Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

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UNIT HANDBOOK

2021/22

Assignment Brief (RQF)

Higher National Certificate in Healthcare Practice( Integrated Health and Social Care)

Student Name/ID Number:

 

Unit Number and Title:

Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

Academic Year:

2021/22

Unit Assessor:

 

Assignment Title:

Becoming a professional and reflective practitioner

Issue Date:

 

Submission Date:

Task 1:Report

Task 2: PLAD

Internal Verifier Name:

 

Date:

 

 

Submission Format:

Submission is in two parts. 

• A written report about reflective practice and how it support development of career and personal progression (Deadline 20th  December 2021 via turnitin)

• Submission of a portfolio of practical learning, assessment and development(PLAD) The PLAD will consist of forms and records listed in the assignment brief and guidance section below. (Deadline  13th May 2022)

Unit Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this unit students will be able to:

1. Explain the role of reflection in health and social care practice

2. Use the Practice Themes as a framework for reflection

3. Demonstrate active, ongoing, critical reflection of learning experiences 

4. Assess the overall success of own reflective journey and consider future career pathway.

             

Assignment Brief and Guidance:            

Unit number and title

Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

Qualification

HNC in Healthcare Practice( Integrated Health and Social Care)

Start date

                27.09.2021                                   

Deadline/hand-in

Task 1: Reflective report  20.12.2021

Task 2: PLAD 13.5 2022

Assessor

Dr Elvis Amoakwa

Assignment title

Becoming a professional and reflective practitioner

Purpose of this assignment

 

This assignment addresses learning outcome 1, 2, 3 and 4

Checklist of contents for the PLAD portfolio 

Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

Learner CV (Student profile template)/DBS certificate

2 Form HCP1 Induction plan

3 Form HCP2 Induction policy and procedures checklist

4 Form HCP3 Placement learning agreement

5 Form HPC4 Tracking of practice evidence against the practice theme

6 Form HCP5 Placement supervisor report

7 Form HCP6 Course tutor/Assessor report

8 Form HCP7 Recording of total vocational hours

9 Form HCP8 Final sign-off sheet

10 Reflective log:

Form HCP9a Student reflective log: meeting the unit assessment criteria

Form HCP9b Student reflective log: reflection on placement

Form HCP 10 Tracking of achievement of practice evidence towards the HN HCP criteria

Form HCP11 PDP(Personal Development Plan)

12 Form HCP12 Progress review

 

Failure to submit and late submissions

In instances when no extension has been granted, or there is not sufficiently good cause for work being submitted late, or non-attendance at an examination, (such as when mitigating circumstances have been granted), then the following penalties will be applied:

  • Late coursework submitted within 5 working days of the submission deadline will be capped at a pass.  This applies to coursework only and applies to the first submission only (which includes a submission following a successful deferral of assessment claim).
  • Refusal to accept submitted work, after 5 working days of the submission deadline, and fail grade awarded (unless there is an approved mitigating circumstances claim for an extension)
  • Failure to submit or complete coursework by the published deadline (or within 5 working days of the submission date) or not meeting the terms of any extensions granted will result in a Fail grade being awarded. Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

Mitigating Circumstances

Students can make a claim for mitigating circumstances, which must be submitted with supporting evidence, if they feel that factors have affected the submission of assessments or attendance at examinations.  Students can request an extension or request to repeat an assessment attempt. Claims will be considered by the Academic Services Panel.  The UCEN Manchester Mitigating Circumstances Policy & Procedure provides further information and claims should be submitted to [email protected]

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria:

Learning Outcome

Pass

Merit

Distinction

LO1 Explain the role of reflection in health and social care practice

P1 Explain the purposes of reflection in health and social care practice

P2 Describe models and tools used for reflection in health and social care practice

M1 Review the ways that reflective practice is applied in health, care or support service environments

D1 Evaluate how own reflections can impact on own personal and professional development and the experience of individuals using health, care or support services 

LO2 .    Use the Practice Themes as a framework for reflection

P3 Explain how the Practice Themes can be used to underpin reflection in learning and practice

P4 Illustrate in detail the links between the Practice Themes and other performance indicators

M2 Produce a plan for reflecting on own learning and development using the Practice Themes and other quality assurance indicators 

D2 Assess the effectiveness of the plan in supporting the development of own reflective practice skills

