Professional ethics

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  • My Career Goals For Early Childhood Education

    first steps in obtaining my ultimate professional SMART goals, I planned by the age of 36 years of old, I would transition from my non-profit career within technical assistance and quality enhancement to consultation and enforcing minimum licensing standards at the DCDEE. I always envisioned my career ladder after my nine years service of technical assistance and training, to become a licensing consultant for the State of North Carolina. I created a professional…

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  • The HCPC Requirements For Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

    essay will state the HCPC requirements for continuing professional development (CPD) and seek to explain the benefits of CPD. The benefits for health professionals, patients and the diagnostic radiography profession may not always be aligned. The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) set the standard for continuing professional development (CPD) in the UK. The HCPC were created safeguard the public by regulating and making health professionals accountable through a register. They monitor…

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  • The Importance Of Writing In The Business World

    talking on the phone with a business professional, my understanding of the importance of writing in the profession of business was miniscule. The prior knowledge I had of how writing in the business world was created and utilized was based off of personal research. Prior to this project, I frequently read business oriented news sources; CNN and The Wall Street Journal were the two common news sources. The news articles I read had an audience of business professionals, in result, most of these…

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  • Physical Therapy Characteristics

    articles within the journals are written in expectation that other occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs), occupational and physical therapy students, and other health care professionals will read them. Since authors of these articles have written them under the assumption that professionals in fields related to the occupational and physical therapy professions will read their articles, the authors conduct studies to determine if there is a significant…

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  • Define Professionalism In Teaching

    conclusion on what this phrase means, in relation to teaching, would mean that there is a general acceptance and consensus on the definition of the word. However, this is not the case as many authors have attempted to define what it means to be a professional in teaching, with contesting theories, with some authors even suggesting that teaching itself, is not a profession (7) . A dictionary definition of professionalism indicates the following; “engaging in an activity for gain or as a means of…

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  • Community Health Class Reflection

    need to change my values or beliefs. I have my own values and beliefs but I do not try and impose those onto anyone. I am very open and respectful to people with other views and I do not judge them for the values or beliefs that they have. As a professional, we come to the workplace with our own values and beliefs but sometimes those need to take the backseat so that we can sufficiently help those that we are serving. My experiences have opened my eyes to new thought processing and with more…

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  • Military Profession Of Arms

    is important to understand the mechanism – to know how each part effects the other – in order for it to operate efficiently. This concept is a direct reflection on our military’s professional legacy, but specifically in the realm of the true enablers within our Armed Forces – the Human Resources Professionals. Standing vigilantly in the background, Human Resource (HR) personnel represent…

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  • Importance Of Your Personal Brand On Social Media Using Linkedin

    Your personal brand is your professional reputation. It’s what recruiters find out about you after a quick Google search. It’s what people in your social network say about you. It’s even that questionable 2 a.m. party selfie you shared on Instagram. Your personal brand is the difference between getting the job or landing the client and being a runner-up. This activity will help you shape your personal brand on social media utilizing LinkedIn. Page 2 You have the power to shape your brand, but…

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  • Reflection: Revisiting The Situation

    interview with person who I did not know prior in order to simulate a scenario I may encounter with a client in the future as a health professional. In the ten minutes I was given, I directed a sustained interview supported by effective listening, questioning and responding skills to initiate an understanding of the interviewee’s profile and to establish a professional rapport with the interviewee. Prior to the interview I realised I was experiencing anxiety and apprehensive as I feared my…

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  • The Importance Of Duty Of Care

    However The Underwear Rule can only be taught to children of a certain time that will understand. As a professional in a childcare setting you need to be able to keep children safe at all ages. A child of 6 or 7 can be taught The Underwear Rule unlike children that are younger who may not understand. Even though professionals can’t tell a child of a younger what is right and wrong they can provide a safe environment and look for any signs that may be of concern…

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