Asked by: Cayetano Nasledovasked in category: General Last Updated: 16th January, 2020
What are examples of confidentiality?
- name, date of birth, age, sex and address.
- current contact details of family, guardian etc.
- bank details.
- medical history or records.
- personal care issues.
- service records and file progress notes.
- individual personal plans.
- assessments or reports.
Herein, what are some examples of confidentiality?
Here're some examples of ways you could unintentionally break patient/therapist confidentiality:
- Sharing confidential information about a client with a family member or friend.
- Talking about confidential information somewhere you can be overheard.
- Leaving your computer containing confidential information open to others.
Subsequently, question is, what is confidentiality in the workplace? Maintaining confidentiality in the workplace is important for building and maintaining trust, and for ensuring an open and honest communication between customers, clients and employees. Workplace confidentiality can be defined as keeping the employee, customer and client information private.
Subsequently, question is, how do you define confidentiality?
- spoken, written, acted on, etc., in strict privacy or secrecy; secret: a confidential remark.
- indicating confidence or intimacy; imparting private matters: a confidential tone of voice.
- having another's trust or confidence; entrusted with secrets or private affairs: a confidential secretary.
What are the basic principles of confidentiality?
The 6 Principles of Confidentiality
- Justify the purpose(s)
- Don't use patient identifiable information unless it is absolutely necessary.
- Use the minimum necessary patient-identifiable information.
- Access to patient identifiable information should be on a strict need-to-know basis.