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This CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is made on the 21st May of 2012.
STA PHARMA LIMITED, hereinafter referred to as ‘The Company’ (which expression shall unless excluded by or repugnant to the context mean and include its successors-in-interest, legal representatives, executors, administrators and assignees) of the FIRST PART.
AND INVESTMENTS LIMITED, hereinafter referred to as ‘FINANCIAL CONSULTANT’ (which expression shall unless excluded by or repugnant to the context mean and include their heirs, successors-in-interest, legal representatives, executors, administrators and assignees) of the SECOND PART.
WHEREAS Nuvista Pharma
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Applying Ethical Frameworks in Practice
Soniya , RN
Grand Canyon University: NRS 437V
Professor: Teresa Ortner, RNC, MSNEd
December 11, 2012
Applying Ethical Frameworks in Practice
When patient seeks for assist and care, professional-patient relationship is established and the promise of confidentiality is incriminated automatically. Respecting confidentiality is the professional commitment. Yet occasionally unavoidable situations bring health care profession to face nothing but the alternative choices which ends up breaching the confidentiality. The author would like to discuss one’s professional position regarding the ethical implications of a breach of confidentiality, ethical
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Ethical Vignette Paper 1
As a Professional Counselor in the United States of America there are regulations in each state regarding being a mandated reporter. For instance, duty to warn, duty to report and learning when to breach confidentiality will be discussed in this paper. This particular paper summarizes the video, Legal and Ethical Issues for Mental Health Professionals, Vol. 1: Confidentiality, Privilege, Reporting and Duty to Warn (2008), ACA Code of Ethics (2005) and Virginia Board of Counseling state board rules/regulations that applies to confidentiality, privilege, reporting and duty to warn. As future Licensed Professional Counselor, a
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a medical assistant does have access to the patient’s records you do not automatically have permission to get into their records. Not even if it is just for a phone number to contact the patient about their prescriptions and aftercare instruction sheet. Professional silence and secure data management are the two ways that a health care professional can achieve confidentiality for their patient at hand.
• In this case, how would you be able to correct your error and provide the missing documents and instructions to the patient while still protecting patient confidentiality under HIPAA?
In this case I would be able to correct this error and provide the missing documents and instructions to
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, Kopels S. P.1 1994). The therapist – client relationship is that of a confidential manner. The therapist is to keep anything the client says under strict confidentiality however; this article argues that this is not the case because social workers have never really been able to offer their clients unlimited confidentiality because in recent years the demand for accountability has increased as well as greater access to information in records, mandated child abuse reporting and expanding court involvement in professional decision making (Kagle J, Kopels S. P.1 1994).
Now more than ever therapists are faced with their obligation to protect their client’s privacy as well as the duty to protect
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“What’s Wevenue?” Case
“What’s Wevenue?” Summary
Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Standards of Ethical Practice
The IMA developed four principals to help management accountants deal with the ethical challenges that they face. The four principals are competence, confidentiality, integrity, and credibility.
The principal of competence calls each accountant to continuously maintain their professional competence. Completing continuing education courses and remaining knowledgeable of all regulatory updates, as well as recognizing and acting upon any situations that require professional expertise in decision making are ways management accountants can remain competent
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evaluate the principle of confidentiality and how to apply the principle within reasonable limits. Further understanding of these normative theories gives nurses the abilities to evaluate conflict avoidance and resolution. As nurses further navigate the world of ethics, they discover how the code of ethics is influenced by a person’s culture, and they acquire a solid foundation for current ethical decision-making models used in their industry.
