Message sent: You deliver your message by speaking, signing or writing it. 4. Message received: The other person has to receive the message by either hearing your words or seeing your symbols. 5. Message decoded: The other person has to then interpret or ‘decode’ your message.
However, when speaking to a client, using jargon and medical terms can be considered as inappropriate and confusing for the people involved. When Patients come into a hospital, they are concerned with their health and they would want to know as much information as a nurse can give them. By using the correct language, and knowing how much information to divulge, a nurse can positively contribute to the care of their client. (Wright, Lorraine M.; Leahey, Maureen. 2009).
Unit 1 – Questions and Answers CU1530 Promote Communication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Setting Name of Candidate: Sahr Philip Kanda Question and Answer Session Learning Outcomes | Assessment criteria 1.1 | | Question: Identify the different reasons people communicate | 1. Understand why communication is important in the work setting | Answer: 1. To express emotion e.g. anger, fear etc. 2.
To prevent a situation like this from happening again the book shelf should be secured to a wall or not in an area where children are playing and running around. Accident & emergency incident: The second incident takes place in hospital in the A&E section. There are more than thirty patients waiting to be seen and treated by a doctor. Two new patients have just walked in with more major injuries and could be very serious. The nurse’s responsibility should be to see to the more serious patients.
‘Effective communication skills are essential for working in health and social care.’ Discuss this statement with reference to the theory of communication skills, and explain why communication is an important skill for working in health and social care. This essay is based on the communication skills that relate to health and social care, based on some theoretical frameworks and its significance through Learning Outcome 1, 2 and 3 frameworks (LO1, LO2 and LO3) The first section is going to explain the communication method . The second section will explain the significance of effective communication. The third section will of this essay will explain the barrier of communication and finally the last section will discuss the framework of communication. Communication is the art of exchanging information between two parties.
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.
This theory was developed in hope that it could explain and predict how communication occurs between two people when communicating. Argyle said that communication is a skill that has to be learnt and practised to keep it up to date. Communication involves people sending, receiving and responding to someone‘s verbal or non-verbal messages. The communication cycle with an aim an idea that someone has had a thought, the message is then encoded into language that can be understood with the appropriate words. The message is then sent this can be done via speech, writing such as a letter or via technology i.e.
Argyles Communication Theory M1 Argyles Communication Cycle This cycle ensures you to get the message across effectively and correctly, and this is what the communication cycle is: 1. A person has an idea: You have an idea that you want to communicate, for example you see a friend and you already have the idea to communicate with then. 2. They code their ‘message’ (using words or non-verbal means): This is the process of transmitting the information that the recipient can easily understood like for example by choosing the right words, grammar and punctuation, body language and tone of voice. 3.
The author of the article explains her experience with the DisDAT and its use on a patient she had with a learning disorder and the final stages of dementia. She says that some patients cannot communicate verbally, which is the best way to communicate, and so this tool helps with the determining the nonverbal signs of what the patient might be experiencing. The tool does not explain why the patient is in distress, just that they are showing signs of distress. It is then up to the professionals to decide what the causes are of their patient’s condition and what to do about their patient. The downside to this tool is that it’s developers aren’t sure how reliable the machine is in accurately interpreting patient’s signs.