If we supposed that the service level agreement states that the system would not be offline or unavailable more than 45000 seconds a month then the goal would be to stay away from exciding the stated time. In the data from the years 2009-2017 we can see that the average total downtown is 44151.24 and we can determine that for the most part we are keeping with the goal of not exciding the 45000 mark. In the histogram, we can also see that there was also a high number of occurrences were the system was offline or unavailable for more than 45000.
1. To make sure the care and treatment can continue to be given safely no matter which staff are on duty, 24 hours a day, seven days a week 2. To record the care that has been given to the patient/client 3. To make sure there is an accurate record to be used as ‘evidence’ when there is a complaint from a patient/client about the
The mere idea of it all is to help decrease the homeless population by any means necessary and that 's with providing skills trade in living facilities which can help the people of today. I have never been homeless but I work with families and children who have key of living deplorable living arrangements for had to live in shelters and it just hurts my heart to know that I have to be apart of change period and doing so only way to do this is to incorporate services not idea and put them all in the
In mental health there are a lot of different roles of different agencies and professionals within the assessments, both of these are for the protection of the service user and service provisions these include mental health services which are set up and run by the NHS organisations as well as some voluntary sectors there are also private companies which are paid for by or commissioned by the NHS. A local GP should be able to recognise a service users symptoms and diagnose the service users symptoms of mental health or psychosis then they should refer the service user to an intervention service were they will then be assessed. These assessments will then be carried out on the service user, which will then provide them with the right services
Facilitate the transition of service members (SMs) from the initial treatment phase through recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration back into a military position or into "civilian life" as a veteran Ensure that the CRP or Comprehensive Transition Plan (CTP) is complete and that it meets the RSM 's and he family 's needs and goals Collaborate with the unit commander and case managers to coordinate resources identified in the plan Ensure accessibility to resources and care and minimize delays and gaps in service Provide oversight and assistance, identifying gaps in non-medical services, to address everything from home adaption, transportation, and finances to child care and education Ensure Airmen are connected with the appropriate
7 / D.P7: Explain how different procedures maintain health and safety in a selected health or social care setting Maintaining health and safety in health and social care is extremely important to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of all their service users as well as other individuals service providers may come in contact with in the setting. There are several procedures that help to maintain this health and safety however they can all vary between settings for example, health and safety procedures will be slightly different and more focused on certain areas in hospitals and especially in paediatric ward compared to in drop-in centres where the needs and risk to service users are slightly different. Some of the procedures used in health and social care to maintain health and safety include; infection control and prevention, safe moving and handling of equipment and individuals, food preparation and storage, storage and administration of medication and storage and disposal of hazardous substances.
Project 3 As a health care professional, you will be with people at the beginning of their life, when they are born, and with them at the end of their life, when they pass away. You will see people as they are born and as they pass away. Because you will be exposed to these areas of life and the individuals themselves you must be comfortable and able to remain professional during these circumstances. While speaking to someone who you know is passing away would be difficult and sad I am comfortable doing it.
These are important because they help them make decisions about the character of professionals who apply to our register and we use them if someone raises a concern about a registrant’s practice. Health and Care Professions Council- Standard of conduct performance and ethics (hcpc.uk). code of conducts sets the standard of conduct expected of all social workers and healthcare support workers. The enable social care workers to abide by code of conduct.
To prevent discrimination from happening in workplaces non-discriminatory practises are put into place which have to be followed by organisations (and workers of) health and social care services. These organisations must have a code of practise and polices which make sure that discrimination can not occur and that they are not breaking the law in workplaces. Service providers must recognise and respond to the needs and all requirements of the people who access these services. A law was put In 2005 where people aren 't allowed to treat other people differently because of their disability this is called “the disability discrimination act 2005” this is an act of parliament of the United Kingdom.
P3 research: I will now compare different research methodologies for health and social care. There are two types of research that are commonly used when research projects are being taken out, which aim to benefit health and social care related services. These two types of research are called quantitative research and qualitative research. The difference between these two is how they collect the information they need in different way and use different kinds of sources, but both benefit the health system. Without research being carried out medical professionals/and laboratory scientists would not be able to provide us with improved medications that can improve our health.
Sami Mesgun RH Critical Analysis Study The right to health as a human right asserts the right to health is a “fundamental part of our human rights and of our understanding of a life in dignity” (The Right to Health, 2008, p. 1). On one hand, the right to health is closely related to and dependent upon the realization of other human rights (Health & Human Rights, 2002). On the other hand, the enjoyment of other human rights such as the right to education and the right to active, free, and meaningful participation is closely related to the right to health, or—as articulated in international law—“the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health” (The Right to Health, 2008, p. 1). This paper aims to critically discuss the right to health as a human right using the available literature for comparative analysis.
Before the HRA of 1998, most people who suffered human rights abuses did not know that their rights have been violated, and even if they knew, they did not know where or who to turn to for help. The UK government educated people about their human rights and informed them of the local and international solutions available to them when their rights are violated. Equality and Human Rights Commission inspects human rights, protecting equality across nine grounds: age, disability, gender, race, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity, marriage, sexual orientation*. The EHRC promotes equality and protect human rights in a number of ways. The EHRC can provide information to individuals so that they know what their rights are.
The Human Rights Act 1998 ‘The Human Rights Act 1998 is integrated and implemented into UK in 2000’. It confirms the responsibility of the public servants such as police, hospitals, public schools, and so on to complete all the public functions within the set parameters. ‘These parameters or code of behavior promises the security of social rights and essential individualities of the people’. Further, this act guarantees the everybody has right to practice public services and ‘they should have right to be treated equally with much needed dignity regardless whether they are young or old, rich or poor, progenies or elderly, male or female’. ‘The rights, the Human Rights Act 1998 protects are, right and defend to life, the prevention of inhuman behavior, servitude and force labor, liberty and self-determination, non-discriminatory hearing, confidentiality and matrimonial matters, thoughts, religion, conviction, discrimination,
Discrimination and inequality are both unfair and oppressive ways to make people feel inferior and suffer a detriment as a result, in turn discrimination and unequal treatment leaves the individual or group of people suffers of oppression. Discrimination and unequal treatment play a huge part in every community, and especially with regards to certain groups within each. This assignment will critically analyse discrimination and inequality within the community, evaluate Equality Legislation in Ireland, and weigh up how your own prejudice attitudes and assumptions can affect your role as a social care practitioner. Discrimination is when an individual or group of people are treated differently because of their race, religion, gender, age,
In a layman’s term, advocacy is the move to make the voice of the marginalised and vulnerable people heard. Everybody have rights and needs that must be met but some group of people, due to their inability or difficulty to voice out their minds, are unable to meet these needs or demand for their rights and entitlements; when it comes to making decisions that pertain to their lives, their voice and feelings are (sometimes) being ignored and they are treated as if they do not exist. Advocacy is the forum through which the rights of the marginalised are campaigned, and through where appropriate quarters are challenged for these group’s exclusion. According to Solomam (1985), it “involves either an individual or group, or their representatives, pressing their case with