Transition to Professional Practice

Patient Safety: Part A Stanley Valentine Whiley, also known as Mr. Whiley passed away on March 6th, 2010 at Launceston General Hospital. It has been Dr. Lee Jones’ long-standing practice to attend Tamar Park every week to treat its residents on an as-required basis. He conducted an assessment of Valentine Whiley on June 18th, 2009 and it was reported that the medical history of Mr. Whiley consisted of decreased mobility, rheumatoid arthritis, depression, as well as cognitive impairment. Mr. Whiley was transferred to Tamar Park because he was not able to perform self-management and self-care, and he needed assistance in everyday activity. Even though it was deteriorating, the medical condition of Mr. Whiley remained moderately stable until February 2010. Nonetheless, he experienced seizures on February 16th 2010 and was rushed to Launceston General Hospital, and was diagnosed as having suffered stroke and a cerebral infarct. On February 26th 2010, he was taken back to Tamar Park, but his medical condition continued to decline. Sederer (2013) pointed that patients not only have a right to treatment, but they also have a right to decline treatment.

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