Anti-Discriminatory Practice Essay

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  • Anti Discriminatory Practice Essay

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    respect or regard him or her as an elderly person. As a result of this, it can make it difficult for the successfulness of anti-discriminatory practices in the workplace. Also, the lack of education and awareness of others culture and beliefs is a difficulty in implementing anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care settings. For example, staff did not see the need of including halal meal in a care home menu that has a Muslim resident. This is simply because the health care staffs lack

  • Implementing Anti Discriminatory Practice Within Health And Social Care Settings Essay

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    M3 – discuss difficulties that may arise when implementing anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care settings. There are many difficulties that may arise when implementing anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care settings such as; * The development of resentment culture. This is when an individual who has been discriminated against builds a hostility towards the individuals who discriminated against them, so that when that individual has children they pass these views to

  • Anti Oppression Pcs Model Essay

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    Evaluate the importance of anti oppressive practice in social work. Illustrate your answer using the PCS model. Within this essay the areas in which discrimination and oppression occur will be highlighted and then evaluated to show how ‘good’ anti oppressive/ discriminative practice within social work can ‘aid’ and empower service users who are in groups that experience oppression and discrimination to overcome their problems. Gil (1994) states that “the conditions that cause people to seek help

  • Essay on Care of the Vulnerable Adult

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    purposes of this essay the Elderly Care Scenario has been selected. The aim of this essay is to discuss the concept of vulnerability and why the patient in the Elderly Care Scenario is vulnerable. With reference to the NMC Code, the second part of the essay will discuss how the scenario demonstrates/does not demonstrate professional values and how the staff could have empowered the patient and demonstrated respect and maintained his dignity. The third part then discusses the anti-discriminatory issues within

  • HNC Social Care Values and Principles Essay

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    HNC SOCIAL CARE VALUES ESSAY This essay will examine how social care values and principles influence practice. My own value base was influenced by my parents and extended family initially. As I was growing up teachers and peers also influenced my values. Amongst some of the values I live my life by are having self-respect and being respectful of others; being trustworthy, honest and truthful; being non-judgemental. I was always encouraged to work hard and do well at school which would help me

  • How The Equality Act Promotes Anti Discriminatory Practice

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    Equality, Diversity and Rights in Health and Social Care In this essay I am going to explain how the Equality Act (2010) P4 and assess how the act promotes anti-discriminatory practice M2. I will also be evaluating how successful the Equality Act (2010) is in promoting anti-discriminatory practise.D1 The Equality Act (2010) is thought to be one of the most significant acts in promoting anti discriminatory behaviours by both employers and companies along with the rest of society. The Equality Act

  • Social Work : The Health And Care Professional Council

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    The profession I am going to base this essay on is Social Work. The standards that this line of work follows are set by the Health and Care Professional Council (HCPC). Social workers have to follow these standards so they can provide the best possible care and enable the HCPC to see where improvements are needed to prevent serious issues from arising. Social workers have to follow a number of different acts as part of their job, these are learnt when they complete the initial training. It is compulsory

  • Anti-Judgemental And Anti-Discriminatory Nursing Care Through Nursing In Nazi Germany

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    In this essay I will be exploring the importance of anti-judgemental and anti-discriminatory nursing care through Nursing In Nazi Germany (Steppe, 1992). Firstly, I will address the three key messages that are explored within this journal, describe the importance of anti-discriminatory nursing care, articulate the relevance of promoting non judgemental attitudes, and lastly explore the key messages further to wider literature. Essentially, the first key message addressed in this article is the

  • Anti Discriminatory In Health And Social Care

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    In this essay, I will be talking about anti-discriminatory practices in the healthcare sector and also the social care sector. There will be many aspects and laws explored such as anti-discriminatory practices, laws that try to minimise the discrimination in all walks of lives and the difficult that may arise from it. Anti-discriminatory is action taken to prevent discrimination on the presence of their race, class, gender, disability and age for example, and it takes into account how our behaviour

  • The Importance Of Anti Judgemental And Anti-Discriminatory Practice

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    This essay will consider the prominence of anti-judgemental and anti-discriminatory practice through the examination of the chosen article “‘Queer’ treatments: giving a voice to former patients who received treatments for their sexual deviation” by Dickinson, Cook, Playle and Hallett (2012). The three significant messages highlighted are the harmful medical practice utilised on the patients, the criminalisation of homosexuality until 1967 (Dickinson 2010) and the lack of autonomy of nursing profession