HEALTH CARE DELIVERY AND CROSS-CULTURAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
In the scenario from Module 1, we see a co-worker of Sara displaying symptoms of TB. View the video by Scientific Animations Without Borders. (2012). Tuberculosis Prevention in English. also, Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBdC9H00BHY before responding to the following questions:
How could have the organization prevented the likelihood of Sara and her co-worker contracting the disease? Explain.
What are the rights and responsibilities of workers to ensure their own safety in the job?
Also, What are some of the leadership qualities needed to prevent workers from being expose-d to communicable diseases?
Length: 3-4 pages, excluding title page and references.
Assessment and Grading: Your paper will be assesse-d base-d on the performance assessment rubric. You can also view it under Assessments at the top of the page. Review it before you begin working on the assignment. Your HEALTH CARE DELIVERY AND CROSS-CULTURAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES work should also follow these Assignment Expectations.
Congratulations! You have been hire-d as Assistant Manager of a Home Health Care Agency. The agency offers a wide range of skilled medical services such as nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy from qualified medical professionals. The agency also provides home health aide services including assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing and eating.
Your supervisor told you that she recently received a call from an advocate whom an employee consulted via the Employee Assistance Program because the employee felt that she had been treated unfairly after contracting an illness. She explained that a few months ago, one of your agency’s home health aides, Sara, became ill. Sara had been coughing for approximately six weeks, lost weight without trying, had no appetite, was having difficulty sleeping, and had intermittent fever. She became concerned and went to see a healthcare professional who diagnosed her with active tuberculosis