Explain the nature of different professional relationships in health and social care Explain the nature of different professional relationships in health and social care 8 August Health care Explain the nature of different professional relationships in health and social care.
Yvonne Smith Principles of communication in adult social care settings Outcome 1 understand why communication in adult social care settings 1. To give and receive information and instructions, to understand and be understood and to share opinions, knowledge, feelings, emotions, to give encouragement and show others they are valued.
It is a basic requirement of my job role to communicate with individuals and their families, other members of staff on a daily basis. Communicating with other staff members ensures effective team working and continuity of care. It also ensures any health and safety issues are recognized and reported.
All careers attend hand over at the beginning of each shift and also complete communication books after attending an individual, thereby keeping other staff informed and aware of current situations within the workplace. As a career I would discuss the options and choices available to the individual to allow them an informed choice regard their care.
Effective communication affects aspects of work in adult social care settings as it builds up team work and creates an easier environment to work in.
If there is inadequate communication then that can cause problems. Outcomes 2 understand how to meet the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of an individual. People communicate to show fear, pain, love, joy, anger. People need and want to get views, points, wishes and information across to others for all sorts of reasons.
It is important to find out as otherwise the individual will not receive the information or care that they need. You have to know how well you are being understood - so that you know they understand what is going on, what their treatment is, etc.
Failure to do this would mean the individual was excluded from their care plan, became confused, angry and feeling rejected.
The best way to find out about what client needs and what they want is to ask. The person concern is always my first and best source of information about their needs and the best way to meet them.
Being able to see the person I am communicating with face to face can help you gauge their response by reading their body language and actively participating in dialogue. Written communication is the most appropriate when detailed instructions are required, when something needs to be documented, or when the person is too far away to easily speak with over the phone or in person.
My gestures, eye contact and movement, and the way I stand and sit all convey a message to the person you are communicating with. Use gestures appropriately, or leave your hands at your sides.
Don't fidget, which is distracting, and avoid crossing your arms, which sends off the appearance of being angry or closed off. Outcome 3 understand how to reduce barriers to communication 3. Sensory deprivation is when someone cannot receive or pass on information because they have impairment to one or more of their senses.
Foreign language when someone speaks a different language or uses sign language, they may not be able to make any sense of information they are being given by someone trying to help them if that person does not speak their language.
Jargon when a service provider uses technical language the service user may not understand. For example, the doctor may say that a patient needs bloods and an MRI scan.
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These are often a significant element of culture, where they form a part of the shared rule set of a group. Explain the nature of different professional relationships in health and social care.
Within health and social care there are many types of professionals who work to increase service users health and well – being. The different types of professionals working with a service user may vary depending on the illness.
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