3.3 Dimensiones Legales Del Ejercicio Profesional

The purpose of this research is to determine the relationship between quality of professional life and sleep in a group of graduate students in health sciences, • Responsibility of a professional consultant: you need to study the issue and then, if colleague tmbn would be very good, find out whether these legal dimensions would also apply in the same way abroad Civil medical liability consists of the obligation of the doctor, repair any damage or damage to their professional practice. Civil liability arises from the law, in case of interruption of the subject, in the 2. Request and subsequently it is also necessary to carry out the work, cases, reports or practical exercises provided for in the programming and 1- The res ipsa loquitur (the case speaks for itself): the harmful event would not have occurred without the negligence of the doctor or professional, and it is a liability for fault (Articles 1101 and 1902 of the Civil Code, depending on whether it is a contractual or non-contractual liability), which obliges professionals to an obligation of support and not of result. We refer here to the fact that the doctor (or health professionals) is not obliged to receive the patient`s cure in all cases, but is obliged to put in his actions all the attention or care that results from his specific scientific and practical attention (STS 13 July 1987). There are professionals who assume funding commitments (p. e.g., physicians) and others with earnings obligations (e.g., engineers). There may be engineers who have media tasks (e.g., investigations). the respective interests, the formation of trade unions, professional associations, etc. – this is a technical (scientific) and professional rule (the author is a health professional); The holistic training of professionals throughout the university contributes to the formation of a citizen who makes good use of their professionalism and, in addition to scientific©and technical skills, integrates an ethic that, in the broadest sense, means taking charge©of the moral dimension of professional practice (Bolãvar, 2005).

• In this sense, some professions elaborate professional codes that clarify moral considerations on complex aspects of professional life and in which, in general, the sanctions of repetition are taken into account, that this court has excluded any kind of more or less objective liability in the field of the liability of the doctor (…) with some exceptions for cases of disproportionate outcome or voluntary or satisfactory medicine, in which the requirement of the subjective element of guilt is weakened in order to protect the victim more effectively, making these criteria more flexible. Thus, the imputation criterion is lower than the. Give your opinion. Although the authority decides what it deems most appropriate, this does not release the professional from his responsibility. If the authority wants to rule against the consultant`s opinion, it must formally justify why. The consultant is protected by copyright during the consultation. • There are criminal laws that protect the professional so that he does not have unfair competition. A diploma is required for the practice of the profession.

With regard to diplomas, the objective pursued with education in this competition is for students to know what©is right or wrong in the exercise of their profession, but above all to know how to behave©ethically as a professional and as a citizen (Martinez, Buxarrais and Esteban, 2002). ©Professional ethics incorporates a set of moral principles and ways of acting in a professional field, which on the one hand in the application of the principles of general ethics and on the other hand in the inclusion of© “own goods, objectives, values and principles of each professional field” (Bolãvar, 2005, p. 96). I am also concerned about what the legal dimensions of professional practice would be, both abroad and in the United States. or I think about the fact that the future will be my profession in Canada; What would be the legal dimensions of the practice of the profession that this would have in this country? and what would be its explanation? Mistas against these programs, as explained by Dede et al. For example, the latter author claims that even some programs of lifelong learning or professional growth of people within a company or organization. Although ethics is not a constraint (it does not impose legal sanctions), the Code of Ethics assumes that when someone learns something in or for the practice of the profession, the rule is to keep it secret (it is not necessary to ask for it). In principle, the tests are public. Professional makes himself known in society as an expert in a certain field.

The obligation assumed by a professional must be fulfilled according to the rules of his art. He must apply his appropriate technique. • Professional liability: applies only to professionals. Punishment. This only works if the law requires the title for its exercise. 2- On the criterion of disproportionate result, on the basis of which the professional is required to prove that the fact was unforeseeable and unavoidable (STS 22 May 1988, patient who died after filling a tooth). • Article 39 of the Constitution: calls for tenders issued by professional associations. • Each professional community strives to maintain a certain level of demand, competence and quality at work. Therefore, it controls and monitors in a certain way the integration of new members and the proper performance of the tasks of their profession. • In summary, it can be said that it is necessary to integrate principles and values as an essential element in order to achieve professional practice of quality and respect for people, as well as a set of rules and laws that achieve these two objectives on the basis of a legal system.

When a professional commits a crime related to his or her profession, being a professional is an aggravating factor. As we have already expressed, the duty of every professional is to manifest himself This competence refers to ethical and ethical ideas and those related to intellectual integrity©. This means internalizing that professional practice must be based on sound ethical principles©, commitment and responsibility. This means applying autonomously and consistently the essential elements of the profession, including ethical principles©, the legal framework and the code of ethics that governs its practice. Similarly, professional integrity includes a commitment to quality standards at work, the demonstration of scientific honesty, and an appreciation of individual and collective responsibility in achieving a sustainable future. In this sense, Cobo (2003), taking into account general ethics and specific professional ethics©, proposes five basic criteria of a moral nature that could help students to identify themselves as professionals: respect the dignity, freedom, equality and human©rights of clients or users of the service, as well as© colleagues± colleagues and all citizens; always act in accordance with commutative justice and, where appropriate, in accordance with social justice; proceed autonomously both in the practice of the profession and in the ethics©inherent therein; put professional skills at the service of clients or users; and always act with professional responsibility, which implies continuous improvement and updating, maintaining the technical and human quality©of the service and meeting the expectations of the citizen é±ã±amp; A on his job. The legal dimensions of professional practice that you are presenting to me are understood, since it is something you need to know as a future engineer, but they are part of professional practice, as you say in the title of the topic; but how we would graduate as professionals and it is up to each individual to provoke or give a professional image; What I need you to explain to me is whether there are legal dimensions to the practice of the profession, because, as we know, it is not the same subject as a professional, do those same dimensions apply? or are they those of the professional?. Those who are not professionals and claim to be professionals have a criminal liability consisting of a fine • The rules set out in codes of ethics may be linked to legal norms (for example, discrimination is a crime punishable by law). The main objective of these codes is to maintain a course of action that leads to compensation, thus occurs when the correct application of the lex artis is violated, when the care required in all cases is omitted, when the relevant medical protocols are violated without justification. In such a case, if it is considered that damage has been caused that should not have occurred, the judge may order the payment of compensation by the professional who caused the damage. Therefore, the work of ethical education should not only consist of including topics of professional ethics or professional conduct in the curricula, but must contribute to it.

• The law will determine in each state which professions require a diploma for its practice, the conditions that must be met to obtain it and the authorities that must issue it.

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