Page 5-9. Discuss the effects of unsafe practices when preparing, cooking and serving food in a Health and Social Care setting. Page 10-11. Assess the effectiveness of safe practices en preparing, cooking and serving food in a Health and Social Care setting. Page 12 Cooking food: When staff are cooking food they must ensure that certain regulations and rules are being followed for example: hygiene control, pest control and temperature control.
Midwives are personally responsible for the health of both mother and baby and only refer to obstetricians if there are medical complications. They work in multidisciplinary teams in both hospital, and increasingly, in community health care settings. Midwives do a multitude of duties, all the while following to hospital policy and maintaining an awareness of issues such as health and safety, examples of these duties are; diagnosing, monitoring and examining women during pregnancy, developing, assessing and evaluating individual programmes of care, providing full antenatal care, including screening tests in hospital, in the community and at home. Midwives identify high risk pregnancies and make referrals to doctors and other
The right training is important to have when a patient is treated. From administration to the certified nurse’s assistant to the professionals in human resource, a trained workforce is needed to ensure quality of service. Selecting the right candidate for the job is crucial too. Now we come to measuring the employee’s competencies. All employers and employees have to know personal skills will vary from person to person in any work environment.
| Disposable GlovesDisposable Aprons | Where are copies of your workplace risk assessments kept? | With clients Working Files | What legislation relates to Health & Safety? | Health and Safety at work Act*Manual Handling *Management of Health and Safety at Work Regs*COSHH*RIDDOR*Health and Safety First Aid Regs | How and who would you be able to support if you unsure about a health & safety matter? | I would go to our companies Policies and procedures file.Mrs C. Disney (Deputy Manager)In person or by telephone | Case study (Learning Outcome 2.1/2.2/2.3) Risk in the community K was a home care assistant on her first visit to a new service user, Mr W. She had been warned that his house was in poor condition and that he had a large dog. She also knew that he had a history of psychiatric illness and had, in the past, been admitted to hospital compulsorily under the Mental Health Act.
Nurses as the change agents would incorporate a multidisciplinary team that includes the physicians, ANM’s, physical therapists (PT), the nursing assistant (NA), and dietary. Each member of this team will play an essential role in the patients’ enhanced recovery. By selecting the order set for ERAS, the physicians can anticipate an early discharge date for their patients, unless other medical problems prevent this. The ANM’s track the process of these patients, making sure the nurses documentation indicates their progress, i.e. their meal tolerance, their mobility, their pain control.
Student name: Mariana Maglione Student number: 20271364 Course diploma level 2 in health and social care Engage in Personal Development in Health and Social Care. Task 1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of your own role in your work placement. My duties as a care worker involve giving clients personal care, such as assisting with washing, dressing, toileting requirements including catheter and convene care. Assisting with nutritional requirements such as meal planning/preparation/feeding, prompting/administering medication, shipping, cleaning. It is my responsibility to ensure that the client maintains an acceptable level of health and to promote the clients well-being.
District nursing teams provide services to patients who are housebound and unable to visit their GP or local health centre. The service provides individualised patient-centred care that takes into account patient choice and appropriate care given by highly skilled staff (QNI, 2010).The Queens Nursing Institute launched a campaign called 'Right Nurse, Right Skills' which aims to ensure that patients get the right care in their own homes. The QNI provides a wide range of support for community nurses at all stages in their careers and influences policies which affect community nursing and patients (QNI, 2011). Health policy developments in recent years, have developed around the reduction in cost and making resources more effective (DOH, 2009). A clear example of this was highlighted in the transforming community services program.
UNIT 4223-301 OUTCOME 1 UNDERSTAND WHAT IS REQUIRED FOR COMPETENCE IN OWN WORK ROLE. +DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES. My duties are to provide clinical and non clinical support to a multi professional team which can range from the care of a new mother and baby to the day to day running of the ward. I am responsible in undertaking direct care for patients and implementing this as to prepare the patient for going home safely with the knowledge they receive. I am responsible in making sure the care of the patient has been seen through to the end of their stay and to report any observations of the patient ,to the midwife in charge of that said shift and if anything needs reporting to act accordingly,ie frequent observations.