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Running Head: PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE PRACTICEPrinciples of Health and Social Care Practice
2PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE PRACTICETable of ContentsIntroduction...........................................................................................................................................3Task: 1 Understand how principles of support are implemented in health and social care practice.......31.1 Utilise examples from the above case study with client Alice and her family to explain yourunderstanding of how principles of support are effectively carried out within the health and socialcare context........................................................................................................................................31.2 Outline ways in which appropriate procedures may be used to protect Alice, her children, andNHS care staff teams in the Health and social care context...............................................................41.3 Make use of the case study details to analyse how Alice would benefit from person-centredservice provision................................................................................................................................61.4 Explain the nature of ethical dilemmas and how they may conflict with effective care serviceprovision offered to Alice within the health and social care home context........................................7Task: 2 Understand the impact of policy, legislation, regulation, codes of practice and standards oforganization policy and practice............................................................................................................82.1Ensures that you identify and explain how the implementation of regulations, policy, andlegislation are carried out within the context of your own role in a health and socialcaresetting....82.2Explain ways in which local policies may be driven and strongly influenced by the nationalpolicy context....................................................................................................................................82.3Evaluate how legislation, regulation, codes of practice and health policy may impact on thehealth and social care provision obtained by the case study client Alice...........................................9Task 4: Be able to contribute to the development and implementation of health and social careorganisational policy...........................................................................................................................104.1 roles, responsibilities, accountabilities and duties of manager...................................................104.2 Evaluate own contribution to the development and implementation of health and social careorganisational policy........................................................................................................................114.3Make recommendations to develop own contributions to meeting good practice requirements12Conclusion...........................................................................................................................................13References...........................................................................................................................................14
3PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE PRACTICEIntroductionNHS offers health care services to the people that are diverse ethnic and cultural background.However, NHS is faced many issues at the time of offering the service to people in anappropriate way. In addition, NHS facing issues related to the care quality, insufficientsupervision, clinical-care standards, and staff errors. It can directly influence the result ofNHS (Munn, et al., 2013). Hence, a manager is responsible for solving many issues regardingthe health. This report discusses the principle of support in the context of the Alice and herfamily. It also demonstrates the benefits of person-centered approach for Alice and herfamily. It also presents the own role and responsibilities in the healthcare sector (Aveyard,2014).Task: 1 Understand how principles of support are implemented in health and socialcare practice1.1 Utilise examples from the above case study with client Alice and her family toexplain your understanding of how principles of support are effectively carried outwithin the health and social care context.The social and healthcare sector is supportive for Alice and her family because it supports tosolve their health problem. The NHS can help the patient by protecting them through offeringsafe health products and services.The principles of support can be essential to offerappropriate social and healthcare services for Alice and her family (Aveyard, et al., 2013).The principle of support considers some different factors such as the dignity of humans andworth, equality and assortment, beneficence, social justice, convenience, safety, privacy,honesty, and sympathy. It will help to ensure that the users of services can be imperative forNHS. These factors demonstrate the care of NHS staff team member towards Alice and herfamily. As a result, it can be stated that NHS provides care to service users that are majorprinciple of support within social and healthcare practice. Under the principle of support, the
4PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE PRACTICEsocial and health care organization should determine that their health care services are betterthan the others (Brett, et al., 2014). The care team of NHS should respect Alice and herfamily to make a robust relationship with them. The perception and belief of any individualcan be different from others on the same subject. The NHS can train their staff member torespect the person who belongs to different beliefs and culture. Consequently, it could besupportive to make distinguish the image of NHS staff workers in customer’s mind. It isanalyzed that many caretakers of NHS come to the patients and discuss their private mattersto make a comfortable environment along with making a robust relationship. Under thisdiscussion, patient and care workers are able to discuss their confidential information witheach other (Drummond, et al., 2015). The care workers can secure the confidential data ofAlice and her family. NHS team workers help the patient to perform different activities suchas lifting, walking, sitting, and moving. The caretakers of NHS can secure the confidentialdata of patient for making an effective relationship with them. In addition, it can also be saidthat such data can be effective to make health and social care plan. The health and social careorganization usually use person-centered approach. For the caretakers, the principle ofsupport can play an imperative role to determine the process of treatment and identifying theways by which patient’s data can be secured. It can also support to make an effective decisiontowards Alice and her family (Mechanic, et al., 2013).1.2 Outline ways in which appropriate procedures may be used to protect Alice, herchildren, and NHS care staff teams in the Health and social care contextIn the social and healthcare organization, the care setting can be important to keep andpromote the patient’s health and provide a comfortable and safe environment to them. Inaddition, it can also be said that NHS can make a care setting plan in which it offers benefitsto both Alice and her family, and their staff members. It can be effective to make the positiveexperience with NHS (Glasby, 2017). An organization also offers a safeguard to the staff,
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