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Research Methodology Part One

Unit HSC M3Safeguarding and protection in health and social careWeek 412th December 2016

Time to Think

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Learning OutcomesIdentify four tasks relating to safeguarding that should not be carried out without special trainingExplain the role of independent prescribers in the healthcare profession

RecapA2- Describe the boundaries of confidentiality in relation to the safeguarding, protection and well-being of individuals.

Remember individual information should be passed on with the service users consent, but if the person is in danger it should be passed on immediately to a senior person.Remember to include information about the legislation affecting confidentiality.

When you start a job what should your employers ensure takes place?

Tasks

What needs to be considered?

Statutory Training- this is required by law as part of the Health and Safety at Work ActMandatory Training- this is required by your own organisation to do your job correctly

Have you met your objectives?

Prescribing of treatmentHealthcare professionals that can prescribe medication are:-Nurse prescribersPharmacist prescribersOptometrist prescribersDoctorsDentists

Tasks in health and social carethat need trainingUse of equipmentFirst AidMedicationHealth Care procedures- (for example, emptying a catheter bag)Food handlingMoving and HandlingManaging violent and aggressionSupporting people to eat and drink

Individual TaskCreative piece/ fact sheet describing the training needs of the job you are interested in as a career in relation to safeguarding.

Job FocusHealth Visitors

Have you met your objectives?

Unit HSC M3Safeguarding and protection in health and social care13th December 2016

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Learning OutcomesSummarise the role of The Local Safeguarding Childrens Board ( LSCB)Analyse the benefits of partnership working in the context of safeguarding and protectionDescribe the importance of the no mobile phone rule in a Health and Social Care Setting

Recap-Board BlastB1- Describe the responsibilities of the health and social care practitioner in relation to whistleblowing

Remember you need to report it to your manager first and if no action appears to have been taken , or indeed if your manager is involved in the poor practice then you need to whistleblow

ICT Task- LSCBA The Local Safeguarding Childrens Board (LSCB) must be established in every local authority area.Research what the LSCB is about and put the information into a FactSheet.

Have you met your objectives?

Time to ThinkTimes Table Bingo

Local Safeguarding Childrens Board Local authorities have overarching responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people in their area

Roles and responsibilities

On a day to day basis a health and social care practitioner should:-Keep service users safeProtect service users from harmReport any concerns to the Safeguarding officer or CPOKeep up to date with the policies and procedures in the setting

Think, Pair, ShareIf you have concerns about a child or service user who might you need to work in partnership with?

Benefits of partnership workingIt is essential that everyone concerned with the safeguarding, protection and welfare of children and vulnerable adults work together in partnership.Information needs to be shared accurately and effectivelyFailure to share and act on information given could have serious consequences for the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.

Have you met your objectives?

Review of Baby P CaseBaby P died in 2007 after months of abuse. In 2009 a serious case review stated that Baby p was failed by all agencies involved.All three children living in the house at the time were on the Local Authoritys child protection register.The GP did not raise concerns after bruising was found on Baby Ps head and chest.Police were criticised for not investigating suspicious injuries.

The school attended by Baby Ps siblings did not share information about concerns over the mother.Social workers and their managers did not think he was being harmed or at risk of harm.No agency involved realised that a man with known violent tendencies was living in the house.

Why do settings have a no mobile phone policy?

Vanessa George

Write a paragraph to explain why it is important for safeguarding to have a mobile phone policy?

BookletReferencing:-In your work:- In the Challenging Poor Practice (Training Module).Bibliography- Challenging Poor Practice (Training Module) North West Dignity Leads Network.

Unit HSC M3Safeguarding and protection in health and social care14th December 2016

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Learning OutcomesDescribe three reasons Ofsted and CQC inspect settings Evaluate Ofsted reports in relation to safeguarding and protection

RecapC2- Describe actions to take if harm or abuse is suspected or disclosed.

Remember to include:-Working within policies and proceduresLines of reportingPreservation of evidenceConfidentialityListening, non-judgemental

Why inspect?Safeguarding mistakes

Small Group WorkExamine the reports from various nurseries in relation to safeguarding. Identify both good and poor practice.On your sheet write the name of the nursery and date of inspection.Be ready to feedback to the group.

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Childrens Services and Skills. They inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages.

Ofsted Contact number 0300 123 1231

Have you met your objectives?

Children learn best when they are healthy, safe and secure, when their individual needs are met, and when they have positive relationships with the adults caring for them. (EYFS, 2012 )

Have you met your objectives?

Kahoot!!Three Dojo points for the winner!!

Unit HSC M3Safeguarding and protection in health and social care8th December 2016

Learning OutcomesExplain the importance of confidentiality in health and social careDescribe the job of a phlebotomistEvaluate CQC reports in relation to safeguarding

RecapC1- Outline signs, symptoms, indicators and behaviours which may cause concern.Lets recap on physical abuse.

You may present this information in table format. A minimum of four types.

Type of abusePossible signsPossible symptomsPhysicalUnexplained cuts, scratches bruises or broken bones.Fear, anger, loss of self-confidence and self-esteem, withdrawal

Why is it important to have secure systems?

Why breach confidentiality?This may need to happen when a service user discloses a serious risk, or a safeguarding issue.A health and social care practitioner must never tell a service user everything they tell you is a secret.If a disclosure is serious and affects the persons well-being you need to explain you will have to pass the information on.

LegislationData Protection Act 1998Human Rights Act 1998Freedom of Information Act 2000

Freedom of Information Act

Have you met your objectives?

PhlebotomistRead through the workspace sheet and answer the questions.

My Job!

Small Group WorkExamine the reports from various care homes and report on the finding of the CQC in relation to safeguarding. Identify good and poor practice.Be ready to feedback to the group.

Directed Study

Do a Disability Matters Course and get another Certificate.Title of course: Safeguarding Matters3 Dojo points available for everybody who hands in on Monday.

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