The Key Principles of Health and Social Care

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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................4TASK 1- PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE..........................................................................................4TASK 2- APPLYING THE STANDARD .....................................................................................7TASK 3- IMPACT OF POLICY.....................................................................................................72.3.................................................................................................................................................74.2.................................................................................................................................................8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................113
INTRODUCTIONIn order to provide quality health care services and treatment within the health and socialcare it is essential for the setting to focus on different principles as it support the patients torecover in the fastest manner (Walker and Colledge, 2013). Along with this it has been said thatfor the welfare of area health and social care activities plays significant role. However, theindividual are affected with numerous of infectious and non-infectious diseases that need to betreated in the proper manner. Thus, the key principle of HSC is to provide quality care withmaintaining privacy through following the requirement of service users in order to minimize thehazardous situation for them (Kovner and Knickman, 2011).Present report mainly focuses on assessing the key principle of support that are appliedwithin the Health and social care setting that is SCIE (Social care institute for Excellence) that isone of the leading social care organization in the London. Along with the certain ethicaldilemmas that are faced by the care provider while rendering services to them. Further it wouldalso understand the different principles and supports that underpins the activities of care workersthose who render services in the setting. Lastly, the report also concluded the impact ofgovernmental framework as well as different legislation and regulation within the care setting. TASK 1- PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE4

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