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Professionalism

STD 1 Social Media Communications

TermDefinition
Acceptance of Criticism Areas that need to be improved and should be constructive
Aphasia Loss or impairment of the power to use or comprehend words
Autocratic Leader aka dictator; maintains control and makes all the decisions
Barrier to Communication Something that gets in the way of clear communication
Communication Exchange of information, thoughts, ideas, and feelings
Competence Qualified and capable of performing a task
Democratic Leader Encourages the participation of all individuals in decisions that have to be made or problems that have to be solved
Dependability Employers and patients rely on you
Discretion Good judgement in what you say and do
Empathy able to identify and understand another's feelings, situation, and motives
Enthusiasm Enjoy work and display a positive attitude
Feedback Used to determine whether communication was successful
Flexibility Must be able to adapt to change and try different methods
Goal Desired result or purpose toward which one is working
Honesty Truthfulness and integrity
Laissezi-Faire Leader informal leader who believes in noninterference of affairs; strives for minimal rules and regulations
Leadership Skill or ability to encourage people to work together and do their best to achieve common goals
Listening Attempt to hear what the other person is saying
Long term goal Takes years or a lifetime to accomplish
Message Info, idea, or thoughts
Motions Allows order of business to be introduced in an official manner
Nonverbal communication Use of things like body language, gestures, facial expressions, and eye contact instead of words
Objective Observations aka Signs; can be seen or measured by the health care professional
Parliamentary Procedure Set of rules or guidelines that determine the conduct and order followed during a meeting
Patience Must be tolerant and understanding
Personal Appearance Communicates levels of confidence and positive self-esteem
Psychological Barriers Caused by prejudice, attitudes, and personality
Receiver Individual who receives message from sender
Responsibility Willing to be held accountable
Self-motivation Ability to begin or follow through with a task
Sender Individual who creates message to convey info or idea
Short term goal Takes days, weeks, or months to accomplish
Stress The body's reaction to any stimulus that requires a person to adjust to a changing environment
Subjective Observation aka symptoms; cannot be seen or felt by the health care professional; information that is given by the patient
Tact Ability to say or do the kindest or most fitting thing in a difficult situation
Team Player Working well with others
Teamwork Consists of many professionals with different levels of education, ideas, backgrounds, and interests, working together for the benefit of the patient
Time Management System of practical skills that allows an individual to use time in the most effective and productive way possible
Willingness to learn Willing to learn and adapt to changes
Created by: Sharon.Spence