Introduction - What is Reflection?
Task 1- Presentation (Lo1)
Create a PowerPoint and Key/ speaker notes Role of reflection in health and social care practice (L01)
1. Introduction – what is reflection?
2. Explain the purpose of reflection in health and social care practice (2-3 slides) p1- to look back, assess our strengths and weakness, improve our work, grow and develop, continuous development, learning other people perspectives, learn more on team work and constructive thinking ( examples of health care working) As a health care worker.
3. P2 (describe the tools/ methods of reflection) Give in detail at least 2 models of reflection choose from 1. Gibbs, 2 Kolb's, 3, Shon 4. Dewey – Image of the theory, what does the theory say? And how have you used this theory in a critical incident – 4 slides.
4. M1 Review ways in which you have applied reflective practice when working in care- confidentiality, values, and principles- privacy, person centred care, respect, dignity, empowerment (Practice Themes 6) - application.
5. Theme 1. Law, Regulation and Ethical Practice
6. Theme 2. Professional values, attitudes and behaviour in health and social care practice evidenced through.
7. Theme 3. Health, Safety and Safeguarding through the Lifespan and how skills and knowledge are demonstrated through.
8. Theme 4. Valuing and promoting diversity, difference, and inclusion evidence through.
9. Theme 5. Promoting physical and mental health and wellbeing in health and social care practice evidenced through.
10. Theme 6. Applied mathematics demonstrated through.
11. D1 (evaluation on your reflection on your progress)- development- cpd (continous professional development), training, self-aware- what skills have you developed in your reflection. How has your reflection supported your practice in supporting service users / client/ student?
Task 2 (Essay/PLAD)
LO2 Use the Practice Themes as a framework for reflection Gathering evidence of how the Practice Themes are applied to all areas of practice across the qualification, and in own performance in the workplace.
Theme 1. Law, Regulation and Ethical Practice: p3 (explain what the practice theme is and how you follow it as a health care worker) what and How?
What is legislation/ Law? What are regulations? What are ethics? (give examples of at least 2 of each)- what it is and how do you use it?
Legislation- HASAWA 1974, Health and Safety at Act, Care Act 2014, Mental Capacity Act 2005, Human Right Act 1998, Equality Act 2010, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) 2018(go into more detail and give practical examples in your practice)
Policies/ ethics- choice, confidentiality, respect, autonomy, equality and inclusion, anti-discrimination, safeguarding, fire safety, risk assessment, PPE, infection control, coshh, Sova, safeguarding of vulnerable groups, children's, and families Act .
Theme 2 Professional values, attitudes and behaviour in health and social care practice evidenced through Explain what are values, attitudes and behaviour are appropriate in care.
6c’s- communication, courage, compassion, competence, commitment, care (give examples, how you use this in care)
Person centred care/ values- respect, dignity, privacy, independence, individuality (give examples and how we are all different and how we must support our clients, choice, partnership, and rights (Human Rights Act 1998)
Professional – right attitude and behaviour at work.
Theme 3 Health, Safety and Safeguarding through the lifespan and skills and knowledge through definition key word- health, safeguarding, safety in all ages- why is it important to follow safety protocols and regulations. what to do during safeguarding concerns? Legislation? Whistleblowing? Reporting and recording safeguarding issues Employee and employer responsibilities (HASAWA 1974) / risk assessment Safety/ safeguarding (how you follow and what are your responsibilities?