Right of an Individual

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Right of an Individual
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  1. What are the differences between a right and a privilege?
    • Right: Something that a person is or should be morally or legally allowed to have, get or do
    • Privilege: A right or benefit that is given to some people and not to others
    • Right: Everyone has a right
    • Privilege: Not everyone has a privilege
  2. what are the different kinds of rights?
    • legal rights
    • civil rights
    • moral rights
    • political rights
    • cultural rights
    • economic rights
    • social rights
  3. a right that is based on the law
    legal right
  4. rights that are granted or supported by the government and can be changed or withdrawn
    civil rights
  5. these rights can be lost or surrendered
    civil rights
  6. it is otherwise known as the copyright law
    moral rights
  7. it protects the rights of the creator and his/her work
    moral rights/ copyright law
  8. it is the right to participate in the government such as the right to vote and the right to hold public office
    political rights
  9. it assures the enjoyment of culture such as language, cultural heritage, intellectual property rights, and author's rights
    cultural rights
  10. protection of minimal material security such as the right to work and right to a pension
    economic rights
  11. allows us to participate in the life of society such as right to education and the right to maintain a family
    social rights
  12. Patient's bill of rights
    • right to appropriate medical care and human treatment
    • right to informed consent
    • right to information
    • the right to choose health care provider and faculty
    • right to self-determination
    • right to religious belief
    • right to medical records
    • right to leave
    • right to use participation in medical research
    • right to correspondence and to receive visitors
    • right to express grievance
    • right to be informed of his rights and obligations as a patient
  13. it is the self-determination of the ability to make
    autonomy
  14. to tell the truth
    veracity
  15. practitioner intentionally withholds information according to his sound
    benevolent deception
  16. it is the limitation of autonomy
    paternalism
  17. it is the relationship between the doctor and the patient
    fiduciary relationship
  18. it is a substance that is medically inert but the patient feels it therapeutic
    placebo
  19. exemption to veracity
    placebo
  20. it promotes doing acts stated in positive form of kindness and mercy that directly benefit the patient
    beneficence
  21. it is stated in a negative form to remind health practitioners to do o harm
    non-maleficence
  22. it is the right of the patient to have his/her personal information to be kept only wtth the medical practitioner
    confidentiality
  23. faithful devotion to duty, plays a major role in professional nursing
    role fidelity
  24. nurses must always be answerable and accountable to these areas of responsibility
    role fidelity
  25. it is acceptable to do something morally right that has a morally bad side-effect as long as the bad side effect is not intentional
    principle of double effect
  26. it is a formal statement of a group's ideals and values
    health care code of ethics
  27. it is a set of ethical principles that: Are shared by the members of the group, reflects their moral judgement over time, serves as a standard for their professional actions
    health care code of ethics
  28. it is the fundamental right of every individual
    health
  29. primary responsibilities
    • promotion of health
    • prevention of illness
    • alleviation of suffering
    • restoration of health
  30. It is latin for "the thing speaks for itself"
    Doctrine of Res Ipsa Loquitur
  31. one is resumed to be negligent if he/she had exclusive control of whatever caused the injury
    Doctrine of Res Ipsa Loquitur
  32. applicable in cases wherein natural calamity occurs and a patient obtains an injury, a health care professional is to administer first aid measure...
    Doctrine of Force Majeure
  33. when the subordinate commits a tort or civil wrong within the scope of employment and the superior is held liable although he or she may have done nothing wrong
    Doctrine of Respondeat Superior
  34. a civil wrong or wrongful act, whether intentional or unintentional, from which injury occurs to another
    torts
  35. unintentional torts
    • malpractice
    • gross negligence
    • negligence
  36. professional misconduct; negligence performed in professional practice; lack of skill in professional duties or illegal or immoral conduct resulting in injury or death to client
    malpracice
  37. extreme lack of knowledge, skill or decision making that the person clearly should have known would put others at risk for harm
    gross negligence
  38. practice without a licence. involves exposure of person or another to unreasonable risk of injury by acts of commission or omission
    negligence
  39. examples of malpractice or negligence
    • leaving sponges inside a client
    • medication errors
    • failure to prevent falls by neglecting to raise bed or crib rails
    • incompetent assessment of client's situations
    • improper identification of clients for operative of diagnostic procedures
    • carelessness in caring for a client's property
  40. occur when a person does damage to another person in a willful, intentional way ad without just cause and/or excuse
    intentional torts
  41. mental or physical threat
    assualt
  42. touching with or without the intent to do harm
    battery
  43. false presentation of facts purposefully to create deception
    fraud
  44. presenting false credentials for purposes of entering a health care program or gaining registration, licensure or employment
    fraud
  45. intentional torts
    • assault
    • battery
    • fraud
    • invasion of privacy
  46. any unnecessary exposure or discussion of client's case
    exposure of a a person
  47. the intentional confinement without authorization
    false imprisonment
  48. concerns privileged communications and privacy; false communication that harms the persons reputation
    defamation
  49. to listen secretly to what a person is saying
    eavesdropping
  50. the act of publishing a false statement that causes people to have a bad opinion of someone (picture)
    libel
  51. to make false spoken statement that causes people to have a bad opinion of someone(spoken)
    slander
  52. types of defamation
    • eavesdropping
    • libel
    • slander
  53. it is an act contrary to a criminal statue, violates societal law, includes misdemeanors and felonies
    criminal act
  54. a criminal offense that is less serious than a felony and generally punishable by a fine, ajail term up to a year or both
    misdemeanor
  55. a crime such as murder, punishable by term in prison
    felony

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