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Increasing sustainable development by ethical social and healthcare Increasing sustainable development by ethical social and healthcare Presentation Transcript

  • Sirpa Pursiainen, M.Soc.scWorkshop 1:“Increasing sustainabledevelopment by ethical socialand healthcare services.”
  • Private sector´sservicesLaws formunicipalitiesMunicipalitiesand regional co-operationSpecialized medical careregionsSocial and healthcare services in FinlandMunicipaltaxationServices organized bymunicipalities and regional co-opereationsThird sector´s services Services providedby churchesVoluntary workFamiliesMunicipalitiesbuyingPrivate citizensbuyingStateLawsTaxationSupervisorySevices run by state
  • Laws and normsDefining responsibilitiesFinancingPlan for actsDescriptionsIMPROVING WELL-BEING ANDSOCIAL AND HEALTCAREExperiencesFeedbackMeasuresNewapproachesGoalsIndividualswell-beingEvaluationPursiainen Sirpa, 2013 View slide
  • Sustainable social and healtcare servicesResourcesOrganizationalstructuresPolitical leadershipSHOULD BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT View slide
  • Sirpa Pursiainen, M.Soc.sc“An important measure of welfare of thesociety is well-being of the mostvulnerable individual in society.Responsibility for the welfare of himselfbelongs for him, but also in addition tothe whole society.Belonging to the community supportsthe urge for responsibility.”
  • Sirpa Pursiainen, M.Soc.sc“An important measure of welfare of thesociety is well-being of the mostvulnerable individual in society.”
  •  HOW WE DEFINE DIGNITY? WHY WE DEFINE IT AS WE DEFINE IT?“An important measure of welfare of the society is well-being of the most vulnerable individual in society.”
  • WHO?- Who are the individuals we think that arepart of the society?- Who is the most vulnerable individual?- What kind of groups we have that arevery vulnerable?WHY?- Why this indivicual is more vulnerablethan others?- Why this group stays vulnerable?“An important measure of welfare of the society is well-being of the most vulnerable individual in society.”
  • WHAT?• What is well being?• What well being of this vulnerableindividual is now? What well being of this group of vulnerablepeople should be and could be?“An important measure of welfare of the society is well-being of the most vulnerable individual in society.”
  • WHAT?• What do we do now in society to improvewell geing of this group?• What could be done? What does it cost?• What happens if we do nothing? What does it cost? WHAT SHOULD BE DONE? How it affects for social and healtcareservices?“An important measure of welfare of the society is well-being of the most vulnerable individual in society.”
  • HOW?• How we measure well being of differentgroups now?• How we could measure the changes ofwell being of this vulnerableindivual/group of them? How we measure and compare that howdifferent politics affect for wellbeing ofindividuals?“An important measure of welfare of the society is well-being of the most vulnerable individual in society.”
  • Sirpa Pursiainen, M.Soc.sc“ Responsibility for the welfare ofhimself belongs for him, but also inaddition to the whole society.”
  • WHAT?- What are the responsibilities of this person of hiswellbeing?- What are the responsibilities of society?- Family- Relatives- Neighbourhood- Municipality- StateWHAT IF?Family/relatives/neighbourhood/municipality/state doesn ttake care of the their duties?“ Responsibility for the welfare of himself belongs for him,but also in addition to the whole society.”
  • HOW?• How do we ensure that individuals will takeresponsibility of themselves?• How do we support capabilities ofindividuals to take care of themselves?• How do we enable for families to take careof wellbeing of members of it?• How do we make it possible toneighbourhood to take care of eachothers?• How do we ensure that municipality andstate will take care their duties?“ Responsibility for the welfare of himself belongs for him,but also in addition to the whole society.”
  • WHERE OUR THOUGHTS AND ACTS COMEFROM?• Why do we think the way we think? What are our values and ethics? How our own history affects? How the history of our society affets?• What are the sides of the story we don tusually notice and consider?= That is mainly why our politics and actsare what they are!“ Responsibility for the welfare of himself belongs for him,but also in addition to the whole society.”
  • Who is part of the community?• How we support the possibilities of beingpart of the community (Family, workinglife, neigbourhood, municipality,society)?• How the members of community cansupport feeling of being part of thecommunity of individual s?“Belonging to the community supports the urge forresponsibility.”
  • Who is part of the community?• Who belongs to christian democrats?• Why someone is member of christiandemocrats?• How the members of community cansupport feeling of being part of thecommunity of individual s? What is the difference of acts andthougts in politics about social andhealthcare services comparing to otherparties?“Belonging to the community supports the urge forresponsibility.”
  • Who could dotutoring?With who wedevelop?Developing with compeersDeveloping social and healtcareservicesEnsuring the useof approachesDistribution ofapproachesCooperationNeeds
  • Developing with compeersPlanningWhom I want to learn?Why this party/direction?Does the compeer hasenough resources?WIN - WIN?Timetable?What I want to learn?Systematic use oflearning?What can I give?
  • Sirpa Pursiainen, M.Soc.scDevelopmentProject ManagerSirpa.pursiainen@gmail.comExpertise areas:Social science, social and healthcare services in Finland.personalized study paths, on the job learning.Working as project manager (projects financed by theboard of the education in Finland). Fiction writer.Member of Advisory Council for Youth Affairs.Negotiator in the Government negotiations 2011.Current projects at work:• Edu.fi pedagogical approaches ”Personalized paths"• Nappiparisto – compeer power to develompent oflearning environments• Nationwide coordination of the project extended onthe job learning• Writing the nationwide guide about learning atworkplaces