Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings. There are many different working relationships in the health and social care setting. These will include, colleagues, manager, other professionals such as Doctors/District nurse, service users and their family and friends. For each you will develop a different type of working relationship. Some will be more formal than others.
By working to a set of rules and procedures for which you're paid, you are accountable and responsible for any mistakes and errors you make. Time restrictions and boundaries apply and you do not necessarily have to like the people you work with but need to keep personal opinions and feelings to yourself. Mutual deference and understanding is a key factor in developing a good working relationship. A personal relationship is a relationship formed through choice, with someone who you like, who you may share welfares and feelings with. In a personal relationship there are no sets of rules and procedures to follow and you are able to voice your personal feelings, thoughts and feelings.
A personal relationship is informal, and any information you wish can be shared. 1.2- In the health and social care setting there are many different working relationships. These relationships will include: colleagues, manager, other professionals such as doctors/district nurse, service users and their family and friends. For each you develop a different type of working relationship and some will be more formal than others e.g. You would not address a visiting doctor in the same manner as you would a service user and you would not address your manager in the same way as you would a colleague although you must ensure that you maintain a professional manner.
Unit 4222-206 The role of health and social care worker (HSC 025) Understand working relationships in health and social care 1.1 A working relationship is different to a personal relationship because a working relationship is professional and has specific objectives and purposes and there are boundaries to follow. Other differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship are time limits, professional code of conduct to follow and employer’s policies and procedures to follow. You are only involved with someone in a working relationship because it helps achieve the outcome of the support plan and because it is your job, this is different to when you chose to be someone’s friend or when you are born into a family. 1.2 Different working relationships in health and social care settings are relationships with the people you support and relationships with your employers and colleagues. You have to build professional relationships with people you support to enable you to deliver the care required to each individual so you can get to know them and find out their likes and dislikes and routines they may have.
You chose personal relationships but you don’t choose your colleagues. You share personal thoughts and feelings in a personal relationship but not a working relationship. 1.2 Working relationships will include those with colleagues, family members of service users you care for and the service users themselves. You may provide a number of services to service users such as physiotherapy, befriending and cleaning. Understand the importance of working in ways that are agreed with the employer 2.1 There are certain agreed ways in which we must work.
QCF Health and Social care level 2 206-The Role of the Health and Social Care Worker. 1. Explain how a working relationship is different to a personal relationship. A working relationship is significantly different to a personal relationship in as much that the reasons you are involved with a particular person are clear, it is part of your job and are in the interest of the people you support, there will be: * Specific objectives and purpose * Boundaries * Professional codes of conduct * Employer policies and procedures * Time limits * Being in some cases a one way relationship The support plan will define expected outcomes. A personal relationship is not monitored by a regulator and follows an unwritten code about how people behave towards one another.
The relationship is strictly professional. On the contrary a personal relationship is formed through choice with someone you like and share interests and feelings with. There are no sets of rules or procedures to follow. Working relationships do not allow arguing, accepting differences, discussing interests/beliefs and personal life problems between the participants of the relationship. However with personal relationships you can voice your personal opinions, thoughts and feelings and are allowed to do so.
I will explain why it is important to work in partnership with others along with identify skills and approaches needed for resolving conflicts. The different working relationships in health and social care. Working relationships differ from other relationships as the relationship serves a non-personal purpose to achieve a task. This is known as a formal relationship as opposed to a personal relationship. Relationships between employers and employees are formed by individuals who are not of equal status.
A personal relationship is made through choice; it allows you to share interests and feeling with the person you like. There are no policies or rules to abide by with a personal relationship, it’s still built around respect trust and understanding but it’s formed because you like that person and choose to have that relationship with them. Describe different working relationships in social care. The different working relationships in social care settings are between the carers and the service users, carers and professional bodies such as G.Ps, Psychology, Dentists e.c.t.., Carers and the service users family members and also between colleagues and management for each of these you would develop a different type of working relationship and maintain a professional manner. Understanding the role of the social care worker 2.1.
There are no polices or rules to abide by with a personal relationship , it's still built around respect trust and understanding but it's formed because you like that person and choose to have that relationship with them. 2 Different working relationships in health and social care settings are as follows: Colleagues Service users Managers Social workers Parents of service users Doctors and other professionals in this field such as physiology’s For each of these you would form a relationship that you would maintain a professional manner. 3 Be able to work in ways that are agreed with the employer OUTCOME 2 1 It's important as you have been employed to work in line with your job description, you should only do the procedures in your job role and the jobs that you have been trained to do, as if you go out of your job role you could be held accountable if anyone got harmed in the process. You would be putting your self and others at risk if you do so. 2 In united response you are given a detailed way of working in your induction, which gives clear information on your role and responsibility's.