The individual Practitioner
“A theoretical framework which shapes how practitioners behave in a professional setting. These are designed to advise health and social care workers of their roles and responsibilities. Each code of practice is underpinned by the care value base.” (Richard ford) Nursing medical council
Standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwives. * They must make the care of people and make them their first concern this treating them as individuals and respecting their dignity, work with others to protect and promote the health and wellbeing of those in your care, their families and carers, and the wider community. It is important that these boundaries are intact because if a patient bought their nurse a present, they could use this is as emotional blackmail and insist that they might get moved up on the list of appointments * Provide a high standard of practice and care at all times, be open and honest, act with integrity and uphold the reputation of your profession. An example of this is that if all their skills and knowledge is up to date to ensure they know about all the new medical advances are. (class room notes) * Work with others to protect and promote the health and wellbeing of those in your care, their families and carers, and the wider community. Example is you go to work with the intention to care about patents and show that you care about them by listening about problems they face. * Provide a high standard of care at all times, be open and honest, act integrity and uphold the reputation of your profession an example of this is if a patient complains about any service they shouldn’t be treated any differently than a patent that doesn’t complain. Also if a patient is ill at home the could call the surgery and could call at home to see them to face whatever problem they are having together and help them.
The General Medical Council
In the GMC the patients must be able to trust...
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