Question: K101 TMA 02
Care always involves a relationship between the person receiving care and the person providing care. How does the quality of that relationship affect the quality of the care given, as well as the experience of receiving care?
Applying the five K101 principles of care practise give three examples of good practise and three examples of bad practise that you have observed.
Answer: Relationships were care is a key factor differ greatly from person to person, this can be due to culture, beliefs, environment, class and or expectations. No two situations are ever the same, although they may be similar. For a caring relationship to be successful trust must be established as without it the relationship can’t Different types of care have different relationships, all should be positive and proactive, but unfortunately this is not always the case.
For example a patient’s relationship with their doctor would be very different to a daughters relationship with her father for whom she is caring for....(short extract)
- Subject: Introduction to health and social care
- Course: K101
- Level: Degree
- Year: 1st
- Mark: Not available
- Words: 1527
- Date submitted: January 25, 2012
- Date written: Not available
- References: Yes
- Document type: Essay*
- Essay ID: 3979