Research puts it clear that healthcare research aids a patient and a client care through the provision of a unique scientifically based body of intensive knowledge used to make various decisions, practice and promote the professional role. The modern research protocols can be used by the medical providers to clearly evaluate the highest quality evidence as well as the current data of disease prevention, diagnosis, therapy dosage and their cost effectiveness. Generally, it includes the quality practices in healthcare under quality management practices in hospitals. The health provider is, therefore, obliged to learn and understand the clinical guidelines and it is upon the health provider to follow those protocols for an individual treatment (Fry, Veatch & Taylor, 2010).
The degree at which a person can be called a healthcare professional can only be judged as professional resides to a grater extend on the specialist knowledge and understanding that they can derive for practice. To establish specialist knowledge, it hugely depends on a scientific inquiry as it aids a professional understanding of a professional healthcare provider. It becomes evident that the role of healthcare provider is to offer a safe, and effective care for all patients and clients as it is required under the United States health professional code of conduct (Fry, Veatch & Taylor, 2010).
A clear understanding of statistics, therefore, is one of the roads to ensuring that professional practices are based on the best available evidence to date by which to offer the right treatment and care to the larger community. Both healthcare research and practice together apply processes which when correctly used improve on the patients' health. It becomes evident that any healthcare practice that is not researched and assessed makes a difference to the patients care and this might lead to death since these are termed as unsafe practices. Any research process that is not ethical and also well planned and organized can also have devastating effects on the patient's lives (Fry, Veatch & Taylor, 2010).
[...] How research protocol would impact the medical providers' practice? Research puts it clear that healthcare research aids a patient and a client care through the provision of a unique scientifically based body of intensive knowledge used to make various decisions, practice and promote the professional role. The modern research protocols can be used by the medical providers to clearly evaluate the highest quality evidence as well as the current data of disease prevention, diagnosis, therapy dosage and their cost effectiveness. [...]
[...] The act requires that all the patients' information should be protected and not mishandled. Once the patient's information is mishandled, all the professional healthcare providers involved with the disclosure will be held responsible. It is, therefore, not in order to disclose any sensitive information about the patient and this can lead to criminal and civil penalties for those responsible (Koch, 2008). The process of informed consent Informed consent is a prerequisite for a subject's participation in research process. It is a voluntary agreement to participate in research. [...]
[...] ISBN: 9781584262176 McCuen, C., Sayles, N. B., and Schnering, P. (2008). Case studies for health information management. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar, Cengage Learning. ISBN-13: Schnering, P. (2010). Professional review guide for the RHIA and RHIT examinations. (2010 Ed.) Clifton Park, NY: Delmar, Cengage Learning. [...]
[...] The secondary method of data collection included 15 journal articles from the university library, media reports and newspapers. Questions under study Is there a meaningful association between cancer and diabetes prognosis and incidences What risk factors are evident and common to both cancer and diabetes What are the possible biologic links between cancer and diabetes risk? Does diabetes treatments influence on cancer risks or cancer prognosis? Do the clinical physicians and nurses understand the clinical trials and are they involved in these trials? [...]
[...] It is required that the informed consent process should assure that the subjects clearly understands and gets what they are signing for (Koch, 2008). Bioethical issues in healthcare profession Bioethical issues are relevant to healthcare professionals work in everyday practices. According to bioethics, bioethical healthcare providers remain non autonomous decision makers. Healthcare ethics can be defined as the examination of all types of ethical and bioethical issues from the viewpoint of nursing theory and practice. This rests on the agreed core concepts of nursing namely, culture, care, person, and health, environment, healing and nursing itself (McCuen, Sayles & Schnering, 2008). [...]
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