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    A social inequality in the world is access to healthcare for all individuals. Impacting Access to? healthcare is explained by socioeconomic factors. They are uninsured a disadvantage to healthcare quality and being able to utilize it. Social stratification is the classification of representatives who are superior than others. Stratification is the unjust distribution of individuals beyond social categories that are distinguished by different access to resources. Healthcare is socially stratified

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    Social Care Issues

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    in employees constantly being overworked and stressed. Social Justice is defined as the fair distribution of society’s benefits and responsibilities and their consequences. It focuses on the relative position of one social group in relation to others in society as well as on the root causes of disparities and what can be done to eliminate them (Canadian Nurses Association [CNA], 2009). The unjust situation that I encountered is considered social injustice because of the discrimination that the employees

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    difference between health care and social care. Health care this is where your needs are met medically this could be through NHS, for example if someone was suffering from illness or injury etc. The national health services are in the responsibility of the Welsh Government, As for social care services are run by local authority and services could be for example would be like day care centres, adult placements and also care homes. According to (Addison 1994), “The social services in Britain, taken

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    Social Care Diamond

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    1.4 Types of care diamond The characteristics of care diamonds in various countries or societies could be classified into several categories, but there is no consent way of the categorization. Yet, as Daly and Lewis (2000) argued, even if no single or simple methods could be employed to categorize countries in the respect of social care, the categorization of care regimes could be useful for the identification of tendencies of care in each country. The classification of care regimes is popularly

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    A duty of care in a social care setting means there are standards of care that have to be met; as a care worker it is your responsibility to deliver the highest standard of care possible. 1.2 Duty of care contributes to the safe guarding or protection of individuals by having set rules regarding the treatment of the individual person which others are to follow. Any treatment outside of these standards is to be raised and investigated. OUTCOME2 2.1 Potential conflicts or dilemmas that may arise

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    Social Care Legislation

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    employers (visitors,service users,volunteers,care workers,clients and the general public). In order to keep the legislation working it has to have a set of rules that it needs to follow in the Health and Social care environment by having a set of influences it would be easier for everyone to follow and would make sure the legislation is working in the correct way these influences should be put into place by service managers: In an Health and Social care environment every employer and employee needs

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    Health & Social Care

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    BTEC HIGHER NATIONAL HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE: LEVEL-5 | Unit 16: Understanding specific needs in health & social care | Student name Student ID | Assessor name | | Margaret Amankwah | Date issued | Completion date | Submitted on | | | | | | Assignment title | Understanding specific needs in health and social care | Assignment Overview: Individuals have a wide & diverse range of demands & care needs. The aim of this assignment

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    Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 1 Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice (a) What it means to have a duty of care in one’s own work role A duty of care is a legal obligation to all Health and Social carers and professionals who have to act in the best interests of individuals and others, also not to act or fail to act in a way that results in harm. This duty of care can be a general implied minimum

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    Psycho-Social Care

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    Healthcare The Liberian Government, through the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), the caretaker of the nation’s health services and advocate for children’s health and welfare has prioritized improving its health sector. However, the colossal task of bringing the health system back to pre-civil war years has become a formidable challenge. Besides, the limitation of services to both the rural and urban poor, the health system lacks trained medical personnel, including technicians, nurses

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    Social Care Inequality

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    Health and social class have always been closely linked. Recent research has shown that the gap between social classes is not only widening in terms of annual income but also in terms of health. Social class affects a person's physical health, longevity, and ability and access to appropriate nutrition and medical care. People who have received more education and have a higher income are less likely to have and die of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, strokes, diabetes, and cancer. While individuals

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