Healthcare professionals

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  • Healthcare professionals
    • Doctors
      • GP- a doctor who does not specialise but provides ongoing treatment and preventative care
        • consultant- senior doctor who provides specialist healthcare support in their area of expertise
      • preventative care- care and education that aims to ensure people remain healthy
        • vaccinations
    • Nurses
      • adult, mental health, paediatric, learning disability, district, neonatal, health visitor, practice, school
      • largest group of professionals within healthcare
    • midwives
      • support women through all stages of pregnancy
      • antenatal- care before birth
      • postnatal- care after birth
    • Healthcare assistant
      • work under the guidance of qualifies professionals
      • take and record data from patients, make beds, assist with feeding, wash/dress patients
    • Social workers
      • ensure the most vulnerable people are safeguarded from harm
      • help people live independently and children in difficult situations
    • Occupational therapists
      • work with all ages who have trouble with practical routines
      • agree on activities to help individuals overcome barriers to living independently
    • Care assistants
      • provide practical help for people with difficulties with everyday activities
      • work with elderly, adults with physical or learning disabilities or mental health problems
    • care managers
      • key leadership role with a residential care setting
        • responsible for the routine running of care
    • Support workers
      • identify what is needed by an individual
      • implement a plan, with other professionals
  • 1.diagnose 2.treatment plan 3.prescribe 4.monitor
    • Doctors
      • GP- a doctor who does not specialise but provides ongoing treatment and preventative care
        • consultant- senior doctor who provides specialist healthcare support in their area of expertise
      • preventative care- care and education that aims to ensure people remain healthy
        • vaccinations
  • Youth workers
    • young people ages 11 to 25
    • help young people reach their full potential
    • Healthcare professionals
      • Nurses
        • adult, mental health, paediatric, learning disability, district, neonatal, health visitor, practice, school
        • largest group of professionals within healthcare
      • midwives
        • support women through all stages of pregnancy
        • antenatal- care before birth
        • postnatal- care after birth
      • Healthcare assistant
        • work under the guidance of qualifies professionals
        • take and record data from patients, make beds, assist with feeding, wash/dress patients
      • Social workers
        • ensure the most vulnerable people are safeguarded from harm
        • help people live independently and children in difficult situations
      • Occupational therapists
        • work with all ages who have trouble with practical routines
        • agree on activities to help individuals overcome barriers to living independently
      • Care assistants
        • provide practical help for people with difficulties with everyday activities
        • work with elderly, adults with physical or learning disabilities or mental health problems
      • care managers
        • key leadership role with a residential care setting
          • responsible for the routine running of care
      • Support workers
        • identify what is needed by an individual
        • implement a plan, with other professionals

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