1.4. Give examples where a worker’s principles and values may conflict with those in health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare

Qualification: Level 1 Diploma in Introduction to Health and Social Care
Unit: 1.2: Understand the principles and values in health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare
Learning outcome: 1. Understand the principles and values that underpin work in health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare
Assessment criteria: 1.4. Give examples where a worker’s principles and values may conflict with those in health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare

  • Family values (e.g. a worker may believe that the family has the right to know about their loved one even if the individual asks them to keep information about them confidential)
  • Lifestyle choices (e.g. a worker may not agree with an individual’s choice to not work for a living)
  • Religious beliefs (e.g. a worker may not agree with the consumption of alcohol)

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