Recognising that working with people is a partnership rather than a relationship controlled by professionals
2. Analysefactors that influence the capacity of an individual to expressconsentFactors that influence whether a person cannot consent are age, (are they an adult), illness...
ques 3. What factors would influence the capacity of an individual to expressconsent
The term “consentcapacity” describes an adult’s ability to understand information relevant to making an informed, voluntary decision. A wide variety of diseases, disorders, conditions, and injuries can affect...
respect choices the service user has made don’t just make them for them.
3.1 Analysefactors that influence the capacity of an individual to expressconsent:
It is very important when making decisions to take in every aspect of capability of a service user as everyone is an individual and are...
. One aims to analyse sources of knowledge, which relate to Geraldine and reasons for why the staff at the group home have concerns. One will discuss the chosen article, and explore if Geraldine lacks capacity to consent. One’s decision to liaise with Geraldine’s doctor and staff from the group home to...
. Always should ask and check their preferences before acting.
3.1 Having capacity of an individual to expressconsent means being able to undertake the stages of decision-making. This means the individual is able to understand the information they are being given that is relevant to the decision...
able to establish
consent when providing
care or support
3.1 Analysefactors that influence the capacity of an
individual to expressconsent
• A stroke or brain injury;
• A mental health problem;
• A learning disability;
• Confusion, drowsiness or unconsciousness
factors such as attention span, anxieties, shifting values and past experience of making choices.
Descriptive models of choice are concerned how people choose in real life settings and recognise a range of internal and external influences on choice. Jenkinson draws several important conclusions...
professional to demonstrate reject, professionalism and also help them to build trust between them and the individual through applying person centred values.
Factors that can influence an individual’s capacity to expressconsent.
Age, illness and mental capacity are both factors that can influence...
capacity to contract. Individuals who are mentally disturbed in their lives have limitations on their power to contract.
(P2.1) ANALYSE SPECIFIC CONTRACT TERMS WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR IMPORTANCE AND IMPACT IF THESE TERMS ARE BROKEN:
THE TERMS OF BUSINESS CONTRACTS
A contract comprises a set of...
typically want the
questionnaire to identify the respondent
so that they can follow-up with these individuals who express concerns about the
services received. If this is the case, clear
provisions for confidentiality must be
made, including, for example, removal of
the information identifying the...
mental capacity to
decide that she didn’t want to go through with procedure. This incident raised some serious issues surrounding Mrs Williams’ capacity to
The author will identify what consent is, the different types of consent that a patient can give and discuss how a patient can be...
care and support services are delivered. The most important part if the plan is the outcome that people want to achieve
3. Be able to establish consent when providing care or support.
3.1 Analyse that influence the capacity of an individual to expressconsent.
The question of capacity to make...
of Australians in terms of current trends and groups most at risk
P3 describes how an individual’s health is determined by a range of factors
H3 analyses the determinants of health and health inequities
• a capacity to exercise influence over personal and community health outcomes
psychosocial influences of the illness for the patient and others who may have been involved with the care. I will also reflect upon this episode by using a reflective model and examining the nursing process, using a holistic perspective throughout the reflective framework. Maintaining...
profession where practitioners are called upon to provide care and treatment to a patient. However, the right to dignity and choice means that touching an individual is limited in law with an initial presumption that it must not occur without consent. The clinical purpose comes from the fact that in most...
sitting and spending time with individuals on a 1:1 basis
Intensive interaction with individuals
2.3 Adapt actions and approaches in response to an individual’s changing needs or preferences;
By reviewing care plans on a regular basis
3.1 Analyze factors that influence the capacity of...
Expert on that significant news, who will give significant news to an individual or key people
Others factors that influence who should give significant news to an individual or key people are, the individual's choice, the individual's capacity, the expert opinions or the opinions...
such a behaviour. Both factors can be present on individual and environmental level.
Some of the protective factors include: caring school climate, close relationship with a parent, teacher or relative, positive peer influence, positive adult model, bonding to school, sense of self-efficacy and...
designs and implements training plans to improve performance H11 designs psychological strategies and nutritional plans in response to individual performance needs H12 analyses the influence of sociocultural factors on the way people participate in and value physical activity and sport (Option 2) H13...
Understand the importance of establishing consent when providing care or support
The learner can:
3.1 Describe factors that influence the capacity of an individual to expressconsent.
The question of a person’s capacity to understand will always remain a complex decision. Parliament has...