice for any academic writer)--If not a noun (as in "human being"), the word "Being" is hard to imagine; it means "existing." Try to rewrite this without using "being"--with action words like "attending," "working," "living," "experiencing," simply "as"--or even removing "being" completely] perfect and cause numerous errors. Law enforcement agencies develop effective surveillance procedures, but these procedures imply that any type of personal communication can be subject to legal monitoring. As a result, there is a “possibility of sharing of sensitive private information between several agencies with no safeguards for their future use” (Schwabe, 2003) [Needs page number] . Although surveillance procedures can prevent possible terrorist threats, they can also break citizens’
They should not be any hidden personal feelings towards the client. A dual relationship should be established whereby there is no connection. This gives a non biased approach to the therapy. There should be complete trust and honesty as this forms the backbone to this therapy and then only can one lead to complete co-operation that results in a successful outcome. Any hidden motives will act as a major impediment to a future course of treatment and the therapist has to gauge the intentions of the client to make sure no lines are
In any case of unacceptable behaviour, staff will only reject the behaviour, not the child; we never label a child as ‘naughty’ and we do not use physical punishment. In the case of serious behaviour the child will be made clear immediately, with subsequent parental involvement. Parents will be informed if their child is persistently unkind to others or if their child has been upset. Parents may be asked to meet with staff to discuss their child’s behaviour, so that any difficulties can be worked through together to ensure consistency between home and pre-school. In some cases, we may request additional advice and support from other
This means that it considers the act itself and, because it’s absolute, disregards the consequences of the action. It focuses on the intrinsic value of the act and whether it is internally good or not. Applying this to abortion it means that the act of abortion itself would be considered, not the consequences. Therefore abortion would always be wrong, as it doesn’t take into account the outcomes: such as a better life for the mother. Natural law may also disagree with the use of IVF, as it wouldn’t consider the possible outcome of new life created or health benefits from research with spare embryos.
However, similar to life, the government has flaws and may be beaten. Currently, the American legal system allows the defendant to plea not guilty for reasons of insanity, and be released from any charges. Therefore, I do not support the claims of individuals that blame their behaviors on their genetics and for this reason should not have responsibility for their actions and outcomes. Every human being should be held equally