Introduction

So, where are we heading in this lesson?

In this lesson, we’ll explore the importance of asking the right questions. This lesson also gets you to consider how you structure your questions as well as your relationship with the person you're asking questions to. We also introduce the concept of using insight, relevance and actionable criteria as approaches for questioning.

As in other lessons, we’ll get you to reflect individually on a situation in which you were asked to initiate an intervention based on limited evidence, if you challenged this and the implications for decision making.

We also encourage you to take part in the community forum which provides the collaborative space to share your thinking and ideas with others. In this lesson we’ll ask you to think about what area of people practice you think is most affected by a lack of insight and what implications you see that having?

Review what others have posted to gain wider understanding on the theme from people professionals working in different contexts. Support the learning community by reading the contributions of others, 'liking' those you find helpful and add your unique reflections to the conversation.

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