There are times when it may be acceptable for you to withdraw from or refuse to provide care. Such times would include situations that put you, or your clients, at an unacceptable level of risk. Many factors can hinder your ability to provide safe care (e.g. inadequate resources, unreasonable expectations, or the level of competence needed). The Duty to Provide Care Practice Standard can help you decide what to do in these situations.
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