Unit 1. Developing Effective Communication in Health and Social Care. Music is a great way of communicating and people all over the world listen to the music of other nations. Music is the unique language which is understood by everyone all over the planet.
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Developing Effective Communication in Health and Social Care
Music is a great way of communicating and people all over the world listen to the music of other nations.
Music is the unique language which is understood by everyone all over the planet.
It’s estimated that up to 7,000 different languages are spoken around the world. 90% of these languages are used by less than 100,000 people. Over a million people converse in 150-200 languages and 46 languages have just a single speaker!
Words used by a particular profession or group that is hard for others to understand.
Can you think of any examples of professional jargon?
Term to signify a major, negative change in a patient’s condition
Medical shorthand for blood pressure
Medical jargon meaning bone fracture
A patient should not take anything by mouth
Words and their pronunciation, which is specific to a geographical community. For example
Informal words and phrases that are not usually found in dictionaries but are used within social groups and communities.
Can you give an example of slang?
Write a definition of NVC.
Now write what each of these are and why they are important:
How far away in feet do you think it is acceptable for the following:
What may happen if you enter a clients/service users personal space without realising?
How do we know someone is REALLY listening to us?!!
When the listener mirrors back the thoughts and/or feelings the speaker is experiencing.
“Are you saying …”
“You seem …”