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Expert answered|mjassalina|Points 21|

User: in a health and social care setting



Weegy: Health and Social Care is a term that relates to integrated services that are available from health and social care providers. [ It can also mean a range of vocational and academic courses which can be taken at various academic and vocational levels from GNVQ, A-Level, S/NVQ, to degrees. As a subject discipline, Health and Social Care (H&SC) combines elements of sociology, biology, nutrition, law, and ethics. Typically, students of Health and Social Care will have a work placement alongside their academic studies; such a placement may take place in a nursery, residential home, hospital, or other caring establishment. Others may take a health and social care course as a route to further qualifications hoping that it will lead to employment within the sector. ]
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User: describe how own role links to the wider sector in healtha nd social care



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