Interpersonal Communication Theories

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INTRODUCTION The author will analyse scenario 5 (appendix a) as he has no practical experience of Do Not Resuscitate Orders (DNAR) and believes this is an excellent opportunity to professionally develop himself in order to improve future patient care. This assignment will reflect, in relation to paramedic practice, on legal, professional and ethical frameworks whilst also considering interpersonal communication theories that impact on the delivery of care. Legal frameworks, including the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005 and Human Rights Act (HRA) 1997, will be scrutinised alongside professional frameworks offered by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), such as the Standards of conduct, performance and ethics (2012). The impact of these frameworks upon duty of care, consent, capacity and best interests will be examined whilst various interpersonal communication theories will be explored, including transactional analysis and the influence of verbal and non-verbal communication. A conclusion will then be offered with well-supported reasoning for this decision. LEGAL Society uses law as a framework to be abided by with the distinct aim of keeping the public safe (Gallagher and Hodge, 2012; Griffith and Tengnah, 2010). To uphold, the Health Professions Order 2001 legislation established the regulator now known as the HCPC with whom paramedics must register (Health and Care Professions Council, 2012c; Health and Care Professions Council, 2014b). Professional Run by
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