Establishing consent is a one way care workers can show respect to the person and their personal dignity and protect themselves. The process of getting consent is to develop trust between carer and person being supported. The person is more likely to want to do activities they have given permission for consent can be given in many ways. Consent is giving permission to do something. In health and social care settings it usually means that the person gives consent to take part or to accept some kind of care or treatment it is important to always remember this.
Task 2 7 / C.P6: Compare the influence of different health and safety laws or policies on health and social care practice in a selected setting There are several different health and safety laws and policies that vary between settings in health and social care aimed towards different legislations that must be followed, and have resulted in improvements in health and social care practice. It is important that these legislations are followed by service providers in order for them to promote safe practice and to fully understand their responsibilities under these legislations. Some of the legislations include the Health and Safety at Work Act etc 1974, the Data Protection Act 1998, the Care Act 2014, the Care Standards Act 2000 and the Equality Act 2010.
3.3: identify skills and approaches needed from resolving conflicts. In a health and social care setting it is important that you know how to dealing with a difficult individuals e.g. anger. When dealing with individuals who cannot control their anger it will make them even angrier if you listen to only one side of the conflict it. It is important to make sure that you as a work are calm and the individual you are dealing with is also stay calm to manage the stressful situations.
The third method of communication is having a supportive environment. This is having, "the comfort and ability of the patient and clinician to speak
1.1 Explain what person-centred thinking is, and how it relates to person-centred reviews and person centred planning? Person centred thinking is when you put the thoughts of the person you are looking after before your own. It’s important to know how they think and feel to know what to put into their care plans so that they are supported in the best way possible and to make them feel included 1.2 Explain the benefits of using person-centred thinking with individuals? By using person centred thinking you know how the client feels and how its best to support them but you also know what goals are possible to set for the future and also any changes that need to be made.
Carer workers should apply active listening skills to the client in order to avoid misunderstands. The client should be given choices (respect by being gentle, kind, respect, love, etc.) Referring to the case study; incident 1,
With reflection it is important that the individual is honest, which needs to be reflected in written record keeping, this enables others to easily understand what has occurred (Williams et al, 2012). Reflective practice is mainly used to assist nurses and healthcare professionals to gain an
Past experience of the patient 's or families with health care providers impacts the loyalty, adherence and persistence of use of health care services. Considerate of these past experiences from the patient 's viewpoint reinforce the connection, which help by avoiding misunderstandings, misconceptions and cultural offensive
In P6 of my work I am going to explain the role of supportive relationships to reduce the risk of abuse and neglect. If a person is interested in a career in health and social care is important you develop the skills needed to form professional supportive relationship with individuals and their families. So you need a basic understanding of the elements that make up a relationship.
A good health educator must possess effective oral and written communication skills. Being an educator requires a lot of public speaking and an individual must be able to explain, write and answer health questions in a manner in which everyone would be able to understand. Being an educator
According to The Journal of Nursing Administration Informatics incorporates 1) data gathering, 2) data representation, 3) information management. Informaticians work closely with IT practitioners to integrate the workflow into the system design. Their contextual knowledge of the practice workflow, exploring of the advantages and disadvantages help the informaticians to create systems that are clear and help physicians make a decision. Informaticians can help rule out implications that might potentially create problems and they can recognize some tools, as being important to the clinical setting that the ITs might not
When communicating with any individual it is my responsibility to consider and ensure that I adopt an appropriate style and method of communication. The style and method I choose to adopt will of course depend on the nature of the type of information needing to be shared and gained and also the individual whom I am interacting with. Effective communication within the care setting is paramount. The way in which we communicate can have both positive and negative impacts on relationships.
This approach allows individuals to work together to better communicate amongst one another while also allowing these individuals to make their own informed decisions. This particular form of leadership can enhance healthcare management as well. Supportive dialogue between several stakeholders, sharing different experiences; and reducing complex situations within the healthcare system are all factors of collaborative leadership. Individuals with leadership authority need to be able to engage with the leadership process so that they are continuously involved in ratifying and altering practices the best way they see fit. Collaborative healthcare leadership requires an interdependent environment where different groups and organizations work together for an effective process.
• Assess the role of 4 aspects taken from the scenario (i.e. one to one communication/ cultural differences etc). Explain why communication is so important and how this may impact on effective communication and interpersonal interaction at Happy Valley Special School. Make sure that you make links to theories of communication.
1.2 - Explain how to support effective communication with your job role. Effective communication is determined by the inter professional working between the manager and others whom are integrated into the organisation. Managers whom can identify the needs of effective communication can provide direction for the conversation, use resources available to enhance better communication, be able to facilitate change and achieve results in relation to positive outcomes of communication. Positive outcomes can include: • Understanding – different cultures, individual needs • Trust – being able to confide and express concerns • Honesty – being open with factual matters and how effects of work related issues • Better formed relationships – between staff,