Ethics in Nursing Practice, Values and Decision Making
Nurses who take care of patients are encouraged to do so with a certain level of politeness. Other than being polite, nurses are required to be skilled, and they must
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Cards, and Smartcards 5
3. Physical Tokens and Physical Intrusion Detection 5
V. Access Control Integration and Administrative Strategies 5
A. Biometric Systems 5
B. Separation of Duties 5
C. Protecting the Enrollment Process 6
D. Protecting the Verification Process 6
E. Cryptographic Controls 6
F. Integrating Access Control Methods 6
VI. Public Key Infrastructure 6
A. DoD-Approved PKI 6
B. Multi-factor Authentication 6
C. Identification and Authentication through Digit Signature of Challenge 6
D. Data Integrity through Digital Signature of the Information 6
E. Confidentiality through Encryption 6
F. Assists with Technical non-Repudiation through
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? Briefly summarize the information that a successor auditor should obtain from the predecessor auditor.
5. Did the confidentiality agreement that Minkow required Ernst &Whinney to sign improperly limit the scope of the ZZZZ Best audit? Why or why not? Discuss general circumstances under which confidentiality concerns on the part of a client may properly affect audit planning decisions. At what point do client-imposed audit scope limitations affect the type of audit opinion issued?
6. What procedures, if any, do professional standards require auditors to perform when reviewing a client's pre-audit but post-year-end earnings press release?
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separated or portioned from each other but they all must run off the same operating system.
Virtualization is important to an organization like BART for several reasons. One by using virtualization BART raised their server capacity by over 50%, which means, that BART didn’t need as many servers. By having fewer servers, they were able to increase physical space and reduce energy costs. Also by using virtualization it will now make it easier for adjustments as the organization continues to grow.
Some of the risks that could possible come with virtualization could be accessibility, confidentiality or security issues. An example of accessibility issue would be if the hypervisor went down, then
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Ethical Decisions and the Influence of Culture
Nurses and Doctors must face many ethical decisions in their daily routine. It is important that we know our ethical responsibilities while caring for our patients. There are many ethical theories we utilize daily, I will be discussing these theories and provide an example of each. These theories include Deontology, Utilitarianism, Naturalism and Virtue ethics. I will go onto discuss confidentiality and how it pertains to reasonable limits. Finally I will be discussing a case in which cultural values relate to and influence healthcare. This case describes Mrs. Z, who just moved to the United States two years ago with her family, who
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estimated to be between 76 and 111, and the number of dying was estimated between 28 and 101.
Confidentiality: Psychologists have a primary obligation and take reasonable precautions to protect confidential information obtained through or stored in any medium, recognizing that the extent and limits of confidentiality may be regulated by law or established by institutional rules or professional or scientific relationship. The study became unethical in the 1940s when penicillin became the recommended drug for treatment of syphilis and researchers did not offer it to the subjects. (U.S. Public health Service).
Diversity: Researchers must use a diversity of subjects in their work to show that
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practices to enhance the strength of user passwords in order to maximize confidentiality?
Some of the best practices to enhance the strength of user passwords includes using upper and lower case characters, symbols and non-repeating letters or numbers with a minimum of 8 characters.
4. Can a user who is defined in Active Directory access a shared drive on a computer if the server with the shared drive is not part of the domain?
No, a user who is defined in Active Directory but not part of the domain cannot access a shared drive since the shared drive on the server is not part of the domain.
5. Does Windows Server 2012 R2 require a user’s logon/password credentials prior to
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those closes with the client are not any danger and if they are they need to be alerted. As human services providers our ethical decision has to be alter. Statement 3 in the ethical standards of human service professionals states that all human professional are to protect their client right of privacy and confidentiality but if the client is threat to their self or others then appropriate authorities should be notify. Statement 4 goes in to detail that if a Human Services Professional suspects any client will cause harm to their self or others professionals are suppose the make sure the client and others are safe and aware of the action of the client. With this ruling there is a fine line drawn between confidentiality of the client and when to alert the right authorities if a human professionals believes that their clients really plans to hurt an individual.
