Unit 5- Working in Partnership
Name of Student: Beatrice Folasade Araromi
Student ID number: P1013574.
LO1: Understand partnership philosophies and relationships in health and social care services
1.1 Explain the philosophy of working in partnership in health and social care
1.2 Evaluate partnership relationships within health and social care services
LO2: Understand how to promote positive partnership working with users of services, professionals and organisations in health and social care. 2:1 Analyse models of partnership working across the health and social care 2:2 Review current legislation and organisational practices and policies for partnership working in health and social care. 2:3 Explain how differences in working practices and polices affect collaborative working.
LO3: Be able to evaluate the outcomes of partnership working for users of services, professionals and organisations in health and social care services. 3:1 Evaluate possible outcomes of partnership working for users of services, professionals and organisations. 3:2 Analyse the potential barriers to partnership working in health and social care services. 3:3 Devise strategies to improve outcomes for partnership working in health and social care services.
Within health and social care, there are many references to the need for health and social care agencies to ‘work together’ more effectively in ‘partnership’. Evidently, the health and social care sector provides a service for the wellbeing of vulnerable people which is achieved by considering a diagnosis of their health condition and also maintaining a report from health professionals. Working in partnership is a key element of practice within the health and social care sector
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