Take person centred approach and supporting the person consistent with that

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Take person-centred approach and supporting the person, consistent with that person’s values and preferences. In this scenario, nurses should follow the patient’s and her daughter’s apply that don’t tell any information to the patient’s husband. P2.3 c Act according to the person’s capacity for decision-making and consent. In this scenario, Mrs Semple was 80 years old and has trouble to talk with others. Nurses should refer to her daughter’s suggestion and receive some important information from her. P2.4 a/b Recognize and reflect on what happened, report the incident and act immediately to rectify the problem if possible. In the scenario, RN Bolton realized that feed Mrs Semple food is wrong. However, he didn’t report this incident immediately. He should report this mistake immediately and ask for other clinical professional’s help to rectify the problem. P3.3 d Clearly and accurately communicate relevant and timely information In this scenario, the handover had been rushed. RN Nguyen and RN Bolton didn’t communicate Mrs Semple’s information clearly and accurately. They should make
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sure every detail of the patient has been delivered accurately and clearly when handover the work. P 3.5 a Respect the confidentiality and privacy of people. In this scenario, Mrs Semple and her daughter ask nurses to keep the patient’s privacy. Nurses must respect their requirement. Options for Action/Steps for action -Document the error immediately. -Ask the appeal of Mrs Semple’s family. -Apologize to Mrs Semple’s family. -Give proper compensation. 4. Implementation -Document RN Bolton’s error. -RN Bolton should apologize to Mrs Semple’s family. -The hospital should communicate with RN Bolton and make certain punishments. -The hospital and the nurses should give proper compensation to Mrs Semple’s family. 5. Assess outcomes -Evaluate decisions. -Seek support if required.
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Cases Common Law , Trevorrow v South Australia (2006) 94 SASR 64 Duncan v Medical Practitioners Disciplinary Committee [1986] 1 NZLR 513 Langley & Warren v Glandore Pty Ltd & Thomson [1997] Rogers v Whitaker (1992) 109 ALR 625 Legislation Hospital and Health Boards Act 2011 (Qld) Codes International council of nurses (2012), The ICN code of ethics for nurses. Retrieved from - files/2012_ICN_Codeofethicsfornurses_%20eng.pdf Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (2018), Code of conduct for nurses. Retrieved from ? record=WD17%2F23850&dbid=AP&chksum=L8j874hp3DTlC1Sj4klHag%3D %3D
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