LO1 Understand different approaches and strategies used to measure, monitor
and control the incidence of disease in communities.
1.1 explain the roles of different agencies in identifying levels of health and disease in communities.
1.2 explain, using statistical data, the epidemiology of one infectious and one non-infectious disease that is widespread in their own country.
1.3 evaluate the effectiveness of different approaches and strategies to control the incidence of disease in communities.
LO2 Be able to investigate the implications of illness and disease in communities for the provision of health and social care services.
2.1 use relevant research to determine current priorities and approaches to the provision of services for people with disease or illness
2.2 explain the relationship between the prevalence of disease and requirements of services to support individuals within the health and social care service provision.
2.3 analyse the impact of current lifestyle choices on future needs for health and social care services.
LO3 Understand the factors influencing health and wellbeing of individuals in
health or social care settings.
3.1 assess the health and wellbeing priorities for individuals in a particular health or social care setting.
3.2 evaluate the effectiveness of strategies, systems and policies in a health or social care setting
3.3 discuss changes that could be made to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals in a health or social care setting
3.4 evaluate an activity that has been implemented to encourage behaviour change for maximising health for individuals in a health or social care setting.
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