335883 Topic: l02 AND l03 use the practice themes as a framework for reflection Number of Pages: 9 (Double Spaced) Number of sources: 3 Writing Style: APA Type of document: PowerPoint Presentation Aca
335883 Topic: l02 AND l03 use the practice themes as a framework for reflection Number of Pages: 9 (Double Spaced) Number of sources: 3 Writing Style: APA Type of document: PowerPoint Presentation Academic Level:Undergraduate Category: Healthcare Language Style: English (U.K.) Order Instructions: ATTACHED USE THE PRACTICE THEMES AS A FRAMEWORK FOR REFLECTION see below INDIVIDUAL REFLECTION POWERPOINT PRESENTATION USING 10 SLIDES, 500 WORDS OR MORE AND A 2,000 WORD ESSAY WHICH HIGHLIGHTS THE THEMES AND IS A INDIVIDUAL REFLECTION IN THE WORK PLACE COVERING AREAS NEEDED 10 SLIDES 500 WORDS USING PRACTICE THEMES BELOW EXPAINING HOW THE PRACTICE THEMES CAN BE USED TO UNDERPIN REFLECTION IN LEARNING AND PRACTICE ILLUSTRATE IN DETAIL THE LINKS BETWEEN THE PRACTICE THEMES AND OTHER PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 2,000 WORD ESSAY DEMONSTRATE ACTIVE , ONGOING CRITICAL REFLECTION OF LEARNING EXPERIENCES.
EXPLAIN METHODS USED TO GAIN EXPERIENCE OF EFFECTIVE REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN OWN AREA OF WORK PRACTICE PRODUCE A PORTFOLIO OF EVIDENCE OF REFLECTION USING THE PRACTICE THEMES AS A FRAMEWORK DPPV PRACTICE THEMES 1. Law, Regulation and Ethical Practice demonstrated through:
Evidence of understanding and experience of working in line with regulated ways of working and duties in supporting and caring for individuals and others, e.g. responsibilities and duty of role, case management, supervision and teaching, personal development, team working, assessment of individua s needs, communication strategies, personal centred care and wellbeing, physiological care, risk management, equality and diversity and quality care procedures Evidence of taking personal responsibility, working independently within defined parameters of practice.
Using initiative in a variety of situations and performing a range of skills consistent with own roles, responsibilities and professional values 2. Professional values, attitudes and behaviour in health and social care practice evidenced through:
Exploring own values, attitudes and behaviours and how they impact on the work done with others.
The values, attitudes and behaviours of others and how to promote positive working and caring relationships.
Exploring own communication style and how to use and adapt communications to different audiences reflecting individual needs of others.
Communicating purposefully and appropriately using verbal, written, electronic, and non-verbal.
Exercising own skills attitudes and behaviours to support personal development of self and others.
Commitment to adopting a person-centred approach, working with colleagues and individuals to promote quality care and services that ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of individuals.
Demonstrating courage to challenges faced in different contexts and be adaptable to change.
3. Health, Safety & Safeguarding through the Lifespan evidenced through:
Carrying out roles and responsibilities in ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of colleagues, service users and others visiting the premises.
Own roles and responsibilities following and adhering to principles of safeguarding and protection, e.g. whistleblowing, recording and reporting, knowing when to escalate concerns and seek support.
4. Valuing and promoting diversity, difference and inclusion evidenced through: Own fair and equitable treatment of and response to individual service users & others, inside and outside own work setting, regardless of their personal defining characteristics.
Making adjustments to own working practices, behaviour and approach to meet the needs of individual service users and their loved ones Making adjustments to own working practices, behaviour and approach to meet the needs of the organisation, colleagues and other professionals Actively valuing and promoting the individuality, diversity and inclusion of others to include: age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sex, religion, culture and other protected characteristics.
5. Promoting physical, mental health & wellbeing in HSC practice Demonstration of knowledge and skills in supporting individual needs of service users Knowledge of different needs, possible outcomes where quality support & care is not provided Developing and sharing strategies for disseminating awareness to others of needs of individual service users using evidence-based practice 6. Applied mathematics Use of IT technologies, e.g. healthcare-specific technology Technologies used in GP practices, Administering medications Taking, recording and interpreting accurate physiological measurements from patients or service users.
Identifying statistical trends and use of statistics in research, office work and other daily activities I WORK IN A RESIDENTIAL HOME SERVICE USERS WHICH HAVE LEARNING DIFFICULTIES.
MY CHARACTER CAN BE SHY BUT CARING. VERY MOTHERLY AND CONCERNING. IAM A SINGLE MOTHER OF 3 CHILDREN AND WORK 2 OR 3 DAYS A WEEK. THE AGE RANGES I WORK WITH ARE BETWEEN 10 AND 60 YEARS OLD. I WORK WITHIN 3 SERPERATE HOUSES SITUATED ON THE SAME STREET. I ADMINISTER MEDICATION (SUPERVISED). I COOK ALL MEALS AND CLEAN THE RESIDENTIAL HOME. TAKE SERVICE USERS OUT ON OUTINGS. SUPERVISE THEM, GIVE THEM PERSONAL CARE AND PUT THEM TO BED AT NIGHT. all service users have challenging behaviour, some have diabetes, down syndrome, autism aswell as mental health issues. no breaks are given at work. work is tiring. we work 8 or 15 hour shifts no breaks. I AM PROFFESSIONAL AT WORK. WE HAVE PAPERWORK TO FILL IN ASWELL AS COMPUTER BASED WORK. WE DO COURSES TO LEARN NEW SKILLS. WE MEET WITH SOCIAL WORKERS TO DISCUSS CARE PLANS AND INDIVIDUAL NEEDS OF THE SERVICE USER. WE TAKE THEM TO THE GP AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS