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Flashcards in Code- Principles & Subsets Deck (55):
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A1

Show respect, compassion, and care
Do not pressure patient to accept advice

2

A2

respect patients' privacy, dignity, & cultural differences

3

A3

take action if you have concerns about the safety of a patient

4

A4

be fair; don't discriminate
recognize diversity and individual choice

5

A5

prioritise patient health and welfare during all aspects of care
Respect right to a second opinion

6

A6

Treat in a hygienic and safe environment

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A7

safeguard children and vulnerable adults.
Report.

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B1

Protect patient's from harm if your- or another HC professionals'- health, conduct or performance puts them at risk

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B2

You and your coworkers are qualified, registered, and insured.

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B3

Use honest, legal, verifiable info when advertising. Comply with regulations

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B4

Maintain patient confidentiality at all times

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B5

Ensure your behavior is professional at all times

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B6

Avoid placing undue financial burden by committing to long term care plan not justified

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B7

Fulfill candor.

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B8

Justify/record refusal for care. Provide alternative.

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B9

Inform GCC of criminal/regulatory finding. Cooperate.

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C1

Take case history. Document.

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C2

Use physical exam giving regard to patient dignity. Document.

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C3

Have working diagnosis. Document. Keep patient informed.

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C4

Develop & apply care plan. Review. Consent from patient.

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C5

Apply EBCP

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C6

Cease care, or aspects of, and/or refer, if requested or necessitated.

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C7

Follow referral procedures. Keep referrer informed. Obtain consent.

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C8

Additional tests in best interest of patient. Consent. Keep patient informed. Record results.

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C9

Equipment is safe

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D1

Don't abuse position of trust. Do not cross sexual boundaries.

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D2

You and staff treat all patients with equal respect and dignity

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D3

Explain need for undress. Privacy and Gown.

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D4

Utilize chaperones

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E1

Provide accurate, relevant, clear info for decision.

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E2

Obtain & record consent prior to care

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E3

Continue consent during care

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E4

Consent must be voluntary

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E5

Parental consent for children; unless legally competent

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E6

Consent to remove clothing

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E7

Consent to share info from record

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F1

Explore care options, risk & benefit. Answer q's fully and honestly

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F2

Visible easy-understand fee structure and complaint system.

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F3

Involve other HC prof, w. consent, if better care

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F4

Take account of pt communication needs & preferences

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F5

Listen, be polite and considerate regarding complaints

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F6

Provide info about all individuals responsible for care. Arrangements when you're unavailable.

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G1

Stay current. Take part in PDevelopment

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G2

Maintain knowledge of law & regulations

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G3

Work within the limits of your knowledge and competence

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G4

Make clear limits of your knowledge and competence

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G5

Refer or seek expertise when needed

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G6

Do not require others to take on responsibilities beyond their knowledge, skills or experience.

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H1

Keep information confidential.

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H2

Only disclose PI w/o consent when required by law

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H3

Ensure pt records are up to date, legible, and encompass your full visit

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H4

Ensure safe storage of records

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H5

Make arrangements for records if you close down/die

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H6

Pt records your responsibility unless contractually transferred to another HCP

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H7

Give patients access to their record