Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:51 — Megan Burley
- with guidance, use a range of approaches and techniques to systematically search for evidence from a variety of sources relevant to the situation.
- critically evaluate current research and scholarship and with guidance, use the appraisal to address specific issues arising in professional practice.
Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:44 — Megan Burley
- demonstrate self-awareness by using reflection on personal practice and feedback from others to identify and articulate their personal values, preferences and ways of working, and with guidance, analyse how these may influence behaviour, judgement and practice.
Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:36 — Megan Burley
- respect and value diversity by working in accordance with legislation, policies, procedures and best practice.
- identify and articulate their own values and principles, and with guidance, evaluate how these may differ from other individuals/groups, and use this understanding to maintain high standards of practice even in situations of personal incompatibility.
- work constructively with people of all backgrounds and orientations by recognising and responding to individuals’ expressed beliefs, preferences and choices.
- identify discriminatory behaviour and take appropriate action to challenge this behaviour.
Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:09 — Megan Burley
- with guidance, plan, conduct and manage evaluation and research projects to address a specific issue arising from practice.
- with guidance, apply a range of standard research methods/tools of enquiry showing an appreciation of related ethical considerations.
- with guidance, reflect on the research process, and use this information to appraise the project
and inform future practice.
- identify, and with support, promote the practical and professional applications of completed work, and seek opportunities to share and disseminate findings to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.
Thu, 10/14/2010 - 10:27 — Megan Burley
- demonstrate respect for the individual by acknowledging their unique needs, preferences and values, autonomy and independence in accordance with legislation, policies, procedures and best practice.
- provide information and support that empowers an individual to make an informed choice and to exercise their autonomy in accordance with legislation, policies, procedures and best practice.
- involve individuals in shaping the design and delivery of their service by working in accordance with policies and processes that promote a culture of service user involvement.
Thu, 10/14/2010 - 10:15 — Megan Burley
- participate in and develop professional networks to foster collaboration, share information and ideas to enhance practice.
- work effectively with others to meet the responsibilities of professional practice.
- reflect on experiences of collaborative working, and with guidance, use this information to identify solutions to maintain and develop the effective performance of teams/networks.
Wed, 10/13/2010 - 16:10 — Megan Burley
- efficient and effective use of a wide range of routine and some specialised approaches and techniques to systematically collect information from a variety of sources relevant to the situation.
- process and critically analyse information in complex and predictable situations where data/information comes from a range of sources or is incomplete.
- draw reasoned conclusions, supported by current policy and evidence-based thinking, and make informed judgements to address ethical and professional issues in complex and predictable situations.
- with guidance, reflect on their decision making process and use this evaluation to appraise the outcome and to inform future practice.
Wed, 10/13/2010 - 15:50 — Megan Burley
- working to consolidate and refine the performance of complex skills gained from qualifying physiotherapy programme
- modify a technique in response to feedback (e.g. from a client, peer, supervisor)
- evaluate own performance
Wed, 10/13/2010 - 15:07 — Megan Burley
- knowledge of the political, social, economic and institutional factors shaping the health and wellbeing economy and how they inform the delivery of physiotherapy across the UK.
- participate in professional networks and relevant discussions to inform the implementation and development of policies specific to physiotherapy practice.
Wed, 10/13/2010 - 14:02 — Megan Burley
- exercise autonomy and initiative in accordance with current professional codes and practices seeking guidance where appropriate.
- take some responsibility for the work of others (e.g. delegation of tasks to support workers) and for a range of resources
- modify personal behaviour and actions in response to feedback to meet the demands of the situation and to enhance own performance
- with guidance, reflect on personal performance and use this evaluation to inform future practice.
- take the lead in implementing agreed plans designed to bring about change, development and/or new thinking in complex but predictable contexts.