Unit 11 Role of Public Health in health and social care
Aim of Unit 11 Role of Public Health in health and social care
Agencies of various kinds work upon to prevent diseases and illness. The role of those agencies is to investigate upon the diseases. They find out whether the disease in infectious or noninfectious that are spread within that nation or globally. Apart from that the role of the agency also lies in investigating the strategies which are currently implemented in that particular area. The perspectives which are being formed internationally, nationally and regionally could be taken into consideration. All these inspections would be followed by analyzing the factors and influences that affect the health and social care. Moreover, the provision of social care would also be investigated that lie upon the infected area.
- Understand different approaches and strategies used to measure, monitor and control the incidence of disease in communities
- Be able to investigate the implications of illness and disease in communities for the provision of health and social care services
- Understand the factors influencing the health and wellbeing of individuals in health or social care settings.
LO1 Understand different approaches and strategies used to measure, monitor and control the incidence of disease in communities
Various strategies and approaches could be understood that are being used to control and monitor the diseases in the community. Approaches are being taken by various agencies and organizations to prevent and reduce diseases. Such agencies could be identified by its specific working zone. Role of agencies played local, national and international agencies like the World Health Organization could help in better understanding of strategies. Approaches and strategies could also be identified by different kinds of diseases that are being spread in diverse geographic zones. Various kinds of diseases like infectious and noninfectious could be identified by graphs, tables and rates of incidences. Strategies like surveillance, screening education and legislation helps in better understanding of the content.
LO2 Be able to investigate the implications of illness and disease in communities for the provision of health and social care services
Investigation of diseases could be in relation to health and social care services by taking various matters into context. The preventive, approaches along with along with priorities in giving treatment and care could be taken into account for being capable to investigate. Along with that the choices made in pursuing lifestyles like relaxations, dieting, exercises and culture of work increase the rate of capability. Lastly activities that conduct change in behaviour like physical exercises, games and education helps in increasing the capability more specifically.
LO3 Understand the factors influencing the health and wellbeing of individuals in health or social care settings
There are various factors which influence in wellbeing and healthcare of individuals. Priorities could be determined by taking the factors of security and safety into account. More factors like hygiene, diet, intellectual and social needs could also be taken into account. Policies and strategies create a great impact in understanding the factors. Choices of provisions, quality, complaints and involvements result in understanding the strategies and policies. Behavior encouragement could be figured out by exercises relating to education, games and consultations.
Learning outcomes and assessment criteria
|Learning outcomes On successful completion of this unit a learner will:||Assessment criteria for pass The learner can:|
|LO1 Understand different approaches and strategies used to measure, monitor and control the incidence of disease in communities||explain the roles of different agencies in identifying levels of health and disease in communitiesexplain, using statistical data, the epidemiology of one infectious and one non-infectious disease that is widespread in their own countryevaluate the effectiveness of different approaches and strategies to control the incidence of disease in communities|
|LO2 Be able to investigate the implications of illness and disease in communities for the provision of health and social care services||use relevant research to determine current priorities and approaches to the provision of services for people with disease or illnessexplain the relationship between the prevalence of disease and requirements of services to support individuals within the health and social care service provisionanalyse the impact of current lifestyle choices on future needs for health and social care services|
|LO3 Understand the factors influencing health and wellbeing of individuals in health or social care settings.||assess the health and wellbeing priorities for individuals in a particular health or social care settingevaluate the effectiveness of strategies, systems and policies in a health or social care settingdiscuss changes that could be made to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals in a health or social care settingevaluate an activity that has been implemented to encourage behaviour change for maximising health for individuals in a health or social care setting.|
This unit has links with, for example:
- Unit 1: Communication in health and social care
- Unit 6: Research project
- Unit 18: Complementary Therapies
- Unit 9: Empowering users in Health and Social Care
- Unit 23: Employability Skills
- Unit 28: Work-based Experience