The Palliative Care Service supports palliative care service provision across

The palliative care service supports palliative care

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The Palliative Care Service supports palliative care service provision across all four levels. Q16: Outline the basic principles of person-centred practice. Person-cantered practice keeps the person in the centre of each and every process and the key focus is to benefit the person ultimately by the best efforts of the plan. This practice is commonly employs in the healthcare system when the patient is the key focus of healthcare services. The basic principles of the person-cantered or patient-cantered practice involve the coordination, respect the dignity of the person, active involvement of the person in the healthcare system, towards achieving the goals of the care keeping in mind the complete wellbeing of the person or the patient. Q17: Outline the basic principles of strengths-based practice. T he basic principles involved in Strength-based practice are as follows: Firstly focusing on the strength and expertise of the human resources in the team. Then the ability of the persons in decision making Recognizing the social context of the person. Command on the language for effective communication The attribute of the commitment to social justice Q18: Outline the basic principles of active support when providing support services. Basic principle of active support services:- Maintain dignity, compassion and respect of person Encourage to promote participation Support the activity of plan and provide guidance to full fill it. Have good relationship that lasts for long period Make choice and control over their life Keeping track Star_CHCCCS025_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v2.0
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16 Offer personalised care, support, and treatment Have opportunity to develop experience and develop skill Q19: Give two examples of strategies to work positively with families, carers and friends. Strategies to work positively with families, carers and friends are: A) For the positive relationship with the families, carers and friends one should organise strategies to maintain the rights of them B) one should identify the effect of caring on families, carers and friends Q20: Give two examples of your legal and ethical requirements with regard to privacy and confidentiality when working with carers and families. Under the Health Privacy Principles contained in this legislation, which applies to both public and private organisations that hold health information, health information can only be used or disclosed for the primary purpose of its collection or a directly related secondary purpose which the individual would reasonably. - Laws are mandatory guidelines while ethics are voluntary guidelines. Man starts learning Ethics from the time of birth while laws, according to the requirement of specific actions to make them standardize. Laws are not always based on ethics Q21: Give two examples of your legal and ethical requirements with regard to disclosure when working with carers and families.
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