‘Effective communication skills are essential for working in health and social care.’ Discuss this statement with reference to the theory of communication skills, and explain why communication is an important skill for working in health and social care. This essay is based on the communication skills that relate to health and social care, based on some theoretical frameworks and its significance through Learning Outcome 1, 2 and 3 frameworks (LO1, LO2 and LO3) The first section is going to explain the communication method . The second section will explain the significance of effective communication. The third section will of this essay will explain the barrier of communication and finally the last section will discuss the framework of communication. Communication is the art of exchanging information between two parties.
The Importance of Communication in Nursing The aim of this assignment is to demonstrate knowledge, understanding and the importance of communication within nursing by relating it to an example from clinical practice. The clinical practice example is based in a healthcare setting on a hospital ward (appendix 1). With reference to The Code of Professional Conduct (NMC, 2008), confidentiality will be observed throughout, therefore the patient’s details have been changed to Mr Jones. The example will demonstrate the achievement of two clinical competencies from the clinical practice assessment in the domain of care delivery (see appendix 2). Within the essay, communication will be broadly explored followed by communication that directly
| | 2.4 Suggest ways of improving the communication process in a health and social care setting | L3. Be able to explore the use of information andcommunication technology(ICT) in health and social care | 3.1 Access and use standard ICT software packages to support work in health and social care settings. | | 3.2 Analyse the benefits of using ICT in health and social care settings for users of services, care workers and care organizations. | | 3.3 Analyse how legal considerations in the use of ICT impact on health and social care settings.
A copy of this is available to the public on the States of Jersey website www.gov.je • The Caldicott Committee- report on the review on patient identifiable information Dec 1997. In Jersey we follow the Caldicott principles to encourage best practice a copy of this is also available on the States of Jersey website www.gov.je 1.2: Summarise the main points of legal requirements and codes of practice for handling information in health and social care. Within the States of Jersey we follow the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2005 which has 8 detailed principles: • Principle 1: Personal data shall be processed fairly and lawfully. This means we must make sure patients, clients and staff know how their information is going to be used and who else may see it. • Principle 2: Personal data shall be obtained only for one or more specified and lawful purposes, and shall not be further processed in any manner incompatible with that purpose or those purposes.
2.1 explain how communication process is influenced by values and cultural factors in health and social care settings. 2.2 explain how legislation, charters and codes of practice impact on the communication process in health and social care settings 2.3 analyse the effectiveness of organisational systems and policies in promoting good practice in communication health and social care settings. 2.4 suggest ways of improving the communication process in a health and social care setting. 3.1 access and use standard ICT software packages to support work in health and social care settings. 3.2 analyse the benefit of using ICT in health and social care setting for users of services, care workers and care organizations.
| Understanding principles of health and social care practice | | | | | | | | Table of Contents Introduction: 2 Task 1.1 Principle of health & social Care to individual Support 3 Task 1.2 Procedures for protecting clients, patients and colleagues from harm: 3 Task 1.3 Benefit of Person-center approach: 3 Task 1.4 Ethical dilemmas and conflict in health & social care services: 4 Task2.1 Implementation of policies, legislation, regulations and code of practice in health and social care: 4 Task2.2 Development of local policy and procedure: 5 Task2.3 Evaluation of the impact of the policy, legislation, regulation and code of practices on organization policy and practice: 6 Task 3.1Explain the theories that underpin health and social care practice 6 Task 3.2 The significance of inter professional working 8 Task 3.3 using the nature - nurture debate and any other relevant theories, the likely impact of the social, and emotional developmental pattern 9 Task 4.1 Roles of Ward manager: 10 Task 4.2 Contribution of word manager on healthcare policy: 11 Task 4.3 Recommendations to increase contributions of word manager 12 Conclusion: 13 References 14 Introduction: Health and social care service has become a very important issue in the context of present social structure. Citizens are now much more concerned about their health issues and the social care services they are likely to get. Many of the countries are going with an aging population, so health and social care service has become a crucial issue to be provided. Thus knowing about the health and social care services, principles of these services, rules and regulations related with them and their implementation is very important. Task 1.1 Principle of health & social Care to individual Support Individuals are cared for in health and social care
This assignment will describe how communication skills are used in health and social care sector. It will also explain some of the factors that can restrict or encourage communication and which verbal and non-verbal communications affect the communication cycle. Relevant Theories: Any health and social care department consists of different types of service users. As a care provider we need to implement several types of communication techniques through knowledge, experience and skills. As per the theorists who have made the valuable researches and recommendations in order to involve the effective communication.
Extra Credit Assignment HSA 535 Dr. Paul Emeka March 24, 2014 Abstract This paper will focus on the views of epidemiology, it will give informative information on the content about health care, it will discuss views on changed and it discuss the best way to apply the principle of epidemiology. Health care services can be made to be responsive to the prevailing population conditions, such as diseases and deaths from certain conditions, and increases in the minority and elderly subgroups. Your views on the role of epidemiology. Include informative content about health care in general and public health in particular in actively and vigilantly addressing health concerns in the United States and abroad.
[pic] QUICK REFERENCE TO CALDICOTT & THE DATA PROTECTION ACT 1998 PRINCIPLES [pic] What is Caldicott? The term Caldicott refers to a review commissioned by the Chief Medical Officer. A review committee, under the chairmanship of Dame Fiona Caldicott, investigated ways in which patient information is used in the NHS. The review committee also made a number of recommendations aimed at improving the way the NHS handles and protects patient information. These are summarised by: Six Information Management Principles The Six Caldicott Principles 1.
1.2 Explain the main points of health and safety policies and procedures agreed with the employer. In order for care services to be delivered the way the government intends, the department of health has to devise written statements about what should happen. These statements are written as policy documents, guidelines or pieces of legislation, Depending on whether the law need to change to accommodate the new ideas. An example of a policy statement from the government outlining their plans for the future is the NHS plan. This document provides a comprehensive framework for the development of smaller policies.