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    Ministry Of Health, General Directorate Of Nursing anual     of     ursing    olicies and     rocedures    Prepared by: Nursing Policies and Procedures’ Committee 201 1 Supervised by: Dr. Munira Al Oseimy General Director of Nursing-MOH 2 nd  Edition NURSING ADMINISTRATION   _ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ __ ___ ____ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ Ministry of Health, Gener Functions and Duties Poli NURSING ADMINISTRATI T S.N  INDEXNUMBER 1. PATIENT RIGHTS AND REGNR-01-01 2. PEDIATRIC RIGHTS AND GUARDIANSGNR-01-02 3. NURSING PERFORMNCE GNR-01-03 4. PERFORMANCE APPRAIS REVIEWNEWGNR-01-04 5. RETENTION PLANNEWGNR-01-05 6. CHAINE OF COMAND & RNEWGNR-01-06 7. VACATION SCHEDULENEWGNR-01-07 8. SCHEDULINGNEWGNR-01-08 9. CHANGE OF DUTYNEWGNR-01-09 10. ON CALLNEWGNR-01-10 11. GUIDELINES FOR INTERN NEWGNR-01-11 12. FLOATING & CROSS TRAINEWGNR-01-12 13. DRESS CODE FOR NURSI GNR-01-13 14. NURSING CODE OF ETHICGNR-01-14 15. OPD STAFFING PLANNEWGNR-01-15 16. STAFFPLAN IN ORTHOPE NEWGNR-01-16 17. STAFFING PLAN IN OPER NEWGNR-01-17 18. STAFFING PLAN MEDICA NEWGNR-01-18 19. STAFFING PLAN IN SURGI NEWGNR-01-19 20. NURSING RESPONSIBILIT GNR-01-20 21. SENTINEL EVENT–ROOT GNR-01-21 22. NURSES ROLE IN INFOR GNR-01-22 23. NURSES ROLE ON PROTE CONFIDENTIALITYNEWGNR-01-23 24. PREVENTION OF INFANT\ DISASTERNEWGNR-01-24 25. CODE BLUE POLICYNEWGNR-01-25 26. CODE REDNEWGNR-01-26 27. CODE CRISISNEWGNR-01-27 28. VIOLENT PATIENT (  code vi NEWGNR-01-28 29. VIOLENT SITUATION IN ONEWGNR-01-29 30. EMERGENCY CALLNEWGNR-01-30 31. PATIENT FALLSNEWGNR-01-31 32. POLICE HOLDPOLICYNEWGNR-01-32 33. MAINTENANCE OF MEDIC NEWGNR-01-33 34. BCLS/ACLS CERTIFICATEGNR-01-34 35. NURSING ESCORT DUTYGNR-01-35  l Nursing Administration cies and Procedures N BLE OF CONTENTS S.N POLICY TITLE 1.  PONSIBILITIES 2.  ESPONSIBILITIES OF PARENTS / 3.  PPERISIAL 4.  L AND PEER PERFORMANCENEW 5.  NEW 6.  PORTINGNEW 7.  NEW 8. NEW 9.  NEW 10.  NEW 11.  L SWAPPING / TRANSFERNEW 12.  NINGNEW 13.  G STAFF 14.  S 15.  NEW 16.  DIC DEPARTMENT.NEW 17.  TING ROOMNEW 18.  WARDNEW 19.  CAL DEPARTMENTNEW 20.  IES IN QUALITY IMPROVEMENT 21.  CAUSE ANALYSIS 22.  ED CONSENT 23.  CTING PATIENT’S PRIVACY ANDNEW 24.  CHILDABDUCTION (CODE PINK)NEW 25.  NEW 26.  NEW 27.  NEW 28.   let )NEW 29.  DNEW 30.  NEW 31.  NEW 32.  NEW 33.  L EQUIPMENTNEW 34.   35.   S.N POLICY TITLE   INDEXUMBER 1. PATIENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIESNR-01-01 2. PEDIATRIC RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF PARENTS /GUARDIANSNR-01-02 3. NURSING PERFORMNCE APPERISIALNR-01-03 4. PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AND PEER PERFORMANCEREVIEWNEWNR-01-04 5. RETENTION PLANNEWNR-01-05 6. CHAINE OF COMAND & REPORTINGNEWNR-01-06 7. VACATION SCHEDULENEWNR-01-07 8. SCHEDULINGNEWNR-01-08 9. CHANGE OF DUTYNEWNR-01-09 10. ON CALLNEWNR-01-10 11. GUIDELINES FOR INTERNAL SWAPPING / TRANSFERNEWNR-01-11 12. FLOATING & CROSS TRAININGNEWNR-01-12 13. DRESS CODE FOR NURSING STAFFNR-01-13 14. NURSING CODE OF ETHICSNR-01-14 15. OPD STAFFING PLANNEWNR-01-15 16. STAFFPLAN IN ORTHOPEDIC DEPARTMENT.NEWNR-01-16 17. STAFFING PLAN IN OPERATING ROOMNEWNR-01-17 18. STAFFING PLAN MEDICAL WARDNEWNR-01-18 19. STAFFING PLAN IN SURGICAL DEPARTMENTNEWNR-01-19 20. NURSING