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    Post Code of ethics in Maldives

    Code of ethics Maldives

    Introduction:
    A doctor’s foremost concern must be the patient and the medical care delivered. This involves:
    2.1.1 Taking a good history and an appropriate physical examination. Both should include the patient’s views and relevant psychological, social and cultural aspects.
    2.1.2 Providing a good management plan (includes investigations, treatment, advice and follow up where applicable.)
    2.1.3 Seeking help or reference to another doctor in the best interests of the patient.
    2.1.4 Respecting patients’ views or opinions, and exercising patients’ right to take their own decisions.
    2.2 Good patient care:
    Good medical practice engrosses an adequate level of competence and professional conduct. This includes:
    2.2.1 Practicing within the boundaries of your scope of practice and know the limits to your competence.
    2.2.2 Obtaining knowledge and skills to provide a safe and effective care to the patients.
    2.2.3 Maintaining appropriate records of the patients. (for details: see section 8)
    2.2.4 Evaluating the risks and benefits in the decisions and opting for the best given the situation.
    2.2.5 Communicating in an effective and adequate manner. (for details: see section 3)
    2.2.6 Offering best available options of treatment.
    2.2.7 Providing care to alleviate distress and pain, whether a definite cure is achievable or not.
    2.2.8 Not impeding the patient to seek a second opinion in any form.
    2.2.9 Seeking advice and opinions from colleagues or seniors when needed.
    2.2.10 Using resources in a responsible and effective manner. (for details: see section 5)
    2.2.11 ensuring that your personal views do not interfere with the care brought to the patient.
    2.3 Access to medical care:
    The access to medical care has to be free from bias and discrimination.
    2.3.1 Respect has to be given to the patients at all times.
    2.3.2 Do not prejudice care, because you believe that the patient’s condition was brought on by their behavior.
    2.3.3 Execute your duty well and never discriminate a patient for race, religion, sex, age, any type of disability or other medically irrelevant grounds.
    2.3.4 Give priority in the treatment and investigations based on the need and its effectiveness.
    2.3.5 Create and maintain a safe environment for yourself, your staff and patients. If a situation arises where a patient poses as a risk, do not deny care if reasonable safety measures can be taken.
    2.3.6 Know your right in objecting to provide or participate in any sort of care where your knowledge objects to it. Inform the patient, and if relevant your colleagues.
    2.3.7 Personal or moral views should not impede access to medical care; however, you may decline to personally provide care if the patient’s condition allows it.


    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة khulood siddiqe ; 04-25-2017 الساعة 12:17 PM

 

 

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