TR 3- Inappropriate Communication
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hey, how's it going? so did you see her??
Dr. Smith's patient? she looks like a total mess. Don't know what he can do to help that total loss...
haha, yeah right?!
that patient is a total drugee! I don't know how Dr. Smith will do it
Members of the healthcare team are seen above. 2 nurses and a doctor...
That's crappy to hear. I didn't realize people were like this here
Those in healthcare must be thoughtful as gossiping emphasizes the behavior and characteristics of an individual (Stenberg Moodle Resource, 2017, pp. 216-217).
the 2 nurses are openly engaging in dialogue concerning a doctors patient, not being respectful of patient confidentiality
another fellow healthcare team member joins in and starts giving her thoughts, also being disrespectful of patient confidentiality and clearly demonstrating unethical conduct
Meanwhile, Dr. Smith and another team member have overheard the other staff engaging in gossip...
The healthcare workers are talking about Dr. Smith's patient and poking fun at her status as well as questioning what the doctor will do to make her better; undermining his capabilities and work.
Stenberg College Moodle (2017). Chapter 17: Responding to Inappropriate Communication. Retrieved from https://stenbergcollege.mrooms3.net/mod/folder/view.php?id=221833
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