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Profession Behavior

Professional Behavior

QuestionAnswer
Loyalty A faithfulness or allegiance to a cause
Dependability Capable of being depended on; worthy of trust; reliable
Courtesy The showing of politeness in one's attitude and behavior toward others.
Flexibility The quality of bending easily without breaking
Confidentiality Any information gathered about a participant must not be revealed without the participants consent.
Attitude A positive or negative evaluation or belief held about something, which in turn may affect one's behavior.
Baggage Powerful issues that partners are unaware of, unable to talk about, or unwilling to talk about; Based on unresolved current and painful issues
Personal Problems During working hours, our thoughts should be on the job at hand, especially when we are dealing with patients.
Rumors Unofficial pieces of information of interest to organizational members but with no identifiable source.
Grape Vine An informal way of spreading information or rumors through conversation
Personal calls The use of the office telephone is never appropriate for these
personal Business It should be handled outside of business hours
Office Politics Politics can be positive or negative.
Teamwork Ability to work together as a group
Time management Organizing and using your time in a way that allows you to meet your daily needs as well as your short and long-term goals with as little stress as possible.
Prioritizing Ranking a list of items according to importance
Setting Goals Deciding to do things that will give you a sense of accomplishment
Documentation The documents that are required for something or that give evidence or proof of something.
Interpersonal Skills Skills that promote relationships with other people.
Closing Comments The comments that patients and co workers have towards you
Patient education Refers to explaining the information in non medical phrases and easy terms
Legal The release of information with a consent
Ethical issues Releases of information without any consent can cause ethical problems do to the lost of trust by the patient towards the nurse
Characteristics Distinguish traits,qualities, or properties
Commensurate Corresponding in size,amount,extent, or degree; equal in measure
Competent Having adequate or requisite capabilities.
Connotation An implication; something suggested by a word or thing
Credibility The quality or power of inspiring belief
Demeanor Behavior toward others;outward manner
Detrimental Obviously harmful or damaging
Discretion The quality of being discrete
Disseminated To disburse;to spread around
Drug of Choice The drug an abuser uses most frequently to satisfy the craving for a certain feeling
Initiative Energy or aptitude to cause or facilitate the start of something or to cause something to happen
Insubordination Disobedience to authority
Morale The mental and emotional condition,enthusiasm and loyalty.
Optimistic Inclined to put the most favorable construction on actions and events
Persona An individual social facade or front that reflects the role in life the individual is playing
Professionalism The conduct or qualities characterized by or conforming to the technical or ethical standards of a profession.
Reproach An expression of rebuke or disapproval
Tolerance The need to use more and more of a substance to get the same feeling as the body learns to tolerate drugs
Work Ethics A set of values based on the moral virtues of hard work and diligence
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