Bune practici de utilizare / Good use practices

Vrei sa joci un joc?

Acesta este un protocol in optimizare. Munca noastra ca si element central protocoale de lucru. Ca si student doctorand, citim tone de literatura stiintifica, punem intrebari, creeam modele pentru a ne testa ipotezele. Aceste modele sunt inspirate de munca altor oameni de stiinta, sunt un mix de tehnologie, tehnica, pragmatism si munca. Le numim protocoale.

Protocoalele sunt regulile jocului. Nu exista un protocol perfect. De multe ori, pornesti de la zero si construiesti o strategie de lucru. Cu timpul, perfectionezi tehnica si ajungi sa o finisezi, obtii rezultate fiabile. Destul de des, planificarea si optimizarea protocolului ia mai mult timp decat experimentul in sine.

Iubim incercarile. Scrierea acestui blog este un pariu personal pentru noi. In incercarea de incepe cu dreptul, vrem sa setez un protocol de lucru. Fara indoiala, va avea nevoie de optimizare. Pentru aceasta, vrem ajutorul vostru.

Vrem sa punem INGRIJIREA inapoi in ingrijire medicala. Vrem sa aducem in contact oameni cu oameni. Vrem ca acest blog sa gazduiasca un dialog care sa ne ajute sa traim o viata inteligenta si sanatoasa.

  • Acest dialog este bazat pe respect reciproc. Intelegem si respectam faptul ca nu toata lumea este de acord cu ideile noastre. Va respectam. Va rog, aratati-ne cand gresim, dar fiti politicosi si respectuosi.
  • Acest dialog este bazat pe echilibru. Suntem avocatii echilibrului in multe aspect ale vietii noastre. Sa incercam sa ramanem cu mintea deschisa. Nu vom incerca sa schimbam nimanui opiniile sau credintele. Daca decideti sa urmariti acest blog, este pentru un beneficiu mutual.
  • Oricine poate deveni un bun comunicator. Trebuie doar sa invatam cateva tehnici de comunicare. Ne va ajuta sa ajungem la consens, sa gasim mai repede rezolvarea unor probleme, va destresa dialogul si ne va ajuta sa identificam aspectele pozitive ale comunicarii dintre noi.

Iata un exemplu de comunicare eficienta. Va incurajam sa folositi aceasta tehnica atunci cand ne veti oferi feedback. Tehnica consista in cativa pasi:

  1. Intreaba persoana careia urmeaza sa ii oferiti feedback daca sunt dispusi sa-l primeasca. ¨Elisabeta / Andrei, pot sa-ti ofer feedback?/ Esti deschis sa auzi parerea mea?¨
  2. Descrie ce ai vazut/ auzit/ citit… ¨Elisabeta / Andrei, atunci cand iti dai ochii peste cap / atunci cand ajungi tarziu la munca / cand spui ¨¨nu are nici un rost¨…¨
  3. Descrie ce impact are comportamentul observat. Dupa ce explicit ce ai observant, ajuta sa inteleaga care este impactul a ceea ce au facut asupra ta/ colegilor/ proiectului/ companiei. ¨Elisabeta / Andrei, cand spui ca ¨nu are niciun rost¨, colegii tai pierd motivatia. Isi pierd increderea in implicarea ta in proiect si pierzi oportunitati. De exemplu, de aceasta data ai fi putut lucra cu Dr. X si ai fi putut invata tehnica noua pe care iti doreai sa o cunosti.¨
  4. Discuta ce urmeaza. Daca dai feedback pozitiv, ofera incurajari de genul « E bine, tine-o tot asa ! ¨. Daca dai feedback negativ, ofera incurajari si sprijin pentru schimbare ¨Ce crezi ca poti face sa schimbi acest lucru? Cum te pot ajuta ?¨

Do you want to play a game?

This is a protocol that needs to be optimized. Our work revolves around protocols. As a PhD student, we read tons of scientific literature, we ask questions, we create models to test hypotheses. These models are inspired by the work of others, they are a mix of use of technology, knowledge, pragmatism and hard work. We call them protocols.

Protocols are the rules of the game. There is no such thing as a perfect protocol. Usually, you start from scratch and build it up. With time, you get to perfect it until you master it and you obtain reliable results. It arrives quite often that planning and optimizing a protocol takes more time than the actual experiment.

We love challenges. Blogging is right now an additional challenge for us. To make it right, we will start by setting up the protocol. Undoubtedly, it will need optimization. We are looking forward to your input and guidance.

We want to connect people with people. We want to put CARE back in healthcare. So this blog will host a dialogue that will help us live a smart and healthy life.

  • This dialogue is based on mutual respect. We understand and respect the fact that not everyone will fully agree with all of our ideas. We respect you. Please, show us if we are wrong, but be polite and respectful.
  • This dialogue is based on balance. We are advocates of balance in many aspects of our lives. Let’s try to be open-minded. We are not going to try to change anybody’s opinions or beliefs. If you are willing to come along with us on this journey, it is for our mutual benefit.
  • We can learn to become good communicators. It is about acquiring some skills. We can easily find ourselves in win-win situations, and find solutions to problems quickly.

Here is an example of efficient feedback. We strongly encourage you to use this technique:

  1. Ask the person you want to give feedback if they are open to it. As simple as ¨ Elisabeta / Andrei, may we give you some feedback?¨
  2. Describe what you saw, heard, read about. ¨Elisabeta / Andrei, when you roll your eyes/ when you get late to work/ when you say ¨¨there is no point¨…¨
  3. Describe the impact of the behavior. After you explain what you observed, make them understand the impact it had on you/ colleagues/ project/ company. ¨Elisabeta / Andrei, when you say ¨there is no point¨, your colleagues get unmotivated. They lose trust that you will get involved in the project and you lose opportunities. For example, last time you could have teamed up with Mr. … and you could have learned that new technique you wanted to know.¨
  4. Discuss what comes next. If you give positive feedback, give encouragements such as ¨Keep up the good work, Elisabeta /Andrei¨. If you give negative feedback, encourage for change: ¨What can you do about it? How can we help you? ¨

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