professional accountability

professional accountability

The accountability of a worker to others in areas related to professional judgement and activities. In the UK doctors are professionally accountable to a trust’s Medical Director.
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Phillip Caper, MD, of Dartmouth Medical School describes this lack of professional accountability as an "epidemic timidity" characteristic of doctors and hospitals who "resist taking systematic responsibility for the social implications of their clinical decisions.
The Jabil model has always focused on delivering the highest level of customer service by utilizing a lean business structure with a very high level of professional accountability, at all levels of the company.
I contribute to continuous quality improvement in work practices, and demonstrate professional accountability and leadership, along with health promotion.
A review of the requirements related to WOC nursing and professional accountability.
Meanwhile, other experienced colleagues were leaving as they felt their professional accountability was being compromised and they also felt bullied.
A professional nursing voice ensures there is a clear line of professional accountability from the nurse at the bedside through to the nursing director.
Professional accountability in which public officials drew their codes of conduct from a body of professional knowledge and expertise had been undermined by NPM and the new governance arrangements, as individuals and groups were expected to put aside their professional training and experience in the interests of the public weal.
Maggie states: 'Many health visitors have serious professional concerns over directives that can compromise their professional accountability and override their professional autonomy as an NMC registrant.
However, a body of evidence is emerging that indicates professional clinical supervision provides peer support and stress relief for nurses, as well as promoting professional accountability and knowledge development.
The day is seen as a contribution towards the achievement of a workforce which is aware of its professional accountability, is up to date with what works in practice, and is, as a result, confident and well informed.
The 'Plan to Restore Efficiency and Professional Accountability in Responding to Emergencies' Act -- the PREPARE Act -- will address the operational problems at FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security.
This is because we would not only be failing to protect those children in our care, but also putting their families and the wider community at unnecessary risk, as well as being in breach of our professional accountability.
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