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Online Training Care planning
This course primarily educates students about effective care plans in the UK health system.We all experience health and well-being in different ways. We can be suddenly struck down with a virus, or a fall at work. We then have to take time off and allow ourselves to heal and recover. Should the virus lead to serious illness, or the fall lead to a surgery then this will involve a myriad of various health professionals. Each with their own records, reports and supporting guidelines. Transformation from health to illness to recover can be a time of great stress and it can feel as though the person is lost in the paperwork.In this course, which follows on from Effective communication in care, we look into effective care planning. We look at the CQC regulations, legislation as well as what are care plans, types of care plans, what a plan of care is and not, and much more including person centered, holistic care planning.This course now includes a section about the new laws coming into place in the UK; the General Data protection Regulations are due in force and this is a vital element to bring students up to date of this matter. This provides an overview and links to associated sites that broaden student awareness. I have created a manual, journal and other resources are provided to supplement and facilitate your learning experience and outcomes. I am look forward to meeting you in this course forum and reading your anecodes – always mindful of privacy, confidentiality and data protection… And when you have completed your course I have a special free bonus gift to help you celebrate!
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