Principle Care Practice

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Principle of Care Practice
md shibbir ahmed
ID: LCC 20102431

Ans. to the P1
In health care setting every individuals has their own rights to be treated fairly. The rights are based upon on the principles of care value base, such as: promoting anti-discriminatory practice, maintaining confidentiality, promoting and supporting individuals rights to dignity, needs (which is included physical, emotional, environmental, social, cultural, mental health, spiritual etc) choices, preferences, independence and safety, equality, diversity and human rights, acknowledging an individual’s personal beliefs and identity, protecting individuals from abuse, promoting effective communication and relationships and providing individualized patient care. The main concern of the principles is to ensure that service users and careers are treated with respect and to protect the safety of service users. Every organization follows the policy and procedure which is legal obligation. There is an array of health and safety regulation and codes of practice that apply to people at work. There are regulations dealing with specific activities, such as using screens and keyboards (the Display Equipment Regulations 1992) or working with dangerous materials (the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 - known as the COSHH Regulations), as well as many others, Personal Protective Equipment at work Regulation 1992.Specific requirements covering the workplace itself are given in the Workplace (Health Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992, The Health and Safety at Work, etc Act 1974, The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992. The main principles are in the care setting:

To protect the safety of service users and improve the quality of care they receive.
Take a proportionate approach, based on assessment of the risk of harm, the quality of care and evidence of non-compliance with the law.
Processes will be transparent and accountable.
Improvement the service wherever possible.
Put particular emphasis on equality, diversity and human rights, particularly where services are provided to those who are less able to speak for themselves.
Work must be led by appropriately trained and skilled staff.
Maintain confidentiality and follows the organization policy and procedure
Coordinate work with other regulators
Monitor the operation of the enforcement policy, and take seriously if any comments. Human right is vital ways of underpinning the significance of the performance in health care setting emphasize that ensuring the dignity and self-respect of the vulnerable, which is central to the fulfillment of human rights. Service users’ privacy and dignity will be respected by all staff, given opportunities, encouragement and support to promote independence, protected from abuse or the risk of abuse, clean environment to protect from infection, not put risk to using unsafe or unsuitable equipment, to meet dietary needs, staff who are well managed and have the chance to develop and improve their skills, If someone makes a complaint it should be listen to and it will be acted upon properly. Keeping records, including medical records, will be accurate and kept safe and confidential.
Ans. to the P2

Safety systems in health care organizations seek to prevent harm to the staff, service user and their families and friends, health care professionals, volunteers, and the many others individual into a health care setting. Safety is one aspect of provide the good quality service to protecting harm. Harm is defined as a person who may be unable to protect themselves, or from exploitation or neglect, for their disability, mental disorder, illness or physical or mental infirmity. Harm can cause of abuse. At risk of harm is defined as all harmful conduct which is included: Physical, Psychological, Neglect, Financial, Sexual, Withholding information, Discrimination....
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