According to American nurses association disclosing patient's details without their permission is considering breach of confidentiality (ANA, 2012). Disclosing patient's information is against medical ethics. Hippocratic Oath and Nightingale Pledge mentioned the importance of patient's confidentiality and the healthcare staff's commitment towards keeping patient's confidentiality (American Medical Association, 2014). All healthcare should ready to follow code of ethics for maintain the standard of patient care. Breaching of confidentiality may lead to weakening the relationship between healthcare staff and patients.
Identify next steps in own career pathway 201.5 Understand how issues of public concern may affect the image and delivery of services in the sector Assessment Criteria 1. Identify occasions where the public have raised concerns regarding issues within the sector 2. Outline different viewpoints around an issue of public concern relevant to the sector 3. Describe how issues of public concern have altered public views of the sector 4. Describe recent changes in service delivery which have affected own area of
- The relationship they shared with the client, eg: intimidating, controlling, difficulties in obtaining information. - Discuss if there are any unusual risks and special circumstances they should be aware of. - What they believe are the most concerning areas when conducting the audit. After such a discussion, under section 210.10 of APES 110 Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants the proposed auditor should determine whether there are reasons for not accepting the engagement. In order to communicate with the existing auditor, the proposed auditor needs to obtain the prospective client’s permission.
• Depending on the threat if it’s an internal threat from a staff member I would inform Human Resources, just in case we need to follow up with any disciplinary actions. • Any external threat be it personal or to the company, would get the police involved. • Conduct a full investigation so a full report can be put together, making sure that all the facts are correct and any evidence that needs to be gathered be completed with continuity. If the police are involved making sure that all information and reports are passed on so they can continue with their own investigation. • Make sure all internal documentation is completed on a Human Resources level.
For example QUOT E CQC STANDARDS My expectations of my job role is to be competent in dealing with situations that arise: for example if a Carer was in a situation that they felt uncomfortable in, I would try to overcome that for them by talking and working out a solution for everyone, with either shadowing until they were confident or if unsuccessful moving that Carer onto another Service User. I would reflect on this and try to evaluate the good and bad points from the situation and try to learn from them. Either by research through mediums like the internet, reading or asking my Registered Manager of solutions that she may come up with. This then promotes good practice by continually evaluating situations and improving the quality of service provided by the Agency. In my work place setting which is mainly office based, I access sources of support for my own personal development
Describe dilemmas that may arise between the duty of care and an individual’s rights Me as a care assistant I have to do everything to keep my residents safe, I have duty of care to that people. Sometimes my residents they want to do something which can be dangerous for them. On the other hand, I have to respect their choices and rights. I have to explain nicely what the risk is and find the way to compromise. All of my action taken should be documented including any risk assessment carried out.
As a carer I would discuss the options and choices available to the individual to allow them an informed choice regards their care. It is important within a social work environment that information is recorded, as it may be called upon for legal reasons. All communications are confidential, and on a “need to know”, basis. ques 2.explain how effective communication can effect relationship in care setting a)colleagues and other proffesionals Communication between colleagues is essential, so that it ensures a continuity of care for the client, and all staff are aware of the current needs of the client. Communication affects relationships in many ways in the work setting.
Consent from any Service users must be sought before sharing information, or their representatives depending upon their situation or capacity at any given time. General complaints or criticisms are usually made verbally and dealt with straight away as a verbal communication to front line staff. This should still be recorded on the complaint record and entered onto the Corporate Governance system. If a problem can be resolved immediately, this should happen. When a complaint is more complex, it should be recorded and signed by both the complainant and the complainer and handed to a senior member of staff who should attempt to resolve the complaint the next working dat.
I have a duty of care to myself, my colleagues and the person I am caring for or anyone else affected by my actions. I would do this by attending regular team meetings, keep my training up to date, wearing protective clothing at all times whilst giving the clients care and disposing of it correctly, reading the care plan to ensure the correct care is given, recording everything whilst in the clients property and reporting anything that concerns me to the senior carer or manager. Understand support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care As a domiciliary care worker I may experience many dilemmas. I would aim to help people live independently in their own homes and encourage them to make decisions for themselves. If I feel the decision the individual makes would cause harm to themselves, myself or any other being I am them faced with a dilemma.
Principal Contractor Cooperate with the CDM Coordinator/ Planning supervisor at all stages of the project. Also to develop the health and safety plan. Make sure adequate guidance and information is given to anyone entering the site in conjunction with the health and safety plan . Supply relevant P.P.E to employees and give induction to