Undestand the Impact of Policy, Legislation, Regulation, Codes of Practice and Standards on Organisation Policy and Practice

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Principle of Health and Social care Practice

Teacher: Joydeep Dutta

Romaniuc Speranta Liliana

The word “principle” is coming out from Latin “principium” who means beginning, foundation. A principle is a law or a rule that has to be, or usually is to be followed, or can be desirably followed, or is an inevitable consequence of something. Many laws have been passed witch prohibit discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, sexual orientation or age disability. Treating a category of peoples less well than others, making assumption about people or stereotyping, are discriminatory practices. The carer must prevent all that’s and protect the user services giving respect, independence and autonomy.
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Protecting the patient from illness and infection can by control if the staff knows the infections control procedures (wearing glows, protective clothing, washing the hands before and after a contact with a patient.
1.3Person Centred approach is based on the theory of Dr.Carl Rogers(1902-1987),American humanistic psychology founder.
Person Centred approach is more than just user involved ,it is a way to put them in the the centre of the care and they can plan and set the direction of their life
Each Pearson Centred approach is different, people are not placed in a pre-existing service and expected to adjust. Service user’s involvement plays part in the development of the service, how looks is and how is operated .it is a non-directive approach .it believes in the other potential and ability to make the right choices for themselves, regardless of the service provider’s own value.
For the health practitioners is means that they have to respect the user decisions, recognition of the needs of people seeking care, commitment to quality of services
Having a patient as person centred regarding with
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