Effective Communication in Health and Social Care Essay

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By Amy Stephens contents page page 1: Intro into Developing Effective Communication in Health and Social Care. page 2: Start of P1, communicating in a group and one to one whist in a formal and informal setting leading on to signing, touch, text messaging and technology. page 3: Carrying on from page 2, we learn about communication through symbols, arts and craft, music and drama, oral and written communication. page 4: Finish with objects of reference and then start talking about interpersonal interaction and it includes jargon, slang, dialect, proximity and silence. page 5: Carrying on with interpersonal interaction we learn about non verbal, facial expressions, posture, touch and reflective listening. Page 6: carrying on with reflective listening and language. Starting Communication and language needs including Braille, makaton, and signing. Page 7: Carrying on with communication and language needs, talking about language, writing finger spelling, technological aid and culture differences. Page 8: finish talking about communication and language needs with sign symbols. Starting P2 ( theories of communication) Michael argyle, including the barriers. Page 9: Carrying on with the theorise of communication but now talking about Bruce Tuckman, also including barriers. Page 10: starting M1 ( asses the role of effective communication an interpersonal interaction in health and social care with reference to theories of communication) Page 11: References Developing Effective Communication in Health and Social Care By Amy Stephens Effective communication means that during a conversation no one involved will become confused or misunderstood. It can also mean that something is achieved during the conversation, this can be when the two individuals involved learn something new or that they have enjoyed it. Another important factor of effective
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