You are required to write an essay using the following questions to explain the legal and ethical aspects of the case study.
You are required to demonstrate research effort of the case study and the legal and ethical issues and you need to use the materials provided and a minimum of three reliable, up to date (Australian) nursing references (Text books, nursing journals, articles and ANMC documents) to support your statements.
Use the following questions as guidelines for your responses during the essay
1. Explain how ANMC Codes of ethics, Code of conduct and Competency standards apply to this case study? (Element 1)
2. How do the legal concepts of negligence, duty of care and vicarious liability apply to the nurses’ professional practice as it relates to the case study? (Element 2)
3. Explain how each nurse took responsibility for addressing ethical issues and legal requirements in line with their own nursing role? Include issues relating to privacy confidentiality and documentation. (Element 3)
4. Discuss how they supported the client’s rights, interests and decisions. Did they demonstrate respect and support for the dignity of the client and the family? (Element 4)
5. Does the requirement for open disclosure apply to this case study, if so how could it be applied? Outline the role of patient advocacy. (Element 5)
Referencing: APA System (refer to student handbook)
Word Limit: 2,000 10% either side
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