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KourtneySiobhan
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Hi, currently working on an assignment that wants me to give examples of human rights being promoted in HSC

So far I have
- "Right to life" as the introduction of DNR and the right to chose whether you want to live
- "Right to education" as tutors in hospitals for children with long term illnesses and the opening of "special schools" so education doesn't discriminate
- "Right to confidentiality" medical records are private

I am really struggling to come up with 2 more examples, all suggestions are appreciated.
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(Original post by KourtneySiobhan)
Hi, currently working on an assignment that wants me to give examples of human rights being promoted in HSC

So far I have
- "Right to life" as the introduction of DNR and the right to chose whether you want to live
- "Right to education" as tutors in hospitals for children with long term illnesses and the opening of "special schools" so education doesn't discriminate
- "Right to confidentiality" medical records are private

I am really struggling to come up with 2 more examples, all suggestions are appreciated.
You should look at their equality and diversity policy.

You can just list human rights and then see how each one might be involved in the NHS and what they do about it.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/946400.stm
http://www.coch.nhs.uk/corporate-inf...formation.aspx
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