on nurses. Ans 8: In the above case study the conversation based on liable or negligence. As per the case study the nurse is liable for the patient treatment. Because the nurse have to treat the patient and give the care and good facility and services. In the sence of negligence the patient suffered with AIDS(HIV). So when nurse gp for her tea break she didn’t wash her hand. That is her negligences because it is not mention in case study if nurse wash her hand while she go for tea break.
Claire Lewis Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health,social care Task B: Your role Bi. Describle the terms and conditions of your employment as set out in your contract of employment or employment agreement The terms and conditions of your employment are a statement and instruction of what the employer's expect of their staff and your job description. Employer's expect their staff to read and follow the policy and procedures that the home have. to attend all training
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duties and responsibilities of own work role. On a day to day basis the daily jobs are as follows: Daily weekly jobs Am Check money tins Visual check of home and exterior Support clients in Breakfast Support Clients in getting up and showering if needed Medication at 9am Handover form Early to Mid shift if needed Support clients in their jobs Own administration jobs to be completed throughout day inc SWIMS, Time Sheets, Emails, objectives, my way forward etc. Link working with clients
Personal Leadership Philosophy Confucius said, “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand” (Confucius). I know this quote from my background in education, however whether Confucius realized it or not, it greatly applies to leadership as well. Leaders are often held on a pedestal and recognized in their achievements and their mistakes, but never for their day-to-day work. Applying the quote to the actions of leaders, when we hear the words of effective leaders we don’t often
significance is reflected by its presence in various nursing bodies’ code of ethics. Despite this, concerns are raised as to the nature and degree of nursing advocacy. Nurses have testified failure as a result of them having to practice advocacy on behalf of the patients (). According to research done by British nurses, senior positions has indicated beliefs that the practice is prone to ambiguities and paradoxes that can lead to inter-professional conflict within the nursing sector. The issue is whether