I will refer to a particular service user I support as (A). 2years ago (A) was assessed and deemed a risk to their self in the community and within the house when alone with out staff support during the hours of 8am and 9pm but at night (A) had appropriate measures in place to ensure safety at night, door
| | A.White list | | | B.Black list | | | C.Log file | | | D.Fully qualified domain names | | Answer Key: B | | | Question 10 of 15 | 7.0 Points | Which of the following do you not get with network address translation (NAT)? | | A.A dynamically assigned public IP address for internal clients | | | B.Port address translation (PAT) | | | C.Conversion between internal addresses and external public addresses | | | D.A static public IP address for each internal client | | Answer Key: D | | | Question 11 of 15 | 6.0 Points | You can filter which type of traffic on a typical firewall? | | A.Ingress only | | | B.Egress only | | | C.Both ingress and egress | | | D.None of the above | | Answer Key: C | | | Question 12 of 15 | 6.0 Points | Which layer of the OSI reference model handles logical addressing (IP addresses) and routing traffic?
CPD is In my role I am bound by regulations, codes of practice, and care standards. The Care Standards state that I should: • Protect the rights and promote the interests of residents and carers I achieve this within my role by ensuring residents and their families are informed, kept up to date and by providing clear choices. I will act as an advocate on behalf of the young people in my care, to ensure they are represented and heard.
Take-Home EXAM 1 Return to Assessment List Part 1 of 1 - 100.0 Points Question 1 of 25 4.0 Points Which of the following is not usually an aim of epidemiology? A.To describe the health status of the population B.To fund new public health programs C.To explain the etiology of disease D.To predict the occurrence of disease E.To control the distribution of disease Answer Key: B Question 2 of 25 4.0 Points The Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) is responsible for (give the best answer): A.tracking down unusual disease outbreaks in the United States and foreign countries B.collecting epidemiologic intelligence for local health departments C.disseminating epidemiologic information to members of the community A.Tertiary B.Secondary C.Primary D.Both A and B Answer Key: D Question 14 of 25 4.0 Points In 1900, the death rate per 100,000 population for influenza and pneumonia (I & P) was 202.2; it was 22.4 in 2003. How much did the death rate due to I & P decline
1. Some of the legislation and national guidelines affecting pressure area care are: Care Standards Act2000 Human Rights Act NICE Guidelines European pressure ulcer advisory panel National pressure ulcer advisory panel CQC Essential Standards of quality and safety Manual handling Health and Safety Act 2. Working according to the agreed ways means following the organisation’s policy and procedures in relation to pressure areas. It also means following the individual care plans and respecting the instructions in place. For example making sure a resident is turned every two hours, applying Cavilon cream on areas; fill in turning charts, prompt fluid intake. Under the duty of care a care assistant must always be aware of and raise concerns regarding possible pressure areas. Always record information in care plans accurately and in confidentiality.
Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care Services Unit: 654 Manage disciplinary processes in health and social care or children and young people's settings.
1. What is metabolic absorption? “All the cells take in and use nutrients and other substances from their surroundings. Cells of the intestine and the kidney are specialized to carry out absorption. Cells of the kidney tubules reabsorb fluids and synthesize proteins. Intestinal epithelial cells reabsorb fluids and synthesize protein enzymes” (McCance & Huether, pg. 2).
Unit 4222-319 Facilitate person centred assessment, planning, implementation and review (HSC 2020) Outcome 1 As a support worker, it is imperative that we look at all aspects of health and social care with a holistic approach when planning and provision is concerned. Holistic means looking at a situation as a whole
Unit 4222-331 (HSC 3047) Support use of medication in social care settings The “rights” of safe medication administration Service user: verify identity of the service user Medicine: verify identity of medicine to be given Dose: verify the amount to be given, carefully determine the strength and the quantity Time: verify time for the medicine to be taken Route: verify the route by which the medicine is to be administered and follow procedures Assessment Criteria Outcome 1: Legislative framework for the use of medication in social care settings 1. Identify legislation that governs the use of medication in social care settings The following legislation has a direct impact on the handling of medication within a * It may be returned to the dispensing pharmacist for disposal. * Nursing care providers are not covered by this legislation and must make their own arrangements for the disposal of unwanted medicine through a licensed waste management company.
Outcome 1 Understand own responsibilities, and responsibilities of others, relting to health and safety in the work setting.
Bruno Albertassi Mrs. Schwartz HIST 100 9/5/14 DBQ Week 2 Locals from Virginia had to deal with many different agricultural problems. Farming in Northampton County was not as rewarding as living in areas like the James and the York. “Early inhabitance of Northampton County could not escape the omnipresent influence of the sea…They were for the most part, small scale producers of grain, tobacco, and livestock.”(Breen, Innes 37) What really devastated this reign was the lack of trade routes due to the shallow harbor and creeks. Many powerful storms from all four seasons destroyed the coast. These storms altered the geographic representation of Northampton County. Due to the vast amounts of streams and creeks flooding into the ocean many coves were formed which as Breen and Innes stated “they anticipated not only that the coves were afforded safe, deep-water harbors, but also that the creeks provided easy access to distant inland resources.” (Breen, Innes 38) Despite the deeper harbor and creeks, a captain
1. (TCO B) Identify four categories of measures that might constitute a Balanced Scorecard of performance measures and provide an example of each. Also explain how a Balanced Scorecard could assist your organization. This answer must be in your own words—significant cut and paste from the text or other sources is not acceptable. (Points : 30)
Xiaoxi Chen Chen 1 Professor Cameron Johnston AP/SOSC1140 12 February 2015 The Great Transformation to Market Society We are living in market society, which is so different from previous societies. In market society, the whole of society is a system of self-regulating market (Polanyi 43). In order to make the market society function, people need to think and act in certain ways(Polanyi 68). For example, people in market society think that economic relations are much more important than interpersonal relations (Polanyi 44). Polanyi calls the emergence of market society “the great transformation”. My thesis statement is that the shift to market society is a
Final Exam: PROC 5890 1. You recently retired from government contracting work and established a consulting company (fully consistent with government ethics laws and rules, of course) with the primary focus of advising potential government contractors and subcontractors. Mr. Johnny Jones, of The Johnny Jones Flooring and Construction Company has approached you with a question. Jones and his company are potential subcontractors (they, obviously, specialize in flooring) on a federal construction contract worth a little over two million dollars ($ 2,000,000.00) recently awarded to the Jimmy Smith Construction Company (Jimmy Smith, the prime contractor). Neither Johnny nor his company have ever been part of a government contract
8. The db_name was minimized to just the database name. The full path, as listed, is really the db_unique_name which is used for making a globally unique name to a network of distributed database servers.