HLSC220 202160 Exam Case StudiesCase Study 1Kyrina works for a community health centre that is currently tasked to deliver COVID-19 vaccinations. As part of the national strategic vaccination plan, the usual healthcare services delivered at the health centre have been moved to secondary facility 12kilometres away. This has allowed the entire health centre to be staged for COVIDvaccine delivery only.All individuals must make an appointment prior to attending for vaccination and arealways required to wear a mask within the health centre. Kyrina is working at thescreening desk, when she is approached by a man who does not have an appointmentand is not wearing a mask, but demands to be given a vaccination, saying “it is myright to access healthcare in Australia”.Following this, Kyrina is approached by an older couple who have come to the healthcentre to receive their yearly influenza vaccination. They were not aware that theusual health services had been moved, and state they are unable to travel to thesecondary clinic. Kyrina knows that influenza vaccines are available still in their clinicand considers administering the influenza vaccine even though the services are notsupposed to be offered during this COVID vaccine rollout.Case Study 2John works in the emergency department of a busy tertiary hospital. It is the middleof winter, and the hospital is running at full capacity with all beds occupied. AnInfluenza outbreak has affected a significant number of hospital staff across all areas.Providing sufficient staff for care delivery has been particularly challenging over thepast two weeks.John is concerned with his personal safety and the safety of his family. He and hiswife have had their influenza vaccine however they have twins that are only 3months old and cannot be vaccinated until they are 6 months old. John is wonderingif he should take some time off work to protect his family. However, he knows thiswill further reduce the limited staffing in the emergency room.Several of John’s non-health care provider friends are refusing to get the influenzavaccine stating, “they are not afraid of a little flu” and it is “their right to choose toget vaccinated or not”.
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