Personal and Professional Development in Health and Social Care (HSC) : Report

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Personal and ProfessionalDevelopment in Health andSocial Care
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Comparing personal values and principle with those of support for working in health andsocial care...............................................................................................................................11.2 Influence of personal culture and experience in health and care sector...........................21.3 Affect of development and changes to personal values in health and care......................2TASK 2............................................................................................................................................32.1 Assessment of current skills, abilities and learning style.................................................32.2 Holistic development plan with short-term and long-term goals.....................................42.3 Monitoring progress as per the plan.................................................................................52.4 Evaluation of the development plan.................................................................................5TASK 3............................................................................................................................................63.1 Nature of different types of professional relationships in health and social care context63.2 Effectiveness in promoting and supporting individual rights...........................................73.3 Ways for resolving issues.................................................................................................7TASK 4............................................................................................................................................84.1 Personal contributions......................................................................................................84.2 Impact of self limits in work role.....................................................................................94.3 Own contribution in reducing barriers.............................................................................94.4 Recommendations for improving contributions............................................................10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................12
INTRODUCTIONIn health and social care direct interactions with clients and patients are needs. Therefore,the first impressions made by an individual on the client by their behaviour, have a huge impactover success of their work as-well-as organization (Tolson and et.al., 2011). Personal values andprinciples are key elements of personal; development which an individual acquires at a youngage and carry it further to old age. Variety of attitudes and beliefs are viewed under personalvalues which indicate the true behaviour of individual. All these values help to build upprofessionalism or career in other words. Furthermore, the identity of an individual in futurecareer is greatly determined by experiences. The report lays emphasis upon various personal andprofessional relationships within the health and care sector. Also, light has been thrown on theunderstandings of individual of how to give contribution in work, as a team in health and socialcare sector.TASK 11.1 Comparing personal values and principle with those of support for working in health andsocial careIn the field of health and social care as an individual my performance at work will beinfluenced to a great extent by personal ethics and principles possessed within me. A health andsocial care occupation involves interactions and communication with various sorts of persons.This makes it a necessity for employees to become ethical and responsive. Such values are aresult of an individual's beliefs and preferences, culture, perspective of politics, priorities &interests. So my interaction with patients, clients will be affected through these values in healthand social care sector.While working at Barn Croft Primary school, I had to deal with differenttypes and also groups of children and to make them understand my communication skills werean asset. Because of my effective skills of communication via organization of various classroomactivities I was successful in improving their reading, writing and numeracy skills. So whileworking asan individual in health and social care organizationI haveto interact with peoplefrom diverse settings.So the primary school experience would be beneficial for me.Thesediversified people could be sometimes aggressive also which might trigger the behaviour ofindividual. But the role of personal values possessed by an individual comes into action in thiscase (Bennett, 2010). Despite aggressive behaviour from the clients or patient's side as anindividual I should stay calm and handle them accordingly. Uneven and inadequate care are1
delivered because one fails to understand the significance of principles of health and careprinciples with respect. Henceforth, my responsiveness will play a key role in developing minesocial expertise along with personality. Individuals working in this sector need to develop theirpersonal values because these are a key indicator of his/her behaviour towards the patients andclients at work. This will as a whole help a health and care social care organization to achievesuccess by satisfying their clients and patients.1.2 Influence of personal culture and experience in health and care sectorCulture of an individual arrives from his/her family. My ethics are an outcome of familyculture of mine. Bonding with family affects his/her cultural aspects. Also, the education of anindividual helps him/her to clear the queries of clients and patients because it plays an importantrole in gaining experience.I have a range of experiences in relation with health and social caresince I have dealt with diversified children andyoung adults while working at Area 51Education, Gainsborough & Barn Croft Primary School.Education helps him/her to getemployment in health and social care sector. Also, experiences from events that occur in anindividual's life also impact his/her behaviour in organization. During growth of an organizationbuilding of individual viewpoints can be done which lead to development of values andprinciples. Modification and alteration can be done to principles according to requirements. Andas a result new values come up each time. I should give equal importance to the beliefs of otherindividuals (Tosone, Nuttman and Stephens, 2012). No one should be forcefully imposed withvalues of others. At work I have to deal with diversified people from different cultures. Thisshould not be a problem for me. I should treat every patient though of different culture, withcare. This creates a good impression in their minds and they become grateful for the servicesgiven to them. Every individual such as nurses, should understand the importance of holdingwork ethics in social care giving. All the staff should carry forward their work with the samespirit. The outcome of such a spirit is that individuals are able to deliver maximum care topatients and enhance their achievements.1.3 Affect of development and changes to personal values in health and careIndividual's life has to undergo through various changes. Similar changes occur in case ofpersonal values (Englander and et.al., 2013). These include differences in opinions, values andattitudes and have a direct impact over quality care of patient in both negative and positive way.Tricky part comes into play when we have to keep the conflicts aside and work in satisfactory2
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