Improving the quality of life for clients by working closely with the medical profession to provide caring and rehabilitation and promoting physical and psychosocial wellbeing.
A health and social care practitioner may work directly for a client or be employed by an organization within the health and social care sector. Health and social care is closely associated with the medical profession.
The practitioner works in diverse environments, including the homes of clients, hospitals, community day care and residential and nursing homes. They manage health, physical and psychosocial well-being, support of growth and development, and caring and rehabilitation for the client. The specialized support provided is based on assessing, planning, delivering, and evaluating a care programme.
Work organization and self-management, communication and interpersonal skills, problem solving, flexibility and creativity, empathy, and the ability to understand and work with clients to improve the quality of their life are the universal attributes of the outstanding practitioner.
Important elements of the challenge include:
Each Competitor will assess a given situation to identify the needs of the patient.
Under timed conditions, competitors will plan and deliver evidence-based care.
Empathy, communication and interpersonal skills are vital for this Skill.
Judges expect Competitors who accurately assess the needs of clients.
|Medallion for Excellence||713||PANG-CHIEN YUAN||Chinese Taipei|
|Medallion for Excellence||709||Theresa Pipperger||South Tyrol, Italy|
|Medallion for Excellence||706||Julia Ribeiro||Brazil|
|Medallion for Excellence||704||Laura Vosskötter||Germany|
|696||Kefah Almentheri||United Arab Emirates|
|693||Jose Alexander Duran Palomino||Colombia|
|624||Maryam A.Hameed||Kingdom of Bahrain|
To reach the level of skills required to compete in a WorldSkills Competition takes several years of training and dedication. But the best time to start is now.