LO3 .    Demonstrate active, ongoing, critical reflection of learning experiences 

P5 Explain methods used to gain evidence of effective reflective practice in own area of work practice

P6 Produce a portfolio of evidence using the Practice Themes as a framework

M3 Analyse own performance and learning using the framework of Practice Themes and other quality performance measures

LO3 and LO4

D3 Evaluate own holistic professional learning and development through practice

LO4 4.  Assess the overall success of own reflective journey and consider future career pathway

P7 Review evidence gathered in own portfolio in regard to its contribution to own personal and professional development

P8 Produce targets for the development of own professional career pathway

M4 Assess own personal learning and development in terms of its contribution to own journey towards a future career pathway

INSERT UNIT SPECIFICATION

Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

Unit code

A/616/1637

Unit type

Core

Unit level

4

Credit value

30

Introduction

Reflecting on our daily activities is an automatic process: it is part of human nature, and something conducted often unconsciously. Reflective practice involves self-observation and evaluation with the goal of refining practice on an ongoing basis. Reflecting on what we do is a fundamental skill that helps us to develop, improve personally and professionally. It is an active, dynamic process that also helps develop confidence in our ability to perform our daily working practice and to become proactive, professional leaders. The art of reflection is a tool that students will carry with them through and beyond their educational journeys and is a requisite for many roles in the sector. Developing the necessary skills early helps students to be prepared for their career progression pathways.

This unit is intended to run alongside other units in this qualification in order that students may gather evidence to compile a Professional Learning and Development Portfolio (PLAD) which captures evidence of learning and development against a framework of Practice Themes which forms the essential core running through the unit. The unit aims to develop the skills and knowledge necessary for students to reflect on their own and others’ daily practice and improve students’ own practice and professional development.

               

Students will firstly develop an understanding of the purpose and importance of continually reviewing their own practice and professional development through an exploration of the benefits and issues associated with reviewing practice. They will then develop their knowledge and skills of theoretical models and other techniques needed to support them in carrying out active, dynamic, action-based, real-time reflection. Students will record their evidence in the PLAD which will comprise learning from this and other units on an ongoing basis. Finally, students will evaluate their reflective journeys and the effectiveness of the PLAD in supporting their ongoing personal and professional development.

On successful completion of this unit, students will have gained the necessary knowledge and skills to complete a professional development portfolio that records evidence of a continuous cycle of reflection and improvement of knowledge and skills and be able to plan for their future career pathway. Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this unit students will be able to:

  1. Explain the role of reflection in health and social care practice
  2. Use the Practice Themes as a framework for reflection
  3. Demonstrate active, ongoing, critical reflection of learning experiences 
  4. Assess the overall success of own reflective journey and consider future career pathway.

Essential content

LO1 Explain the role of reflection in health and social care practice

The purpose of reflection in health and social care practice

For understanding the self, values, attitudes, approaches and behaviours against those required to carry out work role

To work with and collaborate effectively with others 

To influence and change own and other’s values, attitudes, approaches and behaviours, e.g. challenging hidden assumptions

For evaluating and revising own practice and influencing organisational change 

Can be used to keep current with knowledge and practice

Operates as a continuous cycle enabling the building and checking of changes that result in positive outcomes

Benefits of conducting reflective practice for personal and professional development

Professional development and progression in career pathways

Recognising own development and learning and building confidence in skills Keeping up to date with latest incentives, legislation, policy and best practice

Personal benefits outside professional learning and development, e.g. relationships, health and wellbeing

Contributing to developing a highly proficient and professional workforce

Enabling the provision of high-quality care and services for service users meeting individual needs, safeguarding individuals, promoting dignity, diversity and inclusion

Issues connected with ineffective reflective practice

Effects upon career progression

Unmotivated workforce leading to poor quality care and provision

Effects on multi-agency working and partnerships

Physical and psychological health safety and wellbeing of individuals 

           

Typical models used to reflect on knowledge and skills

Gibbs (1998) reflective cycle

Johns (2000) Model for Structured Reflection

Rolfe’s Framework for Reflective Practice

Kolb’s experiential learning framework

Schon’s reflection in action and reflection on action

Tools and techniques to gather evidence to reflect on practice 

The Practical Learning and Assessment Documentation portfolio (PLAD) as a means to gather evidence of reflective learning and development, e.g.: 

records of one-to-one and group appraisals, assessments and feedback from colleagues, professionals, assessors, family, friends and service users records of supervisor/assessor observations of practice diaries of practice work placement timesheets witness testimony

other evidence of practice/learning on placement

reflective accounts on learning using own or others’ models of reflection  narratives and case studies reflections 

induction records, certificates of training and CPD self-learning through internet, media and other sources collaborative action learning group reflection  evidence of practice or learning from other units development plans.

