Munir Chowdhury

Munir Chowdhury

Munir is currently studying BA Hons on Travel and Tourism Management at Coventry University in order to gain an in-depth knowledge and understanding the largest service sectors industry in the world.

Location London, UK



  •  In 1956, Benjamin Bloom and his team of collaborators published their book, Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. Their framework soon became known as Bloom’s Taxonomy provides a way of categorising educational goals.
    1. Knowledge: Recall, or recognition of terms, ideas, procedure, theories, etc. When is the first day of Spring?
    2. Comprehension: Translate,...

  • Assimilation: Piaget defined assimilation as the cognitive process of fitting new information into existing cognitive schemas, perceptions, and understanding. Overall beliefs and understanding of the world do not change as a result of the new information. This means that when you are faced with new information, you make sense of this information by referring...

  • Think about describing yourself to another person without mentioning any external factors such as friends or family. Concentrate solely on yourself, how you feel and behave, what your strengths and weaknesses are, what make you angry or what makes you happy.
    This exercise is about finding out how self-aware we are as individuals. Self-awareness (sometimes...

  • As a citizen of a most civilised country, the United Kingdom in the world arena, we are always abide by code of conducts, respect & dignity and our legal precedents that we uphold over the centuries.

  • I am aware of moderator's monitoring about our posted comments. I am here to write very useful insights that can inspire our fellow learners and to make Future Learn online platform more attractive for online learning communities.

  • Thank you for informing us in advance for distressing scenario's that are occurring daily basis in the poor and under developed countries in our modern world.

  • Safeguarding is all about individuals taking responsibility, acting on any information which may suggest possible harm or abuse, and advising other team members if they have concerns. It includes developing skills around professional knowledge, expertise, and the ability to carry out, or contribute, to safeguarding adult enquiries.

    I am able to demonstrate...

  • I have completed Safeguarding Adults-Level 3 under the auspices of the health Education England. this course has emphasised on different safeguarding legislations, care act and how the NHS professionals and local authority can involved for improving safeguarding adults. This course solely focused on UK perspective.

    Therefore, the new safeguarding course...

  • I am glad to meet course authors, educators and mentors for their hard work and dedication for bringing this course for Future Learn platform learners.

  • I am Munir from London and am very interested to learn new skills and knowledge in order to broaden my knowledge as I am planning to join international NGO's in the coming future. I have no doubt, this course will help me greatly to acquire knowledge and skills to work in the socio-economic environment to eradicate poverty, equality and establish justice for...

  • A presupposition is a background belief (something that sits, unsaid, and helps provide meaning about what a person says). It's a common term in linguistics. When a person says something (makes an utterance), the meaning of that sentence has to do with the words, etc, but the meaning only exists within the context of what else is in the person's head that...

  • According to Gandhi, "Your beliefs become your thoughts. Your thoughts become your words. Your words become your actions. Your actions become your habits. Your habits become your values. Your values become your destiny.”

    Assuming against semantic theories of presupposition. In a more technically rigorous discussion, Blamey (1989) also suggests that the...

  • I have randomly used Kolbs learning cycle to foster my learning progress. Effective learning is seen when a person progresses through a cycle of four stages: of (1) having a concrete experience followed by (2) observation of and reflection on that experience which leads to (3) the formation of abstract concepts (analysis) and generalisations (conclusions)...

  • At the start of my university, course tutor advised us to follow David Kolb’s learning theory is based on a four-stage learning cycle. Kolb believes that as we learn something we go through a learning cycle. Kolb’s four-stage learning cycle shows how experience is translated through reflection into concepts, which in turn are used as guides for active...

  • Positive psychology /PREMA theory
    Positive psychology is the study of happiness, flourishing, and what makes life worth living. Seligman points to five factors as leading to well-being — positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning and purpose, and accomplishment.

    Brown, Collins & Duguid (1989) emphasise the idea of cognitive apprenticeship:...

  • I would like to lead any organisation I wish to work for. Therefore, any leadership skills and knowledge will benefit me enormously to reach that goal in the coming future.

  • My name is Munir and I have just completed my undergraduate study and am looking to enter in the job market.

  • I am very passionate about learning new skills and knowledge to enrich myself for real life scenario. I believe, learning refers to the process of gaining new knowledge or mastering new skills. Let’s say you want to know how to speak French. You might have a French instructor teach you how to speak it or you might read a lot of books about how to speak French....

