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May our journey of learning isblessed by Him the Most Gracious &          Most Merciful
Communication& SafetyPrecautionsPrepared for:Unit Latihan KhidmatMasyarakat (ULKM),Zagazig Medical Team (ZMT)
CommunicationIndex of this slot: Method   of Communications Conditions   of Delivery Importance    in Medical Field Im...
Methods of Deliver    Verbal:        Writing        Saying (speech)        Sign Language    Non-verbal:        Inten...
Speech DeliveringSpeaker             Audience          Content
Importance Acceptance    (Trust) Good   History Taking (Accuracy)                           5   sense from the         ...
How to ImproveA) Background knowledge :  1.   History taking (personal, c/o, present, past, family)  2.   Information abou...
Safety PrecautionsINDEX OF THIS SLOT:   For whom it may concern?   What are the hazards we could be    encountered with?...
Whom it may concernDuring Medical Check-up Procedures     Healthcare      Healthcare       Seeker         Provider
Needle-stick injuryThe risk of infection following a needle-stick injury with needle from aninfected source patient is ~ 0...
ChecklistUniversal precautions Hand  washing after any direct contact with  patients Safe collection and disposal of sha...
Hand Sanitizers
Preventive MeasuresExaminer Precautions      Knowledge             Blood             borne  Contact                      A...
Take Care During
Concerning with:Patients Precautions                To ensure safety in                form of:                 Confidenc...
... It was narrated from Amr bin Shuaib, from his father that hisgrandfather said: "the Messenger of Allah said: Whoeverpr...
"Teaching should be such thatwhat is offered is perceived as avaluable gift and not as a hard     duty." - Albert Einstein
Communication & safety precautions
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Communication & safety precautions
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Communication & safety precautions
Communication & safety precautions
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    1. 1. May our journey of learning isblessed by Him the Most Gracious & Most Merciful
    2. 2. Communication& SafetyPrecautionsPrepared for:Unit Latihan KhidmatMasyarakat (ULKM),Zagazig Medical Team (ZMT)
    3. 3. CommunicationIndex of this slot: Method of Communications Conditions of Delivery Importance in Medical Field Improving this skills
    4. 4. Methods of Deliver  Verbal:  Writing  Saying (speech)  Sign Language  Non-verbal:  Intentional → Body Gestures (Body Language)  Unconscious → Facial Expressions  Vocal Characteristics → Pitch, Volume, Rate, PausesClarify Listen Encourage Appreciate Reassure
    5. 5. Speech DeliveringSpeaker Audience Content
    6. 6. Importance Acceptance (Trust) Good History Taking (Accuracy) 5 sense from the patient during examinations  Q&A about the condition
    7. 7. How to ImproveA) Background knowledge : 1. History taking (personal, c/o, present, past, family) 2. Information about diseases 3. Information about procedures 4. Information about preventive measures & treatmentsB) Public Speaking (practice): 1. How can we deliver if we don’t know how? 2. Will it be effective just by mentioning few? 3. Know how to attract attention of the listener 4. Language of conduct & vocals characters to break any barrier of understanding
    8. 8. Safety PrecautionsINDEX OF THIS SLOT: For whom it may concern? What are the hazards we could be encountered with? Preventive measures
    9. 9. Whom it may concernDuring Medical Check-up Procedures Healthcare Healthcare Seeker Provider
    10. 10. Needle-stick injuryThe risk of infection following a needle-stick injury with needle from aninfected source patient is ~ 0.3% for HIV, 3% for hepatitis C and 6-30%for hepatitis B. An effective response to occupational exposure toblood or other body fluids involves the following:  Development guidelines outlining the first aid required, reporting mechanism and procedure to be followed for post-exposure prophylaxis and follow-up testing  Dissemination of guidelines  Information, education and communication  Provision of support and counseling  Where possible and indicated, provision of post-exposure prophylactic medication  Analyze reported cases of exposure to improve practices
    11. 11. ChecklistUniversal precautions Hand washing after any direct contact with patients Safe collection and disposal of sharps Gloves for contact with body fluids, non-intact skin and mucous membranes Wearing a mask, eye protection and a gown if blood or other body fluids might splash Covering cuts and abrasions Cleaning up spills of blood and other body fluids Safe system for hospital waste management and disposal
    12. 12. Hand Sanitizers
    13. 13. Preventive MeasuresExaminer Precautions Knowledge Blood borne Contact Air borne (droplet)
    14. 14. Take Care During
    15. 15. Concerning with:Patients Precautions To ensure safety in form of:  Confidence & Confidentiality  Current condition  Procedures done  Preventive & Treatment Plans
    16. 16. ... It was narrated from Amr bin Shuaib, from his father that hisgrandfather said: "the Messenger of Allah said: Whoeverpractices medicine when he is not known for that, he isliable.(Daif) ...
    17. 17. "Teaching should be such thatwhat is offered is perceived as avaluable gift and not as a hard duty." - Albert Einstein
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