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health and social care values[230] SINEAD

Contents PageP.2 Introduction P.2 AimP.2 Health and Social Care ValuesP.3 Explain how beliefs and prejudices can lead to discriminatory behaviour, providing two examples P.4 Analyse the long and short-term effects of discrimination on the individual, providing one example of each.P.5 Explain and evaluate: – the concept of confidentiality, freedom of information and a working code […]

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My source of inspiration to have a career as a nurse came

My source of inspiration to have a career as a nurse came from the desire of helping people and caring for them. Working in dental surgery as a receptionist, my main duties were handling incoming calls, greeting and assisting patients, making appointments and maintain their accounts, also provided cared and support to different people, including […]

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Critical Care Unit CCU or Intensive Care Unit ICU is designed to

Critical Care Unit (CCU) or Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is designed to meet the special needs of acutely and critically ill patients in a hospital setting. In many acute care setting, the concept of ICU care has expended from delivering care in a standard unit to bringing ICU care to patients wherever they might be. […]

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The study found that health care professionals in Faisalabad faced an alarming

The study found that health care professionals in Faisalabad faced an alarming rate of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSD), an increase of 86.1% compared to peers in the global healthcare industry. This proves that the nature of the profession will increase the physical load, which may reduce the productivity and carrier of health professionals. 42.42% of […]

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A Cross Sectional study on Needle Stick Injuries, its associated factors and prophylactic measures among Nursing Staffs and Students of a Tertiary Care Hospital in Chennai.

Introduction: The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), USA defines needle stick injuries as injuries caused by objects such as hypodermic needles, blood collection needles, intravenous (IV) stylets and needles used to connect parts of IV delivery systems.1 Health-care workers are at increased risk of infection with bloodborne pathogens because of occupational exposure […]

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Midterm Concept Care Map

Patient Information/Assessment Data (A):Subjective: “Mrs. Rollings”Patient is apprehensive upon arrival as she has one daughter living in the area who is physically disabled and reliant on Mrs. Rollings for assistance with daily cares. Mrs. Rollings is also concerned about how she will pay for what Medicare does not cover with this hospital stay. Patient states […]

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primary health care setting

HLTENN015Apply nursing practice in the primary health care settingTutor: Sharon FitzmauriceJasmi Gurung01007PAWord limit:1492Knowledge questionsBriefly describe the philosophical tenet underpinning primary health care (in 80-110 words).The philosophical tenet underpinning primary health care are described below:There must be equity in health care sector. All gender, races, religion, caste, etc. must get equal health care without any discrimination. […]

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Career research project

NAME :- Harmanpreet Kaur Sran, STUDENT I.D:- 4289302CAREER RESEARCH PROJECTJOB DESCRIPTION REPORTPLAN A: I need to wind up human services partner so for this I need to give consideration on a few necessities. Right off the bat, this activity will give consideration to others which I really need and report composing is additionally fundamental to […]

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Moral distress in nursing in emergency rooms and hospice care Abstract This article provides

Moral distress in nursing in emergency rooms and hospice care Abstract: This article provides an operational definition of the concept of moral distress in nursing, as a first step in the methodical analysis of the concept. Using the concept described by Walker and Avant (2005), the authors identify the attributes and characteristics of moral distress […]

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It is always my duty and responsibility as a care worker to

It is always my duty and responsibility as a care worker to first treat the individuals I’m looking after with dignity and respect. Also, to assist clients with anything they require on daily basis, including personal care. Also, to ensure everyone’s nutritional requirements are met, assist with feeding and meal planning and preparation. Other responsibilities […]

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Providing safe health care for all patients is not only a legal

Providing safe health care for all patients is not only a legal and ethical responsibility for all professional health care workers, but has now become a top priority in the United States health care system. While many U.S health critics may argue that the for profit based health care system in the states isn’t malleable, […]

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care

.1. a working relationship is different from a personal relationship because it is formal there are boundaries professional as code of conduct of conduct and employer policies and procedures with in a working relationship you are bound by contract of employment. although hopefully you will be friends with yourso-workers you would have a different approach treating them equally and notsharing perso9nal information as you might with a personal relationship with close friends. you would know your job and your […]

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Examples of major day care service providers include Pigeonhearts Corporation Poppins Corporation

Examples of major day care service providers include Pigeonhearts Corporation, Poppins Corporation, Benesse Style Care Co., Ltd., Kodomo-no-mori, and CombiWith Corporation. Another example is a well-known “Shiseido” cosmetics manufacturer made a new opportunity for its employee by “setting up a child care facility as part of a corporate social responsibility project”. By establishing day care […]

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Cystic Fibrosis Care

Cystic Fibrosis Care Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a mutation in a gene that causes the mucous in various organs to become thick and sticky. When someone is diagnosed with CF, there are many things that must be implemented to help control this disease and prevent further complications. CF is diagnosed via a multistep process including […]

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Ndumu ThomasWK2 DiscussionDRAFTIntroductionPART 1Reasons for advancing my career and the expectationsWhich career

Ndumu ThomasWK2 DiscussionDRAFTIntroduction:PART 1-Reasons for advancing my career and the expectations.-Which career path, family nurse practitioner versus psychiatric nurse practitioner.-Which MSN program to enroll in, online versus traditionalPART 2-Challenges to face-Online studies-Financial consideration-Practicum site and Mentor, medical doctor Versus Nurse practitioner.PART 3-Strategies to succeed-Academically-ProfessionallyConclusion: I graduated from nursing school with a bachelor’s degree in 2004. […]

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Treating the health care system

Seventy years ago, the National Health Service (NHS) was created to provide free, quality healthcare for all, regardless of wealth. Yet in the 21st century, our NHS itself needs a lifeline. In 2019, to ensure that healthcare is provided 24 hours a day requires NHS staff to work long hours caring for their patients whilst […]

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Getting to know youTo Students in W2019 HCA115 – Health Care OperationsFrom

Getting to know you!To: Students in W2019 HCA115 – Health Care OperationsFrom: Catherine Barnhart, Part-Time FacultyDate: January 8, 2019Topic: IntroductionsAs your professor, I am interested in understanding your goals so that I can focus my teaching on your needs and interests. Please answer the following questions and send to me by email by Friday, January […]

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DELIVERY OF CARE B1 2

B1 2.3 How health & social care practitioner own values, beliefs and experiences can influence delivery of care. Regarding one’s individuality a person must first be able to understand themselves as a person, their strengths and weaknesses.As a practitioner being cogitative on your character, behaviour and how your views are perceived concerning the people you […]

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The aim of this assignment is to create a care plan using

The aim of this assignment is to create a care plan using the person-centred care (PCC) approach to assist, support and help reach the needs of a patient to have better caring outcome. Providing the needs and care of a patient is fundamental in PCC because it ensures the participation of the person in their […]

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Palliative care course 2

1.What benefits do you think clarifying the levels of palliative care service provisions might have an organisation ? The benefits are ꓽ -The staff will be able to understand that in which level of care they bare providing.-The patient and family will feel more comfortable and understanding of what care the receiving-The staff will be […]

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Nursing is a career in which those who are new to the

Nursing is a career in which those who are new to the profession are faced with many obstacles and challenges. Learning to make the transition from theory to practice is an important journey. Content taught in nursing school equips a student to think critically, but a student must also have the opportunity to gain experience […]

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