Do not ask since the family is in shock and cannot make an informed decision.
Wait for five or six hours until the family has had time to accept their loss and then ask about organ donation.
Immediately ask the family for permission to donate the child’s organs for transplantation.
Start the process of removing the organs, and hope the family will give permission when asked.
Sincerely and deeply apologize to the patient and her family.
Apologize and explain that cutting the hair was the only option for removing the oxygen.
Tell the patient she is sorry she did not understand the needs of the Native American culture.
Have the nursing supervisor apologize to the patient.
Absolutely NO beef or beef products!
Kosher food only!
Do NOT serve breakfast or lunch on Saturday!
Allow wine with every meal!
Smile and be friendly to the patient.
Meet the patient’s expectations.
Follow his/her scope of practice.
Give the patient as much information as possible about his/her condition and treatment.
Share his/her personal problems with patients.
Always greet patients with a smile.
Speak using technical professional language.
Never, ever disagree with a patient.
Wish her good luck.
Ask her to wait while you get the Optometrist to talk with her.
Ask if something is wrong and if there is, ask if she will sit down and explain the problem to you.
Do nothing because she did not offer to tell you if something was wrong with her care.