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BTEC National Level 3 Health and Social Care notes (1st edition)

Elizabeth Rasheed, Alison Hetherington - ISBN: 9781471878596

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P4- Carry out a quantitative analysis of daily intake of nutrients and energy by one individual P5- Prepare a one-week plan for improving the nutrition of the chosen individual M3- Assess how the plan will meet the nutritional needs of the chosen individual D2- Evaluate how the nutritional plan might improve the health of the chosen individual

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P3 - Explain possible influences on dietary intake M2- Assess how influences on dietary intake may affect the nutritional health of individuals D1- Make realistic recommendations for minimizing negative influences on the individuals in a specific health and social care setting

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P5: Participate in a one-to-one interaction in a health and social care context. P6: Participate in a group interaction in a health and social care context. M2: Review strategies used to overcome barriers to effective communication and interpersonal interactions. D1: Add a written evaluation of the strategies used in your placement environments to overcome barriers to effective communication and interpersonal interactions. M3: Developing effective communication in health and social care Assessm...

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Unit 23 - Complementary Therapies for Health and Social Care - P3,P4 & P5
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Acupuncture: to be able to carry out acupuncture treatment the proficient should have and get to the uncommonly ......Chiropractic - The delivery of treatment includes uncommonly qualified individual to have a profound ..........Homeopathy - this can be conveyed within shape of fluid weakened substances that are assumed ........Alexander Technique: Advantages – There are a few points of interest of alexander procedure one which is truth that it doesn’t include any possibly.........Bio- c...

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P3- Describe the investigations that are carried out to enable the diagnosis of these physiological disorders. M1- Assess the possible difficulties involved in the diagnosis of the disorders from their signs and symptoms. P4. M3- discuss the care strategies that can be used to support individuals with each of the physiological disorders.

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Unit 38 - Environmental Health (P3,P4,P5,M2,M3,D1,D2)
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Describe strategies that have been developed to reduce the impact of human activity on the environment (P3) In this part progressing to describing techniques that have been developed to decrease effect of human movement on environment. I will be basing on it on pollution – air, water and noises. To start with to recognize point source pollution from non-point pollution. Point source pollution is described as "a single identifiable source of water, thermal, noise or light pollution. While non...

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Physical/Geographic - The issue with the complementary treatments is the truth that they are not available in all parts of the nation as example drug st....Codes of ethics: the code of ethics is there to make beyond any doubt that the professionals...........Effectiveness: All of the professionals are attempting when carrying out a particular therapies ..........Types of Complementary TherapiesChiropractic: This can be almost like massages but is the method somewhat differs from it. The professi...

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The orthodox medications moreover known as the ordinary medications are more often than not exceptionally different from the complementary medications that are said to be non-conventional. Orthodox medicines center on more of arrangement of different restorative treatment and methods including surgeries and chemical substances such as painkiller ................................Discuss role of two complementary therapies in maintaining health and well-being and their effectiveness............Comp...

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P4 Achieved The sexual offences Act 1976 Enables sex offender to be monitor and vulnerable people to be protected. The sexual offender register was producing for identi Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 Necessitate that individual people from being cause to situation of abuse or being mistreated. Mental Capacity Act 2005 Founded the Independent Mental Capacity Advocate Service (IMC’s).

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<b>Help your students gain the academic expertise and employability skills needed for further progression in education or the workplace with this textbook, fully updated to reflect the new structure and content of the 2016 Level 3 BTEC qualification.</b><br /><b></b><br />- Prepare your students for new external assessment requirements with teaching guidance and tips<br />- Contextualise knowledge and build practical understanding of concepts with real-world issues and scenarios <br />- Provide opportunities to stretch and challenge Distinction students<br />- Help students prepare for assignments with activities linked to assessment criteria