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how do you support an idividual to develop comunication method that will help them to understand others and be understood by them
Weegy: People from different backgrounds and cultures often have their own gestures and hand signs that they use to insult one another or express thanks. [ [ [ [ It's always good to find out about a particular culture's customs before visiting so that you don't accidentally offend them. Language would be one because if you grow up in england you will learn to speak english. Another thing would be boundaries, all cultures have boundaries but some have different boundaries to others regarding what it acceptable to do or say and there are also differing boundaries regarding physical contact. ] ] ] User: what opportunities for individual to communicate with others (More)
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1 describe procedures and systems relevant to the prevention and control of infection
Weegy: There is so much involved here, that it could fill a book. [ In fact, it does! Policy and procedure is set up in all health care environments that deal with everything from sterilizing surgical instruments, cleaning patient rooms, hand washing, germicidal cleansers, sterile technique and the use of personal pretective devices (gloves, masks and gowns). Here is a link that can help you find the specific answer you are looking for. ] User: explain the potentional impact of an outbreak of infection on the individual and organisation Weegy: Infection outbreak complicates the supply chain and stresses both individuals and organizations. [ Nasty little problem involved is that the organizational needs often trump individual discomfort, so the infection spreads because it is economically incented to do so. ] (More)
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identify the range of communication methods and aids to support individuals to communicate User: outline current legalisation and regulatory body standards which are relevant to the prevention and control of infection
Weegy: The Ontario Public Health Standards (OPHS) are published by the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care under the authority of the Health Protection and Promotion Act (HPPA) 1 to specify the mandatory health programs and services provided by boards [ [ of health. Protocols are program and topic specific documents which provide direction on how boards of health must operationalize specific requirement(s) identified within the OPHS. They are an important mechanism by which greater standardization is achieved in the province-wide implementation of public health programs. Protocols identify the minimum expectations for public health programs and services. Boards of health have the authority to develop programs and services in excess of minimum requirements where required to address local needs. Boards of health are accountable for implementing the standards including those protocols that are incorporated into the standards. Source- ] (More)
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what is the potentional impact of an outbreak of infection on the individual and organisation
Weegy: Potential impact : on the organisation: cost implication, staff sickness levels, reduction in patient and public confidence, litigation, not delivering regulatory standards ; on employees; loss of confidence in organisation, loss of earnings, [ fear of risk of infection and infecting family members. On the individual: risk to patients; Increase time in recovery, increase length of stay, loss of earnings, potential death. ] (More)
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outline current legalisation and regulatory body standards which are relevant to the prevention and control of infection
Weegy: Understand legislation and policies relating to prevention and control of infections Legislation and regulations affecting infection prevention and control The prevention and control of infection should be a high priority within the health care [ setting for many reasons. Not least is the legal responsibility to have a duty of care for the patients/clients. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 Both employers and employees are responsible for their own actions in the workplace. All reasonable steps should be taken when carrying out your work duties and all staff should have adequate health and safety training, and measures should be taken to ensure that policies and procedures are in place and adhered to. For example, it is the employers’ responsibility to provide adequate protective equipment and the employee’s responsibility to use it appropriately. The Public Health (Control of Diseases) Act 1984 - Provides information on the legal requirements for the reporting of contagious or infectious diseases, for example, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis, HIV and Legionella. Food Safety Act 1990 The requirements of this act apply to any area where food is prepared, stored or eaten. Control is required to ensure that the risks of any infection, as a result of bad handling of food, are minimised. For more: ] (More)
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