Evaluating The Learning Process And Outcome For Professional Development

800 Words Dec 4th, 2015 4 Pages
NMC (2015) requires us to work cooperatively in practice. Atwell and Caldwell (2006) view multidisciplinary teamwork as one of the key processes throughout care delivery. It is argued that it is essential to analyse the learning process and outcome for professional development in providing optimal care (Hammick et al., 2007). Thus, this reflection will explore several aspects of our team-work to enhance my interprofessional performance and contributes to the development of a more holistic approach of health and social care.
During this module, four tasks were undertaken amongst our team via enquiry-based learning (EBL) approach by a self-growth process with self-directed and self-paced learning experience. However, the tasks were not shared and contributed equally due to complex Individual factors. For example, Barrett et al., (2005) explains individual self-learning competency holds back the confidence in appraisal of others work, the degree of the reluctance or willingness towards sharing their knowledge affect activities participation. Some Members’ illness and the limitation of modern media have become the main barrier in task involvement, while open and honest communication is not fully applied because of diversity. Moreover, Wouldhead (2015) underlines how the factors can have an immediate and positive impact on patient safety from the aspect of effective cooperation. It has been argued that Individual factors intensifies not only process of cooperation, but also…

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