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The M&A Sales Process
FINA 6222: Mergers and Acquisitions
Auction Process Overview Organization and Preparation First Round Second Round Negotiations and Closing
• Stakeholders • Broad vs. Targeted Processes
• Valuation and Due Diligence • Marketing Material and Confidentiality Agreement Preparation
• First Buyer Contact • Initial Bids and Buyer Selection • Management Presentations and Data Room • Final Bids • Evaluate Bids and Select Winning Bidder • Financing and Approvals
Seller Retains Advisor and Signs Engagement Agreement Advisor Performs Internal Due Diligence Advisor Prepares Marketing Materials Advisor Approaches Prospective Buyers
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. Programmers may deliberately obfuscate code to conceal its purpose (security through obscurity) or its logic, in order to prevent tampering, deter reverse engineering, or as a puzzle or recreational challenge for someone reading the source code. Programs known as obfuscators transform readable code into obfuscated code using various techniques. Obfuscation present the concept of code encryption, which offers confidentiality, and a method to create code dependencies that implicitly protect integrity. This paper majorly focuses on obfuscating java code.
This research topic will give more knowledge on how to protect a java software from a tampering. I can use these concepts in my future work and give suggestions to the team/group. This not only extends my knowledge on this topics, I will learn how to use resources and developing better communication skills in presenting a topic. And also I can extend my knowledge in the fields of programming and security.
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THE PRINCIPLES OF THE CARE VALUE BASE
The seven principles are those which put an individual at the heart of the health and social care provision. These seven principles form the value base. All seven of the principles are all equally important as one another and should form the basis of all relationships with clients and colleagues.
The seven principles consist of the following:
1. the promotion of anti-discriminatory practice
2. the promotion and support of dignity, independence and safety
3. respect for, and acknowledge of, personal beliefs and an individual ‘s identity
4. the maintenance of confidentiality
5. protection from abuse and harm
6. the promotion of
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Electronic Devices and Patient Privacy
Confidentiality is defined as a promise that limits access to certain information. With the increase use of technology it is believed that confidential information is at greater risk of being shared with the world. In recent news there have been many cases of people personal photos and information being leaked to the public. With the healthcare industry following in the footsteps of so many others and now going to electronic file databases the threat of patient’s personal information being leaked is upon us. Therefore it is imperative that proper precautions are taken to ensure the security and safety of information that is shares
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appropriate to provide subjects with information about missing elements of consent:
A study in which subjects were assigned to study activities based on an undesirable or unflattering physical characteristic as assessed by members of the research team.
4. A waiver of the requirement for documentation of informed consent may be granted when:
The only record linking the subject and the research is the consent document and the principal risk is a breach of confidentiality.
5. As part of the consent process, the federal regulations require researchers to:
Provide potential subjects with information at the appropriate reading comprehension level.
1. Data are made anonymous by
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1. What advice would you offer Pete, the managing director?
I would offer Pete the advice that, since the company is growing they need to expand or move to a bigger location. You have to expand to accommodate the growth of the organization. There is absolutely no reason for payroll to be completed in public view. That brings in issues of non-compliance with employee confidentiality. Pete needs to appoint another manager or supervisor that can take control when he is not around. There needs to be someone available to take employee questions and concerns at all times. This will encourage the morale of the company.
2. What advice would you offer the staff to help them get their
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02 December 2013
How the Survey Will Be Distributed and Collected
One key factor in usable responses and accuracy of data in surveys is how they are distributed and collected. To protect the privacy and identity of employees of Our Lady of the Lake Hospital (OLOL), the survey needs to be anonymous to protect confidentiality and prevent bias. With this approach employees have an opportunity to be honest when their identity is not revealed and their response cannot trigger negative consequences from their employer. The survey will be distributed to employees in several ways: (1) including a copy of the survey in their paychecks, (2) having a central location
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accountability office and the office of the inspector general assert that the watch list contains several inaccuracies and the government policies to be nominated and to be removed from the watch list are not uniform. Information about the process for inclusion on the list must necessarily be carefully protected; this provides the confidentiality needed for the list is to be effective against terrorism. This on the other hand makes innocent people who are on the list unable to know how...
