healthcare settings are treated as an object, therefore helping a person to preserve their personhood will have a dramatic effect upon their sense of well-being (Pearce 2007). Healthcare workers can preserve personhood by promoting a sense of hope and agency, social confidence, sense of worth. It is important that nurses spend time to ‘treat’ their patients as well as patients’ families and view this as a guide of their role. In a patient-focused care delivery model families need to be involved in making
Inter agency planning produces many benefits and positive outcomes which enhance the effectiveness of the services and the organisations involved in the planning process. This in turn benefits the public as their holistic needs are met due to the variety of organisations involved in the inter agency approach such as the police, ambulance the district councils and the health & social care trust. The diverse range of useful resources, including equipment, skills and Knowledge, with inters agency planning
D1 - Analyse the importance of inter-agency emergency planning for major incidents Inter-agency planning produces many benefits and positive outcomes which enhance the effectiveness of the services and the organisations involved in the planning process of major incidents. This in turn benefits the public as it may mean that because of the enhanced co-ordination because of the inter-operability, more life is preserved, there are fewer problems for the infrastructure and normality is resumed faster
During major incidents it is important that responding agencies communicate and work together in order to effectively and efficiently deal with the incident this can be done in the following ways: Liaison Officers – liaison officers are members of the public services who are responsible form communicating with the other services as well as and sharing information between them. Liaison officers coordinate training days where the public service train together in order to improve their performance
Be able to manage inter-agency, joint or integrated working in order to protect vulnerable adults Candidate Name: Michelle Wingrove Date: 13/05/2015 Unit: 514 Hours of Completion: Understand the legislation, regulations and polices that underpins the protection of vulnerable adults The Human Rights Act 1998 which gives legal force to ensure respect for human rights and high standards of practice by public bodies. The Care Standards Act 2014 and subsequent regulations placed a requirement
Warwickshire Inter-Agency Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Policy & Procedure Warwickshire Inter-Agency Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Policy & Procedure Section 7Appendices Warwickshire Inter-Agency Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Policy & Procedures v2 Page 75 of 95 Warwickshire Inter-Agency Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Policy & Procedure Section 7 ContentsAppendix A - Appendices - Guidance and Criteria for the use of the IMCA Service in Adult Protection Cases.
This essay will focus on inter-professional working in health and social care delivery. The history of inter-professional working will be explored. The nature and types of evidence underpinning inter-professional working focusing on the practice area of protection of vulnerable adults will be discussed. The range of factors that promote and create barriers to inter-professional working will be discussed. The implications of this essay will be discussed in relation to my future practice as a qualified
study, as it is at these boundaries that each profession seeks to delineate its territory and achieve dominance over others (Lymbery, 2004). Lymbery (2004) further explained that the concept of boundaries has particular resonance in the context of inter-professional practice and if dominated by professional rivalries, then there will be anticipated problems around the quality and sustainability of social work practice. According to Lymbery (2006) recent literature shows that collaborative working
Inter-professional working has been a major topic for discussion within the NHS for many years and can be seen as a key element in improving patient care. Throughout this assignment the author will consider the importance of inter-professional working and any challenges that may affect individuals from different professional backgrounds working together effectively. The writer will also discuss a practice experience where inter-professional working is used when caring for a patient and consider
professionals to achieve and manage change. When accessing healthcare more often than not there will be more than one health profession involved. The Health Act 1999 imposes a duty on all NHS organisations to work in partnership or work inter-professionally. With inter-professional working it is essential that all members collaboratively work together. According to Ovretveit (2002) it is defined as two or more people from different professions communicating and cooperating to achieve a common goal.