Conflicts and behavioral problems
You are working in a setting where an office has many conflicts and behavioral problems. How would you use the scientific method of Psychology to analyze these problems and develop a solution to address these problems? Describe what sources you would use to back up your findings and help you with your discovery. What types of questions would you ask different individuals in this setting? What are you going to do with your finding? What principles of Psychology can you apply to the analysis and solution to these problems?
The signs and symptoms of anaphylactic shock is a life-threatening allergic reaction. It requires immediate response, or the patient could die. Common antigens that are associated with allergic reaction or anaphylactic shock are certain foods such as nuts dairy, shellfish environmental allergens such as mold and pollen, insect stings, and medications. The symptoms range from nausea and vomiting to fever, rash or hives, back pain, bronchospasm, angioedema, circulatory collapse and feeling of impending doom (Randall, 2018). If anaphylactic shock is suspected the nurse would need to take specific steps. First stop any medications that are being given and notify the doctor. Assessing patients vitals signs, especially oxygen saturation and heart rate. Prepare for emergency response giving oxygen, IV fluids and epinephrine either IM or SQ. albuterol inhaler may be needed to help the patient breath, along with steroids and antihistamines. We need to be familiar with facilities protocol when it comes to allergic reactions. Educating our patient on the proper use of epi pens and when to use them would also be needed (Randall, 2018). There are other reasons for shortness of air, circulatory collapse, we need to make sure the cause of these symptoms. Anaphylaxis symptoms usually occur within minutes of exposure to an allergen. Sometimes, however, it can occur a half-hour or longer after exposure (“”anaphylaxis,”” n.d.).
Educating the patient on wearing a medical alert bracelet, keeping an epi-pen on their person, knowing signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction and knowing when to go to the emergency room. Reading labels to make sure of what is in your food and keeping a strict eye on their environment (“”anaphylaxis,”” n.d.). Watching for signs of allergic reaction and making sure to know what to do in an emergency
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How can we use technology and legislation to prevent workplace discrimination?
Technology and legislation can be used to prevent discrimination by creating apps and other internet platforms to helps explain to candidates based on their experience, education, and job description they can tell you how much you would be making in that position. It can also show users what it would be like to work in these companies the pros and cons. It also helps to find a wider diverse set of candidates for the positions they are looking to hire.
How should the HR professional approach privacy issues in the workplace?
When it comes to Privacy issues HR professionals need to make sure that they do not step over bound with what information can be tracked or obtained and what information cannot. The reason for this is because there is a privacy act that in place to help keep individuals safe from information being misused by employers or employees. HR professionals need to ensure that they monitor customer privacy, employee privacy, internet security, emails, computers, information on the cloud, health and personal information just to name a few. If HR professionals do not communicate correctly the privacy laws and the company’s privacy laws, there can be lawsuits or even loss of revenue. It is imperative that they know how important it is to communicate the importance of privacy at the business to employees and explain what is covered under the privacy laws. For example if you are working at an elementary school with students with IEP’s their information at the meeting is held to confidential and if you speak with someone about it that is not supposed to know you could be fired for breach of confidentiality.
Why are clear expectations important?
Clear expectations ae important because you know exactly what is expected of you. When you explain what the privacy laws of the company and the state is to the employees they understand what can be said what cannot, what can be posted on social media and what can not especially if it is going against the company you can loose your job. If you do something illegal and it was posted on social media and it goes against the company’s policy, you can lose your job. Being aware of what is expected of you and keeping with the privacy laws can save you and the company lawsuits in the long run. It also helps employees to stay on task and stay on the goals that the company has laid out. It also helps them to reach their goals that the company has for them.
What added considerations might HR have in the health care field?