Health Research and Dermal Studies

HealthResearch and Dermal Studies

HealthResearch and Dermal Studies

Inthe research of health concerning the discipline of dermal studies,which deals with a chronic and acute study of the skin conditions,article designs critiquingis necessary. Critiquingensures facilitation of proper service delivery, on pertinent issuesof a given project, with respect to existing relevant theories.

Point

Problem with the point

Why it is a problem

Suggested improvements and why

Professional perception of workers

Varied professional perception, which was based on attitudes to care approaches, regarding the roles they play

Problem based on their qualifications

Skill based theoretical dissemination of knowledge, through trainings and educative programs.

Registration of workers

Some registered others not

Lack of understanding of the need for professional quality control of services

Register and formulate a union for workers, that is recognized in order to ensure appreciation of the knowledge and skills they offer.

Appointment variance

Lack of clarity on which group of workers are effective.

Lack of adequate information from the parents appointing residential social workers.

There is a need for train parents on choice of residential worker.

Difference in training

Lack of specialization

A general understanding on social work

Define specialization areas.

Liability and Accountability

A lack of responsible personnel to hold accountable on social care roles

Unreasonable, and inappropriately placement of care works, risking residents due to unclear boundaries of inter-professionalism

There is a need for professional organization, for the sake of promoting the public good.

Aresearch, focusing on staffs, who work in the field of social care inresidential homes, highlights on the perspective of theirprofessional status. The basis behind their perspective is that, inthat particular work force of caring, the roles get created, bringingabout job boundaries and accountability issues. The distinction ofroles and jobs, hinders the expected quality of service output of theworkers.

Asa way of criticizing the professional perception of workers in socialcare, ranging from volunteers, independent workers and localauthority workers, get to be of significance. It is imperative that,the role of social staff is to provide social care. However, avariance in their perception, brought about by their attitudes,regarding qualifications for the duty, hampers their output at workas they feel that, others do not perceive them as professionals.Their roles therefore, need harmonization through ensuring that,relevant authorities conduct a skill-based theoretical disseminationof knowledge, through trainings and educative programs in the generalarena of the social care workforce.

Anidentified gap in social care, registration of workers is an issue.Through the research, it is notable that some workers are registeredand others not.The divergence, results from the fact that, there is alack of understanding of the need to have in place professionalquality control, of services offered by social care workers. It isalso evident that, workers` different preferences over being unionmembers. As a way to improve on this, registration and formulation ofrecognized workers unions, guarantees appreciation of the knowledgeand skills they offer, promoting professional quality. The fact isdifferent from the theoretically professional perspective whereworkers need to belong to a professional union, with properregistration accorded.

Inthe conventional world of social work, there is a need to observeliability and the theory of accountability. However, in this case ofresidential social work care providers, there is a variance thatranges from volunteers, independent workers to local authorityworkers, which has brought about a gap of low liability andaccountability. The problem behind this is that there lacksresponsible personnel to be held accountable on social care roles, aproblem that comes up as a result of unreasonable and inappropriateplacement of care works, risking residents` health, due to unclearboundaries of inter-professionalism. However, to improve on this,there is a need for professional organization, for the sake ofpromoting the public good.

Adifference in training has also been noted, bringing about lack ofspecialization as a problem. The failure has been due specializationlack in the general understanding on social work. Therefore, legalrepresentatives need to define the specialization areas.

Appointmentvariance affects social work output. The variance results from lackof clarity on which group of workers are effective. The problemarises due to lack of adequate information from the parents, whoappoint residential social workers. Therefore, there is a need totrain parents on choice of residential worker.

Inconclusion, ensuring that there is improvement of the professionalperception of workers, registration of workers and ensuring thepromotion of liability and worker accountability in residential homeswill ensure maintenance of integrity. Social Care workers get toadhere to their codes of conduct, and in return, reducing theexistence of conflict of interest, which brings about job boundariesamong residential based social care workforce.