December 6, 2018 Physics

Unit 18: working in the health sectorP1-explain the requirements for two different careers in health sector ODP (operating department practice)An Operating department practitioner are people that work with patients form all ages and help the patient at each phase of the operation. There are three important phases of perioperative care such as:Anaesthetic phase this is where the practitioner helps the patient to get ready for the operation by communicating with them and supporting them before surgery and do the vital checks like heart rate, pulse and others. Also, they put the patient in anaesthetic because it stops the patient from waking up during the operation and to make sure it won’t hurt the patient Surgical phase is where help the doctors to provide right instruments during the surgery and prepare all the necessary equipment’s that are needed for the operation such as microscope and endoscope also they need to be responsible for the instruments. They also work between the surgical team and other part of the theatre and hospital. Recovery phase is important because the practitioner need to support the patient to recover and provide appropriate treatment for them and monitor the patients after the operation so check everything is right like physiological parameters. Access the patient to ensure that they are ready to get discharged into the ward Qualifications Operating Department practice needs BSC(Hons)3-year degree and the requirement are 104 UCAS points from 3 A Levels grade (B, C, C) or equivalent to include 32 points from a science subject (Biology, human biology, chemistry, applied science, sports science, PE) OR 106 Tariff points from the access to HE diploma in science, Health and social care or Nursing. 4 GCSE at grade C or above to include English and maths grade 4 or above. As well as going to university you can get degree apprenticeships in ODP to do this you need to apply for an apprentice in a health care provider also you can start of by spending time in the local hospital in accident and emergency or intensive care.Skills and qualitiesWorking in highly technical area because there are lots of different machines in the operation theatre, so this means that you need to know how to use it. Good communication skills this means that they need to communicate with nurses and doctors clearly, so they can understand the instructions during the operation. Talking to the patients before and after the operation, so they feel comfortable and calm also telling them that everything went ok. Caring and compassionate nature you need to be caring for the patients and compassionate in showing feeling and sympathy toward the patient to show that you understand their feeling also looking after the patient after the surgery Reacting quickly in an emergency is important because when the patient is in a critical stage you must help them to safe their life and it is your responsibility to do it. As well as that you need to react during the operation.Being able to concentrate for a long period important because surgery can take time and the practitioner need to be vigilant in what’s going on to make sure that everything is right also listing to the doctors and other staff in what they are saying and handing in the equipment’s when needed.Radiographer The role of a radiographer is very potential part of a large clinical team in a hospital. They had an important role in diagnosis process. They will take images of the inside of patient’s bodies to diagnose injury or disease and 9 in 10 people will visit a radiographer also they help to treat patients with cancer. A radiographer uses wide range of specialist equipment’s, skill and knowledge also use their personal skills to acre for people who are unwell. There are two types of radiographer:Diagnostic radiographers diagnose illnesses and injuries by taking images of patients’ body. This can be by x-ray, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), CT (computed tomography), fluoroscopy and ultrasound these all technology can help to work out what disease or condition that patient has.Therapeutic radiographers treat and care for patients with cancer. They use doses of X-ray and other ionising radiation to treat medical conditions, mainly cancer and tumour this must be exactly the right dose for the treatment Qualification Qualification that is required to be a Therapeutic radiographer and Diagnostic radiographer are that you need five GCSE including English, maths and science {grade A – C} also an two or three A-level this includes biology, chemistry, and physics. This is to get on to the degree course for the therapeutic radiograph and Diagnostic radiographer which you will do it for three or four year’s full time, but each institution sets its own entry requirements. However, you could get degree level apprenticeship in radiography and there will be opportunities at masters and doctoral in radiography. The employers look for skills, education and any experience that you had before is includes work experience.Skills and qualities Good communication is important because to make the patient comfortable and maintain trust also explain the procedures that are involved so that they know what is going on and talking to other professionals about the x-ray or any other images Ability to explain procedures to the patient to make sure that they are aware of what is going on also be supportive and able to put people at ease and being able to calm the patient under pressure Good observation is need for a radiographer because they need to identify the problem with the patient carefully, so they can be treated also when you’re giving the patient doses of ionising radiation for treatment you need to have right observation to see if it is right. Enjoying technology and science can help them to do well in their job and having the ability to keep up to date and learn varies new skills everyday so this can help them to develop in their profession Working well in a team is important because it can help you to build more confidence and to gain new knowledge from others also it can get the job done quicker with other people helping you like technicians also radiographer need to work with other professionals in the health care service to care for people like working with the surgery team when a patient needs a operation Reference University of Portsmouth port.ac.uk/s/hsswRadiographer career https://radiographycareers.co.uk/NHS health carer https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/explore-roles/allied-health-professionals/roles-allied-health-professions/therapeutic-radiographer/entry-requirements-and-training-therapeuticStudent talk HYPERLINK “https://www.sor.org/ezines/studenttalk/issue-114/what-s-new-radiography-apprenticeships” https://www.sor.org/ezines/studenttalk/issue-114/what-s-new-radiography-apprenticeshipsM1-Assess how health worker can contribute to providing positive experience to user of health serviceright192849500In radio-therapy the radiographer can provide a positive experience for the service user that come there for cancer treatment by communicating effectively to the service user because it can help them feel welcomed and less concerned about the treatment that they are getting and telling them each step, so they are aware of it procedure. Besides that, asking if they are ok at each stage of the treatment to make sure they are calm and relaxed. Also increasing the waiting time for the patient to see the radiographer and follow the patients’ needs so they will get better outcome. For their treatment the service user visits the hospital most of the time and they get used to how the treatment is also they become close to treatment team. Radiographer needs to able to diagnose the illness that the service user has and help the service to provide the right treatment that is needed. Likewise, they need to be confident in the leading edge of technology because they are handling with highly complicated technology, so they need to be very skilled in using the technology also to be able to show the service user that you know what you are doing so the service user won’t feel worried in things going wrong. however, when the radiographer is working with children that might have cancer and they need the radiotherapy treatment, but they are scared about do it and seeing all the technology could make them worried. So, the radiographer can make a positive experience for the children by interacting with the children and showing them toys to demonstrate what they are doing also explaining to the child in a friendly way, so they can understand it and showing then each of the technology that are there and how they work. They will let the child’s parents near because it helps the child to be comfortable and the parents can be supportive during the treatment as well as that the parent can talk behalf of the child. Some of the children’s radiotherapy department rooms are colourful and nice environment for the children so they feel happy and less worried. So, giving the service user good experience can benefit to provide good outcome after the treatment and the service user will have trust and good relationship with the team that provided the care.3439160122931100The operation theatre is an important part of a hospital because it helps to save people’s lives. The staff that work in the operation theatre can provide positive experience by working as a team. This is important because it can help them to get the job done quicker and working with others health care professional can provide a positive care for the service user and during the procedure. The practitioner be near to the surgeon to hand the instruments that is needed for the surgery. Communication is important part in the operation because all the staff need to talk to each other about the operation the service user is getting and making sure that everyone knows what they are doing also if they have a condition they need to talk to other department about the service user before the operation. After the operation the service user is taken to recovery phrase to recover from the operation but if it was a child that had an operation they need support to recover so the nurses can go into the recovery ward and interact with child by doing different activity with them and show them toy to play with so they won’t feel uncomfortable in staying in the hospital. They need to monitor the vital checks on the child to make sure that the child’s heart rate, pulse and other are right Reference Photos –google https://www.google.co.uk/search?safe=strict&biw=1024&bih=723&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=cLSoW7KFAYjQgAb8tZTQDw&q=x-ray+room&oq=x-ray+r&gs_l=img.1.1.0l10.16203.16538.0.18562.….0…1c.1.64.img..1.1.573….0.WPKqqRpF3xo#imgrc=INnD_RUUOdTO5M:https://www.google.co.uk/search?safe=strict&tbm=isch&q=operation+theatre&chips=q:operation+theatre,g_2:surgery,g_1:operating+room&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiv6sTPptTdAhWrJMAKHSUeBYwQ4lYIJygA&biw=1524&bih=746&dpr=1.05#imgrc=5bKRYq4nGVHCpMhttp://www.bcu.ac.uk/health-sciences/departments/radiography/radiography-placements/radiotherapyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ds_ay9aP0y0D1- Evaluate the requirement of healthcare workers in relation to provision of a competent workforce for health sector In a hospital paediatric nurse cares for young children to young adulthood working with families, doctors and other nurses in that department. In order to do their job, they need to be caring for the children because some of the children are scared to see the doctors so the nurse have to work the child to build trust and make them feel comfortable they do this by interacting with them and giving them toys to play with also some parents likes their children to be treated by a specialist nurse because children have special health care needs like growing and changing their behaviour this shows that parents have great value on the team that provide the care. Courage is important because the CPD means continuing professional development this refers to process of tracking the skills, knowledge and experience that you gain from both formally and informally as you work beyond any initial training which benefits you to make meaningful contribution to the team that you are working in and be more effective in your workplace in doing the job well. This can lead to development in career that you’re doing because it helps you to move up to a higher position in the job which can lead higher salary also be highly skilled. It can help to increase public confidence in the profession also having a competent workforce where people are able to do things that they didn’t know how to do before and the professionals will be trained. For example, in a nursing home they provide training for all the staff that work there because to improve their skills which supports them to provide good care for the service users also gain more knowledge about the work environment and what to do in an emergency. Reference Job ac.uk https://www.jobs.ac.uk/careers-advice/managing-your-career/1318/what-is-continuing-professional-development-cpdcontinuingprofessionaldevelopment.org/why-is-cpd-important/https://explorehealthcareers.org/career/nursing/pediatric-nurse/https://paperap.com/paper-on-working-health-sector/


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