Resident Rights: Confidentiality

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1.00 hour
Level 1

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About the Course

This course is approved for 1.00 continuing education credit by the American Medical Certification Association. This course takes approximately 1 hour to complete.

Course Description

As nursing assistants, you have the most direct contact with residents, and therefore, learn a lot of personal information about each of them. Residents' personal information is private or confidential, and should only be used in the treatment of that resident. This lesson will provide the student with the necessary information to:

Learning Objectives

1. Define the term confidentiality 2. Identify the resident rights requirements for confidentiality 3. List the different types of confidential information 4. List three methods to protect confidential resident information

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