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in an essay, fully describe the roles, responsibilities and the career pathways of three different health or social care workers

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´╗┐Manoj Gurung Unit 6 ? PPD P5 ? in an essay, fully describe the roles, responsibilities and the career pathways of three different health or social care workers Doctor Roles and responsibilities Patients must be able to trust doctors with their lives and health. To justify that trust you must show respect for human life and you must: 1. Make the care of your patient your first concern 2. Protect and promote the health of patients and the public 3. Provide a good standard of practice and care 4. Keep your professional knowledge and skills up to date 5. Recognise and work within the limits of your competence 6. Work with colleagues in the ways that best serve patient?s interests 7. Treat patients as individuals and respect their dignity 8. Treat patients politely and considerately 9. ...read more.

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Provides direct care and promotes comfort of client 3. Activities involves knowledge and sensitivity to what matters and what is important to client 4. Shows concern for client welfare and acceptance of the client as a person 1. Provides information and helps the client to learn or acquire new knowledge and technical skills 1. Encourages compliance with prescribed therapy 2. Promotes healthy lifestyle 3. Interprets information to the client 1. Helps client to recognize and cope with stressful psychologic or social problems; to develop an improve interpersonal relationships and to promote personal growth 1. Provides emotional, intellectual to and psychologic support 2. Focuses on helping a client to develop new attitudes, feelings and behaviours rather than promoting intellectual growth 3. Encourages the client to look at alternative behaviours recognize the choices and develop a sense of control 1. ...read more.

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Ensuring the family have received the standard information literature explaining the conference process 3. Providing a written report for the conference using the standard format, and ensuring that this is provided to the family and chair at least two working days prior to the conference 4. Ensuring that the report is also shared beforehand with the parents and, where appropriate, the child 5. Supporting parents and children in presenting their views, even if they are not to attend the conference. This may entails the use of written, audio or video facilities, and the provision of translation or advocacy services where there are communication difficulties 6. Arranging for the family to meet the chair of the conference before it starts 7. Providing the family with a copy of the conference record Career pathways To become a qualified social worker 1. University 2. Degree 3. Previous experience 4. Voluntary work ...read more.

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This essay aimed to discuss 3 jobs within H&SC. 3 jobs were identified correctly but much of what was written appeared to be copied from the internet or a book. It is important that the marker gets a sense of the student

Marked by teacher Diane Apeah-Kubi 28/06/2013

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