1) is a person first, and has the right to be treated with respect.
2) has the right to be treated in a respectful manner, regardless of her/his race, culture, colour, religion, sex, age, mental
or physical disability, class/economic position, sexual orientation, gender identity, diagnosis, inpatient status, or legal
3) has the right to have her/his privacy respected.
4) has the right to respect of her/his needs, wishes, values, beliefs and experience.