Sometimes different is good, that is what makes the world a giant melting pot of diversity. Now knowing exactly what type of personality I have is a great asset to have because, I now know what are the strengths and weaknesses I have in my personality. Maybe there is a way I can work on these weaknesses to make myself a better person. Working socially is a good start; I can share my strengths with people around me from my personality. As well as for an education point of view this will help me as far as connecting myself with people that have similar personalities as me.
Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse When you hear the word “nurse,” what pops into your head? Do you see them as a caregiver, a person with a caring heart of gold, an empathetic person, a hard-worker? Nurses are all of those; they are always going to be when you need them to take the pain away, they will always be there when you need a helping hand, and they will be there to support you throughout your stay at the hospital. There are so many different type of nurses out there but, one interesting specialty is the neonatal intensive nurse. “Working tirelessly to get him comfortable and stable.
TDA31-1.1Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Effective communication is fundamental in building positive relationships with children, young people and adults alike. When working with children, young people and adult’s communication is the most important thing to building a positive relationship. Having good communication skills will help us develop better relationships especially with younger people. Some students who lack in confidence may find it hard to communicate at all with us, so if we come across to that student in a positive and gentle manner they are more likely to open up to us and talk.
Training and reflection will have positive effects for both the service user and the service provider. Reflective practice helps staff analyse complicated situations and help them make the best resolution. Analysing situations allow staff members to choose the best option that will benefit service users the most, allowing the care of them to be superior. Reflective practice also helps improve staff members’ problem solving skills. This means that the care of the service users will be improved since the staff are able to solve problems quickly and effectively.
It is easier to arrive at a solution, once you know the problem. So we will be examining each of the team members individual personal qualities with respect to their “Do I Trust Others?” and “How Good Are My Listening Skills?” assessment results, and based on the same, ensure that the Team Charter helps all of us in increasing our Team performance. Improving Team’s Performance Through Team Charter
For the past several years I have known almost every detail of what I plan to do after high school. I have always been extremely passionate with helping those in need, and caring for other people. This, and the fact that my mother is a registered nurse, has led me to believe that pursuing a medical degree is what I am meant to do with my life. I have always loved school and always wanted to be important to those around me, and I feel as though being someone who cares whole-heartedly for those who are sick and ill, is a perfect way to express my passion for helping those in need. I came to the conclusion of joining the medical field several years ago after my first serious injury.
To improve my own knowledge is very important to me and I really enjoy learning new skills which can benefit my roles or future roles. In doing this I feel I am progressing in my career, keeping myself desirable to other employers and maximising my potential to do well within my career. Therefore if I continue to develop professionally and improve my knowledge resulting in me improving my practice I will: * Become a positive role model to other staff * Be confident in my own abilities and future employment * Lead and influence staff positively with the correct information and highest of standards. * Recognise opportunity for further career movements
To improve my own knowledge is very important to me and I really enjoy learning new skills which can benefit my roles or future roles. In doing this I feel I am progressing in my career, keeping myself desirable to other employers and maximising my potential to do well within my career. Therefore if I continue to develop professionally and improve my knowledge resulting in me improving my practice I will: * Become a positive role model to other staff * Be confident in abilities and future employment *
If I was to do personal centred care then this would definitely reduce the risk of abuse purely because I would have a greater understanding and knowledge of the individual’s preferences and know what they like and dislike. Active participation is also very important in my work place, this enables that the service users are keeping fit and mobile but also builds confidence. By promoting active participation this can reduce abuse as the individual engages positively by actively participating is area of their life, such as in personal care, the scope for abuse by others is reduced. Promoting choices and rights is empowerment and about taking control of your life even if this is in a small ways, by including a resident in their care it allows them to still be an individual to have rights and wishes recognised even if they do not verbally contribute to be included is good practise. 4.2 It’s essential to have an accessible complaint procedure as it reduces the chances or abuse occurring, I believe that this is because it’s made easy to report any forms of abuse by anybody and everybody.