Drug addicts and alcoholics should not involuntarily be committed to a hospital for assessment and treatment. All individuals have the right to self-determination and their personal autonomy to live their life the way they choose should always be respected. Individuals of age should have the liberty to decide what is best for them without government paternalistic interference. If interference is required because an individual’s actions harm others, legal actions should be taken to punish them lawfully by still respecting their rights. The idea of legal paternalism in ethical reasoning is somewhat of a kind gesture from the Government to try to help individuals from themselves in the assumption that those individuals do not know what is best for them.
If conduct that is counter-productive to the aim of helping families resolve conflict is brought to our attention, regardless of whether it had to do with compliance with standards or statutes, we have the discretion to remove the appointed individual and never to appoint them again. There is no need for external standards to have a process of accountability for these appointed individuals. The argument that the statute would provide greater protection for the parties by requiring licensure is not persuasive, since the other side of the coin is that the proposed amendments presumes the parenting coordinator is acting in good faith. Licensure is not what makes an effective parenting
The most that our society can do it say don’t bully other people, which I have personally experienced does not mean that people will not bully others. As a society though, it may give us a sort of closure so that we do not question ourselves about what caused it. It could be from bullying to a drug problem for all we know. 2. What lessons can be learned from Va Tech?
Assignment #1Davis v. County Commissioners of Dona-Ana Davis v. County Commissioners of Dona-Ana Shunovia Crenshaw Instructor: Dr. Jean Gordon Business Employment Law HRM510 Date 4/22/2012 Abstract Davis v. The Board of County Commissioners of Dona-Ana was sued by a female complaining that they were liable for the abuse she received by Mr. Herrera. Mr. Herrera was hired by Mesilla Valley Hospital under the assumption that he was an outstanding person and they had received an exemplary report from his previous employer. Because of the reference they received they hired him. He resigned from the other job because he was accused of sexually abusing a female inmate while under his care. The plaintiff is suing because she feels that the detention center is liable for the actions of Mr. Herrera.
The members are not aware of any gay or lesbian people living in that area, so they believe it is not necessary to provide such programs. After being denied, L’Toya still believes that she can fight the ruling. So, she began to devise a plan that would get more people involved. L’Toya believed by educating the two members may give her another chance to defend her case. She also believed by getting advocates of a gay rights organization may help her get the right attention she needs to move forward.
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
This will show that the company cares about its workers and their loved ones. The families would need emotional and mental support, and need someone to talk to, the company should make sure that there was a grief counselor on site to help the families manage through the hard time. It would be best to keep the media and other people out of the loop and give the families the respect and choice if they want to talk to anyone instead of deciding for them or letting the media in the families’ business. Normally when delivering this kind of message many others such as media outlets will want to know and this can cause family members to be upset or angered about the invasion of privacy. The company would want to keep the situation calm and organized not some crazed media
These may be misunderstandings to do with ineffective communication or it may have to do with differences in cross-cultural communication. If you sense a conflict brewing, do not allow it to fester, resolve it early. Be direct and courteous. Develop a plan of action to address the problem with your co-worker and then work together toward resolving it. Healthcare settings need to develop a clear written workplace policy stating that harassment and discrimination are not tolerated and establish a process for hearing complaints while maintaining confidentially by appointing an appropriate ‘Contact Officer’ to deal with complaints.
Being sexually harassed can make a lot of people feel powerless, but there laws in place protecting our right to a safe, non-hostile workplace. In the case of the hostile workplace, one might not be directly harassed, but if the language and attitudes of one's coworkers makes one feel marginalized, threatened, or objectified, it is important that one say something, if not directly to the offending party, then to a supervisor. In more direct cases, it is important that one report to their immediate supervisor about the incident. Many companies have specific procedures for such incidents, and those procedures are best followed to the letter. Document all complaints.
Dealing with the fear of change and anxiety is important to help open employees to change. Personnel are given information that helps them to become aware of why changes necessary. The 2nd phase is ‘change’, which deviates from the norm within an organization. This type of change can include many items such as implementing new technology, changing leadership, changing products, and how patients are serviced, or policies and procedures. The staff will be given information Re: training sessions and the plan to ensure staff are aware and prepared for the changes to come.