               

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:

Evidence of understanding and experience of working in line with regulated ways of working and duties in supporting and caring for individuals and others, e.g. responsibilities and duty of role, case management, supervision and teaching, personal development, team working, assessment of individual’s needs, communication strategies, personal centred care and wellbeing, physiological care, risk management, equality and diversity and quality care procedures

Evidence of taking personal responsibility, working independently within defined parameters of practice

Using initiative in a variety of situations and performing a range of skills consistent with own roles, responsibilities and professional values

Theme 2. Professional values, attitudes and behaviour in health and social care practice evidenced through:

Exploring own values, attitudes and behaviours and how they impact on the work done with others 

The values, attitudes and behaviours of others and how to promote positive working and caring relationships

Exploring own communication style and how to use and adapt communications to different audiences reflecting individual needs of others

Communicating purposefully and appropriately using different forms, verbal, written, electronic, non-verbal

Exercising own skills attitudes and behaviours to support personal development of self and others

Commitment to adopting a person-centred approach, working with colleagues and individuals to promote quality care and services that ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of individuals

Demonstrating courage to challenges faced in different contexts and be adaptable to change

Theme 3. Health, Safety and Safeguarding through the Lifespan and how skills and knowledge are demonstrated through:

Carrying out roles and responsibilities in ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of colleagues, service users and others visiting the premises

Own roles and responsibilities following and adhering to principles of safeguarding and protection, e.g. whistleblowing, recording and reporting, knowing when to escalate concerns and seek support Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

Theme 4. Valuing and promoting diversity, difference and inclusion evidence through:

Own fair and equitable treatment of and response to individual service users and others, inside and outside own work setting, regardless of their personal defining characteristics

Making adjustments to own working practices, behaviour and approach to meet the needs of individual service users and their loved ones 

Making adjustments to own working practices, behaviour and approach to meet the needs of the organisation, colleagues and other professionals

Actively valuing and promoting the individuality, diversity and inclusion of others to include: age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sex, religion, culture and other protected characteristics 

Theme 5. Promoting physical and mental health and emotional wellbeing in health and social care practice evidenced through:

Demonstration of knowledge and skills in supporting individual needs of service users 

Knowledge of different needs and possible outcomes where quality support and care is not provided

Developing and sharing strategies for disseminating awareness to others of needs of individual service users using evidence-based practice

Theme 6. Applied mathematics demonstrated through:

Use of IT technologies, e.g. healthcare-specific technology

Technologies used in GP practices

Administering medications

Taking, recording and interpreting accurate physiological measurements from patients or service users 

Identifying statistical trends and use of statistics in research

Office work and other day-to-day activities

Linking use of the Practice Themes to quality performance indicators in health and social care practice:

Across different areas of health and social care practice 

To other units completed as part of this qualification

To core values of care: care, compassion, competence, communication, courage, commitment

To appropriate professional or governing standards as applicable to own role,

e.g. higher apprenticeship standards, standards issued by relevant governmental agencies

To related skills and knowledge frameworks applicable to own area of practice

LO3 Demonstrate active, ongoing, critical reflection of learning experiences 

Methods and skills for gathering evidence for reflection through own performance in daily activities:

How and where to seek information about current best practice, legislation, policy and other information to be able to carry out work role effectively

How to source information about own and other areas of health and social care practice and develop to promote an integrated working model

Sourcing feedback on own personal presentation, organisational skills and performance from others inside and outside work practice

Records of daily practice

Seeking a critique of skills, knowledge and practical competence through peer reviews, appraisals, observations, mentoring and critical friend models

Shadowing and observing colleagues to identify best practice, presentation and behaviours

Applying problem-solving, analytical thinking and decision-making skills to issues 

