may be presented.
4.3. Describe materials and equipment that can assist in administering medication.
6.1. Explain the importance of the followingprinciples in the use of medication:
• self-medication or active participation
• dignity and privacy
12. Explain the importance of the followingprinciples in the use of medication.
Consent, self administration, dignity and privacy and confidentiality.
If someone self-medicates or is...
Explain the importance of the followingprinciples in the use of medication
* When caring for an individual their consent is needed about various aspects of that care on a daily basis.
* In order for consent to be gained, you will need to present all the...
individual, assess abilities
and level of mobility, reduce risk of harm/ discomfort, provide privacy,
ensure correct practices are followed, abide by specific care plans, record
accidents/ incidents correctly.
Explain the importance of following an individual’s care
plan and fully engaging with them...
People may react in different ways to constructive feedback, some people may take it on board and use it to improve better work practice, whereas others may take offence and feel they are being patronised.
2.2 Explain the importance of seeking feedback to improve practice and inform...
of the followingprinciples in the use of medication.
Self - medication or active participation
Dignity and privacyConsentConfidentiality
Mrs. D self-medicates or is actively encouraged to participate in the whole process of taking her medication, depending on their ability, for example. I...
invasion of privacy and any threat to dignity as well as how the subjects will be compensated in that case.
2. Beneficence- do not harm
This principle ensures that researchers exercise a professional mandate to carry out significant and effective research so as to serve and promote the...
patients care and confidentiality towards patients information. After a few months together as a team of anticoagulation in this hospital, I’ve noticed that the service and care provided by a warfarin clinic are excellent, however, they have close the eyes to the importance of privacy and...
you are talking to them. (Leveson.R 2007).This upholds the confidentiality, privacy and dignity of Mr Chamber; this is working within the code of practice, of confidentiality and consent. Has Noted Mr Chambers is a frail gentleman who will require assistance with his activities of daily living, and...
, and the limitations of their expertise do not lead to or condone unjust practice
Respect for People's Rights and Dignity-Psychologists respect the dignity and worth of all people, and the rights of individuals to privacy, confidentiality, and self-determination. Psychologists are aware that...
aware of what kind of support they need (if any) with medication tasks. The level of support you can provide is also linked to your organisational policy on medication.
1. Explain the importance of the followingprinciples in the use of medication
Communicate with the individual...
-medication or active participation consentexplain the importance of the followingprinciples in the use of medication demonstrate how to dispose of unused or unwanted medication safely demonstrate how to store medication safely demonstrate how to receive supplies of medication in line with agreed ways of...
- first aid
- use of special equipment
- administrating of medication
- food handling and preparation
- any moving and handling procedures
1.5 Explain how to access additional support and information relating to health and safety
I can acces information regarding health and safety from...
development and implementation of health and social care organisational policy.
1 Understand how principles of support are implemented in health and social care practice
Principles of support: respecting individuality, rights, choice, privacy, independence, dignity, respect and...
Unit 4222-205 Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care
Outcome 1 Know how to recognise signs of abuse
1. Define the following types of abuse:
a. Physical abuse
Physical abuse can include: hitting, slapping, pushing, pinching, force feeding, kicking, burning...
RP. Self-determination vs family-determination: two icommensurable principles of autonomy. Bioethics;11:309-22. 1997
 Anita L A. Genetic Privacy: Emerging Concepts and Values. in Mark A. Rothstein (ed.). Genetic Secrets: Protecting Privacy and Confidentiality in the Genetic Era. CT: Yale University Press.1997...
Undermining a person’s confidence and self esteem
Not delivering basic care needs, washing, medication, nutrition, warmth, light, safe environment
5.13 Explain the actions to take if unsafe practices have identified
If unsafe practices have been identified, they need to be reported...
at the prescribed time according to the care plan Assist the individual to be as self managing as possible Explain the importance of seeking help and advice from a relevant member of staff if the individual will not or cannot take the medication Monitor the individual’s condition throughout the...