Teamwork stimulation training program can motivate team members to work in smooth manner that promote positive outcome, and save time and resources. All training needs to involve staff and physicians. All team members need to know the proper way of communication with each other. Conducting lectures that highlight on the basic concepts that are needed to establish qualified teamwork is strongly recommended. The health organization should establish role and guidelines for developing teamwork according to the target patient populations.
At times, anger takes control of myself and it affects my actions during the situation. However, learning this topic helped me understand the consequences of uncontrolled anger to us and the people around us. In future it will be very beneficial when I practice as a doctor because patience is essential when I face many patients with variety of behaviours and attitude. Besides that, through the chapter Leadership Skills, I have learned the qualities required to lead a group. Effective communication among members is very important in order for the group to reach its aim.
We can nurture such cultures by encouraging team cohesion, developing a sense of team optimism about the work and building a sense of efficacy. Good leaders enable their team members to feel confident in the ability of the team to achieve its goals and deliver high quality, compassionate and inspiring care. Listen constantly and carefully in order to learn about the obstacles and hindrances those frustrate frontline staff and then work with them to overcome them. And they take the insoluble problems to more senior leaders and mandate them to help find lasting solutions that enable staff to deliver the care they wish to. Such approaches are essential if the healthcare professionals able to meet the challenges of the sector and deliver the care the public wants and
Pender 's-Health Promotion Model postulates that every person has exceptional attributes and understandings which influence their actions (McCutcheon, Schaar & Parker, 2016). Individuals have a particular set of variables for behavioral specific knowledge which acts as their motivation and can be modified through nursing actions. The endpoint in the model is the health-promoting behavior. The behaviors are vital to improving health and enhancing the functional ability in all life stages. The underlying assumptions of the model include the following.
Quality of life is regarded to be the major goal of treatment as it helps in restoring, maintaining and improving the quality of life. In clinical ethics it is really important to consider the effect of the dictated treatment on patient’s quality of life. Contextual features are regarded to be the final step which is considered to be the largest among all. This is based on the features that are relevant to the case and ensures its ethical analysis properly. In this many social factors are put into consideration.
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) states that this is a key aspect in professionalism along with having great decision-making skills grounded on solid evidence; supporting this with clinical reasoning. Furthermore, demonstrating management skills of problematic information and taking into consideration of potential situations - involving complicated ethical and moral grounds is required (CSP, 2016). This fits into treating each patient as an individual and to approach every situation holistically. Prior learnt skills and knowledge should be utilised in providing an accurate assessment. Using clinical reasoning to offer correct treatments, advice and education or interventions for patients.
A provider who is aware of emotion-laden patient expectations will be able to decide which interpersonal strategy is most appropriate at each clinical encounter. Understanding, measuring and monitoring patient emotions are important for supporting the existing patient satisfaction system. Experimental mode of processing and emotions not only determine patient satisfaction but also influence the brand, product or service positioning in the customer mind as well as long term
The person-centred staff have to interact and communicate with the patient in the person centred care making it essential for them to possess strong and effective communicational skill. The purpose of communication in this aspect is to make sure that healthcare providers focus on the individuals (Edvardsson, et al., 2010; Chenoweth, et al., 2009). It also includes sharing information, providing empowering and compassionate care, sharing decisions, and being sensitive to the needs of the patient. This skill from the perspective of person-centred care is regarded as the prerequisite. All sort of communication such as verbal, non-verbal, and part verbal are imperative and play a vital role in the process of providing person-centred care (Elwyn, et al., 2012; Morgan & Yoder, 2012).
This type of care provides satisfaction and creates positive outcomes (Pacquiao, 2015). Strategies for non-English speaking individuals should include an interpreter for translation, materials in their language, being a patient advocate to ensure your patient understands fully (Bixby, 2009). Additionally showing respect and sensitivity to your patient’s needs, values, and beliefs. Having the ability to modify and be flexible in the care you provide to create personized care (Arbour, Kaspar, & Teall, 2014). In conclusion, this paper discussed an ethical dilemma, how each party perceived the dilemma, and conflicting values it created.
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