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care professions can work and is a model framework or learning structure that represent the purposes of a profession and is very crucial to health related professions. Inter-professional education(IPE) module had a learning understanding that is universal to all health care professionals, that enables different professional groups to learn together for a particular reason with general contented of learning and achieving a goal (CAIPE, 2002). The module, however focuses on learning from each other...

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Professional Responsibility

DQ2: Professional Responsibility As a computer professional, the responsibilities we have to the society has gotten to a level that it affects every aspect of human life and this has made it to be something that should be taking very seriously. Computing technology has evolved across all works of life medical, manufacturing, agriculture, education amongst others. And it has affected almost every human being on the face of the earth one way or the other and has also reshaped the way of life of humans...

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Professional Accountability

Professional Accountability, Standards of Practice, Professional Development. Introduction Standards of practice and professional accountability are inextricably woven together. Standards describe the "what and how" of delivering nursing care. Professional accountability is creating the standards, meeting those standards, holding peers to the standards, and revising the standards when needed. As your e-text describes "Standards of practice are the "what" and describe a competent level of...

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Multi Professional

Multi- Professional and Multi- agency working “Multi-agency working brings together practitioners from different sectors and professions to provide an integrated way of working to support children, young people and families.” (DfES, 2001) In this essay my aim is to demonstrate an understanding of the collaborative skills required for effective multi professional practice. I will include feedback following a group presentation that I took part in and give my personal reflections of the process...

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Professional Behavior: Medical Field

 Professional Behavior in Medical Field As a healthcare professional, a main goal in patient care is to inspire confidence in the patient in a professional manner. Since conveying professionalism in any workplace encompasses the way people communicate, one of the first ways healthcare professionals can inspire confidence in patients is by the way they look. Healthcare professionals can appear professional by removing any body jewelry located on body parts other than the ears and by covering...

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Management and Hr Professional Working

Gina Miller 4DEP 11 October 2012 Activity 1 CIPD Human Resources Profession Map The map was designed to assist HR Professionals in there career progression by describing the highest standards of professional competence that can be achieved. The Map is broken down in to three elements: Professional Areas Made up of 10 segments, these describe the areas within the HR discipline and what is required. The two core areas of the map.  Strategies, Insights and Solutions This...

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Communication Skills for Health Professionals

Introduction Communication skills are important for health professionals because they deal with different situations and people every day. Furthermore, an example to use the appropriate communication is when the professional has to give bad news of an unfavourable diagnostics. For instance, the dentist to give the diagnostics of oral cancer for their patient, this situation is necessary to have correct communication to do the treatment and to give the correct support for their patient such as empathy...

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Human Service Professional

A Human Service Professional is.. NaToshia Hall 5/2/2012 A human service professional, plays a major role in society, working side-by-side with various professionals, and assumes a wide range of roles to assist individuals, groups, organizations and communities. Although human service professionals do not necessarily do in depth and psychotherapy, they are well-equipped to facilitate client change and growth typically by working directly or indirectly with clients around concrete tasks, objectives...

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Assessment Of Professional Competence P

Assessment of Professional Competence By: Catherine Snowden Facilitator: Dr. James Siebold, PhD LMFT BSHS-335 Ethic and Values for Human Service Professionals In the helping profession, it is essential to prove and uphold one's competency in a number of ways. Professional must be able to maintain accurate and complete client records. It is the responsibility of the professional to stay current in their area of expertise and receiving continuing education. These professionals must understand...

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is nursing a professional practice

Professional Nursing Practice: Craven and Hirnle, (2009) suggest that in general professions have a knowledge base and a collection of skills and values that distinguish one from another. Knowledge base, power and authority over training and education, registration, altruistic service, a code of ethics, lengthy socialisation and autonomy are the seven qualities that have been recognized as being the characteristics of a profession (McEwen & Wills, 2007).The question of whether nursing is a profession...

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