Law Policy and Ethical Practice in Health and Social Care

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LAW, POLICY AND ETHICAL PRACTICE INHEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
Table of ContentsLO1............................................................................................................................................3Introduction............................................................................................................................3Law construction in the UK....................................................................................................3Development of law in the Great Britain................................................................................4Laws in the England...............................................................................................................4Common-Law.........................................................................................................................5Meaning of legislation............................................................................................................5Characteristics of the statutory guidance................................................................................6Code of Practices characteristics............................................................................................6National and Organizational policy features..........................................................................7Executive role in the England.................................................................................................7The difference among executive, legislative and judiciary categories...................................8Judiciary system in the England.............................................................................................8Health and Safety Act of Work (1974)...................................................................................9Public policy impacting the Health of the UK.......................................................................9Human Right Act of the UK.................................................................................................10Legal and Ethical Practices...................................................................................................10Illegal category of people in the UK....................................................................................11Unethical but legal category.................................................................................................11Nor ethical or legal category................................................................................................12LO2..........................................................................................................................................12Rationale...............................................................................................................................12Explanation of the needs for individual aspects...................................................................12Statutory guidance in the UK...............................................................................................13Practice code definition in the UK.......................................................................................132
National importance of the government...............................................................................14The system of NHS in the UK..............................................................................................14Policy role of the organization..............................................................................................14Conclusions..............................................................................................................................15Reference List..........................................................................................................................163
LO1IntroductionThe different laws in the UK describe this study. The different categories of law are for thesafeguard against various threats and criminal activities. Development of law construction isessential in the different states of the UK. Codes of the ethical practices provide the effectiveframework for Health and social care-oriented aspects. For the role of sustainabledevelopment, health care is necessary for the people of the UK. Governments implement lawand proper strategies beneficial for the people. Ethical practices and laws are to be describedin this study for better explanation and in-depth understanding of the UK.The functional meaning of legislation is described in the below section. Development ofcommon law is essential for every person in the UK regardless of the age, gender and socialstatus. There are three categories such as executive, legislative and the judiciary. Functionalimportance of Health and safety Act is an important aspect for the law-enforcement agenciesin the UK. It is also important for maintaining the health-oriented practices and prospectiveregulations for the people of the UK.Functional interpretation of laws are determined by thisassignment study and law of conducting ethical procedures. The final part conclusiondescribes the outcomes from this study.Law construction in the UKThe different judges have made different laws of the court levels. It is characterized by thecharacteristics of acknowledgement and the proper understanding procedures. Severalregulations are developed by which the individuals or the populations should live and the roleof law-oriented procedures and ethics. Failing from the consecutive courts of lower order andhigh-courts, an individual may seek justice to the supreme court (Yilmaz, 2016). Differentlevels of courts solve various categories of civil and criminal cases. The effective decisionmade by UK Supreme Court develops the first grading of judgement for the people whowants justiceThe law of England prevents the cultural or language-oriented barriers. It also developed inaccordance with the physical aspects or written structure of communication. The category oflaw which is meant for different members or the processes of authorization are developed orproperly acknowledged. This is an effective indicator of power of the UK parliament (Milne,4
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