BC.D3 Evaluate the role of complementary therapies in providing a service within the health and social care sector.

  
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Unit 25: Complementary Therapies for Health and Social Care 

Level: 3
Unit type: Internal
Guided learning hours: 60

Unit in brief
Learners will explore a range of complementary therapies, their potential benefits and role in maintaining health and wellbeing.

Unit introduction
Have you ever been curious about the effectiveness of homeopathy, herbal medicine or chiropractic techniques? The popularity of complementary therapies has grown over recent years as our understanding of their potential benefits has increased. Some of these therapies can help in the treatment of illness where conventional medicine does not offer a complete solution. Many of these therapies are now available under the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK.

In this unit, you will learn about some complementary therapies, such as acupuncture, aromatherapy and reflexology. You will examine some of the potential benefits of these therapies in comparison with more conventional medical treatment for a range of different conditions. You will also investigate some of the controversial issues and current research into complementary therapies, and their role in providing a service within the health and social care sector.

This unit will form a good basis for aspects of higher education study in health and social work courses and nursing qualifications. It will also prepare you for work in the health and social care sector in a variety of different roles.

Learning aims
In this unit you will:
A   Investigate the potential benefits of complementary therapies in maintaining health and wellbeing
B   Examine the provision of complementary therapies in relation to conventional medical treatments
C   Investigate the factors to be considered when providing complementary therapies alongside conventional medical treatments.

Assessment criteria

Pass                                           Merit

Distinction

Learning aim A: Investigate the potential benefits of complementary therapies in maintaining health and wellbeing

 

A.D1 Justify the contribution of complementary therapies in maintaining health and wellbeing for service users with different needs.

A.P1 Explain the potential benefits of two different complementary therapies for service users with different needs.

A.M1 Assess how complementary therapies can maintain health and wellbeing for service users with different needs.

Learning aim B: Examine the provision of complementary therapies in relation to conventional medical treatments

 

 

BC.D2 Evaluate the provision of complementary therapies in relation to conventional medical treatments and factors to be considered.

 

 

 

 

 

BC.D3 Evaluate the role of complementary therapies in providing a service within the health and social care sector.

B.P2 Explain how service users can access complementary therapies with reference to factors affecting provision.

B.P3 Explain the role of complementary therapies in relation to conventional medical treatment of two different disorders.

B.M2 Analyse the reasons why complementary therapies may be offered in addition to conventional medical treatment.

Learning aim C: Investigate the factors to be considered when providing complementary therapies alongside conventional medical treatments

C.P4 Explain the role of professional organisations in supporting the provision of complementary therapies.

C.P5 Explain factors to be considered when providing complementary therapies.

C.M3 Analyse the importance of regulation in the provision of complementary therapies.

C.M4 Assess the importance of different factors when providing complementary therapies in the health and social care sector.


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