Knowing effective communications skill help the Medical assistant to observe with close attention to the patient and their needs. Medical assistants have specifics skills that helps them to preformed a quality work. Good listening skills will lead to effective communication. As medical assistants, they actively listen to the patient, meaning that all of their attention has to focus on what the patient is saying (Bonewit-West, K, 2009). Medical assistants show compassion, empathy and sympathy for others, they bound a special connection with the patient so that the induvial can receive the same level of caring as any other patient (Maciejewski, 2007).
Considering the changes that continue to arise in the healthcare environment, the nursing profession can make a profound contribution if it embraces nursing leadership. Especially to limit failure in care provision, strengthening nursing leadership continues to be fronted as the basis of care provision. Consequently, I view that nursing leadership ought to be central to the nursing professional goals. In this paper, I will reflect on my values and beliefs in nursing leadership and my future expectations from a perspective of a nurse leader in a manner that is consistent to what I would desire in nursing leadership. I believe that progress has been made, but some areas still need to be given more weight.
It is important to get the team members involvements by getting their ideas and opinions. Team members who are involved in decision making will more likely have a stake in achieving goals. However, the team need to understand that the responsibility for the final decision will be made by the nurse leader (Martin, McCormack, Fitzsimons & Spirig,
While clinical care may be very good in the sense of delivering prescriptions and making sure the patient's body is cared for, the PCA focusses on the person holistically with thought that with the physical becoming healthier, the emotional has to match as well for the best outcome for the patient. With people who have lost control of their lives, or risk loosing control, if these folks are to have the lives that they want, then they have to have something that says here is what is important to me, here is how I want to be supported and here is how I want to live. The PCA provides a description of all these components and then describes the actions that need to be taken to get the life that they
The healthcare worker should take reasonably practicable steps to maintain a safe environment for patients and staff in which patients can be offered treatment in accordance with the duty of care that is owed to them [9, 10]. If violence or aggression cannot be controlled due to incidence of negligence health care provider as well as general population must maintain their dignity and show humanism. The statutory duty of care is high and breach leads to a potential malpractice case. Health care professionals and health services must work together to develop strategies to prevent and manage the risk of occupational violence.
This is stressed so heavily because an adequate patient caregiver communication is the key to positive treatment and results. Communication About Health: Current Issues and Perspectives, it explains in the cases where health professionals and patients do not see eye to eyes various negative outcomes come into place; treatment failures, frustrations, wasted time, avoidable expenses, loss of professional permutation or privileges, and there is
It is a means of empowering health practitioner and the patient. It is necessary to find out the conditions of nurses and work they perform in a culturally safe way. Like many other subjects in nursing, cultural safety is important to learn from the people of different backgrounds, values, beliefs and experiences to work in a culturally safe way. (nursing review) As need of health care is over growing, it is better to provide health services caring with patient’s values, listening to them with due respecting their
It is important I do this project because … Patient and nurse safety matter. This is a fixable problem with solutions that can be done with the proper recognition and attention. Nurses should not have to practice in fear. 3. Challenges in taking on this topic include … Finding the research to support the topic and offer realistic solutions that could be practical and universally applied.
It is important that there is a good understanding between the radiographer and the patient as information can be communicated well between them. In order to ensure that the patient has received the best possible care, the radiographer has to monitor their verbal and non- verbal communication skills as it can be easy to express emotions without meaning to. Patient dignity also has to be considered as it plays an important role in ensuring that diagnostic procedures are carried out well as the patient has to feel dignified and at ease throughout the examination. Overall it has been explored why communication is so significant in order for the patient to receive the best care possible as their whole experience depends on their interaction with the
An open culture is also important because it makes the workers to be free in discussing their concerns and experiences with other health care officials. Humanity and empathy are also professional values that are central to appropriate nursing. In the light of this, it is important for nurses and doctors to consider patient needs and ensure that the dignity of the patients is maintained throughout care and treatment. Cvengros (2008) claims that attending to distressing symptoms, personal care, and food needs is among the practices that maintain patient dignity. Leavitt and Leavitt (2011) claim that nurses and doctors should act without delay in case they feel that patients might be at risk.