Avii. Three people who can help me with the providing of information for my pdp are: * Matron * Senior staff * Service user Aviii. Three different ways my learning and development can be supported are: * Appraisals * Courses * Encouraging feedback from senior members of staff Aix. Four different ways a pdp will benefit my learning and development are: * Setting own realistic goals that helps achieve the best I can * Organisation can help improve time limits * Improvement can easily be achieved * Making sure you are reaching your goals. Bi.
When we create our plans of care, see the person, treat the problem and plan for the future, because this will influence the outcome of any care you provide. Always think, a person centred approach to the care you give, because one day the person needing the care will be you. Aiii See poster. Aiv Do you know who you are? A daft question you might think OK, lets ask another question, do you know who your service users are?
In addition, the learner will evaluate which assessment tool is a stronger assessment instrument using measurement concepts based upon the review of the literature. Introduction In relationship counseling, therapists select approaches that meet the goals of their clients and to improve their relationship regardless of marital status or sexual orientation. According to Corey, Corey and Callanan (2011), counselors who deny multicultural factors and differences in populations are in danger of providing services that can be ineffective. Clinicians are responsible to work to enhance human development by recognizing diversity and supporting cross-cultural approaches in in their services. (ACA, 2005: AMHCA.
More importantly, the organization should provide training sessions to employees to enhance their comprehension of the ethical code and values within the entity. Reflection of the ethical code is represented by communication from executives and managers and by interaction with employees, patient/family members and other healthcare professionals. Do we just post it on the door? How does an organization reflect ethical standards? Not only do you post the code of ethics on the door but also it is represented by actions and words.
CARERS GUIDE TO REFLECTIVE PRACTICE What is Reflective Practice? Reflective Practice is a conscious process. It means that you are thinking about what you are doing and learning from it. You may complete a task and afterwards think about how you carried this out, if you could have done it differently and what you have learned. Stages of Reflective Practice Stage 1: brief description of task, situation or incident which sets out intended purpose of intervention or objectives Stage 2: Planning work- what is needed Stage 3: What happened- what took place Stage 4: Reflective Practice – did the planning or intervention achieve its objectives.
To support this, questions are asked about the client’s story, strengths and resources, and about exceptions to the problem. Solution focused therapists believe that change is constant. By helping people identify the things that they wish to have changed in their life and also to attend to those things that are currently happening that they wish to continue to have happen, SFBT therapists help their clients to construct a concrete vision of a preferred future for themselves. The SFBT therapist then helps the client to identify times in their current life that are closer to this future, and examines what is different on these occasions. By bringing these small successes to their awareness, and helping them to repeat these successful things they do when the problem is not there or less severe, the therapists helps the client move towards the preferred future they have identified.
It is important to continually monitor and assess your knowledge and performance to enable you to determine how well you are performing. By being aware of your level of competency, you can either see areas you may need to improve or work on, as well as areas that you are doing well at. It also helps you to decide on steps you could take to move you towards the next level of
It’s an impact on yourself learning and knowledge you have gained. Helps you to recognise on how to what you have done well so it can be put in practice for other situations. Also means in reflecting your own values, beliefs, and experiences which will help your thoughts and ideas to share with your colleagues. Use this to gain better strength weakness so that you learn from your own mistakes and take the appropriate actions in future. Improves your basic judgement and professionally enables you to apply skills to the personal development cycle.
“As a manager, you must create a communication bridge between you and the people who report to you. The purpose of this bridge is for you to connect with each of your employees and for them to connect with you. If you convey the attitude that you care enough about your employees to really listen to them, you can solidify a two-way connection that is mutually rewarding” (Parkinson, J. R., & Grossman, J. H.,2010, pg.91). Being an effective nurse leader requires establishing an excellent rapport with the nursing team and having the perseverance of imbedding the overall vision into the entire nursing team. “Strong leadership includes having a clear vision and communicating it clearly and passionately to inspire willing participants in the collaborative process of realizing the vision.
Avi Explain what a PDP is, and what it should include Personal Development Plan 1. Reflection: continually monitoring owns knowledge and skills; attitude, how well one does and what could be improved. 2. Recording: ones ideas, thoughts and experiences. It could be pt in writing, or use of audio.