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analyse the effect of legislation and policy on outcome based practice
You could think how care has changed over years due to legislation and policy and how we are now at working to outcome based practice. [ You could even reflect on your time working in the care sector and how this has changed in terms of care planning due to legislation. ]
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Weegy: You could think how care has changed over years due to legislation and policy and how we are now at working to outcome based practice. [ You could even reflect on your time working in the care sector and how this has changed in terms of care planning due to legislation. ]
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Weegy: Policy change involves both science and art and, therefore, evidence for policymaking can take several forms. The concept of evidence often originates from legal settings in Western soceties. [ In law, evidence comes in the form of stories, witness accounts, police testimony, expert opinions, and forensic science. ]
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