Medicine, Health & Food

Medicine, Health & Food

Ethics of Nursing in Australia: a Review

Pages: 4  ,  Volume: 15  ,  Issue: 1 , October   2018
Received: 01 Nov 2018  ,  Published: 08 November 2018
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Authors

# Author Name
1 Ayesha Amin
2 Arifa Tahir
3 Faiza Anum
4 Shahid Raza
5 Ayesha Alam

Abstract

Numerous secondary teachers has understudy lost their life by unimportant conduct of clinic staff. Staff was more worried about the strength of understudies who remains at school inn because of restricted medicinal treatment offices. Numerous secondary school understudies from various schools determined to have cholera and this infection was spread in different understudies who were remaining outside school inn. Numerous understudies lived in private property close school far from home. Understudies kicked the bucket dried out and passed on following one hour of achieving home. There are numerous moral issues rise up out of this case. Above all else, the school and its inn are not giving sterile water or sustenance and playing with lives of kids. Besides, the doctor's facility staff who limits treatment to just those understudies who remained at school inn while different understudies are likewise subsidiary with same school and paying same charge costs. They should contact to Australian government for the financing to treat understudies or school ought to be in charge of this issue and need to offer assets to treat understudies and update restorative treatment for their understudies.

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