Philippine’s Patient’s Bill of Rights

Another enumeration you might not want to see in your exam is none other than the Philippine’s Patient’s Bill of Rights. The first one we previously tackled, 12 rights of medication administration might be an easy one but this one might not be anymore.

Because sometimes, our minds are just good during the first few list but if another is still going to be added with similar length and depth, now that is another story. To cut it short, there is actually nothing to do.

But what I just did is this one…

It sounds crazy but I made another nursing tip about the Philippine’s Patient’s Bill of Rights still with a mix of acronym and I introduce the technique of “grouping”. It is another study technique you can use of. Instead of fully memorizing word for word, “grouping” makes it easier. You group them according to their similarities which makes it easy to remember. How I did it?

INFORMATION should be CLER (at the RAMPS?)

All the rights that fall under the INFORMATION category / group is all about information. The CLER, on the other hand is an acronym that contains all the rights that start with a “verb” like choose, leave, express, refuse and receive. The last one, RAMPS are the rights that can’t be categorized to neither category.

Philippine's Patients Bill of Rights

Above is a visual photo that can help you familiarize the Philippine’s patient’s bill of rights.

So, what is it again? Think of Information should be CLER (at the RAMPS?) with the Philippine’s patient’s bill of rights.

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Author: Germeline Nabua

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