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What is Institutional Responsibility?

Posted by Doctor Dan on Aug 23, 2016 9:52:53 AM

Every healthcare unit has to follow code of ethics and social responsibilities. The purpose of having this code of ethics and regulations is to ensure people are not discriminated on the grounds of disabilities and standards are maintained. All kinds of institutions are meant to adhere to these codes of ethics and policies. This protects the individuals from violation of their rights.

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Protect the Honor of Profession

The institutional responsibilities are implemented in every professional field to ensure the honor of the profession per se. This is to impose rules and laws that prevent illegal and unethical behavior that harms individuals as well as institutions. Committees and authorities review these laws and policies and investigate for any unlawful behavior. This ensures best of professional competence and makes sure that only those who are qualified are given the professional status.

Whistleblowers of Good Faith

Their job is to complain about bad behavior or any activity that destroys the honor of the profession or any organization. Such whistleblowers are always protected and so are their identities. The information given by them is objectively evaluated in public as well as private. The allegations have to be valid to be able to protect the identity of the whistleblower.

Full Examination and Cooperation

The researchers examine every aspect of allegations and the respondents are expected to fully cooperate in these investigations. This prohibits unlawful discrimination of anyone with disabilities or real potential. It also helps sustain quality of the operational procedures of any organization. Also, should there be a required for additional training in any department, the same can be provided based on these investigations.

Conclusion

Institutions across various fields follow these policies and meet these standards to ensure smoother running of all the operations across various departments. These are the kinds of standard policies and code of ethics that cannot be compromised.

 

Topics: Drug Safety