3.4 Evaluate how own records and reports provide evidence for the basis of judgements and decisions

Qualification: Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care
Unit: Develop, maintain and use records and reports
Learning outcome: Be able to use records and reports to inform judgements and decisions
Assessment criteria: 3.4 Evaluate how own records and reports provide evidence for the basis of judgements and decisions

  • You should reflect on how your own records and reports have been used to provide the basis of judgments and decisions
  • E.g. perhaps you wrote a report for senior management about how your team are not getting the correct work-life balance, which resultedin the budgeting of additional staff
  • E.g. A pattern emerged in a service user’s records that identified their well-being suffering when they had too many late nights in a row. After discussions with the service user, it is agreed that staff are to remind the service user to go to bed before 10pm five out of seven nights a week.

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