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Unformatted text preview: go through the higher channels as needed until a result that satisfied everyone was acquired. Speaking with counselors about the mother and how she is acting, and receiving advice on how to speak with her so she may listen would be another solution. In the medical field staff have to consider the HIPPA which means the patients privacy and confidential records need to be considered there should be something in the code that if a family member is being disruptive, and unsafe for the patient releasing this information that it can be at a minimal amount of information released to said family member. Reference: A. J. Janetti (2005) copyright When families complicate patient care: A case study with guidelines for approaching ethical dilemmas. NASW code of ethics (appendix C) S. Manning (2003) P3, 4...
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