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Levels of practice -Supportive

Supportive Level:

  • Possesses a solid understanding of facts, principles, processes, and general concepts.
  • Engages in a wide range of duties with some responsibility, guided and supervised as needed.
  • Committed to delivering high-quality, compassionate healthcare.
  •  Adheres to standards, policies, and protocols within the bounds of their expertise.
  • Uses knowledge to make informed decisions, taking ownership of work, and actively reviewing its effectiveness. 

 

primary care provider speaking with a cancer patient

Examples of job roles at supportive level:

Healthcare support worker, Cancer Support Worker, Cancer Care Co-ordinator, Healthcare Assistant, Therapy Assistant, Allied Health, Support Worker, Cancer Navigator 

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