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factors include patients feel as though there will be no confidentiality in the online system, Organization factors include smaller medical practices not being able to afford the cost of the online database as well as the time commitment involved. Technological factors include not yet discovering a way to be able to share information from nurses to doctors as well as other care providers.
3. What is the business, political, and social impact of not digitizing medical records (for individual physicians, hospitals, insurers, patients, and the US Government)?
Not digitizing medical records for physicians it makes their job harder because the now have to go through tons of paperwork to see if the
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3, Gurney Close, Walthamstow, London
I am a very bright student who has the potential to achieve her target grades. I have academic strengths in many subject areas. I am popular and active member of school life and this has been proven with my involvement in varied extra- curricular activities within and outside the school.
* Good organisational skills
* Able to work as part of a team
* Able to make my own decisions
* Enjoy learning new skills
* Aware of the need for confidentiality
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whether or not you are willing to waive the confidentiality given to you under the Market Research Codes of conduct specifically in relation to that adverse event. Everything else you say during the course of the interview will continue to remain confidential. Are you happy to proceed with the interview on this basis?’
So that this is absolutely clear, I would like you to now sign the following statement:
I, the undersigned:
1. Recognise that there is an obligation for the interviewer to collect details of any adverse events about individual patients or groups of patients that are mentioned during the course of these interviews. Although this is a market research interview, so
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needs and communication preferences of people with sensory impairments and disabilities that affect their communication skills. The best way to respond to situations like this is for the care worker to: use the person’s preferred language (directly or through an interpreter or signer) adapt their communication strategies to the language needs and preferences of the person. Learning a few words of another person’s language or developing some basic sign language skills can really help a care worker to establish a positive relationship with the person receiving care.
Explain the term confidentiality.
Confidentiality means not sharing information about people without their knowledge and
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|Advocate, uphold, and defend the individual's right to privacy and the doctrine of confidentiality in the use and disclosure of information. |
|A health information management professional shall: |
|1.1. Safeguard all confidential patient information to include, but not limited to, personal, health, financial, genetic, and outcome information. |
|1.2. Engage in social and political action that supports the protection of privacy and confidentiality, and be aware of the impact of the
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ASHFORD HHS 435 Week 4 DQ 2 Right of Privacy
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Right of Privacy. The right of privacy is a major component of confidentiality. Chapter 22 discusses the importance and application of this right. Discuss your ideas in terms of the human service profession of how the right to privacy can be protected in an evolving, open information society? What laws pertain specifically to human service workers in protecting/honoring patient/client confidentiality? Provide a specific circumstance/case/example drawn from real life. Respond to two of your classmates’ posts
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ELIE SAAB: GROWTH OF A GLOBAL LUXURY BRAND
Nadia Shuayto wrote this case solely to provide material for class discussion. The author does not intend to illustrate either effective
or ineffective handling of a managerial situation. The author may have disguised certain names and other identifying information to
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, computer security was significantly tightened and filing patent applications to protect its R&D investments. However, more things should be emphasized on. First of all, Foxconn should foster a sense of belonging and company loyalty among its employees. Compared to tighten the computer security, this is a more efficient measure to protect its IP. By doing this, employees could prevent company's trade secrets actively, rather than passively. Secondly, Foxconn should sign confidentiality agreements with its employees and keep them properly. As stated in the case, the reason of GE's victory in trade secret case against former employee was that GE was able to prove to the court that sufficient
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LYCEUM OF WESTERN LUZON – ZAMBALES, INC.
Batonlapoc, Botolan, Zambales
The undersigned student of Lyceum of Western Luzon Zambales is undertaking a research study on the topic (A Study on the Contributory Factors that Encouraged Minors to join Brotherhood/Fraternity) as a requirement for the completion of the degree, BS IN CRIMINOLOGY
Your cooperation is highly requested by answering the herein questionnaire for purposes of coming-up with convincing results.
Rest assured that all information herein provided shall be threatened with utmost confidentiality.
