Health and Social Care- Learning aim C

What are the organisations in England?
The care and quality commission (CQC), The national institute for health and care excellence (NICE), Public health England (PHE), Ofsted.
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What is the care and quality commission organisation responsible for?
They make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high quality care and encourage care services to improve.
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Examples of some of the care and quality commissions organisation monitors and inspects?
The royal national orthopaedic hospital (stanmore), St Andrews healthcare (Northampton).
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What is NICE responsible for?
Providing guidance on current best practice in health and social care.
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How does NICE benefit service users?
Gives guidance.
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What does public health England aim to protect and improve?
They aim to protect and improve by addressing inequalities and promoting the health and well being of the nation.
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What does ofsted stand for?
The office for standards in education, children services and skills.
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What happens if an institution is graded a 4? (ofsted)
They will re inspect them within 15 months of publication of their last full inspection report.
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What is physical quadriplegia?
A physical disability is a limitation on a persons physical functioning, mobility, dexterity or stamina. Quadriplegia is a form of paralysis.
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What are the symptoms?
Not being able to move arms or legs, arms and legs being stiff, muscle spasms, floppy, numb, painful or tingly.
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What equipment could be used?
Wheelchairs, braces to help get around, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and medicines.
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What is Sensory- vision loss
Sensory is when one of your senses is no longer normal.
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What aids are available?
Big button telephone, computer, community alarm, bright lighting, a long cane to help detect objects in their path, guide dogs and GPS devices.
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What is cystic fibrosis?
An inherited condition that causes sticky mucus to build up in the lungs and digestive system, causing lung infections and problems digesting food.
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What are the symptoms of cystic fibrosis?
Recurring chest infections, Wheezing, Coughing, Shortness of breath and damage to the airways, difficulty putting on weight and growing, jaundice (skin and eyes turn yellow), bowel obstruction in new born babies, diarrhoea and constipation.
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What can Cystic Fibrosis also lead to?
It can lead to the development of diabetes, osteoporosis, infertility in males and liver problems.
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What is Clinical Depression?
A state of intense sadness that disrupts the individuals ability to function in social settings and/or activities of daily life.
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What are the symptoms of Clinical depression?
Changes in appetite and weight, lack of energy, loss of libido, disturbs sleep, feeling anxious, low self esteem, avoiding contact with your friends.
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They make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high quality care and encourage care services to improve.

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What is the care and quality commission organisation responsible for?

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The royal national orthopaedic hospital (stanmore), St Andrews healthcare (Northampton).

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Providing guidance on current best practice in health and social care.

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