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Hospital Discipline, Dr. Sourabh Deshmukh, M.D. (Ayu), Lecturer Dept. of Kayachikitsa & R.M.O. M.G.A.C.H & R.C

Hospital Discipline, Dr. Sourabh Deshmukh, M.D. (Ayu), Lecturer Dept. of Kayachikitsa & R.M.O. M.G.A.C.H & R.C

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  • 1. Hospital DisciplineHospital Discipline MAHATMA GANDHI AYURVEDA COLLEGE,MAHATMA GANDHI AYURVEDA COLLEGE, HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTREHOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTRE Dr. Sourabh Deshmukh M.D. (Ayu) Lecturer Dept. of Kayachikitsa & R.M.O. M.G.A.C.H & R.C.
  • 2. Discipline Vs Self disciplineDiscipline Vs Self discipline  DisciplineDiscipline -- A systemA system ofof rules of conduct orrules of conduct or method of practicemethod of practice oror  The trait of beingThe trait of being well behavedwell behaved  Self disciplineSelf discipline -- The act of denyingThe act of denying yourself; controlling your impulsesyourself; controlling your impulses
  • 3. DisciplineDiscipline The wordThe word ““disciplinediscipline”” is derived from the Latin wordis derived from the Latin word ““disciplinadisciplina””,, which meanswhich means ––  teaching,teaching,  learning andlearning and  growing.growing. DisciplineDiscipline is the process of training a worker so that heis the process of training a worker so that he can develop selfcan develop self--control and can become more effectivecontrol and can become more effective in his work.in his work.
  • 4. Professional BehaviourProfessional Behaviour  Make your self a note that you are not doctorMake your self a note that you are not doctor  You are learning the skills from your teacherYou are learning the skills from your teacher  Your behaviour should makeYour behaviour should make ––  positive attitude to create environment that is safe forpositive attitude to create environment that is safe for patients.patients.  You are not giving any opportunity or favour to theYou are not giving any opportunity or favour to the patientpatient ––  The patient is giving the opportunity of learning to youThe patient is giving the opportunity of learning to you  DonDon’’t peep in to the personal life of patientt peep in to the personal life of patient ––  It may have an impact on their mind and diseaseIt may have an impact on their mind and disease
  • 5. Good Patient CareGood Patient Care  Respect the feelings of patient and take careRespect the feelings of patient and take care  Patients treatment & care should be top priorityPatients treatment & care should be top priority  DonDon’’t mislead patients it may impact to your career.t mislead patients it may impact to your career.  DonDon’’t discriminate patients by your actiont discriminate patients by your action  Patient safety is preferred by all aspectsPatient safety is preferred by all aspects  Intimate your teacher / Hospital authorities in case anyIntimate your teacher / Hospital authorities in case any unusual observationsunusual observations
  • 6. Discipline in CareDiscipline in Care  Be in limitations and ask help when needed.  Respect the decisions of teacher & care the patient  Make sure that patient is attended for any compliant made  Be aware that you must acquire knowledge, skills and professional attitudes in order to built the career
  • 7. Never & NeverNever & Never  DonDon’’t use your cellt use your cell phone while learningphone while learning or attending theor attending the patientpatient  DonDon’’t be fancy witht be fancy with earphones forearphones for attending phone orattending phone or musicmusic
  • 8. Dress CodeDress Code  Be simple as much as youBe simple as much as you cancan  Never to have anyNever to have any provocative dressprovocative dress  Your dress and neatnessYour dress and neatness should reflect the Healthyshould reflect the Healthy atmosphereatmosphere  Be with pen, writing pads,Be with pen, writing pads, stethoscope, kneestethoscope, knee hammer, torch and Apronhammer, torch and Apron
  • 9. TrainingTraining -- Appraising andAppraising and AssessingAssessing  Demonstrate the skills you developDemonstrate the skills you develop  Contribute your knowledge & skills toContribute your knowledge & skills to your colleaguesyour colleagues –– it is a part of trainingit is a part of training  The training should be appraised by yourThe training should be appraised by your self & teacher periodicallyself & teacher periodically  Be regular to give feedbacks on the qualityBe regular to give feedbacks on the quality & quantity of teaching & training& quantity of teaching & training
  • 10.  Some areas ofSome areas of misconduct couldmisconduct could lead a medicallead a medical student beingstudent being referred forreferred for suspension orsuspension or sanctions beingsanctions being imposed to jailed.imposed to jailed. Warning !Warning !
  • 11. Areas ofAreas of misconductmisconduct Examples of misconductExamples of misconduct CriminalCriminal conviction orconviction or cautioncaution  Child pornographyChild pornography  TheftTheft  Financial fraudFinancial fraud  Possession of illegal substancesPossession of illegal substances  Child abuse or any other abuseChild abuse or any other abuse  Physical violencePhysical violence
  • 12. Areas ofAreas of misconductmisconduct Examples of misconductExamples of misconduct Drug or alcoholDrug or alcohol misusemisuse  Drunk drivingDrunk driving  Alcohol consumption that affectsAlcohol consumption that affects clinical work or environmentclinical work or environment  Dealing, possessing or using illegalDealing, possessing or using illegal drugs even if there are no legaldrugs even if there are no legal proceedingsproceedings
  • 13. Areas ofAreas of misconductmisconduct Examples of misconductExamples of misconduct Aggressive, violentAggressive, violent or threateningor threatening behaviourbehaviour  AssaultAssault  Physical violencePhysical violence  AbuseAbuse
  • 14. Persistent inappropriatePersistent inappropriate attitude or behaviourattitude or behaviour  Uncommitted to workUncommitted to work  Neglect of administrative tasksNeglect of administrative tasks  Poor time managementPoor time management  NonNon--attendanceattendance
  • 15. CheatingCheating  Cheating in examinationsCheating in examinations  Passing off othersPassing off others’’ work as onework as one’’ss ownown Dishonesty or fraud,Dishonesty or fraud, including dishonestyincluding dishonesty outside the professional roleoutside the professional role  Falsifying researchFalsifying research  Financial fraudFinancial fraud
  • 16. Unprofessional behaviourUnprofessional behaviour or attitudesor attitudes Misleading patients about theirMisleading patients about their care orcare or treatmenttreatment Sexual harassmentSexual harassment Inappropriate examinations or failureInappropriate examinations or failure to keep appropriate boundaries into keep appropriate boundaries in behaviourbehaviour Persistent rudeness to patients,Persistent rudeness to patients, colleagues or otherscolleagues or others Unlawful discriminationUnlawful discrimination
  • 17. It is time to return toIt is time to return to core values, time tocore values, time to get back to basics ,get back to basics , to selfto self--discipline anddiscipline and respect for the law,respect for the law, to consideration forto consideration for the others, tothe others, to acceptingaccepting responsibility forresponsibility for yourself and youryourself and your familyfamily -- and notand not shuffling it off onshuffling it off on other people andother people and the state.the state. -- JJohn Majorohn Major
  • 18. Dr. Sourabh Deshmukh Special Thanks to Ayurmitra Dr.KSR Prasad

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