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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3948762

Within the RCC framework, these findings can be seen as previously undefined ... Medical assistants (MAs) have become the primary clinical assistant in family .... test results, answering patient questions, and performing clinical procedures. ... and familiarity was generated through years of working together and a congenial ...

highered.mheducation.com/sites/dl/free/007294577x/138260/Chapter03.pdf

Perform within legal and ethical boundaries ... Does the medical assistant's comment represent a breach of confidentiality? 2. ..... plied physician-patient contract includes requirements like ... If the doctor you work with becomes involved in a.

www.ethics.va.gov/docs/necrpts/NEC_Report_20030701_Ethical_Boundaries_Pt-Clinician_Relationship.pdf

Jul 1, 2003 ... A boundary violation occurs when a health care professional's behavior ... ethically problematic when they can reasonably be expected to ... The principles and responsibilities of medical professionalism must be clearly ... Physicians defines the ethics of the patient-physician relationship in ..... Social Work.

www.anthem.edu/medical-assistant-school/ethics

Medical assistants facing ethical issues—such as working with family ... that only a physician (or in some states, physician assistant) can renew a prescription. ... Much of the work a medical assistant performs needs to be documented into a ...

www.medicalassistantcertification.org/medical-ethics

Sep 23, 2014 ... Physicians, nurses, and medical assistants all follow a code of ethics. ... and shall safeguard patient confidences and privacy within the constraints of the law. ... Established standards in medical ethics can help working professionals ... For example, a physician who performs abortions or assisted suicide, ...

depts.washington.edu/bioethx/topics/spirit.html

Aug 7, 2014 ... In addition, professional ethics requires physicians to not impinge their beliefs on ... into the possibility that within the boundaries of medical ethics and .... to the spiritual needs of the patient, but can enjoy the team work of well ...

www.medicalboard.gov.au/documents/default.aspx?record=WD10%2F1277&dbid=AP&chksum=eNjZ0Z%2FajN7oxjvHXDRQnQ%3D%3D

5 Working within the health care system. 10 ... ethical and professional conduct expected of doctors by ... It brings together, ... code or guidelines can ever encompass every situation ..... Doctors have a vital role in assisting the community to deal .... performing poorly. ... Professional boundaries are integral to a good doctor–.

www.nationalahec.org/pdfs/vsrt-team-based-care-principles-values.pdf

American Academy of Physician Assistants. Sally Okun .... port that team care can be cumbersome and may increase medical errors. 14 ... Despite the pervasiveness of people working together in health care, the explicit uptake ... and has defined four domains of core competencies: values/ethics, roles/ responsibilities, com-.

news-center.aapa.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2016/12/FPA_TF-Reference-in-Current-AAPA-Policy-Manual-9-2016.pdf

Within the physician-PA relationship, PAs provide patient-centered medical ... the Guidelines for Ethical Conduct is a professional responsibility that ... AAPA believes that telemedicine can improve access to cost-effective, ..... individual patient–PA relationship is based on mutual respect and an agreement to work together.

pacboard.org/2016/03/09/patient-advocacy-vs-medical-advocacy-view-from-the-pacb

Mar 9, 2016 ... Advocates work directly with clients (or with their legal ... Taken together, all of this information tells us what a patient advocate does: ... The first Ethical Standard of PACB is very clear that a patient ... Second, the clinical aspects of “medical advocacy” can have very .... Dr John Doe MD Physician (GIT). 4.