Tools for wellbeing and dignity II – Developing multi-professional collaboration competence among the disciplines of nursing, social work and microbiology -publication offers conceptual and practical tools for the holistic enhancement of wellbeing and dignity in higher professional education, learning, and cooperation.
The ability to cooperate with each other is a crucial skill for people and their propensity for thriving, along with their well-being. When it comes to the well-being of others, it necessitates that humans are approached as integrated human beings and not as loose mixtures of bodily, medical, social, and other elements. Enhancing people’s well-being requires cooperation and a holistic approach.
This book offers conceptual and practical tools for the holistic enhancement of wellbeing and dignity in higher professional education, learning, and cooperation. Hence, a multi-professional perspective is the central approach in this publication. Originally, this book was written to offer learning material for professional education in Vietnam and Nepal, but it may well offer usable contents for education elsewhere as well.
The book is divided into four parts: Part one concentrates on utilizing multi-professional teamwork and simulations as a method of teaching and learning it. Part two describes the usage of qualitative research methods for health and social professionals. Part three illuminates how communities can be developed with appropriate methods, co-creation, and innovations, in which the active participation of community members is stressed. Lastly, part four offers practical tools for holistic work in distressing situations.