P4- when looking at strategies and communication techniques used with different individuals with different needs whom need to overcome different challenges many aspects must be looked at. A challenge Patrick may face may be awareness and knowledge, he may face this as well as others. Patrick may be aware that he has HIV however he may not be aware how much this will effect him and he may not be aware how to deal with it as he may lack the knowledge. In order to overcome this Patrick could educate himself in depth on HIV, this will help him come to terms with it and will also help him to help others understand HIV. A challenge Alice may face might be acceptance or belief, she may not have the determination to become alcohol free and therefore
This is a reflection on continuing professional and personal development in practice. This reflection is to allow me to improve profeesionally with supportive, evidence based literature and to enable me to evaluate the impact my professional behaviour as a student and future midwife. My learning need is to focus on the importance of professional behaviour when on placement and working with women, their families and members of the multi-disciplinary team (MDT).
relationships in work setting in health and social care are very important we need to build a relationship with are colleagues and mangers staff to enable us to work effectively.it is essential to establish good relationship and communication with service user and there family’s but you must always have boundaries and keep it professional effective communication and working relationships .
The features of partnership working means working alongside others to achieve a mutual aim. I work in partnership with colleagues, clients and others to enable the best care for the individual. The National Service Framework For Older People 2001 outlined multi agency working between health and social care agencies. This was to promote the best care for individual clients. We also work within the Codes Of Practice For Social Care Workers 2002 which states that staff should respect the roles and expertise of workers from other agencies and the need to work in partnership with them.
Co-working a case through conducting direct work with an eight-year old girl, I used professional curiosity to explore an alarming self-disclosure made to me about her sleeping with a fifteen-year old boy, who was a non-relative. By keeping an open mind, avoiding making assumptions, analysing what was said and observing the child’s body language, I determined that whilst this incident was really inappropriate, there was nothing untoward happening. However, to safeguard and minimise risk for the child, I relayed this information to the relevant social worker so the concern could be properly addressed and resolved.
The job description had me nodding my head! I have always enjoyed reading, writing, proofing, and editing. Being a perfectionist, having things done correctly has always been important to me. I do agonize over things until they 're just right, when most people would say it 's good enough. I would love a career where being 'too picky ' is a good thing! I think I would be a good fit because of the above qualities but also because I 'm looking for place where i can be challenged and learn and expand my mind. S2 Groupe sounds like the perfect place for
As a Manager it is important to keep your skills, knowledge and practice up to date at all times and this can be achieved by using findings from research, critical reviews and enquiries regards social care. The care we provide must be safe and effective. By looking at the evidence, making a professional judgement, then applying the knowledge when making decisions regards your own practice, we can ensure the care we deliver is done so in a safe way and in a way we are able to account for our actions. It is important that you are able to pass any knowledge gained to your staff to ensure their work is also carried out in a safe and accountable way. It is important for all who work in social care to be able to apply their knowledge. As Manager it is important that you ensure and encourage staff to embrace the idea of evidence based practice.
In the past there have been arguments between agencies and professionals over funding and arguments over who does what, which obstructed closer professional working. A number of strategies have now been developed that focus on improving co-operation for the benefit of those using services.
Mom and Maxx greeted the clinical team at the door. Maxx smiled, made eye contact with the clinical team, and said, “Hi.” Mom guided the clinical team to the couch in the family room. While sitting at the couch, the clinical team introduced themselves to Maxx and told him they were there to play with him. The clinical team probed preference. To illustrate, the clinical team asked Maxx if he liked puzzles, he responded correctly and said, “Yes.” Then, the clinical team engaged Maxx in a puzzle contest; Maxx was successful at completing the 24-piece puzzle within one minute. He was also successful at cleaning up the puzzle. Next, mom gave Maxx a two-step instruction (i..e “ Go to your room and get your games”). Maxx complied and went to his room and brought out over three board games. Maxx chose the first game. The game was Sorry. The clinical team asked Maxx how to play the game, he did not verbally respond, he just looked at the clinical team once and proceeded to set up the game. Mom added that he does have difficulty explaining how to play games.
No matter how hard we may try, the importance of interprofessional collaboration in the healthcare system cannot be stressed enough. Of course, interprofessional care has a wide range of advantages in the smooth operating of a team. What is also to be taken into account, however, is the unbounded benefits from the patient’s perspective. As we all know – unfortunately many from our own experiences – the road to recovery requires not only the carefully calibrated skills and expertise of the individual but also the cooperation and constant communication of a vast team of healthcare providers. Through this complex operation come the many advantages to the patient’s treatment and overall health.
Teamwork builds up the ability of nurses and other healthcare providers to implement higher quality and a more holistic care. In this essay, firstly, I am going to discuss about teamwork in nursing. Secondly, I am going to talk about the importance of teamwork within nurses and other healthcare providers. Thirdly, I am going to discuss about the benefits of having teamwork and proper delegation needed among nurses. And lastly, using Singapore nursing board, code of ethics and professional conduct that direct to this clinical situation. I will also discuss on how this clinical situation could be done differently.
In general, one important aspect of a team in a healthcare environment is the emergence of teamwork. In teamwork, every team members has a role to partake so that the organizational goals of the institution will be met and success will be achieved. There should be a skills mix, were functional expertise can be found in each members so that each and everyone has its own designated task to accomplish and at the end all of the research and work that have done will be gathered to create a something that will benefit the workplace. Since teamwork involves everybody, problem solving skill or decision making skill should also be present to all members so that when an issue or problem
(Hofer and Schendal, 1986, as cited by Ingram, et al., 1997, p. 119) argue that effectiveness determines the success of the organisation. Effectiveness also relates to satisfying the environment. Effectiveness can also be seen as the “…degree of correspondence between actual and desired outputs”