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    Understanding Confidentiality Brooke S Bentley Liberty University   Abstract Confidentiality is one of the most important, complicated and expected parts of counseling. Counselors and clients view confidentiality as an unspoken given, it is sometimes not discussed but expected. Counselors should always explain to a client reasons in which they may be required to break confidentiality. Confidentiality laws can vary from state to state so a counselor should always be aware and up to date on those

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    Introduction Confidentiality is considered a core value or principal in the medical practice. Confidentiality is a right that all people have within the medical field. This is the requirement of health care providers to keep a person’s information exclusive unless the patient or the person consents in the form of a release to share that information with other people that practice. Usually the consent is given when a doctor wants to consult with a different doctor for example. In this case it would

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    Medical cases that concern confidentiality are not always cut and dry, adding family to the mixture causes even more turmoil and confusion as it applies to patient-doctor confidentiality. In the case of Carlos R. (who is HIV positive), and his sister Consuela who is acting as a care giver; I believe that the doctor should maintain patient-doctor confidentiality and respect the wished that Consuela not be told about the HIV diagnosis. Before the doctor releases Carlos, it is my belief that the doctor

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    or kept secret “Confidentiality is the quality of confidential, which is said or done in confidence and with mutual security between two or more individuals.” It is a property of information that aims to ensure access only to authorized people. When confidential information a letter, a document, a report, etc., managers decide who or who have the right to access the data. The steps to take to ensure such confidentiality will depend on the context . The duty of confidentiality goes beyond undertaking

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    DENISE AMPS November 2006 Essay on ‘Confidentiality’ CONFIDENTIALITY IN COUNSELLING Confidentiality in counselling means, to me, providing a secure, trusting relationship with a client who knows that, within certain limits, he or she can speak to you about anything at all in the knowledge that whatever has been said will go no further. It is an intrinsic and imperative part of the trust that is required to develop a good working relationship between a counsellor and their client.

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    been much debate concerning confidentiality in the mental health field, and the health field in general. Psychologists and doctors alike are primed to be ethical and keep a patients’ information private and confidential. Once a patient walks into a therapist’s office or doctor’s office, all that is spoken about is supposed to be iron clad and kept in confidence. However, there are instances in which confidentiality must be broken. The terms for breaking confidentiality between patient and doctor were

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    increase Soldier use of Army Chaplain services by increasing Soldiers’ awareness of the absolute confidentiality of Chaplains. Society generally understands confidentiality as keeping personal information secret or private. However, this dissertation carries a more doctrinal understanding of the term “confidentiality” in the context of privileged military communications. In general, confidentiality refers to keeping personal information secret or private. However, there are technical distinctions

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    Confidentiality is one of the most important aspects when working with clientele. Our text defines confidentiality as, “rooted in a client’s right to privacy, is at the core of effective therapy. “(Corey et al. 2014). Anna Martin describes confidentiality in a little more detail by stating that, “patient confidentiality means maintaining private information about a client, and ensuring that no unauthorized person has access to this” (2017).As an individual working within a helping profession, one

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    The Importance of Confidentiality in Nursing Practice This essay will discuss why confidentiality is important within nursing practice and the reasons why a registered nurse and student nurse are accountable and to whom they are accountable to in relation to patient care. It will further discuss patient’s rights in relation to law. Definition of Confidentiality, Bailliere’s Dictionary

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    with other professionals and they need to keep in mind the confidentiality of the client, but in doing this, other professionals may need to know some information about the client and their treatment, so that they can help the client to the best of their ability. The worker needs to inform the client and gain their consent for the passing of information. Some workers may do this via written consent. When seeing the value of confidentiality in relation to information and judgement regarding a client

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