Demonstrating Professional Principles & Values in Health and Social Care Practice

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Demonstrating ProfessionalPrinciples and Values inHealth and Social CarePractice
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................3Definition of reflection................................................................................................................3The purposes of reflection in health and social care...................................................................3Benefits of reflection in health and social care...........................................................................4Importance to adopt and apply reflective practice in health and social care...............................4The impact of reflective practice on own personal and professional development....................4Negative consequences of poor practice for personal and professional development................5Impact of reflective practice on the service users and issues connected with ineffectivepractice........................................................................................................................................5Tools and models for reflection..................................................................................................6a) Gibbs - Reflective Cycle (1988).............................................................................................6b) Rolfe's Model of reflection.....................................................................................................8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................10
INTRODUCTIONHealth and social care services is one of the vital concept, which is necessary to keep lifeof any person into the safest manner. This is an ongoing department, in which social belied, longterm values are exists and maintaining its decorum for future purpose is necessary regulation. Inaddition to this, reflection is necessary or requires to led viewpoint on how health or social caresector is working as well as doing evaluation of it (Grembowski, 2015). This assessment is basedon case study and puts out the discussion of reflective tool such as Gibbs reflective, Kolbreflective model etc., with which correct understanding of the health or social care would begather into consideration. In addition to this, report will puts on its focus on meaning ofreflective, purpose of reflection in health or social care. Also, report will also cover discussionabout impact's of the reflection on own personal or professional development practices.MAIN BODYDefinition of reflectionReflection is a ongoing process which is vital to generate own idea, through or viewpointon basis of self work done and activity either in past or present. Also, reflection is valuable to getto know about self thought process and likelihood to persist the self-evaluation on time to timebasis. With help of reflection, person is about to get what he/she has done in past related to ownexperiences/ expertise (Renedo and et. al., 2015). Use of the reflection is necessary in everysector, whether its profession such as health or social, education or any community work. In caseof health & social care practice, role of reflection is important to know what has been done inpast, when talks in present scenario or case study. In this case study, reflection will be the needto know, what as a health visitor would be experience in case of treating or caring obesechildren.The purposes of reflection in health and social careReflection as part of the health or social care is vital for challenging or improving longterm practices. It helps to provide healthcare worker's to deal with kind of sensitive issues theyare expected to be experiences. Due to the reflection, health & social care worker is expected toget knowledge about their weakness or strength while doing practices in case of treating or carepeople. The major purpose of reflection is to makes aware health or social worker, while they are
experiencing any formal work as well as treating any person or child. Moreover, this is a matterof sensitive issues, in which right or correct adaptation of knowledge or tool is required. In healthand social care, reflecting on based tasks gives evaluator an opportunity to lookout at each stageof a care-giving process and decides if an appropriate action is taken or not. There are tools ormodel's with use of which reflection can be evaluates in context of first person. Another purposeof the reflection in health care is to know how long health based activity would be carries out.With use of reflection, caregiver or practitioner is expected to raises its queries in response ofhealth or social care services to child or elder person (American Speech-Language-HearingAssociation, 2016). Benefits of the reflection is to maintain self belief or keeping trust in case ofproviding health and social care services.Benefits of reflection in health and social careReflective practices is necessary is health and social care sector as this job carries highlevel of an emotional cost and difficulties and uncertainties that practitioner's encounter in theirdaily basis (Sallnow and Paul, 2015). In context of health or social care, reflection is gettingknowledge/experience of a practice done for treating and caring people from any physicalproblem or issues. This is one of the formal practices, in which focus is on identifying any kindof critical situation and checks out an experiences in context of health and social care at a biggerinstances. Reflective practice is being termed as the process of learning through and from anexperiences towards gaining new insight of self/practices. Reflective practice is widely used inhealth or social care services and also its nature & evolution is well defined or documented.Main benefits of health and social care is providing care or treatment to baby and elder, so thatthey would get harmony in life or living.Importance to adopt and apply reflective practice in health and social careReflective practices is defined as “capacity to reflect upon any action or experience, so asto engage into the process of continuous learning. This is helps to give reflective introduction tothe reflective practices and also how its important or necessary to be in health or social care.Herein, while doing reflective practices, supervision is essential, one would do reflection on itsown work or delivering services. Reflective practices is vital for healthcare practitioner to judgeown skill, ability to work for welfare of patient and care people.
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