RESPONSIBILITIES IN QUALITY IMPROVEMENTNR-01-20 21. SENTINEL EVENT–ROOT CAUSE ANALYSISNR-01-21 22. NURSES ROLE IN INFORMED CONSENTNR-01-22 23. NURSES ROLE ON PROTECTING PATIENT’S PRIVACY ANDCONFIDENTIALITYNEWNR-01-23 24. PREVENTION OF INFANT\CHILDABDUCTION (CODE PINK)DISASTERNEWNR-01-24 25. CODE BLUE POLICYNEWNR-01-25 26. CODE REDNEWNR-01-26 27. CODE CRISISNEWNR-01-27 28. VIOLENT PATIENT (  code violet )NEWNR-01-28 29. VIOLENT SITUATION IN OPDNEWNR-01-29 30. EMERGENCY CALLNEWNR-01-30 31. PATIENT FALLSNEWNR-01-31 32. POLICE HOLDPOLICYNEWNR-01-32 33. MAINTENANCE OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENTNEWNR-01-33 34. BCLS/ACLS CERTIFICATENR-01-34 35. NURSING ESCORT DUTYNR-01-35  Ministry of Health, Gener Functions and Duties Poli  ______________________  NURSING ADMINISTRATI T S.N  INDEXNUMBER 36. OCCURRENCE VARIANCE GNR-01-36 37. NURSINGCARE OF PATI GNR-01-37 38. NURSING MEETINGSGNR-01-38 39. General Environment ObsNEWGNR-01-39 40. Overtime (Backtime)NEWGNR-01-40 41. Physical Assault On Staff NEWGNR-01-41 42. Dirty Utility RoomNEWGNR-01-42 43.  l Nursing Administration cies and Procedures  ________________________   N BLE OF CONTENTS S.N POLICY TITLE 36.  REPORTING SYSTEM 37.  ENT AT END OF LIFE 38.   39.  rvationsNEW 40.  NEW 41.  NEW 42.  NEW 43.   S.N POLICY TITLE   INDEXUMBER 36. OCCURRENCE VARIANCE REPORTING SYSTEMNR-01-36 37. NURSINGCARE OF PATIENT AT END OF LIFENR-01-37 38. NURSING MEETINGSNR-01-38 39. General Environment ObservationsNEWNR-01-39 40. Overtime (Backtime)NEWNR-01-40 41. Physical Assault On Staff NEWNR-01-41 42. Dirty Utility RoomNEWNR-01-42 43. 44 GNR - 01-44SUPPLIES 45 GNR-01-45SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENTS CCCleanleanleanUUUtttilililititityyy RRRoooooommmNNNEEEWWWGGGNNNRRR---010101---434343 NEW NEW GNR-01-46 NEW MOI CASES  46  Ministry of Health, General Nursing AdministrationFunctions and Duties Policies and Procedures  ______________________________________________  NURSING ADMINISTRATIONADMINISTRATIVE POLICY AND PROCEDURE NURSINGAPPLIES TO:GNR: 01-01POLICY NUMBER: APP PATIENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES TITLE:EFFECTIVEDATE:APPROVAL DATE: 1of6 NUMBER OF PAGESDUE FOR REVIEW: 1.0 DEFINITION Patient rights and responsibilities-the doctrine of informed consent is that competentadult patients have a right of self-determination which include the right to refusetreatment. 2.0 PURPOSE To assist patients to know their basicrights and responsibilities as patients, tothemselves, the health care team and the institution. 3.0 POLICY 1.It is the responsibility of every members of the health care team to identify andadhere to patients’ rights and responsibilities that wouldpromote trust andrespect as part of the dimensions of patient care.2.It is the policy of the organization, that in order to protect the personal welfareand safeguard the dignity of every patients as human being, the hospital andmedical staff have adopted the following rights and responsibilities of patients. 4.0 RESPONSIBILITIES Nurses must respect clients’ right’s and abideby the Patient’s Bill of Rights. 5.0 MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT 1.Informed Consent IPP2.Discharged Against Medical Advise IPP  ADMIN-1

Rh Bill Case

Jul 23, 2017

[2014] SGHC 210

Jul 23, 2017
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