BTEC SUBSIDIARY DIPLOMA IN CARE UNIT 0NE DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE. JUSTICE PEPRAH BTEC SUBSIDIARY DIPLOMA IN CARE UNIT 0NE DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE. JUSTICE PEPRAH CONTENTS PAGE Pages P1: Explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal Interaction in a health and social care context. 4-11 P2: Discuss theories of communication. 12-17 P3: Explain factors that may influence communication and Interpersonal interactions in health and social care environment.
When you have confidence it makes you feel good about yourself and makes you communicate more effectively to the other peers that you are talking to. Speech the way you present the information, the ability to listen effectively. Last repeating the information back, to make sure you have it correctly before you deliver the message. Health communication is a vital topic for research because everyone interacts with health care professionals at one point of life, encounters health-related messages in theprocess wither it is a health issue or a family member health, (Centre for the Study of Communication and Culture Volume 21 (2002) No. 3).When dealing with Interpersonal communication you must be clear, thorough and
Introduction Healthcare coding personnel use information provided in clinical notes from healthcare providers in order to convert this information into a code. Coders will review the information provided in health records to identify diagnoses and procedures, in order to “translate” this information into an appropriate code. Healthcare coders must have training in medical terminology, diseases, injuries and healthcare procedures in order to ensure accurate translation of medical notes into these codes (Grain and Hovenga. 2011). The use of coding schemes (such as ICD-9) allows for consistency in documentation between different healthcare providers.
The responsibility of the Physician assistant requests insight, sound judgment, savvy trustworthiness, suitable interpersonal aptitudes, and the ability to respond to crises in a cool and contemplated way. A state of mind of admiration for self as well as other people, adherence to the ideas of benefit and privacy in corresponding with patients, and a guarantee to the patients' welfare are crucial qualities. Physician assistants convey medicinal services administrations to differing patient populaces of all ages with a scope of intense and incessant restorative and surgical conditions. They require information and abilities which permit them to capacity viably in an element health awareness environment. The physician assistant is an agent of the doctor, treating the patient in the style and way created and coordinated by the managing doctor.
A discussion of the intervention and how it was delivered and the rationale behind it. The model of health promotion chosen to help promote the patients’ health is The information giving model, this model helps deliver health promotion providing education and facts to patients to help people make their own
Unit 1 – communication and supportive skills Communication is important in almost all fields. Communication helps you to understand what the other person is saying. It is also an important strategy in order to deliver what you or the other person is trying to say. The role of communication is to develop new skills and clearly understand the service user in order to give the best possible health care. As a health professional if you want to deliver good quality care you need to communicate effectively and it will also help you to learn the needs of your client this is important because so that the service user knows they are in good hands and it also gives them an idea on what is going to happen.
My reflection will include key themes such as effective team working and stereotyping followed by a summary of the main topics covered within the essay. Interprofessional collaboration is described by Pollard et al. (2005) and Way et al. (2002) as the process of communication and decision making that enables members of different professions and/or agencies to share knowledge and skills in order to provide integrated health and/or social care for the benefit of patients and the wider community. This is reinforced by the World Health Organisation (WHO, 2010) and
There are a number of key points and techniques that involve therapeutic communication and can make communication more effective. Important aspects of therapeutic communication include: focusing on the client, building a trust between the client and healthcare worker, allowing time for client questions and answers, and understanding non-verbal communication. Remembering that clients often view their nurses as the healthcare member they relay and receive most of their information from should be viewed as a top priority for the nursing staff. Time spent with the clients can be short because of client loads, effective communication allow nurses to spend more meaningful and productive time with their patients. Building trust fosters a relationship where the patient is more comfortable sharing personal information with the nurse.
The relationship will be examined for in regards to conflict avoidance, how to work as a team and collaborate with other departments, and ways to improve the process. The effect of interdisciplinary relationships on the organization, patients, and stakeholders will be presented. Collaboration for Quality Outcomes “Collaboration in health care is defined as health care professionals assuming complementary roles and cooperatively working together, sharing responsibility for problem-solving and making decisions to formulate and carry out plans for patient care” (Jennings, 2008, p. 5). Health care organizations are dependent upon the effective communication amongst the departments to ensure organizational objectives are being met. Long term care environments employ a multidisciplinary approach to resident care plans to ensure their needs are being met.
TASK 1 In order to work effectively in health and social care, professionals need to work in partnership with service users and each other. In an essay format: 1. Explain partnership philosophies. Give Specific examples of how these philosophies are demonstrated in various health and social care settings. 2.