identify current legislation, guidelines polices and protocols relevant to administration of medication
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the primary government health care facility at the municipal level wherein health services are delivered.
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Basic health care could mean a range of different things. Are you talking about a unit dealing a general illnesses? Then a name could be Primary Care Unit. If its almost like a unit dealing with minor injuries then call it a minor injuries unit.
to get an NVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care is extremely hard work. i have been studying for the past 2 years at distinction level and is one of the hardest things i have ever done. to go straight into level 3 you will need 5 GCSEs graded a*- c if you do not ave the 5 GCSEs including maths and science you will need to start at a lower level based on your GCSEs which is either level 1 or 2 and you will need to do your maths and science again. Whilst on Level 1 or 2 if you didnt get a c or higher in maths or English you will HAVE to do retake an exam to pass them but this is only equivilent to Level 2 Qualification though so could reduce your chance to go to uni so the best advice is GET YOUR GCSE IN MATHS AND SCIENCE. if you start on level 1 or 2 they are both a extra year added on so you will need to be prepared for alot of extra study if you didnt get your GCSEs. anyway whilst on a level 3 course it lasts 2 years. you will study 18 different units. each unit is something totally different. examples include: Equality and diversity Communication in health and social care anatomy and physiology social care personal and professional skills this course is equivilent to 3 a levels. an a level pass is an E but to get into any university you will need at least 3 avels graded c or above. health and social care is a hard course and is placement and coursework so isn't for the faint heated!
how do you examine your own behaviour and actions to ensure they do not contribute to situations actions andbehaviour that can be dangerous harmful and or abusive
ICU stands for Intensive Care Unit. It is the highest level of care provided by a hospital with doctors/nurses available 24/7 for care of the patient.
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