Being objective, open-minded and self-critical of own abilities and needs

Gaining knowledge and skills through communicating with others, attending meetings, office work, own research

Building ethical relationships and working co-operatively with colleagues, service users and their families and other professionals to be able to reflect on performance and skills

Use of effective communication skills to meet and respond to the individual needs of others

               

Applying principles of duty of care, ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of individuals is maintained

Developing numeracy skills in health and social care practice through observations of others in own practice and personal research

Critical self-reflection to assess own performance and knowledge across Practice Themes and links to other quality performance measures

Working with others to create team working environments and leading others demonstrating a range of competences including attitudes, behaviours commensurate with role

Develop and record reflections of working practice:

Producing a Professional Learning and Development Portfolio (PLAD) using the Practice Themes across all areas of working practice

Gathering evidence across range of topics covering the Practice Themes

Respecting confidentiality, privacy and setting’s data protection policies

Ethical considerations, e.g. communicating and working collaboratively with service users, colleagues, families and other professionals 

How own daily practice meets individual needs of service users, e.g. individual care needs, communication and behaviours

Evidence of own personal evidence-based and practical learning demonstrating self-management, problem-solving, critical thinking, decision-making, creative thinking and finding solutions 

Own research and learning Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

Reflection of own knowledge, skills and practical competence to include experiences, values and own education 

Reflections on areas of development and learning from other units forming part of this qualification

LO4 Assess the overall success of own reflective journey and consider future career pathway

Own personal and professional learning and development across the Practice Themes and other quality performance measures 

Effectiveness in promoting an integrated working model 

Effectiveness of the use of the Practice Themes framework and effectiveness of capturing all learning and development in health and social care practice

Use of tools and techniques used and developed for reflection and their usefulness in supporting own reflective journey

The theoretical models used to define and support reflective practice and effectiveness in supporting own reflective journey 

Developing a holistic reflection on unit outcomes and how they have supported understanding and development of self personally and professionally

Evaluating own holistic reflective practice development and identifying future career path:

Identifying and celebrating areas of success 

Identifying areas and reasons for development  Identifying short-, medium- and long-term targets using Specific, Measurable, Agreed, Realistic, Time-bound, Ethical, Recorded (SMARTER) framework for own personal and professional development. Identifying own professional career pathway

Week-By-Week Delivery Scheme of work

Week No

Session Date

Activity

Topic

 

Session Learning Outcomes

Essential Reading

Prior to the session and further reading after the session.

1

27 Sept 2021    

Lecture/ Seminar

 

• Introduction to unit and outcomes

• Exploring the purpose of reflection

Introduction to PLAD requirements

DBS paperwork to be completed

LO1

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

2

4 Oct 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

Study skills, library tour and talk

Harvard referencing. Complete induction  paperwork for PLAD

LO1

JASPER, M. (2013) Beginning Reflective Practice (2nd Ed.) Boston: Cengage Learning Inc. 

3

11Oct 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

Purpose of reflection in health and social care. Models and tools of reflection. Research task presentations

LO1

OELOFSEN, N. (2012) Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Students and Practitioners of Health and Social Care (Oxon Ed Edition) Gloucestershire: Lantern Publishing Ltd. 

4

18 Oct 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

Models and tools  of reflection continued and practical tasks completed

LO1

McCORMACK, B., MANLEY, K. and TITCHEN, A. (eds.) (2013) Practice Development in Nursing and Healthcare (2nd Ed.) Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. 

5

1 Nov 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

Workplace mentoring/guidance/tutorials

• Reflecting on tools and models used

• Identifying possible sources of evidence

• Individual and group tutorials

• Workplace/classroom mentoring/guidance PLAD development

LO1

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

OELOFSEN, N. (2012) Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Students and Practitioners of Health and Social Care (Oxon Ed Edition) Gloucestershire: Lantern Publishing Ltd. 

 

25 Oct 2021

Reading Week

 

 

 

6

8 Nov 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

PLAD workshop

LO1 LO3

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

OELOFSEN, N. (2012) Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Students and Practitioners of Health and Social Care (Oxon Ed Edition) Gloucestershire: Lantern Publishing Ltd. 

7

15 Nov 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

Practice Themes and development plan

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

OELOFSEN, N. (2012) Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Students and Practitioners of Health and Social Care (Oxon Ed Edition) Gloucestershire: Lantern Publishing Ltd. 

