To encourage the service user to actively participate in their care. To ensure the service users rights are maintained. To respect the service user as an individual. To promote independence. These influence work in the health and social care sector in many ways.
M2- Personal and Professional Development in Health and Social Care In this section of my coursework, I have been asked to assess how the action plan has helped support own development over the duration of the programme. Action Plan- An action plan is a document that lists what steps must be taken in order to achieve a specific goal. An action plan involves identifying certain objectives and setting objectives which are achievable & measurable. The purpose of an action plan is to clarify what resources are required to reach the goal, formulate a timeline for when specific tasks need to be completed and determine what resources are required. http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/action-plan Advantages and Disadvantages of using Action Plans- Producing an action plan can be beneficial not only for individual basis but also
Sectors covered by this Act are , government departments, local assemblies, councils, local authorities, health care trusts, hospitals, doctors surgeries, police, colleges and universities, non-department public bodies, commitees and advisory bodies. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the guidance about compliance, it explains all essential and expected standards of quality and safety. It is a guide which is a guide to help providers of Health and social care to comply with Health and social care Act 2008. In outcome 21 it explains how records should be kept securely and can be located promptly when required. It expresses how important accurate record keeping is a must.
Bviii Describe how your own work must be influenced by National factors such as Codes of Practice, National Occupational Standards, Legislation and Government Initiatives. As a care support worker I have to follow the legislation and government initiatives in health and social care. My work must be influenced by national factors, such as Codes of Practice and National Occupation Standards. Legislation tells us what is required by law Legislation such as the Human Rights Act, Equality Act and the Care Standards Act makes sure that the people providing the care treat people with dignity, as individuals, and the service provided is meeting the needs of the service user. Legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work Act, COSHH, RIDDOR,
Unit 505 Working in partnership health and social care or children and young people’s settings (M2c) 1. Identify the features of effective partnership working Person-centred care has become the foundation of efforts to reform health care in the UK. This is the core concept that Government Policy is built around and a major aspect enabling individuals to participate in decision making about their care at every level. By focusing on the individuals’ aspirations and goals, placing them at the centre, the care team can ensure that their best interests are maintained and preferences are considered. Health Act 1999 Partnership working is a key element of practice in the health and social care setting.
The compiled data should be composed of specific measurements, input from employees as to suggestions for improvement and concerns as well as patient care results and input. The eminence and accessibility of the company’s resources must be evaluated first. Quality improvement (QI) measures the delivery of medical services and the outcomes like patient health status, mortality, and patient satisfaction (Hughes, 2012). Total Quality Management (TQM) is a model, which includes the organization’s management, staff working together as a team, outlines procedures, and policies, promotes methods of intellectual rational, and a modification to produce an atmosphere for excellence (Hughes, 2012). The construction of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) benefits the process of TQM; with the attitude that every chance an organization has should be an opening for improvement (Hughes,
1.1 – Identify the features of effective partnership working The policy of person centred care has become a mainstay of efforts to reform care services in the UK. Government policy is now built around this core concept, a major aspect of which is enabling individuals to participate in decision making about their care and care planning at every level. By concentrating on the individuals wishes and aspirations and placing them at the centre of a “planning circle” the care team can assist with goal setting to ensure their best interests are maintained and the individuals preferences are considered. Working in partnership is a key element of practice within social care settings. The concepts of power sharing, consultation and joint ways of working are essential for effective service provision.
When acquiring about an information system the organization needs to make sure that the goals of the organization drive the selection of the information system. These goals are: cost effectiveness, sharing medical information, assurance that the providers have a safe system to use, seek new information through implementation of these systems, find better comparable systems at the same cost, and to reduce liability risks. The first item is to decide who will be on the project team for creating this system. Once the project team has been established the team needs to identify the stakeholders and the role of each stakeholder of the organization and how they play in the selection and acquisition process. The stakeholders are the following: • organizational management – this person defines the business needs, goals, and objectives of the project, • project manager – this person has the main responsibility of the
Administration of medicines by any method other than by mouth or external application. Moving and handling using a mechanical device First aid Emergency procedures 1.5 Explain how to access additional support and information relating to health and safety. Appointed person responsible for health and safety Company office or line manager Health and safety executive 2.1 Explain why it is important to assess health and safety hazards posed by the work setting or by particular activities. To comply with legislation In order to prevent risk of injury to oneself, colleagues and service users 2.2 Explain how and when to report potential health and safety risks that have been identified. I would report any potential health and safety risks that have been identified as soon as possible to my line manager by calling the office and by written report if necessary 2.3 Explain how risk assessment can help address dilemmas between rights and health and safety concerns A risk assessment is in place to reduce the risk.
The aim of this report is to identify how tikanaga is applied to achieve Nursing Council of New Zealand's commitment to enhance Maori health out comes. There will be discussion around Bay Of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB) and their implementation of the Treaty and how it is utilised and practised in terms of tikanaga, Tino rangatiratanga and Oritetanga within the health care setting. The framework of BOPDHP will be explored along with the Historical influences, guiding values, application of tikanga, Maori and non Maori discrepancies Lastly a discussion to summarise major findings within the report. Within the health care setting the kupu (word) tikanaga is based on principles, values, beliefs, practices and spirituality. Maori world