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health and social care help - December 23rd 2011, 01:16 PM

I'm doing a diploma in health and social care and I'm really stuck on one question:
Outline the anotomy and physiology of the human body in relation to the importance of correct moving and positioning of individuals

I've emailed my assessor asking for help, but she's on holiday until 3rd Jan and I need to finish this as soon as possible. I don't understand what I'm even supposed to write or where I'm supposed to find the information.
Can anyone help me??
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Re: health and social care help - December 27th 2011, 11:35 AM

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Re: health and social care help - December 28th 2011, 09:12 PM

My instinct is that they want you to explain how correct moving and positioning is important in preventing injury (for example, you could talk about the structure of the spine and explain how, if a patient/client is not sat in the correct position, they may suffer with back problems, e.g. aches, stiffness).

Another example is to explain about the shoulder joints and why you need to lift patients/clients correctly, rather than pulling them up by their arms (as this could cause their shoulders to dislocate).

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