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There are different documents setting out rights, and the one that applies depends on where care is given. Staff must be familiar with and protect each patient’s rights. A copy of the Residents’ Rights is given to each person upon admission to a long-term care facility (Figure 3-1). The Patients’ Bill of Rights is given to patients upon admission to a hospital. Persons receiving care in their homes are given a copy of the Clients’ Rights. Each of these documents is similar and emphasizes the right of the patient, resident, or client to: ● Be treated with respect and dignity; this includes the right to privacy and confidentiality.
The name badge may state only your first name and title. Some facilities do not list workers’ last names on name badges, as a security measure. Wear your uniform only when you are on duty. If your facility provides an area for changing your uniform, take advantage of it. If not, wear a cover-up as you travel to and from work so you will not spread germs. When you get home, remove your uniform, fold it inside out, and put it in the laundry. This keeps the dirtiest part of your uniform away from other clothes.
Tell the nurse. d. tell the physician. 4. You demonstrate maturity by a. rushing assignments. b. being disrespectful to coworkers. qxd 24 4/20/09 2:43 PM Page 24 SECTION 1 Introduction to Nursing Assisting c. “bending” the rules. d. reporting for duty on time. 5. The OBRA laws of 1987 govern a. hospital accreditation. b. infection control issues. c. nursing assistant education. d. employee health. 6. Nursing care is a. occupationally oriented. b. patient-focused. c. cross-trained. d. physician directed.