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3.2 explain how to support others to understand and contribute to records within the social care setting
explain to new colleagues...always maintain the right of the client/patient...comply with legislation..instil public confidence...ensure information is accessible for those who need to access....ways of sharing information report/handover care [ plans patients/client notes records fluid balances/menus/ordering equipment/signs/cleaning risk assessments admission letter/referrals computer
records.... ]
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