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  1. Mental health parity act
  2. battery
  3. criminal law
  4. advanced directives
  5. statutory law
  6. assault
  7. privacy
  8. what are the two types of quasi-intentional torts
  9. what are the types of advanced directives
  10. decisional capacity
  11. what are the three categories of defamation of character
  12. HIPPA
  13. Americans with Disabilities act (ADA)
  14. False imprisonment
  15. risk management
  16. civil laws
  17. quasi-intentional tort
  18. uniform anatomical gift act
  19. tort
  20. misdemeanor
  21. Intentional tort
  22. slander
  23. informed consent
  24. durable power of attorney
  25. patient self determination act
  26. what are the three types of intentional torts
  27. what are the two types of unintentional torts
  28. EMTALA
  29. living wills
  30. Regulatory law
  31. malpractice
  32. unintentional tort
  33. libel
  34. negligence
  35. common law
  36. felony
  37. list the three types of torts
  38. National organ transplant act
  39. Nurse Practice Acts
  40. invasion of privacy
  41. confidentiality
  42. standards of care
  43. uniform determination of death act
  44. malice
  45. defamation of character
  46. nursing home reform act
  1. a requires healthcare facilities to provide written information on the patient's right to execute advance directives & to accept or refuse medical treatment
  2. b living wills, and durable power of attorney
  3. c intent to harm is lacking.
  4. d a tort consisting of false and malicious publication printed for the purpose of defaming a living person
  5. e failure to take reasonable precautions to protect others from the risk of harm
  6. f the body of law dealing with crimes and their punishment
  7. g Law which states that no patient can be denied medical treatment
  8. h is the ability to make right choices for oneself as it relates to medical care.
  9. i negligence, malpractice
  10. j law made by the authorities or administrative agencies
  11. k words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
  12. l describe and define the legal boundaries of nursing practice within each state
  13. m Damaging a person's reputation by making public statements that are both false and malicious
  14. n Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act - 1996- written to protect the privacy of health info.
  15. o a legal agreement that allows an agent or representative of the patient to act on behalf of the patient.
  16. p (civil law) a law established by following earlier judicial decisions
  17. q regulate relations between individuals or groups of individuals
  18. r failure of professional duty or professional misconduct
  19. s The right of an individual to keep biographical data, personal ideas, and feelings secret
  20. t makes accessiblitiy to public buildings a civil right of all Americans
  21. u prohibits the purchase or sale of organs
  22. v consent by a patient to undergo a medical or surgical treatment or to participate in an experiment after the patient understands the risks involved
  23. w willful acts that violate another's rights.
  24. x intentional, unintentional, quasi-intentional
  25. y patient has a right to be free from unwanted intrusions
  26. z depriving a person of freedom of movement without the persons consent and without privilege
  27. aa malice, slander, libel
  28. ab assault, battery, false imprisonment
  29. ac Law passed by the U.S. Congress or state legislatures
  30. ad A strategy developed to reduce or control the chance of harm or loss to one's health or life; the process of identifying, evaluating, selecting and implementing actions to reduce risk to human health and to ecosystems
  31. ae how health care providers treat private info once it has been disclosed to others.
  32. af allows person 18 years or older and of sound mind to make a gift of any or all parts of their body for purposes of organ transplantation or medical research
  33. ag document that allows individuals to state what measures should be taken to prolong their lives if they have a terminal condition
  34. ah intentional threat
  35. ai legal documents used to indicate care wishes and limit the amount of unwanted aggressive treatment and terminal illness. aim to provide "clear and convincing proof" of wishes
  36. aj person publishing info knows its false, and does it anyway
  37. ak describes an honest mistake by a person operating in good faith
  38. al civil wrong made against a person or property
  39. am A proposal that established uniform guidelines for determining when death has occurred.
  40. an gave residents the right to be free of unnecessary and inappropriate restraints.
  41. ao A statute that forbids health plans from placing lifetime or annual limits on mental health coverage that are less generous than those placed on medical or surgical benefits.
  42. ap (n.) a crime or offense that is less serious than a felony; any minor misbehavior or misconduct
  43. aq carrying out the threat. you must have an assault to have a battery
  44. ar defamation of character, and invasion of privacy
  45. as detailed guidelines describing the minimal nursing care that can reasonably be expected to ensure high quality care in a defined situation (eg, a medical diagnosis or a diagnostic test)
  46. at a crime more serious than a misdemeanor and punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or death