Explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in a health and social care, a classroom and a customer service setting. For each setting analyses the advantages of verbal and nonverbal skills and their overall effectiveness. Communication and interpersonal interaction plays a very important role in personal and professional lives. Effective communication and good interpersonal skills helps us in forming good relationships with people around us. In the health and social care effective communication helps in building the trust between the patient and career.
a.Paraphrase what the patient tells you, to ensure you understand. b.Remain silent for 15 seconds each time the patient speaks, to ensure everything has been said. c.Kneel down so that your face is below the patient’s, to demonstrate your willingness to listen. d.Move your body as close as you can to the patient’s, to provide emotional support when the patient speaks. 25.
Running head: SUSTAINABILITY 1 Sustainability Kishore Kunapareddy Oklahoma Christian University Author Note This Paper was prepared for Foundation of Engineering Ethics and Values. Taught by Professor Mr. Dr. Colin Doyle SUSTAINABILITY 2
Ake’ria King Professor Amour-Hileman English 1101- Composition October 28, 2015 Cover Letter By writing this paper I was analyzing the rhetorical analysis the article, “Fund 12 Years of Education for Girls Around the World” written by Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai. In my paper, I explained how Yousafzai effectively executed her persuasive article, and how she reached enough supporters to get the victory. I used the rhetorical analysis steps that we used in class. They helped organize my thoughts which also help me organize my paper.
Rhetorical Analysis I alter use in the body paragraphs in order to show how Andy ( a lower class character) is an example of “heredity” since he takes over his late father’s position at the coal mine. In other words, the way I use quotes in my Rhetorical Analysis demonstrate that I have learned to take in consideration all parts of the quotes. Even though I have improved in considering all parts of the quote when using them as supporting evidence, I actually got to notice that I make arguments that are more than what I can possibly support with evidence from the text. This issue was pointed out to me in the comments left in turnitin.com by Dr. Danner. This problem in my writing was pointed out in my Rhetorical Analysis when I wrote, “under
While reading there are various ways to gain a deeper understanding of the text. For example, one method a reader can apply to increase their understanding is rhetorical reading defined as “involves more than ‘agreeing’ or ‘disagreeing’” (Heasley et al. 89). Thus, requiring the reader to focus on the text and pay close attention to the rhetorical situation to comprehend how an argument is working. In detail, the rhetorical situation consists of the writer, reader, text/purpose, and context.
While creating my rhetorical analysis paper I used all of my typical writing processes. I began this assignment by selecting a commercial that I thought would be the most appealing in the superbowl. After selecting my commercial I did some research at the library using EBSCOhost. I then created an outline on what my paper would be about and pieced all of its parts together. In the future I will try to recieve help earlier on because at first I struggled to understand what the purpose of the paper was.
Outcome 5: Use Basic Communication and Collaborative Skills to Optimize Patient Outcomes Brenen Dapkiewicz NU 311 Fundamentals of Nursing Practicum Washburn University School of Nursing Knowledge Q1: Describe how you utilized several communication skills you were introduced to in class. During my long-term care experience last Friday, I was exposed to many forms of communication. There was non-verbal communication, where you could just see that a patient was maybe anxious or content.
Effective communication is vital in building an open and positive relationship with children, young adults and adults. To be able to build a positive relationship it needs to be built on trust and honesty resulting in a nurturing and calm environment. Being able to demonstrate and use positive language and behaviour. To communicate appropriately to whomever you are speaking to and adapting your tone, body language to the age of the child or adult, and supporting the needs of a child/young adult, ensuring there are good lines of communication which are clear and precise when working with adults.
Many folks of the Hispanic race were appalled on several misunderstood speeches I have made. My intentions were not to target anyone in specific knowing the more people on my side the better outcome in the Presidential election. There have been articles about me that I have manipulated bankruptcy laws to enrich myself, also racial comments made. In other hand people have made accusations that I am untrustworthy. I need to apologize for the mistakes said or done as well for the miscommunication I gave to the citizens of the United States.
The patients I have worked with have become my greatest teachers. I can’t sit down and flip to a chapter in a textbook that would teach me how to listen to a patient and let their unique history paint the picture of their present illness. A physician that I shadowed told me something that has since resonated with me. She told me how every patient has a story, and you always need to listen carefully because these stories aren’t pointless, they often can lead to your diagnosis. I personally believe the most important member of the care team is the patient; without communicating with the patient there is no chance to obtain crucial insight as to the illness that is presented to you.
One of the hardest units for me was sensation and perception. I had trouble remembering the path of light, the pathway of sound, and other processes. This worksheet gives a quick review of all this and is a good way to study this material before the AP exam. Although this worksheet is not fun, it should be given to the students to act as a quick cheat sheet or reference paper. Another unit I struggled with, was the one that focused on the brain.
The emergency department has always drawn my interest due to unexpected injuries, and how many people walk through the doors. I don't know who will come in next, and have no way to prepare besides making sure the equipment is working. During my shadow experience, it was not at all busy, and I was able to follow the doctor to discharge one patient who tried to pass a bowel movement, and fainted, while driving. I also got to greet a tachycardic patient complaining of chest pain with the nurses, and later with the doctor. Although I was unable to witness many patient interactions with the doctor I shadowed, it allowed me to see the other side of his role.
Additionally, I found it surprisingly hard to really express the most appropriate level of sympathy and validation needed. Overall, I found it hard to maintain the most level of appropriate vocal qualities. For example, whenever Ian would talk about his past of negligence from his parents, I really found it hard to express how sorry I was that he had to go through that. I used the wrong tone to respond to serious situations sometimes. For example, whenever Ian was talking about having extremes “ups and downs”, I responded with, “That’s good!
This helped me acknowledge I can be empathic with people in diverse circumstances without being judgemental. I also perceived that I appreciated attempting to help people by provoking their own instincts though solicitous but incisive questioning. I had a tough time with the uncomfortable silences while waiting for a reaction from the coachee, I feel I did not give enough time to the coachee to think about things before I went into other questions. Giving for reflection in the session is portrayed as being vital in coaching by Dembkowski, Eldridge, Hunter (2006, p. 49). “A moment of silence is often helpful for the client to dive into his emotions and think about a specific topic or circumstances.”