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Delitev pristojnosti pri izvajanju pojasnilne dolžnosti na relaciji medicinska sestra - zdravnik v ambulantni obravnavi : diplomsko delo
Poljšak, Kristina-Marija (Author), Ivanc, Blaž (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Brecelj, Erik (Co-mentor), Sotler, Robert (Reviewer)

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Uvod: Pojasnilna dolžnost v ambulantni zdravstveni oskrbi je ključna za visokokakovostno zdravstveno obravnavo. Pacientova seznanjenost in privolitev v zdravstveno obravnavo sta pravica pacienta ter dolžnost in pravica zdravstvenih delavcev. Različni pristopi, vrste in oblike pomenijo možnost izvrševanja pojasnilne dolžnosti na različno učinkovit način. Obligacija podajanja pojasnila je opredeljena v aktualnih zakonih in etičnih kodeksih stroke. Primeri sodne prakse kažejo na odstopanja pri izvajanju pojasnilne dolžnosti. Namen: Namen diplomskega dela je raziskati literaturo o dolžnosti izvajanja pojasnilne dolžnosti. Metode dela: Uporabljena je bila deskriptivna – raziskovalna metoda z analizo relevantne literature in pravnih virov o podajanju in delitvi pojasnilne dolžnosti, vključujoč pacientovo pravico do zasebnosti. Rezultati: Prikazani rezultati so opredeljeni po trenutni ureditvi v Sloveniji; zdravniške pristojnosti opredeljuje poseben zakon, pristojnosti zdravstvene nege pa so določene v dokumentu o kompetencah, ki ga je potrdilo Ministrstvo za zdravje. Razprava in zaključek: Študije o informiranem soglasju kažejo, da imajo medicinske sestre premalo znanja s področja izvajanja pojasnilne dolžnosti. Pojavljajo se etična vprašanja in dileme, potreba po izobraževanju o izvajanju pojasnilne dolžnosti. Pri pacientih se v primeru nepopolno opravljene pojasnilne dolžnosti pojavljajo odstopanja v zdravstveni oskrbi. Pojasnilna dolžnost in njena delitev v ambulantnem zdravstvenem timu nista jasno definirani v vsebinskem in pravnem kontekstu.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:diplomska dela, zdravstvena nega, medicinske sestre, zdravniki, telemedicina, pojasnilna dolžnost, informirano soglasje, zakon
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:ZF - University College of Health Studies
Year:2021
Publisher:[K.-M. Poljšak]
Number of pages:31 str.
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:616-083
COBISS.SI-ID:73277955 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Division of responsibility in the performance of explanatory duty in the nurse - doctor in ambulatory care : diploma work
Abstract:
Introduction: Duty of disclosure in outpatient care is of key importance to high-quality medical treatment. Patient awareness and consent to medical treatment are the patient's right, as well as the duty and right of healthcare professionals. Various approaches, types and forms mean the possibility of performing the duty of disclosure in differently effective ways. The obligation to provide disclosure is defined in current laws and codes of ethics. Examples of case law indicate deviations in the performance of the duty of disclosure. Purpose: The purpose of the diploma work is to research the literature on the obligation to perform the duty of disclosure. Methods: A descriptive research method was used with an analysis of the relevant literature and legal sources on the provision and division of the duty of disclosure, including the patient's right to privacy. Results: The presented results are defined according to the current regulation in Slovenia; medical competences are defined by a special law, and nursing care competences are defined in a document on competences approved by the Ministry of Health. Discussion and conclusion: Informed consent studies show that nurses have insufficient knowledge in the field of disclosure duty. Ethical issues and dilemmas arise, as well as the need for education on the performance of the duty of disclosure. In the case of incomplete duty of disclosure, patients experience deviations in medical care. The duty of disclosure and its division in the outpatient medical team are not clearly defined in the content and legal context.

Keywords:diploma theses, nursing care, nurses, doctors, telemedicine, duty of disclosure, informed consent, law

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