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practice must not be crossed. For example, A physiotherapist touch the patient inappropriately while doing therapeutic massage. %202%20law%20and%20ethics.pdf Q15. What is the role of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia in regulating the nursing profession? The role of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia: Registering nursing and midwifery practitioners and students Developing standards, codes and guidelines for the nursing and midwifery profession Handling notifications, complaints, investigations and disciplinary hearings Assessing overseas trained practitioners who wish to practise in Australia Approving accreditation standards and accredited courses of study. Q16. What is the rationale behind The Ethical Decision-making model?
AMANDEEP KAUR 09623 Q17. Define the following contemporary ethical concepts and principles in nursing: Autonomy Beneficence and non-maleficence Confidentiality Justice Rights Veracity Autonomy This principle respects the client/patient has the right, whenever possible and capable, to self- determination i.e. their right to make choices that respect their individuality and their ability to act on these choices regardless of your beliefs that may not agree. Beneficence and non-maleficence This is simply to ‘do well’ and that your actions are beneficial to others and do not cause harm. We are expected as nurses to facilitate the best care for our clients. This principle refers to ‘doing no harm’ by either action or inaction. Confidentiality Nurses have ethical and legal obligations to protect the privacy of people. People have a right to expect that nurses will hold information about them in confidence, unless the release of information is needed by law Justice Justice is, as it sounds, is about our obligation to provide fair, equal and reasonable access to care. It is about our obligation to treat all people equally, fairly, impartially, without prejudice or discrimination and adhering to the laws that support justice. Rights This principle explains the rights all the hold, that they can use where needed Veracity This principle reflects the inherent and habitual of telling the truth and avoiding deception. If you
AMANDEEP KAUR 09623 look in the dictionary the definition may reflect mainly verbal communication but in nursing it also refers to any documentation, e.g. drug charts. %20Three%20Pre-reading.pdf Q18. Define the following: Ethics Ethical practice is your professional conduct, guided by your knowledge of differences in wrong and right and to meet the expectations when dealing with difficult and complex situations.

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