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). Patient need to be heard and attended, what a best option than to have an effective Medical assistant to take care of the patient.
Finally, it will explain the importance of ethics in communication and how patient safety is influenced by good or bad team communication. The first method of communication is mutual respect. The patient and clinician have a partnership based on trust. The patient has respect for the clinician 's experience and the clinician has respect for the patient 's wishes, needs, concerns and builds on past experience to meet immediate needs. (Paget, 2011).
An excellent communication skill between nurses and patients is essential for the successful outcome of individualized nursing care of each patient. The ability to communicate
A supportive relationship is important to the service user because the service user wants to confide to someone with their problems or concerns. If the service user trusts the professional then it is likely for the service user to talk to them about personal information. In health and social care settings a supportive relationship is most needed because the service user is sometimes not around family and wants to confide something to the professional. The multi- disciplinary team will check the needs of the service user and provide them with the right
A person is in need of nursing care when they experience any deficiency of health, in the internal or external environment. Nursing is actively caring for the physical, mental, emotional, and social state of a person, and their perception of their external environment. Personal Philosophy Nursing is the art of holistically caring for a human being. Humans want to be cared for in order to maintain healthiness, but interaction with the environment can change their health status due to many different variables.
Holism believes that physical repairing can be possible by attending psycho socio and spiritual needs of the patient. This type of approach is in need of different types of language skills to meet the requirements of the patients. This research paper is intended to highlight the type of communication skills useful in bringing out holistic communication. In a way to this there is a need to assess the relevance of holistic communication between a nurse and patients.
The hospital and care team need to be ready to handle any situation; as such, the above policies must establish in the hospital emergency manuals and each personnel must be trained. The plan to use a medical interpreter serves the purposes of efficiency and comfort. The hospital stands to save time and valuable resources while the patient feels a sense of satisfaction as the medical interpreter share information using language and terms the patient can understand. The policy to provide patient education also helps relieve patient anxiety while helping the patient to make an informed decision. The plan to grant family authority as the decision maker is
CQC make sure people voice are heard by listening and acting on peoples experiences. They take complaints seriously by improving the service and also by protecting the right of vulnerable people including those whose rights are restricted under the mental health act. REF. One of the benefit that implement CQC is the benefit to the patient, patients are allowed to speak up on any issues they have.
I’m a good listener because everyone likes to know that someone cares about what he or she has to say. In the medical field, you have to listen to the patients concerns and the physician instructions that need to be followed correctly. A medical assistant main responsibility is to actively listen to patients as well as
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.
The second ethical issue is informed consent. Telehealth must provide enough information to the patient information to assist them in making informed consent. The third ethical issue is access to care. Telehealth ensures equitability in access to care, a vital ethical gain for patients. Lastly is autonomy.
For the process of healing to be amiably achieved there should be a cooperation of the patient and the nurse this elevates the confidentiality of the patient and make it easier of the functionality of the nurse. However, there are cases where the autonomy of the patient has to be contested to achieve the process of healing; this raises issues
For example, when discussing the anesthesia and surgery with the patient, you should be friendly and informative. This way the patient knows how the surgery will be performed and they would also feel comfort knowing that the staff will take care of them. If the anesthesiologist was rude or conveyed the information in a confusing way, the patient may feel at unease and concerned on how the staff will treat them during the operation. In addition, these communication skills are useful when working with a surgical or anesthesia team. Since each member on the team is working towards the same goal, each person has to effectively communicate with each other.
They are also responsible for providing advice on human rights case law and handling equal pay claims and produce tools and make other information available to help service providers manage their risks. Scally and Donaldson, 1998, described Clinical Governance as ‘a framework through which NHS organisations are accountable for continuously approving the quality of their services and
A good nurse is someone who is compassionate, empathetic, and has a desire to truly want to care for the well being of others. A good nurse is also someone who is knowledgeable and also stays current in the medical field. As an advocate, nurses should empower patients by motivating and encouraging them to be active in their own care, also making sure the patients voice is being heard, and ensuring proper care is being performed in the best interest of the patient. A nurse is also an educator; nurses have the responsibility of educating their patients on their medical condition when the patient does not understand their prognoses. When a patient has a lack of knowledge of the care that is being provided, the nurse also has a responsibility to explain the care and why it will help the patient in the process.