You have been appointed as a leader at The Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) in Saudi Arabia, to decide how should we deal with Facebook privacy in Saudi. You will be the leader of a big team and you are required to have an initial plan for this mission. Using your knowledge and creative thinking, please write the initial plan that concerns reviwing Facebook practices and deciding the new Saudi law to deal with these unethical practices.
distressed because of the amount of pain she was suffering. When you went to her room she would take your hand for comfort. When one particular auxiliary nurse took food or drinks to her she would literally “drop the food and run” when I asked her why she did this her answer “Because she touches me”. I saw this as discriminatory and contravening patient equality. We need to always be aware of our own views and prejudices and never inflict them on others, especially people in our care. We work as part of a multi-disciplinary team and it is important for us to have knowledge and an understanding of the role each member plays, together with each other’s strengths and weaknesses. Good team working requires effective communication and cooperation, the whole team working together to achieve a common goal. Kenworthy (2002) advocates the need to understand how the team is made up remembering that each patient will have his own team. I was fortunate whilst on placement to attend a team meeting in preparation for a patient discharge. I had not appreciated the number of people who would be involved, social workers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, district nurse, family members, I found it to be an interesting and valuable learning experience. I also witnessed professional argument within the multi-disciplinary team. A patient was medically fit for discharge, but the nursing team argued that socially intervening factors rendered her home environment as not considered safe for her biological well-being. Other members disagreed and felt that social factors were outside of nursing control. If we are truly giving holistic care then all factors need to be considered, and I felt the nursing staff were correct in their objection. A therapeutic relationship develops as we care for our patient; we assess, evaluate and implement our care plan. We give thought to the patient as an individual, with rights and needs. We find the best method of communication and we aim for holistic care to treat the whole person. Caring is a team effort, about doing the very best for a person in your care, it is the therapeutic relationship which is at the heart of this care. Within this >GET ANSWER