  • Leadership is all about setting direction, influence and aligned with employees to achieve common aim, motivate and commit others to engage and encourage them to feel responsible for their given task. Trait theory explains that certain inborn or innate qualities and characteristics makes someone a leader such as qualities might be personalities factors,...

  • As I have just finished study and provide some glimpse from the organisational behaviour studies:
    Employee Promise also known as Employee Value Proposition is a set of offerings which an employer provides for its employees in return for the skills, capabilities and experiences they bring to the organisation.

    Distrust happens when promises go unfulfilled....

  • I want a workplace with some of the most effective benefits and incentives including working independence, development opportunities, healthcare, commuting assistance, and performance bonuses.

    Some of the desired workplace expectations are bellows:

    Satisfaction with the Environment.
    Financial Compensation.
    Inspiration for Working Smarter.

  • When defining the goals for a learning strategy most L&D teams would probably agree, that “high learner engagement” is among the key components to focus at. But what exactly is learner engagement? And how can we measure the “degree” of engagement in a training offer? I would like to provide you with a couple of metrics to look at in terms of learner...

  • Dear Adam,
    I appreciate your comments with great respect. Learning is my passion and thus I am doing this course for not only gain a certificate but also sharing my extensive knowledge and thoughts with fellow learners. My comments on every courses in this platform have created positive impact with fellow learners around the world. I am happy to say that 54...

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    Gamification is ‘’the use of game mechanics and experience design to digitally engage and motivate people to achieve their goals”. This is an interesting definition. It covers structural gamification (‘game mechanics’) and content gamification (‘experience design’) and highlights the importance of engagement and driving motivation.

    However, I had experience...

  • There is urgent need to adopt and manage remote team through adopting HR system with technology focus resource management.

  • HR is a department in a workplace that focuses on a company’s most important asset—its employees—to ensure they’re satisfied, engaged and have all the resources they need to perform as expected.

    In short, gamification is taking an activity that is not a game (such as solving equations or monitoring sales) and applying game mechanics to it in order to...

  • I learned different approach of leadership style but for me Collaborative management style and situational management style are perfect having considered in the current business climate. In this style, management creates an open forum for ideas to be discussed extensively before making decisions based on majority rule. Staff is empowered to take ownership of...

  • Employees are increasingly working remotely due to the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This article provides recommendations for HR leaders to help managers at their organizations successfully lead remote teams.
    In remote work scenarios, it is difficult for managers to maintain the same level of communication they are used to having with an in person...

  • It is all about situational leadership where unfortunate events take place like COVID. In this situation leadership adopt adjustment based on situation, using resources according to business needs.

  • In defining the concept of leadership, leaders are people who give direction to employees to perform tasks to reach the organisation’s goal. Leadership plays crucial role in motivating employees through their leadership and communication skills and inherit the vision of the organisation. The aim of the leaders to influence and inspire the employees to have a...

  • Managing people
    The way you recruit, supervise and develop your team will make a difference to how they feel about their job and their ability to work to the right standard. Most of my working life in the UK, I was employer and self- employed. I set direction for the team to achieve my business goal.

    I worked for a while and I discovered how the...

  • Participative leadership: Leadership emphasises participative approach in making decision with employees. Empowerment and motivation of staff are the advantage in this approach. For example, before making a discussion there is a discussion, there is a staff meeting monthly, rewards, business objectives to be met by giving training.

    Process Leadership: In...

  • 5C's for team management.
    Build a team which is fit for purpose. Don’t try to use the wrong tool for the job and then complain that the hammer won’t make the screw work! This involves making the correct decisions on three elements.
    Understand the people in your team, their personalities, their motivations and personal...

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    Trust is essential to an effective team, because it provides a sense of safety. When your team members feel safe with each other, they feel comfortable to open up, take appropriate risks, and expose vulnerabilities.

    However, when trust is in place, each individual in the team becomes stronger, because he or she is part of an effective, cohesive group. When...

  • What’s great about prioritisation and delegation is knowing that you have finished everything urgent so what’s left over can wait till tomorrow, or delegate it. Sometimes, it’s important to look at the items you’ve left unfinished and re-assess whether they deserve your attention.

  • There are more about taking that first step to effective prioritisation and delegation.
    Make a list of tasks
    • Make a list of what needs tackling
    • Don’t worry about priority now
    • Don’t leave anything off
    Identify Urgent ~V~ Important
    • What needs immediate attention?
    • What tasks, if not finished in the next two hours, affects your business?
    • What...

