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Promoting Interprofessionalism - Identifying 3 key competencies. Part A View the video: It’s Just a Fracture! – Acute episodes with underlying chronic conditions and social considerations. When we...

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Promoting Interprofessionalism - Identifying 3 key competencies. Part A View the video: It’s Just a Fracture! – Acute episodes with underlying chronic conditions and social considerations. When we think of competencies we normally consider the knowledge, skills and attributes required for a clinical procedure e.g. cannulation, rather than emphasising the human factors which contribute to patient-centred care across the team. Drawing on the video, consider what it is that makes a difference in the interaction between/across the staff which influences the care provided? Identify 3 key competencies which you believe captures the 3 key non-clinical competencies across the professions (doctor, nurse and occupational therapist). For each competency justify why you believe it is of significance and whether it is unique to a specific profession. Part B. Do you consider the way in which we currently educate our health professionals emphasises these human factors in the delivery of inter-professional care? If yes how? If not, how could we improve?
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Tanaya answered on Jul 03 2021
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Table of Contents
Part A    3
Part B    4
References    7
Part A
Human factor skills are an essential aspect for clinical professionals. The human factors include awareness, leadership, communication, care, decision-making, teamwork and compassion. Any kind of patient care involves a team activity (Savoy, Patel, Flanagan, Weiner & Russ, 2017). Under a hospital setting, the care of patient depends on both the clinical and non-clinical behaviour of the professionals.
Each of the team members closely works together so that the common goal for improving the health of the patient is concentrated. In the first scene of the video, it is evident that the registrar has been working from the previous day, however, his colleague while handling over a case, while discussing a case with the registrar was not professional and compassionate, or understanding while he was speaking to his family on the phone (ECU, 2020).
In the video while, the registrar discusses Mary, the other nurse highlights another important aspect of non-clinical behaviour in between the clinical professionals. It allows professionals to learn from each other. Each of them introduces the shared concepts, perspectives and skill leading to the interprofessional practice (Ho
s et al., 2019). Each of the clinicians in the video discussed the situation of the patient and the condition of her family so that they can provide patient-centred care to Mary.
The video highlights that the clinicians understood the importance of their duties, codes of conducts and their powers. When the registrar comes to know that Mary’s son is agitated due to lack of sleep, Mary has to take care of her husband, and household alone, based on his knowledge, he has suggested the nurse refer an occupational therapist. The discussion between the clinicians emphasizes mutual trusts as well as respects.
Further, it also helps in acknowledging the differences, including dispelling of rivalry and prejudice. In case there are any misconceptions, this kind of team discussions overcomes confusion. For instance, in the video, when the nurse asked the registrar whether he had checked with Mary’s family background, he insisted that he was unaware that Mary had no one to help her with taking care of her...

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