P1 Explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in health and social care context
Effective communication is a conversation where no one gets confused by the other persons meaning. The first thing you need to do to ensure effective communication is to use key words. The second thing is to ask clarifying question that try to find out the other persons true meaning. An effective communication can also mean a conversation in which two people both enjoy the conversation and learn something. Effective communication in the health and social care sitting is very important as it allows the health care workers, perform their rules effectively allowing them to work alongside their colleagues whilst developing supportive friends with the users of the service who come from different types of background ect.... People with communication disability are at risk of not being able to communicate effectively with their health care professionals and this could have an impact on their health.¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬
Contexts of communication in health and use and social care
In health and social care professionals have to develop effective communication skills in order to work with the diverse range of people who work in the social care. The two contents, or types of circumstances, in which communication and interaction occur are one to one group contexts
One to one communication occurs when one person speak with or writes to another individual. This happens when someone who is living in a care home might want to meet and talk to a care professional because they might have health worries or personal concerns. For example one to one communication also occurs when care professionals meet with and talk to each other or with the partners, relatives or friends of people receiving care.
Communication in one to one situation is most effective when both parties are relaxed and are able to take turns at talking and listening.
Effective communicators are good at :