AS Health & Social Care - Promoting Quality Care

Everything you need to know for the OCR Promoting Quality Care Unit One exam for Health & Social Care.

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Chapters
1. Prejudice, Discrimination, Attitudes & Values 2 2.
Legislation 10 3. Care Values 21 4. Access to
Services (Barriers) 27 5. Policies 30 6. Quality 37
(N.B. Chapters 5 & 6 are sometimes combined.)
E GRADE: LIST, IDENTIFY, STATE, EXPLAIN
C GRADE: IDENTIFY & EXPLAIN, DISCUSS, GIVE
EXAMPLES, OUTLINE…

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1. Prejudice, Discrimination, Attitudes & Values
What you might need to define: Prejudice - an opinion, usually
unfavourable, formed beforehand and based on inadequate facts
or founded on stereotypes and irrational fears. Discrimination -
the outward result of prejudice leading to the unfair treatment of
any individual. Prejudice is an…

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Making Assumptions about people
e.g. Education, good jobs, promotion, decent housing, high
standard of medical care. Their life chances may be reduced.
Individual Rights - again as a consequence of the above, the
individual could believe that they get what they deserve and take
no action when legally they could…

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Excluding people from activities
Verbally Abusing people who are different

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Type of Discrimination Definition
Direct Discrimination
Someone is treated less favourably than another person because
of a protected characteristic
Discrimination by Association
Direct discrimination against someone because they associate
with another person who possesses a protected characteristic
Discrimination by Perception
Direct discrimination against someone because the others think
they possess…

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Chapters
1. Prejudice, Discrimination, Attitudes & Values 2 2.
Legislation 10 3. Care Values 21 4. Access to
Services (Barriers) 27 5. Policies 30 6. Quality 37
(N.B. Chapters 5 & 6 are sometimes combined.)
E GRADE: LIST, IDENTIFY, STATE, EXPLAIN
C GRADE: IDENTIFY & EXPLAIN, DISCUSS, GIVE
EXAMPLES, OUTLINE…

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1. Prejudice, Discrimination, Attitudes & Values
What you might need to define: Prejudice - an opinion, usually
unfavourable, formed beforehand and based on inadequate facts
or founded on stereotypes and irrational fears. Discrimination -
the outward result of prejudice leading to the unfair treatment of
any individual. Prejudice is an…

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Making Assumptions about people
e.g. Education, good jobs, promotion, decent housing, high
standard of medical care. Their life chances may be reduced.
Individual Rights - again as a consequence of the above, the
individual could believe that they get what they deserve and take
no action when legally they could…

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Excluding people from activities
Verbally Abusing people who are different

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Type of Discrimination Definition
Direct Discrimination
Someone is treated less favourably than another person because
of a protected characteristic
Discrimination by Association
Direct discrimination against someone because they associate
with another person who possesses a protected characteristic
Discrimination by Perception
Direct discrimination against someone because the others think
they possess…

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