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Studying with Technology Bibliographical Databases 2. By Ian Cole Lecturer in Information & Communication Technology. Before we start……. Please turn off your mobile phone. Session Plan. Discussion Board Confidentiality Scenario (facts & Conclusions) Bibliographic databases 2.

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Studying with technology bibliographical databases 2

Studying with Technology Bibliographical Databases 2

By

Ian Cole

Lecturer in Information & Communication Technology


Before we start
Before we start…….

Please turn off your

mobile phone


Session plan
Session Plan

  • Discussion Board Confidentiality Scenario (facts & Conclusions)

  • Bibliographic databases 2


Confidentiality scenario
Confidentiality Scenario

  • Nurse X has completed a post registration programme in paediatrics and had applied for a post on the children’s unit.

  • She had been a student nurse at the same hospital and the occupational health department (OHD) knew her past medical history.

  • She had suffered several bouts of ill health during her student nurse training, and during her paediatric course was diagnosed with Crohns disease for which she was admitted for surgery.

  • She went on to complete her paediatric course successfully, and undertook her final placement on the children’s unit. She completed and returned a pre-employment screening form that clearly stated that the information was confidential to the OHD.

  • Following pre-employment assessment, the OHD sent a letter to the unit manager recommending that the nurse X was not fit for the post. The letter gave details of the applicant’s past medical history including sickness-absence attributable to bouts of diarrhoea. It concluded that nurse X was unfit for the post because of the risk of cross infection.


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Confidentiality Scenario

  • Do you think there has been a breach of confidentiality?

  • What do you think the Unit Manager should do – should she be employed?


Confidentiality scenario the results
Confidentiality ScenarioThe Results

  • The manager informed nurse X of the detail of the letter, because of the excellent standards of practice that nurse X had demonstrated while on placement at the unit, the manager took the decision to disregard the recommendation of the OHD and employed her.


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Confidentiality ScenarioThe Results

The Facts

  • This was a clear breach of confidentiality. At no time was consent sought or given for confidential medical details to be given to the unit manager.

  • Had the manager followed the recommendations of the OHD the applicant may have had sufficient grounds to take out a civil action for loss of earnings and distress.

  • The applicant does have sufficient grounds to take a grievance for professional misconduct to the GMC and/or the NMC.

  • Where misconduct is found, the GMC or NMC have the authority to investigate, warn and/or suspend and/or remove a practitioner from their registers.


Confidentiality scenario the results2
Confidentiality ScenarioThe Results

Conclusions

  • Where pre-employment forms clearly state that information given is confidential to the OHD the information must be treated as such, unless there is explicit consent.

  • Where information has to be discussed with third parties so that the employer can make reasonable adjustments under the Disability Discrimination Act, the applicant should be fully informed.


Studying with technology bibliographical databases 2

Author(s): Raffetto, J. D.; Ross, R. L.; Khalil, R. A.

Article Title: Matrix metalloproteinase 2–induced venous

dilation via hyperpolarization and activation of

K+ channels: Relevance to varicose vein

formation

Journal Title: JOURNAL OF VASCULAR SURGERY

ISSN: 0741-5214

Year: 2007

Volume/Issue: VOL 45; NUMBER 2

Page(s): 373-380

Frequency: Monthly: 9-14 issues per year

Publisher: United States : Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam

Language: English

Dewey Class: 617.41

LC Class: RD598

BLDSC shelfmark: 5072.270000

ZETOC ID: RN202108529


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