Pass: Process and outcome will show application of some specialist skills in completing the health screening process.
Merit: Process and outcome will show the effective application of specialist skills in completing the health screening process.
Distinction: Process and outcome will show the consistent effective application of specialist skills in completing the health screening process.
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The learner must design a questionnaire which must collect all relevant information about the individual eg: name, date of birth, contact details, emergency contact details, medication, pre-existing medical conditions, dietary habits, alcohol/smoking usage, exercise and physical activity (frequency, intensity, time and type).
The learner must use their questionnaire on 2 contrasting individuals. In selecting 2 contrasting individuals, a range of factors may be considered, such as any medical conditions they currently have, their age range, fitness levels or their exercise levels. The questionnaire must allow the learner to gather enough information to be able to evaluate the individual’s health, including any pre–existing medical conditions.
The learner must safely administer a minimum of 4 health monitoring tests to the individuals. The learner must show evidence of appropriate consent and adequate processes for data protection. The learner must use appropriate protocols throughout. The health monitoring tests could include heart rate, lung function, waist-to-hip, blood pressure, body mass index (BMI) and oxygen saturation levels.
Following the health monitoring tests and the initial questionnaire, the learner must record and interpret the results using normative data that supports the test, identifying strengths and areas for improvement for the individuals.
Specialist skills could include the learner demonstrating the correct use of equipment or questionnaires to get accurate results from health screening tests and protocols.
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