Describe how theories of behaviour change can explain persistent unhealthy behaviour
In this assignment I will be talking about how these theories of behaviour changes explain why people continue to smoke which are:-
• Health – belief model
• Reasoned action
• Planned behaviour
• Compliance and non-compliance
• The sick role
• The placebo effects
• Psychosomatic and somatopsychic effects
Positive working practice
P4- Explain positive working practice with individuals with additional learning needs.
M2- Discuss positive working practice with individuals with additional learning needs.
D1- Evaluate working practices and their potential for breaking down barriers and improving the wellbeing and life chances of individuals with additional needs.
Unit 7 principles of safe practice in health and social care assignment level 3
This is the last assignment from P6 onwards that helped me get merit. Think the tutor was a bit mean as worked hard. Hope this helps you along the way. Good luck.
UNIT 21 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE, 21.4, NUTRITIONAL DIARY AND PLAN P4 P5 M3 D2
UNIT 21 NUTRITION FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE, HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE. BTEC Level 3. P4 P5 M3 D2. DISTINCTION* quality work.
UNIT 7 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE, 7.3 PATTERNS AND TRENDS, P3 M2 D1
UNIT 7 SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE, HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE. BTEC Level 3. 7.3, P3 M2 D1. DISTINCTION* quality work.
Unit 27 - P3 M2 D1
P3 – suggest strategies to minimise effects of challenging behaviour In a health and social care setting.
M2: Discuss strategies used to minimise effects of one type of challenging behaviour in health and social care settings.
D1 Evaluate strategies for dealing with one type of challenging behaviour in health and social care settings.
Unit 19 Nutrition
Complete essay on Nutrition within health and social care. This essay covers all learning outcomes with each aspect of the assessment criteria being successfully achieved. This document is best suited for those studying level 3 health and social care at further education level.