Theories of Communications in Hsc

Task 1
LO1: How personal values and principles influence individual contributions to work in health and social care settings.
1.1 compare personal values and principles in health and social care and compare them with the principles of support in health and social care.
Values are important and lasting beliefs of ideals shared by the members of culture about what is a good or bad and desirable or undesirable value have major influence on a person behaviour and attitude and serve as broad guideline in all situations ( Values are what a culture regards as good or bad,right or wrong, fair or unfair, just or unjust, beautiful or ugly, clean or dirty, valuable or worthless, appropriate or inappropriate, kind or cruel. Valuesincludes a range of concepts such as individuality, dignity, respect, confidentiality, choice, privacy, independence and partnership. Different types of values are
  * Ethical/moral value: ideas of what is good or bad
  * Doctrinal/ideological value: principle base on belief
  * Social value: society opinion about a situation
Principles are fundamental norms, rules, or values that represent what is desirable and positive for a person, group, organisation or community and help it in determining the rightfulness or wrongfulness of its actions. Principles are more basic than policy and objectives, and are meant to govern both (
Values are links be belief, ideas and dignity while principles are more links to actions.  
The importance of preserving the privacy and dignity of service user should be paramount. This means that they should have their own individual private space and the opportunity to choose how they dress, what they eat, when they go to bed and get up and how they spend their day. Dependence on staff for help with personal care should not mean that their dignity is compromised or that their privacy is not respected. Residents should be treated as adults, never as children. Staff should always...