Mark Anthony L. Miranda
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, the database systems are complex, difficult, and time-consuming to design and often need a specialist to help with the design. There are substantial hardware and software start-up costs as well as the employment of a database specialist who may be needed to train employees during the initial stages of using the database. Other disadvantages include the fact that damage to database affects virtually all applications programs. There are extensive conversion costs in moving from a file-based system to a database system. If databases are online and more users have access to the information, there are additional risks with confidentiality, privacy and security. Most databases store valuable
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- Significant impact
Technical Requirements (interactions)
10. Exteranl contacts
11. Internal contacts confidentiality
12. Physical demands
e. Long periods of standing
f. Long periods of sitting
13. Centrality of job
14. Technological/Equipment requirements
g. Non-computer related office equipment
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a professional identity. The Tarasoff case seemingly presents limitations to our current code of ethics by acknowledging that there are possible exceptions. These exceptions are not necessarily present in every case, but when they do arise, it is important that you display ethical decision-making.
Ethical Decision Making
You should continue to follow the current code of ethics, but as a human service professional, you are now responsible for your personal, professional judgment. There may be instances where your ethical decision will be challenged, such as the confidentiality clause, but through this new legislation, it is important to be mindful of the effects your decision will have on your client, as well as the people your client comes in contact with.
By incorporating your good intent with our code of ethics, you should be able to make ethical decisions that are beneficial to your clients’ well being and the well being of others, while not defying any legal rights.
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traditional and e-commerce operations to assure their confidentiality, integrity, availability, and authorized use.
2. Human error is not a type of unintentional threat.
3. Hackers call employees company employees and pretend to be a network administrator in order to gain access to a network by getting them to reveal their password.
4. A biometric control is not reliable because anyone can use or mimic it.
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Project Part 1
Security Policy Outline
First World bank wants to provide banking services online to its customers. The institution estimates over $100,000,000 a year in online credit card transactions for loan applications and other banking services. According to a team that was formed using a Linux an open source infrastructure would roughly as estimated give an annual cost savings in licensing fees alone can be as much as $4,000,000. The assets while using Linux open source infrastructure goal would be maintaining (CIA) triad confidentiality, integrity, and availability in the infrastructure
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1.Please give an example of primary prevention, secondary prevention and tertiary prevention.
Primary prevention- Ex- a patient getting their yearly mammogram to detect breast cancer or getting the immunizations.
Secondary prevention – Ex a patient getting treatment for an illness (hypertension.)
Tertiary prevention- EX is a patient gets care to prevent further progression of a disease like rehab.
2. Give examples of how a nurse would commit the following crimes: Negligence, breach of confidentiality, assault, battery.
Negligence- Ex is failing to monitor the patient, improper medication administration and failing to provide a change in patient status.
Breach of confidentiality
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human death toll from influenza was higher than it should have been.
In this article, there was an adamant demand to do everything alleviate and resolve the unethical research behavior. The pharmaceutical organization involved in this instance could have, and should have, appropriately disclosed their research to avoid this unethical research behavior. The pharmaceutical organization should have made the research information conducted available to individuals in developing countries. The professor associated with this case should have revealed his findings instead of insisting on confidentiality. However, the professor willingly signed a confidentiality agreement between him and the
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will provide an introduction of myself and explain the purpose of the study, provide my contact address, e-mail address and numbers, assure respondents of the confidentiality of their replies, provide the date by when a reply is required and finally, thank all respondents and invite further comments, suggestions and questions.
A five-point Likert scale was also used to measure agreeableness/disagreeableness of the respondents on the statement provided. In the Likert scale, the response is given numerical values which range from 1.00 to 5.00 so that all the numerical value could be calculated from all the responses. The given equivalent weights for the answers were:
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objectives that any methodology adopted must achieve.
Risk Analysis Requirements under the Security Rule
The Security Management Process standard in the Security Rule requires organizations to
“[i]mplement policies and procedures to prevent, detect, contain, and correct security
violations.” (45 C.F.R. § 164.308(a)(1).) Risk analysis is one of four required
implementation specifications that provide instructions to implement the Security
Management Process standard. Section 164.308(a)(1)(ii)(A) states:
RISK ANALYSIS (Required).