8

22 Nov 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

 

Professional standards on placement. Organisation and UCEN expectations

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

OELOFSEN, N. (2012) Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Students and Practitioners of Health and Social Care (Oxon Ed Edition) Gloucestershire: Lantern Publishing Ltd. 

9

29 Nov 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

PLAD  workshop

LO3

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

OELOFSEN, N. (2012) Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Students and Practitioners of Health and Social Care (Oxon Ed Edition) Gloucestershire: Lantern Publishing Ltd. 

10

6 Dec

 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

Monitoring and reflection of development plan

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

OELOFSEN, N. (2012) Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Students and Practitioners of Health and Social Care (Oxon Ed Edition) Gloucestershire: Lantern Publishing Ltd. 

11

13 Dec 2021

Workshop

Assignment workshop

LO2

 

 

20 Dec 2021

Submission of Reflective Report via TURITIN 20th Dec 2021

 

 

 

20 Dec-27 Dec 2021

Christmas Holidays

 

 

12

3 Jan 2021

Lecture/ Seminar

Workplace mentoring/guidance/tutorials

• Reflecting on tools and models used

• Evidence gathered to date

• Individual and group tutorials

• Workplace/classroom mentoring/guidance PLAD development

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

OELOFSEN, N. (2012) Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Students and Practitioners of Health and Social Care (Oxon Ed Edition) Gloucestershire: Lantern Publishing Ltd. 

13

10 Jan 2022

 

.

• Introduction to the 6 Practice Themes

• Overview of the 6 Practice Themes and their importance in work in HCP

• Practice Theme 1 – Law, Regulation and Ethical Practice

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

 

14 Jan 2022

Semester 2 start

 

 

 

14

17 Jan 2022

 

• Practice Theme 2 – Professional values, attitudes and behaviour in health

and social care practice

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

15

24 Jan 2022

 

• Practice Theme 3 – Health, Safety and Safeguarding through the Lifespan

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

16

31 Jan 2022

 

• Practice Theme 4 – Valuing and promoting diversity, difference and

inclusion

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

17

7 Feb 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

 

• Practice Theme 5 – Promoting physical and mental health and wellbeing in

health and social care practice

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

18

14 Feb 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

• Practice Theme 6 – Applied mathematics

LO2

 nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

 

21 Feb 2022

Reading Week

 

 

 

19

28 Feb 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

• Linking Practice Themes to quality performance measures and other

healthcare practices

• Exploring performance measures

• Links to other healthcare practices

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

20

7 March 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

• Linking Practice Themes to quality performance measures and other

healthcare practices

• Exploring performance measures

• Links to other healthcare practices

LO2

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

21

14 March 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

 

• Active reflection

• Methods used for gathering evidence

• Being critical and analytical

LO1-L02

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

22

21 March 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

• Observing self and others

• Observing others’ practice

• Building relationships

LO3

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

23

28 March 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

• Ethical practice

• Ethical practice when gathering reflections

• Treating individuals with respect and dignity so they are aware of role and

purpose of gathering information and feedback from them

• Safeguarding and health and safety considerations when carrying out

reflective practice in own organisation

LO3

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

 

4 April 2022

Easter Holidays

 

 

 

 

11 April 2022

Easter Holidays

 

 

 

24

18 April 2022

Independent study

• Gathering evidence across units and reflecting on learning

• Reflection on PLAD development

• Linking to other units

LO4

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

25

25 April 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

 

• PLAD progress

• Building PLAD portfolio

• Meeting training needs

• Evidence gathering for all areas of own practice across Practice Themes

and other units taken in qualification

• Collaborative action group dialogues on issues and problems

LO4

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

26

2 May 2022

Independent study

• Presentation on learning journey, reflections, key tools used, success and

areas for improvement, future career pathway, promoting an integrated

working model, collaborative action group learning

• Review of unit

LO4

nursingtimes.net Nursing Times :A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing (Article)

BOLTON, G.E.J. (2014)

Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development(4th Ed.) London Sage Publications Ltd.

27

9 May 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

• Scanning evidence and compiling of E-PLAD

LO4

 

 

13 May 2022

Submission of E-PLAD/Hardcopy

28

16 May 2022

Lecture/ Seminar

Module Review Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice

 

 


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