Health care assistant
The role of a MIDWIFE.
The roles and responsibilities in midwifery are;
Providing an effective care and support to the patient and for their babies during labour
The Midwives also play a role during the postnatal period (time after birth). Such as;
Midwives diagnose, monitor and examine women during pregnancy.
Provide full antenatal care including the screening tests in the hospital, community and at home.
Midwives identify high risked pregnancies and they make referrals to doctors and other medical specialists.
They arrange and provide parental and health education.
They also provide counselling and advice and after screening tests.
The holistic assessment includes assessing the needs and preferences taken on by the professional by using assessment tools and working closely with the individual.
Identifying current provisions by the professional identifying the resources required to meet individual’s needs
The Care plan targets are made to be achieved and professional identifies an individual that can support and empower the client by using appropriate care In a health and social care settings, health care professionals such as Midwives hold an important diary of their up-to-date schedule with their work rota’s and meetings with NHS professionals. Midwives would record important information the service users would tell them about their health and other medical issues during their pregnancy. With these recordings, the midwives would have shown their recordings from their diaries. Ensuring that targets are met.
The service user who is vulnerable would find it very difficult in working with too many professionals at the same time. This can become very overwhelming towards the service user. An individual just came out of operation and various professionals come and check up on you all the time.
The role of a Health care assistant
Health care assistants is involved in