Conduct an accurate and thorough assessment of the potential risks and
vulnerabilities to the confidentiality, integrity, and
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and there are even some potential advantages over traditional teaching and therapy methods
first the internet greatly widens participation for those living in remote areas or those with work family .
Discuss and explain the ethical challenges raise in the article and for such kind of information system in particular?
1. The challenge to professional boundaries is the increased incidences of distraction when providing service and likelihood of confidentiality breaches when working from a distance. One of the greatest benefits of e-therapy is the convenience of providing services from home. However, this can also increase the risk of distractions while providing services as the
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In the competitive world of healthcare, it is important that organizations establish data security measures to protect a patient’s confidentiality and privacy. Electronic health records (EHRs) must be protected against unauthorized users to prevent the misuse of protected health information (PHI). Health care organizations must protect their information systems from a variety of potential threats. This can include “intentional or unintentional damage to hardware, software, or data or misuse of the organization’s hardware, software, or data” (Wager, Lee, & Glaser, 2009, p. 252). This paper will review two data security articles and describe the measures being used, how they were being used
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result, this change has come out advances in medical fields and “affected nearly every aspect of clinical practice, from the confidentiality of patient records to end-of life issues” (Wells, K. R., 2007, p. 1528). For example, as Wells (2007) summarized, Dubler (2000) wrote an article including some topics of what he considered very important in medical ethics and “eHealth” is one on the list. “eHealth”, which means “The expansion of the Internet and other rapid changes in information technology have raised many questions about the confidentiality of electronic medical records as well as the impact of online education on medical training” (Wells, K. R., 2007, p. 1529).
According to Clouser
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site. The university is already responsible for special arrangements made for students, such as wheelchair accessibility and requested special needs. The only thing not provided on behalf of the University is child care. If members need child care, they must make prior private arrangements. The members of the group will be told about the confidentiality policy during a ground rules discussion, and be expected to adhere to it out of respect for everyone in the group.
In formulating this group proposal, ethical principles that I consider include making sure to remain culturally competent and socially diverse. One should not be offended or judged during group processes based on
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distance to people who are not necessarily unwell" (Lateff, 2011, pp. 17-18).
The utilization of telecommunication technology does not in any way negate the ethical and professional responsibilities of health care practitioners, such as those that pertain to "record-keeping, provision of physical examination and confidentiality" (Lateff, 2011, p. 18). TM practice concerns and risks include that tele-consultations may go beyond the abilities and knowledge of the practitioner; quality of materials, such as videos, photos, slides, data, etc., must be maintained at a high standard; insufficient delineation of responsibilities; and communications problems, among other issues (Lateff, 2011
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patients as subjects. There should always be a voluntary consent made by each subject, and they should be given as much information as to the purpose of the study and any risks associated with it. In the case of researching social media in health care there may not be an associated physical risk to the patients however ethics may be violated in the form of privacy and confidentiality. In our example study of social media the researchers did take precautions to instruct the clinic staff on any confidentiality issues. The patients were informed before completing their survey of the purpose of the questionnaires and the patients implied consent by returning the survey to the clinic staff
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Williams, B. K. (2011). Using Information Technology: A Practical Introduction to Computes & Communication (9th ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill Companies.
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obligations to your employer. One obligation is honesty and candor. What are two of the other obligations?
8. Chapter 3 describes the writing process as a series of stages. One stage is drafting. What are the other stages discussed in Chapter 3?
9. Chapter 3 lists seven steps that are often involved in planning for a document. One is generating ideas about your subject. What are two other steps listed in Chapter 3?
* Analyzing your audience
* Analyzing your purpose
10. If you don’t know whether to write too, two, or to, you should use the spell-checker to help you decide. True or false?
My answer: False