Promoting Quality Health Care
Assignment – ‘Promoting quality healthcare’ unit (Health Care Field)
1 . A critical review of selected three key literature that underpins the use of a risk assessment tool for a specific health or social care area of practice (2,500 words)
Content of assessment 1, an essay with no headings.
• Identify, describe and analyse the risk assessment tool you will focus upon. You will need to use a range of literature to do this.
• You then need to find three specific pieces of research or guidelines (not local) that are relevant to the risk assessment tool you have chosen to analyse. These must be robust and of good quality.
• Critically analyse those three pieces of literature and use that analysis to evaluate how useful the risk assessment tool is and whether it is being used effectively in the practice environment.
• Draw together your findings in the conclusion.
Please refer to the grading profile (Essay) assignments. The assignments must be presented, referenced and written in a manner consistent with degree level requirements. The assignments must also be supported throughout with appropriate analysis of relevant literature and research.
BRADEN SCALE IS THE ASSESSMENT TOOL I CHOOSE FOR PRESSURE ULCER
PLEASE IT THE ESSAY SHOULD BE WELL INTEXTED
PLEASES THE REFERENCE SOURCES I PROVIDED ON MY ORDER SHOULD BE USED
PLEASE DONT USE SOURCE FROM GOOGLE
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Department of Health (2010) The NHS Quality, innovation, productivity and prevention challenge: An introduction for clinicians London: DH.
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Vincent, C. (2010) Patient safety. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell.
Chambers, R. Boath, E. & Rogers, D. (2004) Clinical effectiveness and clinical governance made easy Abingdon: Radcliffe Medical
Department of Health (2010) Essence of care benchmarks [Electronic version] London: DH. Available from: http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/Publications/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/DH_119969
James, A., Worrall, A. & Kendall, T. (eds) ( 2005) Clinical governance in mental health and learning disability services: a practical guide London: Gaskell.
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Milligan, F. J. & Robinson, K. (Eds) (2003) Limiting harm in health care: a nursing perspective. Oxford: Blackwell Science.
Milligan, F. ‘Professions, organisations and patient safety: stories of malicious and inept practice’, in Currie, L. (ed) (2007) Understanding patient safety. London: Quay Books. pp. 53-78.
National Patient Safety Agency (2005) Building a memory: preventing harm, reducing risks and improving patient safety. London: NPSA.
Reynard, J. et al (2009) Practical patient safety. Oxford: Oxford University press.