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Md. Foisal Miah Talukdar
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Explain the possible consequences of health and social care workers failing to act in the interests of individuals and others
The possible
consequences can be as follows- ·          Put
an individual at risk or potential danger ·          Put
an individual at risk of abuse or harm by others ·          Put
surrounding others such as family, carers, other professionals and members o...
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Describe how duty of care influences health and social care
·       Duty
of care helps to maintain standard of care, in line with principles and codes
of practice. And who do not follow the standard may be subject to complaints
that could be investigated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). ·       It
helps us to d...
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Compare key principles of relationship theories
Levinger’s Theory Stimulus Value Role
Theory Key
Principle: 1)
Introduction or start up 2)
Build up 3)
Maintenance or Continuation 4)
Deterioration 5)
End of relationship Key
Principles: This
theory has only three stages. 1)
Attraction o...
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Explain why the tissue viability risk assessment should be regularly reviewed and repeated
Tissue viability
risk assessment is very important as part of individual’s health and wellbeing.
It is also an organisational requirement and our duty of care. Most of the
individuals in our service provision are aged and vulnerable to immunity. Some
of the...
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Give an example of an agreed way of working in your workplace and explain why it is important
Confidentiality is one of the agreed ways of working
in our workplace. Therefore, we must not disclose any individual's personal or
sensitive information to others. In order to work in this particular agreed way,
we must keep care plan and other paper work ...
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Describe predisposing factors which may exacerbate risk of impaired tissue viability and skin breakdown
Age: Many
individuals may have freckle or wrinkle existed on their skin due to their age
which might become prone to develop bruise or sore. Dehydration or Dry
or Flaky skin: Dehydration may cause dryness of skin which can be very prone to
develop bruise or...
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Describe what to look for when assessing the skin
Tissue viability risk assessments are mostly
carried out by observation. Therefore, a pair of keen eyes with understanding
of healthy skin is needed for the procedures. What to look for when assessing
skin are described here in below – ·          Intact
or ...
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Describe the changes that occur when damage caused by pressure develops
The changes that occur on skin when damage
caused by pressure are described here in below – Bruise: Skin colour may change into red, dark
red, reddish black or black, due to continuous pressure or strong pressure on
skin. Blister: Blister may appear or deve...
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Explain the implication of that legal entity on the structure and management of the organisation
Every
human being is responsible for their own action if liberty and democracy are
properly exercised.   Although we are all
responsible for our own action, but there are merely few people who have legal
standing in the eyes of law, and can influence the st...
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Describe your rights and responsibilities as a worker.
Health and safety My rights are to have a safe working environment. I must have all the equipment or machineries as necessary to perform any tasks safely. I must have access to the required information, guidelines and trainings. My responsibilities are to c...
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