1.Understand the principles of inter-professional working within health and social care or children and young people’s setting.
1.1 Analyse how inter-professional working promotes positive outcomes for individuals. Inter professional working is formed from different health and social care professionals working together towards a common goal to meet the needs of a service user. It is about developing relationships within and between organisations and services involved in planning and delivering care and support to the service users we support. By working collaboratively it brings together different types of professionals to share their particular knowledge, experience, skills, occupational values and perspectives to improve service outcomes and the experience of the individuals we support. By using the combined expertise and resources of professionals we gain a better understanding of the service user and this enables us to build a better picture centred on the service user and their needs to ensure appropriate and effective levels of care and support. Working in partnership creates a clear understanding of the different roles each person has. Clear responsibilities and lines of communication lead to successful partnership working, by sharing records like written, email, fax, face to face and working effectively together with people and professionals, agencies and organisations aim to enhance the wellbeing of service users and support positive and improved outcomes. Good partnership working between individuals and health and social care providers can also encourage compliance with care and support from the service user.
There are however complexities to inter-professional working. We have to ensure we are working in line with our own policies, procedures and aims and objectives of our service, and also ensure we are working within the law, for example Data Protection Act, Human Rights Act, Mental Health Act, Disability discrimination Act, Equality &...
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