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Also called casualty or emergency department. Acute care: hospital based medical and surgical treatment. Allied health professionals (AHP): NHS staff offering clinical care who louis vuitton shoes justin bieber are not doctors or nurses, eg radiologists, physiotherapists and psychologists. ADVERTISEMENT CONTINUE READING BELOW Admission: when a patient is taken into hospital. Ambulance service: a service that responds to 999 calls and major incidents, urgent admission requests from doctors, and high dependency and urgent transfers between hospitals. BBV: blood borne virus, ie a virus that is carried in the bloodstream. Bed louis vuitton bags store blocking: patient in a hospital bed who should be discharged from the hospital either to their own home or to another care setting. Booking management service (BMS): part of the choose and book service that lets you change, cancel and book hospital appointments, once you've been referred by your GP. Caldicott guardian: a person who has responsibility for policies that safeguard the confidentiality of patient information. All NHS bodies must appoint one. Care home: residential home providing accommodation with nursing and personal care. Care package: after an assessment, this is agreed so the patient can receive the right care for their needs which may include NHS and social care. Care pathway: guidelines for the entire process of diagnosis, treatment and aftercare for medical conditions from the patient's first contact with the NHS to the end of their treatment. Care plans: written agreements setting out how care will be provided. Care professional: anyone involved in providing healthcare or social care. Care programme approach (CPA): coordinated care for people who use specialist mental health services. Carer: friend or relative looking after a person who is ill, disabled louis vuitton shoes used in burlesque or elderly. CHD: coronary heart disease. Chief Medical Officer (CMO): the Government's principal adviser on health and the professional lead for all medical staff in England. Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS): services provided for children and louis vuitton bags quality young people with emotional, behavioural and mental health needs. Choose and Book: method of booking hospital appointments once you have been referred by your GP. You can choose any hospital and the date and time of your appointment. The idea is to book online, although you may have to phone the hospital if they are not connected to the Choose and Book system. ADVERTISEMENT CONTINUE READING BELOW Clinical audit: a measurement and evaluation by health professionals of the clinical standards they are achieving. Clinician: a general term used to refer to any professional who provides clinical care to a patient.

Clinical negligence: breach of duty by a healthcare professional. Community care: social care or treatment given to patients outside hospital. Community health services: NHS services provided outside a hospital, eg by district nurses, health visitors and community midwives.


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