clinical responsibility

clinical responsibility

Any task or duty involving the professional component of medical practice, which requires the exercise of clinical judgement with respect to Pt care. Cf Administrative responsibility.
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PARAMEDICS are set to benefit from a new pay deal to reflect the growing clinical responsibility of their jobs.
3 Your supervisor retains position to oversee the work clinical responsibility for the undertaken and ready to intervene patient if necessary in order to protect patients 9.
This clinical scenario and the strong interest from patients will create a considerable clinical responsibility for surgical pathologists to provide this testing in both small biopsies/cytology specimens and in resection specimens.
will be comfortable with direct treatment of perinatal psychiatric illness or the extent to which they view this as part of their clinical responsibility remains to be seen.
However, concerns were raised around determining where clinical responsibility for the patient lay, and to what extent malpractice liability would attach to doctors who perform telemedicine services from outside the UAE as well as for visiting doctors inside the UAE working on the new 'visiting doctor' licenses.
The concept of a single point of clinical responsibility has long been a foundation of sound community behavioral healthcare systems, although the execution has been challenging given the fragmentation in financing for care.
Professionalism, work, and clinical responsibility in pharmacy.
But the internist would maintain overall clinical responsibility for the patient's care, according to an example offered in the ACP blueprint.
In their study of incorrectly diagnosed children without HIV infection referred to a large paediatric antiretroviral therapy (ART) clinic, Feucht and co-workers also allude to clinical responsibility.
Pathway analysis suggested that doctors who experienced increased time demands, organizational constraints, and a lack of personal confidence perceived their consultants as less supportive, whereas those who experienced greater clinical responsibility perceived their supervisors as more supportive.
Dr Kevin Hancock, who practises at Liverpool Women's Hospital and sat on the expert panel advising the department of health on the PIP health scare, said: "We are very much of the opinion that private clinics and surgeries which carried out this procedure have a moral and clinical responsibility to these patients.
The questionnaire asked the midwives to state whether they had continued to provide care when transfer of clinical responsibility had occurred.

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