If no consent is given you cannot proceed with the care. It is illegal to put pressure on the person and go against their wished. When supporting a colleague with regards to consent of an individual it is important to ensure that the colleague understands that the decision of the individual is final. I would advise the social care worker to provide the individual with all the information regarding the decision (positive and negative) and in a way that best suits the individual. I
Interpretation of the ECG reading is the responsibility of the Doctors not the nursing/ care support staff. Doctors who are unsure of how to interpret the ECG reading must seek advice from another Doctor who is competent before administrating any treatment. Doctors/Consultants wishing to change a patient’s medications prescribed by another consultant following an ECG should seek advice from the named consultant first.
This form is shorter than the others, as the fact that the patient is expected to remain alert during the procedure makes some of the information covered in forms 1 and 2 unnecessary. The use of this form is optional. • Form 4 for adults who lack capacity to consent to a particular treatment. As no-one else can give consent on behalf of such a patient, they may only be treated if that treatment is believed to be in their ‘best interests’. This form requires health professionals to document both how they have come to the conclusion that the patient lacks the capacity to make this particular healthcare decision, and why the proposed treatment would be in the patient’s best interests.
Duty of Care is the legal duty to take reasonable care so that others aren’t harmed and involves identifying risks and taking reasonable care in your response to these risks. Organisations should always ensure that they consult legal and legislative requirements when developing and maintaining their duty of care frameworks and consider working alone guidelines. 1.2 Diemmas that may arise Equipment- Clients may refuse to use hoists and stand aids as they have had bad experience in the past with using them which could affect clients hygiene, physical needs and means that staff can’t do their job to a high standard we would take note of what the clients have said and ring the manager to come up with another solution. All equipment must be in date and checked regularly before use. Training- training must be up to date and if it isn’t you should not but yourself or clients at risk of danger.
When counselling, it is very important not to put their own beliefs onto the client. It is imperative, to have an open mind as this will enable the counsellor to truly walk in the client’s shoes. If for example a counsellor has a strong religious believe system and they believe in no sex before marriage and they have a client who wants to discuss whether to have sex with her boyfriend or not. Under no circumstances should the counsellor interfere with the client trying to discover their own belief system. Also as a counsellor it is important to accept others and have the capacity and humility to change and have an awareness of ethical moral
A personalised induction will always be more effective. Why a personalised induction is always more effective. When meeting a client for a personalised induction for the first time it is critical to build up a good rapport, because if you have rapport with your clients, they are more likely to trust you, listen to you and communicate openly with you, and when someone trusts you, you can ask more of them. A relationship of warmth, trust and mutual positive regard is also essential. As a hypnotherapist it is important to try and find the most effective way to communicate with your client so they can get the most benefit from the session in order to achieve effective results and this can be done quite easily by chatting, observation and general
Evidence of abuse is important to be preserved, ways of this may be; to make an accurate written record of any conversations that are relevant between you and the service user, this needs to be signed with the date and time written clearly; try not to clear or tidy anything up; ensure written records such as bills, letters, medication records and bank statements are all kept in a safe place; record any physical signs of abuse on body such as bruising or cuts; if any sexual offence is suspected then try to discourage the victim from drinking, washing, cleaning their teeth or going to the toilet until the police come. It is essential to remember to sign, date and time any written notes. The Health and Social Care Act 2008 place statutory duties on agencies to safeguard and to ensure the welfare of all service users that they are responsible for. Social Services and the Adult Safeguarding Board are local systems that can intervene if a safeguarding issue arises. Social Services-if see fit- can remove the victim from the situation and/or provide other services to make welfare checks.
| “A personalised induction will always be more effective”. Discuss | | | “A personalised induction will always be more effective” .Discuss This essay will focus on the statement “A personalised induction will always be more effective”, looking at theoretical concepts and techniques presented in the classroom, To understand the above statement better this essay will offer an explanation of Personalised Induction, and look at how a screed could be tailored to create this induction .A brief history of the practitioners whose work has been relevant in the development of these inductions will be discussed, and a conclusion will be drawn. What is a Personalised Induction? A personalised induction is a hypnotic
A personalised induction will always be more effective Aileen McCartney Hypnotherapy and Counselling Skills – Year One - Module Two Word Count: 2034 Tutor: This essay will discuss the idea that a personalised hypnotic induction will always be more effective. In order to address this topic there will be an assessment of the different theoretical concepts used during an induction and the positives and negatives associated with these methods. Further to this the different techniques and strategies that can be employed to impart these concepts will be looked at and analysed. By the end of this essay it will have been demonstrated that although a personalised hypnotic induction is often preferable, it will not always be more effective
Fifth, the physician assisted suicide should only be carried out in a meaningful doctor patient relationship. A physician should not be forced to participate in any act they deem unethical. Sixth, consultation with another experienced physician is required to ensure it is a sincere request. The patient and immediate family should attend counseling sessions to emotionally prepare for “treatment”. And lastly, all the steps should be clearly documented using an electronic video source, and through the patient’s paper file.