Principles of Safeguarding and Protection in Health and Social Care
3322 WordsMay 9th, 201214 Pages
Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care
ALL OUTCOMES IN RED ARE OBSERVATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT BY YOUR ASSESSOR. THE INFORMATION GIVEN INDICATES THE TYPES OF THINGS YOUR ASSESSOR WILL BE LOOKING FOR
Know how to recognise signs of abuse
1. Define the following types of abuse 2. Identify the signs and/or symptoms associated with each type of abuse.
Physical abuse - Punching, Kicking Scratching, Slapping, Biting, Scalding, Pulling hair, Poking Pinching, Pushing, Shoving, Burning, Binding limbs, Tripping over, Choking, Beating, Cutting, Imprisonment, Starvation, Forced feeding, Deliberate dehydration, Twisting arms, Sleep deprivation, Torture, Drowning, Bruising, Scalding.
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Explain the actions to take if there are suspicions that an individual is being abused
* Observe the person * Ask if they are ok * Inform the manager of your concerns * Record your concerns * Don’t ask leading questions e.g. Did Mr X punch you?”
Your workplace will have it’s own policies and procedures in place detailing and to who you should report your suspicions to and the correct course of action to follow. 2. Explain the actions to take if an individual alleges that they are being abused * Listen * Ask open questions. Do not ask detailed or probing questions * Remain calm. Do not express shock or dismay * Allow the person to express their feelings including their fear * Ask for information about what they are scared of and when they might be most at risk * Acknowledge regret and concern for what has taken place * Help them not to minimise the abuse they are experiencing and
Unit 22:Functions of Research to Health and Social Care Essay
1181 WordsJan 18th, 20135 Pages
WHAT IS RESEARCH? It is a planned process whereby information is collected for a specific purpose, analysed and reported.
FUNCTIONS OF RESEARCH TO HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE: Research might have so many different functions or aims which are as follows: identifying needs, highlighting gaps in provision, planning provision, informing policy or practice, extending knowledge and understanding, improving practice, aiding reflection, allowing progress to be monitored and examining topics of contemporary importance.
IDENTIFYING NEEDS: Research principles are being use to identify the needs of all individuals by health and social care workers who are responsible in care planning. A manager in a care home observe an individual resident may point out…show more content…
In some places, we have guidelines that are known internationally and give a framework for ethical research and this help to push the ethics codes that apply to research carried out in the NHS and universities in the UK.Code of conduct or practice for health and social care professional do not specific include research but the underlying principles of professional practice would be following the same pattern with expectations for ethical research. Below are some ethics principles that support with evidence all research. * Protecting individuals * Making sure that all individuals only participate voluntarily * Making sure that any personal information relating to the research is treated confidentially. * To specify that the plan for any research project is subject to independent close observation by experts.
Even though codes of ethics are written down, they are not known as rules, but it is given to set the boundaries of what is and is not an acceptable way to conduct research
PROTECTING INDIVIDUALS FROM HARM: This principle is to make sure that researchers put into consideration the possible effects of their research on the participants. For example, we have the participant rights and feelings should be put into consideration when planning the project and collecting the data from the individuals. Harm should