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CT305 Principles of personal development in adult social care settings 1.1 Explain what reflective practise is? Reflective practice is a way of studying your own experiences to improve the way you work. It is very useful for health professionals who want to carry on learning throughout their lives. Engaging in reflective practice should help to improve the quality of care you give and close the gap between theory and practice. Reflective practise is to think carefully covering; what you did - How you did it - Why you did it - How you felt - What went well - What you would do differently.
Assignment 304 Principles for implementing duty of care in adult social care Task A Supervision Notes As an experienced social care worker you have been asked to mentor a new social care worker. You plan to use a supervision session to explain about the duty of care and how this helps to protect individuals from harm and abuse. Prepare a set of notes to help you in this supervision session. In the notes, you must include an explanation of: Ai What is meant by the term “duty of care” Aii How the duty of care affects the work of a social care worker Aiii What having a duty of care means for a care giving organisation Aiv How the duty of care contributes to safeguarding individuals Task B Reflective account Bi Describe two situations which demonstrate a conflict or dilemma between exercising a duty of care and the rights of an individual. Bii Choose one of the situations and describe how best to manage the risks involved, explaining the reasons why this would be best practice.
Corporate Governance and Ethical Responsibility Student Name Date: 6/4/2012 Introduction In this analysis paper i'll be explaining what Dr. DoRight of Universal Human Care Hospital can manage when he discovers that patients inside the hospital are dying as a results of a spread of illegal procedures by doctors and nurses and negligent supervision and oversight on their half. I'll analyze the rights of staff to health and safety within the work place. i'll address the duty of loyalty, and conflicts of interest between internal and external stakeholders. i'll additionally discuss the moral duties to report illegal procedures, along side the deontology and utilitarianism principles. The Universal Human Care Hospital has
Unit 302 Principles of personal development in health and social care settings. 1.1 Explain the meaning of reflective practice Reflective practice is a way to develop skills and gain knowledge from learning from your own experiences. By asking yourself questions like ‘what worked, what I think and feel and what I could change for a better outcome’ I am learning ways to be better at my job. By using reflective practice I can see where I am lacking in my job role but also my strong points. It is vital I learn from my mistakes and using reflective practice will help do this.
Introduction I will discuss a personal experience, which identifies the nurse/patient relationships and whether it was successful or detrimental. In addition, I will look at the module content, experiencing mental illness, and how relevant the module content was to inform my practice. I was working on a elderly dementia ward, specifically clients with challenging behaviours alongside the dementia. I aim to explore the clinical experience and explore my feelings about how the clinical situation transpired, and describe what I would do differently if I was in the same situation again. I will be using the Atkin’s and Murphy’s (1994) framework for reflection.
Family Systems Tools Report Learning Team D: Julie Lynn Carswell, Brandee Lopez, Chanda Jean Louis, and Toni Taylor BSHS/312 April 24, 2011 Cheryl Ritter Introduction – Chanda Jean-Louis There are a number of appropriate system techniques or tools that therapists professionals use when helping a client. These system techniques are reframing, boundary setting, sculpting, genogram, multi-generation transmission and power gram, which help to facilitate change and break dysfunctional patterns. Each technique has its own approach and the therapists would need to know some things about the client to know which approach would best be beneficial for their client. These tools help the therapists find out how each member of the family sees the problem and to form first impressions of the family’s functioning. Reframing – Brandee Lopez Reframing is a tool used “to facilitate change and break dysfunctional patterns” (Parrott, 2003, p. 378).
A reflective account (using a framework) on the students personal learning regarding the therapeutic intervention. Word Count: 1095 Submission Date: 16.01.09 Reflection is associated with learning from experience; stimulating personal and professional growth linking theory to practice (Burns and Bulman 2000). Engaging in reflective practice encourages improvements in quality of care (Whitehead and Mason 2005). By analysing past experiences to promote learning, and improve performance Clouder (2000) stated is a way of nurses keeping their knowledge updated; a requirement of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC 2008). The focus of this essay is to reflect upon personal
A Reflective Account of Practice Observation The intention of this essay is to reflect upon an experience that took place whilst on my first practical placement in a clinical setting. Below I have described a situation where verbal communication between the patient and those caring for him was challenging due to his condition. I will look at other types of communication when establishing a therapeutic relationship and comforting the patient. I have chosen to use and utilize John’s model of reflection. He documents that reflection is being mindful of self, either within or after the experience enabling the practitioner to view or focus on themselves within the context of a particular experience.
Assignment 1.1 Name: Claire Moyle Roles, Responsibilities And Boundaries When Teaching I am a Beauty Therapy Tutor hoping to teach a variety of subjects within the Beauty Therapy sector. My learners may from a wide range of ages, occupations and backgrounds. The Training Cycle Identifying Training Needs Evaluate Training Outcomes Plan & Design Training Deliver Training Identifying Training Needs My role and responsibilities as a tutor is to identify learners previous experience ‘if any’ and what they are aiming to gain from the course. I would do this in the form of initial assessments. Each learner will undertake a series of tests to evaluate their different learning needs and learning styles.