Personal Development in Health

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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IN HEALTH

HSC CU 1531 ENGAGE IN PERSONAL DEVELOPMANT IN HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN'S AND YOUNG PEOPLE SETTINGS.

DESCRIBE THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF OWN WORK ROLE
to work a an integral member of the team
to crate safe environment to the service users
to meet individuals needs, appropriate to their health and mental condition to be involved with the planing of activities
to attend and take part in staff and other relevant nettings to keep a daily records keeping, updating care plans.
To communicate with next of kin
to observe and report any abusive behaviour
to fallow procedures and polices of organisation

EXPALIN EXPECTATIONS ABOUT OWN WORK ROLE AS EXPRESSED IN RELEVENT STANDARDS.

to fallow the procedures and polices of the organisation to maintain safe manual and handling practice to safeguard service users,
to treat them with dignity
respect them choices
to promote independence
to keep safe and clean environment
to give time

EXPLAIN THE IMPORTANCE OF REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN CONTINOUSLY IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF SERVICE PROVIDE

Is important to examine the work that you have done and identifier areas where you know need to carry out additional development. To be able to reflect the best possible service tor those you care for. To challenge yourself, to challenge your colleagues at work if they not fallow the polices and procedures. To attends to trainings.

DESCRIBE HOW OWN VALUES , BELIF SYSTEMS AND EXPERIENCES MAY EFFECT WORKING PRACTICE

Every values and beliefs are different , they may included life style, psychical, social and emotional stages of development , cultural background, religious beliefs and values . You may believe You like to treat people like you would like to be treat, however there are differences in approach or attitude, they may not like this...
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