Social care services and the social perspective there have been major improvements in values, skills and services, but also a marked decline in some areas, notably the management of the transition from childhood to adulthood. Psychological approaches in a health and social care setting psychological approaches in health care cbt is a psychological approach which is commonly used within a social care environment, this theory is based on positive and negative reinforcement, self-soothing, and how self-regulate when feeling anxious. Saeed h wahass, phd, cpsychol, afbpss advances in the biomedical and the behavioral sciences have paved the way for the integration of medical practice towards the biopsychosocial approach therefore, dealing with health and illness overtakes looking for the presence or absence of the disease and. I am going to evaluate the biological perspective and social learning theory (slt) as my 2 psychological approaches to health and social care service provisions.
Health and social care psychology refers to the application of psychological theory and research to promote evidence-based personal and public health to do this, psy-chology must take account of the context of people’s lives certain sets. This entry describes the various traditions within the behavioral perspective (classical conditioning, operant conditioning, cognitively mediated behavioral theory, and functional contextualism) and the clinical applications that are derived from them. The purpose of this paper is to discuss a learning theory with application to a teaching-learning situation in health care this paper will focus on the social learning theory and its application to the teaching-learning process in nursing.
Humanism in health care humanism, the ideology that sparked the renaissance, places a high value on human beings, human culture and the human experience today, humanism in health care reminds us that illness and recovery—and living and dying—are an integral part of the whole human experience. Describe the key constructs of four theories that are often used in public health interventions: the health belief model, the transtheoretical model and stages of change, social cognitive theory, and the social ecological model. The obm perspective has informed an innovative people-based patient safety approach to health care, 31 which strategically integrates behaviorism and humanism in the design of interventions to benefit patient safety. Describe the application of behaviorist perspectives in health and social care (p1) operant conditioning is a type of behavior modification which can be used to either decrease or increase the likelihoods of a certain aspect of a behavior will occur. In behaviourist theory people can only learn as a result of their own experiences however, experience and many studies (eg by social learning theorists like bandura) show that people are quite capable of observing and learning from the behaviour and experiences of others.
Some health psychologists and scientists in behavioral medicine and epidemiology spe- cialize in the study of obesity, other eating problems, and interventions for people who ha- bitually make poor nutritional choices. Describe the application of behaviourist perspectives in health and social care and learning in the practice setting(s) supplemented by wider understanding and knowledge gained from all parts of the programme and if appropriate, from wider experience you will demonstrate your learning from your experience in work experience or care employment you could plan your own personal development. Essay title: describe the application of the behaviourist perspectives in health and social care (p1) you will need to include information on the role of reinforcement in managing and shaping behaviour and the theories of pavlov (classical conditioning) and skinner (operant conditioning. The behaviourist perspective has been applied in many situations especially in health and social care including using operant conditioning and creating a hierarchy of fear this perspective can be applied and used in health care practice by treating addiction problems via desensitisation treatment or aversion therapy (depending on the.
The biological approach can be used to explain many thing within health and social care, it can also be useful in diagnosing and treating service users, and is effective for practitioners to asses and help their patience within heath care and social care alike. Btec national health and social care - psychological perspectives a collection of powerpoints on the psychological approaches to health and social care. Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present people invited to a presentation do not need a prezi account this link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation a maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article.
The sociology of health and illness, alternatively the sociology of health and wellness (or simply health sociology), examines the interaction between society and health the objective of this topic is to see how social life affects morbidity and mortality rate , and vice versa [1. 4 chapter 1 psychology in health and social care l behavioural psychology (based on behaviourism) is the study of learning by observing the direct effects of external contexts and events on behaviour and behaviour change (see chapter 5) behavioural therapies aim to change behaviour by altering the context. Sociological perspectives for health and social care m/601/2402 level 3 unit 6 aim of the unit sociology is a social science and is the study of human society and this unit is designed to allow learners to gain an the application of sociological explanations to patterns.
Behavioral, cognitive, humanist approaches behavioral learning theorists believe that learning has occurred when you can see changes in behavior the behavioral learning model learning is the result of conditioning. Today health and social care professionals effectively utilize these benefits, which provide considerable improvements in health and social care applications a wide range of information and communication technologies (ict) are used to enhance health and social care services (martinho et al, 2013. The notion of generality, or broad application, is important thus, theories are by their nature abstract and not content- or topic-specific even though various theoretical models of health behavior may reflect the same general ideas, each theory employs a unique vocabulary to articulate the specific factors considered to be important. Health and social care practitioners should study sociology to gain a better understanding of the relationships between humans and the ways in which organisations affect individuals this essay will examine the sociological perspectives that may be used by health and social care practitioners to.
Health & fitness family travel using theory in social work practice follow us on twitter (@gdnsocialcare) and like us on facebook to keep up with the latest social care news and views topics. Theories used in social work practice & practice models social work theories are general explanations that are supported by evidence obtained through the scientific method a theory may explain human behavior, for example, by describing how humans interact or how humans react to certain stimuli. M2: compare two psychological approaches to health and social care service provision d1: evaluate two psychological approaches to health and social care service provision in m2 and d1, i will be comparing the biological and the social learning perspectives in health and social care service provisions. This paper was commissioned at the request of the national institutes of health, office of behavioral and social sciences research for an expert meeting on behavioral and social sciences research opportunities: innovations in population health metrics, march 26-27, 2014, bethesda, md.