This paper will address why Jerry is not qualified to refill any prescription medication. If Jerry is protected if a lawsuit is filled. Jerry’s decision is a tough one, legal and ethical issues and advice will be provided for Jerry’s use. Jerry’s medical training does not qualify him to issue a refill order as well as the pharmacy law. A licensed practical nurse is below a registered nurse level and not even an RN can do this.
Jerry still wants to help the patient but as he still knows that he is not licensed to prescribe any medication to any patient. Even if the medication was for controlling high blood pressure or is as small as aspirin Jerry will still not be able to fill or refill and prescriptions. If any of the patients call the office for any prescriptions to be refilled, then Jerry or anyone in that office will need to tell the patient to call in ahead as to get the prescription filled before they run low or run out. In some cases the patient will still need to be evaluated to get a
As a Medical Assistant and Licensed Practical Nurse Jerry is not certified or qualified to call in a prescription to have it filled or refilled. Medication The medication the patient is requesting to have refilled, Valium (Diazepam), is not used as an antidepressant though he makes it very clear this is why he needs the medication. Valium is used for many reasons; anxiety, muscle spasms, and seizures and to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. There are certain stipulations that come along with taking the medication. The medication should not be taking for longer than four months at a time
All practioners need to comply with the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy rule (Fisher, 2013). The privacy rule gives rights to health professionals, as well as to their patients. Under the new law, psychologists can decide whether to release their psychotherapy notes to patients, unless patients would have access to their psychotherapy notes under state law (APA.org, 2010). Though the privacy rule does afford patients the right to access and inspect their health records, psychotherapy notes are treated differently: Patients do not have the right to obtain a copy of these under HIPAA. And when a psychologist denies a patient access to these notes, the denial isn't subject to a review process, as it is with other records.
Their top priority as a doctor is to help others, and one is not helping someone by denying them aid. For example, a person enters a pharmacy and asks for birth control pills. The person approaches the pharmacist in order to obtain those birth control pills, but the pharmacist does not want to give him/her the pills because the pharmacist believes it is morally wrong. Whichever way you see this, the pharmacist has no choice in the matter; it is the person asking for the pills that has a choice. Whether you support or criticize birth control pills, it is ultimately up to that person to decide for themselves, not the pharmacist.
Death of a Salesman Death of a Salesman begins with an elder Willy Lowman returning from a failed business trip. His comforting wife, Linda, explains to Willy that he should not need to travel anymore, and expresses to him that she would like to see him work locally. From the start of the play, it is evident that Willy’s mental health is deteriorating, as he had an accident previous to the play and he complained about his state of mind. It is also made clear through several flashback hallucinations that Willy experiences. He and Linda discuss their sons, whom Willy is quite disappointed in, especially Biff.
The reason he doesn’t go is because that is the day he visits his mother in the home she lives in, and she would never understand if he changed the day and would pick on him even more than usual. He would love to go out with them on another night but fear that, if he asks, they will say no. He would love the manager’s job because then his mother would see him as more successful and maybe give him more respect. He has a sort of girlfriend whom he would like to marry but feels he does not have much to offer her at present and anyway she might say ‘no’. He comes across as a gentle man who is very aware of the feelings of others and afraid of what they might think of him.
Life Coaches are not to give direct advice in area’s they are not qualified in. Life coaches don’t tell clients what to do. They teach clients the skills they need to enable them to find their own solutions and develop there on opinions. The direct advice may not be in the client’s best interest either. Question 3 How is life coaching different to other therapy models, for example person-centered counselling?
He then sits quietly and hopes the two men won’t see the connection between him and his wife, and that is also the reason for him not saying goodbye to his wife. It almost seems like he acquires the point of view the two unidentified men have. The troubles of Doreen and Earl’s relationship are also made clear by this fact, because this clearly shows that if he hasn’t noticed the extra pounds, then he obviously haven’t been looking. Earl has been living his life completely blind and detached, so detached that he has no visible love for his wife. When he finally wakes up and sees his wife for what she really is, he sees her through the eyes of two strangers.
I think there are many reasons why a personalised induction is more effective. Firstly, I think it is very important to ascertain the mental health of the individual. A Hypnotherapist must never work on anyone who has or has had a psychosis. If an individual is on any kind of psychological medication or has a history of mental health, then the hypnotherapist will need to get written permission from the individual’s Dr to carry out any therapy. This letter must also state that the patient is not psychotic.