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chp 3 legal and ethnical issues
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knowledge of right and wrong
tell us what we must do
means harming a person physically, metally, or emotionally by failing to provide needed care.
purposely harming a persom by failing to provide needed care
unintionally harming a person physically, mentally, or emotionally by failing to provide needed care.
means actions, or the failure to act or provide the proper care for a client, that results in unintended injury.
means purposely causing physical, metal, or emotional pain or injury to someone.
name 10 other different types of abuse
psychological or mental abuse
refers to any treatment, intentional or unintentional, that causes harm to the clients body
psychological or mental abuse
any behavior that causea the client to feel threatened, feraful, intimidated, or humiliated in any way
oral or written words, pictures, or gestures that threaten, embarass, or insult a client
threatening to touch a person without his or her permission. the person feels fearful that he or she will be harmed.
means a person is actually touched without his or her permission.
forcing a client to perform or participate in sexual acts against his or her will
stealing, taking advantage of, or improperly using the money, property, or other assets of another
is abuse by spouses, intimate partners, or family members. it can be physical, sexual, or emotional, the victim can be a man or woman of any ae, or a child.
is abuse of caregivers or team members by clients or other team members. it can be physical, verbal, or sexual, this includes improper touching and discussion about sexual subjects
is confinement or separation from others into a separate physical space. it is done without consent or against one's will.
is any unwelcome sexual advance r behavior that creates an intimidatin, hostile or offensive working environment. request for sexaul favors, unwanted touching, and other acts of a sexual nature are ex.
is the use of legal or illegal drugs, cigarettes or alcohol in a way that harms oneself or others
means to keep private things private
under this law a person's health information must be kept private is called
protected health information
legal documents that allow people to choose what medical care tehy wish to have if they cannot make those decisions themselves
states the medical care a person wants, or does not want, in case he or she becomes unable to make those decisions him or herself. takes effect while the person is still living.
durable power or attorney for health care
is a signed, dated, and witnessed paper that appoints someone else to make the medical decisions for a person in the event he or she becomes unable to do so. this can include instructions about medical treatment the person wants to avoid.
dnr order tells medical professionals not to perform CPR if the persons heart and breathing stops.
Suppose that you own a 10-acre plot of land that you would like to rent out to wheat farmers. For them, bringing in a harvest involves $30 per acre for seed,$80 per acre for fertilizer, and $70 per acre for equipment rentals and labor. With these inputs, the land will yield 40 bushels of wheat per acre. If the price at which wheat can be sold is$5 per bushel and if farmers want to earn a normal profit of $10 per acre, what is the most that any farmer would pay to rent your 10 acres? What if the price of wheat rose to$6 per bushel?
Mercury Delivery Service completed the following transactions involving equipment. ***Year 1*** Jan. $1$ - Paid $\$25,860$ cash plus $\$1,810$ in sales tax for a new delivery van that was estimated to have a five-year life and a $\$3,670$ salvage value. Van costs are recorded in the Equipment account. $3$ - Paid $\$1,850$ to install sorting racks in the van for more accurate and quicker delivery of packages. This increases the estimated salvage value of the van by another $\$230$. Dec. $31$ - Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the van. ***Year 2*** Jan. $1$ - Paid $\$2,064$ to overhaul the van’s engine, which increased the van’s useful life by two years. May $10$ - Paid $\$800$ for minor repairs to the van after the driver backed it into a loading dock. Dec. $31$ - Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the van. Required Prepare journal entries to record these transactions and events.
You wish to retire in $14$ years, at which time you want to have accumulated enough money to receive an annual annuity of $\$17,000$ for $19$ years after retirement. During the period before retirement you can earn $8$ percent annually, while after retirement you can earn $10$ percent on your money. What annual contributions to the retirement fund will allow you to receive the $\$17,000$ annuity?
Suppose a final exam contains $120$ multiplechoice questions with $5$ choices for each answer, and a poorly prepared student knows the answers to $60$ questions and guesses on the other $60$. What is the probability that she will answer $60 \%$ of the questions correctly? More than $60 \%$ correctly?
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