Stage 1 – Idea Occurs At this stage the doctors and nurses are thinking about what to say to the patient. Stage 2 – Message Coded This stage is when the medical team have decided what to say to the patient. Stage 3 – Message Sent At this stage the doctors and nurses send their message to the patient only to realise that he is hearing impaired and the communication cycle has been broken, unless they can think of a way for the patient to decode their message. Stage 4 – Message Received This is when the patient notices that a message has been sent to him and begins to try and understand it Stage 4 – Message Decoded This is the stage where the patient would normally understand the message he is being sent, however
2. Relationships with my work colleagues. Aiii Explain why it is important that social care workers work in partnership with individuals using the service and their family. -Everybody know they role and what responsibility they have and all decisions and plans can be agreed , the family know the resident well and will be a good source of information. Family relationships are usually those that influence people most.
First of all we need to share information about the patients with colleagues and other practitioners from other care agencies to form a knowledge base about the young person so that we can offer the best and safest care possible from day one. Information from the family of the patients may be useful to make sure they are fully supported. When a patients first comes into a new environment this is a big transition and they may feel apprehensive. Using communication skills will help them to feel at ease with their surroundings. Speaking to the patients, using the correct body language, listening to what they have to say, maybe asking them a few questions about themselves whilst showing a genuine interest in what they are saying.
P1 Explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in a health and social care context Effective communication and interpersonal interaction in health and social care is extremely important. Communication with others will vary depending on who you are talking to and the situation you happen to be in. For example, communication whilst amongst friends is more likely to be relaxed, although, in a working health and social care setting, you would be punctilious and professional. According to the Care Value Base, one of the rules and guidelines health practitioners have to follow is “Providing effective communication and relationships.” Communication is a two way process and we use lots of different forms in communication.
He carried out experiments to test and develop his theory. Michael Argyle argued that communication is a skill that needs to be learned and practised just like any other skill. He claimed that communication is a two way process involving two people responding to each other’s verbal and non-verbal messages. This is his theory: An idea occurs An idea occurs Message understood Message understood Message decoded Message decoded Message received Message received Message sent Message sent Message coded Message coded He believes that you have an idea of what you want to communicate, then you think through how you’re going to say what you’re thinking which you then put into the form of communication of your choice such as BSL or language. He thinks after you have thought about it you send it, so you might speak or sign it to someone, which then the other person ‘receives’ your message who then decodes it and if all goes good they will understand.
Socialise 7. Ask questions 8. Share experiencess Learning Outcomes Assessment criteria 1.2 Question: How does effective communication affect aspects of your own work practice 1. Understand why communication is important in the work setting. Answer: • Helps to build trust • Prevents misunderstandings • Supports development of effective relationships Learning outcomes Assessment criteria 1.3 Question: Why must you observe residents reactions when communicating to them.
Unit 1: Effective Communication In this assignment I will be explaining the different contexts of communication, the different types of interpersonal interactions and why effective communication is so important. I will also be linking it to health and social care settings. Communication is ‘the sharing of information between individuals.’ Communication is very important as it can help you understand what another person is trying to say. By communicating it means that a person can express their own needs, feelings and concerns through either speech or for a person with a hearing or visual impairment they would communicate either through sign language or using visual aids. Active listening is a technique often used in counselling sessions,
The basic element of effective communication differs from the basic rules of health care communication with the addition of patient care. One of the goal is that the speaker has their needs met while in health care communication it is part of the imperative of healthcare communication that the patient has their health care needs met. The goal of health care communication is the improvement in healthcare status and highly quality care. In health care words become a lifeline communication among health care workers impacts the care of patients poor communication can result in chaos especially when combine with
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