Essay about Working in Partnership in health and social care

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Learning Outcomes Assessment requirements To achieve each outcome a learner must demonstrate the ability to: 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 services 2.1 Analyse models of partnership working across the health and social care sector 2.2 Review current legislation and organisational practices and policies for partnership working in health and social care 2.3 Explain…show more content…
Further enquiry was carried out in July 2009 and the report was released on 24th February 2010. This lead to the Trust apologising for its fallings and payouts of up to £11.000 were received by some of the affected families. In June 2010 a new public inquiry was set up by the new government chaired by Robert Francis QC which began on 8th November 2010. A million pages of previous evidence and hearings from witnesses were considered. The final report was published on 6th February 2013 and made 290 local and national recommendations which includes that the regulators should monitor and de- authorize the Foundation Trust. The care sector was not left out of this as there have been Serious Case Reviews both in the Children and Adult Services such as Adult A, Victoria Climbee, Baby P and Daniel Pelka among others. These reviews investigated cases of abuse, neglect and subsequent death of these vulnerable adults and children and triggered changes in the law and working practices. As a result, new policies, frameworks and strategies have been developed and implemented to drive the prevention of such cases, for example the Children Act 2004 and The Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty to Safeguards 2007. The Mental Capacity Act stipulates that those with dementia, mental illness or physical disability cannot be labeled as lacking mental capacity or as being unable to
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