Providing scouts with an additional year, should assist in investing in the right players. Ultimately, they can use college to filter out the players that are not likely to succeed without the financial penalty. Universities may benefit the most from this rule change. Requiring players to remain at the university level until the age 20, should translate into billions of dollars for colleges. In 2010, Turner Sports network and CBS network paid the NCAA $10.8 billion in order to televise the annual March Madness basketball tournament.
In the scenario, Emergency department staff members were likely shaken by this poor outcome of Mr. B., and would be motivated to change to a safer model just to avoid a repeat in the future. Staff members may be reluctant to change because of established habits in patient flow. This reluctance to change would be an identifiable restraining force, which opposes process improvement. Implementing a model which allows for rapid, safe adjustment to increasing acuity would help avoid poor outcomes in the future. Follow-up is
If the sales outlook for the coming three years was only 20,000,000 and B.E. continued producing at the rate of 30,000,000 units, a total of 10,000,000 units would be dumped into ending inventory at the end of each year once again reducing costs of goods sold and falsely increasing income. By the end of year 2013, B.E. Company would have 35,000,000 units sitting in ending inventory taking up space and costing money to store. Once again if the president’s bonus is based off of net income, this situation is the most favorable for a high paying bonus and encourages stockpiling inventory to inflate net income.
A risk assessment may initially have been carried out to enable an individual to undertake activities which will develop their skills and confidence, as these grow the risk assessment will need to be reviewed. Failure to do this will undo all the progress that has been made as well as infringing the individuals rights. 4. Explain how useful care or support plans are in supporting person centred values in practice. A care plan is the main important tool in supporting person centred values, this can be achieved by involving the individual at every step to ensure it reflects their individuality.
2.1 A service user may want to change a part of their daily routine or refuse to do some thing or want to do something we see unsafe for that individual but they also have a human right and a choice to do what they want so I would want to fill out a risk assessment and weigh out the pros and cons and risks that could possibly happen, if a certain task was too dangerous for the service user then I would have to explain this and suggest a possible alternative. 2.2 I could go to other members of staff, trained nurse and also my manager to get advice and support on my decision and come up with other alternative ideas and balance out the risks to come up with a solution for the best interest of the individual. 3.1 I would listen carefully to whomever is making a complaint and write the key points of their concerns, listening to details and making them feel their concerns are important and to ensure them that everything will be done possible to correct anything. Id pass this information on to the trained nurse and my manager for them to speak to whomever has got the
If you didn’t follow it, you could harm yourself and the service user. When moving a service user communication is very important, not only with your service user, but also your colleagues, they must be made aware what’s going on so they understand the actions you’re taking so they can cooperate accordingly. The consequences of not following an individual’s care plan could bring about some very damaging scenarios. Moving an individual incorrectly could seriously damage your back, this will probably be the most common injury you could do to yourself in a moving and handling situation. You could potentially harm your service user
By not acknowledging and finding about what the individual prefers they may not feel respected or feel they have a say in things, this could lower their self-esteem. Biii) It is important to review care plans with an individual because circumstances change and it is important to check that the care package is doing the job it was intended to do since it was originally set up, or from the last review, if not it could continue for a long period of time regardless of whether it is meeting the needs of the individual. It will also give those involved a chance to ask the individual if they feel it is
I have to act in the person’s best interest but instead of encouraging them to avoid risks I have to support them and enable them to taking part in activities. I have to act in the individuals best interest, keep them safe, carry out risk assessments, promote informed choices but also respect their decision and right to live their life as they choose. If the risk seems great to me I would document it and discuss the matter with my manager. Another area where duty of care dilemmas may arise are confidentiality issues. When a confidential information is shared with me and it concerns safeguarding and there is a possibility of harm or someone’s wellbeing is threathened I might have to make a decision and disclose this information.
Another dilemma would be knowing when to break confidentiality and share information. If you have any concerns about an individual or feel they are at risk you need to share them and report it, it is always better to be safe than sorry. Other dilemmas in our setting could be:- • Staff falling out, • Break confidentiality, • Swearing and behaviour, • Absent staff members, • Lack of team work. 2.2 Describe how to manage risks associated with conflicts or dilemmas between an individual’s rights and the duty of care. There are many ways to manage risks associated with conflicts and dilemmas:- • Allowing individuals to explore with guidance, • Making individuals aware of potential hazards and dangers, • Allowing individuals to acquire life skills through learning how to cope with risky situations, • Staff ignorance, • Parents are a risk to staff if reported to social services.
Making poor decisions by not thinking critically can affect not only for the individual, but individuals around. When critical thinking is not a part of day-to-day operations of an organization, it will surely head for disaster. Critical thinking is important in exploring possibilities. This is especially important in an organization in prevention of possible downfalls of the organization. As a critical thinker explores possibilities, he or she may take action on something that may have posed a devastating outcome had they not thought ahead critically.