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Establish And Manage A Practice Question: Discuss about the Establish And Manage A Practice.     Answer: The complementary healthcare service is the approach in healthcare that revolves around holistic service, traditional and natural therapies, and homeopathy remedies and does not involves processes of allopathic medicine. There is a different set of ethical laws however, the code of conduct while serving for patients is similar in each case. The fundamental principles or ethical principles are beneficence, non-maleficence and autonomy that allows a relation of trust and belief to grow between healthcare professional and the patient (Ross & Stevens, 2013. To develop similar relationship between patient and complementary healthcare practice, the Australian healthcare ministry and the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) developed several regulations that helps to regulate the complementary healthcare service and controls unintended adverse conditions that arises due to the emergence of health issues in complementary healthcare practice. This body determines that complementary healthcare practice should be based on evidence based practices and all the serious healthcare conditions such as cancer, tuberculosis and osteoporosis related complementary healthcare service will be under legislative rules, so that the right of the patients can be protected (Dignam et al., 2012). Further according to Australian government, there are categories, falling under which, any service will be name d as contemporary healthcare service. These are: medical products having herbs, vitamins and minerals, supplements, homeopathic medicines, aromatherapies, further traditional Chinese and Indian ayurvedic therapies will be considered as the contemporary healthcare service. Although the maximum of such services are self-regulated, the police media and healthcare ministry observes each healthcare service so that any misconduct towards the patients or the healthcare professionals can be observed and resolved. According to the ethical principles, there are several risk of complementary therapies that affect the healthcare process and the mental state of the patient as well as the healthcare professionals associated with it. Poor standard of care, drug related interaction, financial harm are few of the issues that the patents suffer from while going through the complementary healthcare practices. Further, according to Brock, Hinings & Powell (2012), there is huge amount of fake healthcare centers have been created that promises to provide quality complementary healthcare problems but und up destroying the faith and trust of patient on the healthcare system. Therefore, it is important for the patients to understand the type of contemporary healthcare service they will consider to receive. Hence these are the legal and regulatory frame works that is related to the protection of the clients, practitioners and the overall contemporary healthcare service (Waters, Rochester & Mcmillan, 2012).   In this case study, there are several instances that indicates towards the breaching of legal, ethical, and regulatory norms of the contemporary and regular healthcare services. Further it also breaches the code of conduct which is similar for all the services within Australia. The client first visited the social media page of “Heal U Natureally Clinik” as she was suffering from chronic back pain and used to depend on crutches. The advertisement stated that it uses healthy and natural remedies to treat severe back pain. Further it also stated that the cost of the treatment will be bear by a private healthcare firm. The advertisement also stated that all the ethical principles will be taken care of while providing care to the Patient. However, circumstances disclosed each action of the contemporary healthcare service that violated ethical, regulation, and legal norms of such service. The healthcare center was situated on the first floor of a residential apartment having disrepair staircase. The clinic was meant for patients having chronic pain, however, the clinic was located on a height with no comfortable mean for escalation. This was a legal violation as well as legally healthcare facilities should provide proper access to each patient so that their comfort can be secured. The healthcare practitioner were busy in household works when the patient arrived at the clinic and the chamber of the practitioner was full of dirt and wastes. Further, there were no privacy for the patient and when she asked for her privacy related right, the practitioner ignored her demand which is legally and ethically wrong. Further when the patient asked the practitioner to show her license and degree, the healthcare professional ignored that too. The major legal violation that the healthcare professional violated was not asking the consent prior to implementation of healthcare remedies. Therefore the laws and acts the healthcare system violated was the ethical code of conduct, the duty of care, the law related to patient consent, professional and industry policies, general rules and laws regarding the reporting policies and the care and protection act 1998 (WHO, 2018). All these laws and regulations were violated by the healthcare facility. Further, the healthcare practitioner at the “Heal U Natureally Clinik” violated the law related to ethical code of conduct as when the patient decided to not taking any medical assistance form the clinic, the practitioner threw her crutches, and pushed the patient aside. Therefore ethically, she misbehaved with a patient having chronic back pain. Hence, violation of ethical code of conduct should also be added in the incident (Runciman, Merry & Walton, 2017). According to the case study, the rights which were violated in the case of “Heal U Natureally Clinik” healthcare practice, ethical code of conduct, right of consent, right to refuse care, patients right to ask for healthcare professionals experience, communication and confidentiality (Waters, Rochester & Mcmillan, 2012). All these rights were created s that prior to healthcare the patients can be mentally and physically prepared for the treatment. However in the case of “Heal U Natureally Clinik” all these rights were violated as well as the practitioner behaved badly to the patient and threw her crutches. Hence, the patient should take several actions regarding the discrepancies of this healthcare facility. The patient can file a complaint against the healthcare facility so that the local police can become aware of the fake healthcare system running in the locality. her compliant may include facts such as the healthcare facility did not ask for her consent prior to decide the treatment for her chronic back pain, further, the professional did not provided her experience certificate to the patient and kept on negotiating regarding the healthcare fees, which was higher than her published advertisement. Hence, it can be legally a case of fraud healthcare system. On the other hand, the patient can also file complaints to the local government and police regarding the violation of right to privacy s while primary conversation, the healthcare professional did not addressed her right to privacy and disclosed each of her healthcare privacy data. Therefore, legal action regarding that should also be taken. The Australian law, dedicates the complementary healthcare facility to be self regulatory however, if any discrepancy occurs it provides appropriate reply to the violation. Therefore, the information should be shared to the local as well as state police so that proper action against the healthcare provided can be taken. Finally, the patient should report the social media site that published the advertisement so that no further discrimination related to healthcare can be observed in the healthcare facility (Runciman, Merry & Walton, 2017).   References Brock, D., Hinings, C. R., & Powell, M. (2012). Restructuring the professional organization: Accounting, health care and law, 1st edn, pp 123-145,  Routledge. Denise Waters, C., Freda Rochester, S., & Anna Mcmillan, M. (2012). Drivers for renewal and reform of contemporary nursing curricula: A blueprint for change. Contemporary nurse, 41(2), 206-215. Dignam, D., Duffield, C., Stasa, H., Gray, J., Jackson, D., & Daly, J. (2012). Management and leadership in nursing: an Australian educational perspective. Journal of nursing management, 20(1), 65-71. Ross, K., Barr, J., & Stevens, J. (2013). Mandatory continuing professional development requirements: what does this mean for Australian nurses. BMC nursing, 12(1), 9. Runciman, B., Merry, A., & Walton, M. (2017). Safety and ethics in healthcare: a guide to getting it right, 2nd edn, pp. 45-67, CRC Press. WHO. (2018). Code of conduct for registered health practitioners. Retrieved 15 April 2018, from

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