  • The reflection on elements or aspects of care, or on specific clinical experiences, is an important part of nurse development and ongoing professional practice (Rolfe, 2005). Reflection is more than simply looking back at experiences and incidents, it is a process of making sense of them, understanding all the dimensions of an experience, and using...

  • The patient perspective is central to quality improvement. This article describes how health services are involving individuals and the public in improving healthcare. It describes the importance and different methods of accessing patient and carer feedback on satisfaction, experience and outcomes, and explores current thinking on individual in...

  • There is no doubt, integrated care medical practise has lots of benefits to all patients but they need competent integrated support care staffs as well.

  • The mind and body are inseparable, and mental and physical health
    conditions are often connected. When mental and physical health
    problems are combined, people are less able to manage their conditions
    properly and their health outcomes become worse.

    Evidence shows that by joining up physical and mental healthcare, we
    can help someone to manage their...

  • There is growing evidence of the association between inflammation and stress-related disorders including depression. The positive correlation between the increased levels of inflammatory cytokines observed in patients with other diseases and the by-product of the depressive symptoms may be caused by chronic stress.

    Depression and Anxiety: Inflammation as a...

  • According to, those living with high levels of anxiety and depression were 65 percent more likely to develop a heart condition, 64 percent more likely to have a stroke, 50 percent more likely to develop high blood pressure, and 87 percent more likely to have arthritis than people who did not have anxiety or depression.

  • Emotional distress is a state of emotional suffering. The term encompasses a wide range of symptoms, but its hallmarks are the symptoms of depression and anxiety. People can experience it at any time, and it is usually temporary. Mental health disorders can cause symptoms of emotional distress that persist for long periods or occur in cycles.

    Feeling sad is...

  • I do agree with the facts that those who are suffering physical health problems, in the long term they will end up depression, anxiety to severe mental illness.

  • The report clearly illustrates how big mental health problems is ! Large numbers of people in the UK are suffering mental health on top of other
    health problems stressing out NHS and social services all over the UK. It is worth mentioning here that the report published few years ago, for now it may have doubled due to length of time and pandemic.
    I am...

  • I am thinking to study MBA in Health Care Leadership Management and looking for some scholarship funding, may be from NHS or charities or trust or from any protestive employers from health and social care sectors. The Level 4 course will play a key part of my inspiration to complete MBA as I wish to join NHS or social care sector as a leader for change. I have...

  • I am a paid subscribe member of Future Learn for two years, lots of course materials have helped me to complete my University study.

    Future Learn has become part of my daily life and source of different skills and knowledge. I am indebted to the Future Learn in many ways, a little words are not enough to express here.

  • I wish to complete up to level 4 but I don't know whether I will be allowed to pursue as I am going to be graduated in 2022.

    If there is no restriction, I hope to complete to level 4 easily, as I have completed Organisational Behaviour and Leadership module in my course of study.

  • I am very compassionate about public health and people's health and wellbeing. I have helped many people who were suffering mental and physical disabilities and empowered them through advice and guidance. I have brought many changes in their life that inspired me to do more.
    I am also passionate to learn new skills to enrich myself, offer help those who need...

  • I have worked in the advice sectors and looking to develop some skills and knowledge to understand care sector very well. May be in future, I can set up a care home or work with the NHS as I am in the selection process of NHS Graduate Leadership Programme for 2022.

  • I welcome Jo and Colin for developing this course and I look forward to gain some valuable insights about Peer Leadership in personalised care.

  • Very interesting indeed and learned new 6Rs for medicine administration.

  • It was worth reading of good practice guidance for medication and compliance of regulations and statutory requirement to maintain care home quality standard.

  • I learned about medicine management in patient's care and is a very good takeaway for me. Unfortunately, I do not work in the health care setting, therefore I am not able to explain any practical experiences.

  • I understand carer does not order medication as they are involved with patient's medication, they knows when are medicine to be run out, they need to report to the manager for ordering medication.

    Once order is placed, chemist will check thoroughly and will dispatch medicine in line with 3Rs principles.

  • Whilst using different ointments and cream for skin surface, measuring wrongly cause skin inflame as I have seen many cases. It is very useful to learn from the video as it demonstrate how to use creams and ointment with correct measure.

  • Any forms of liquid medication needs to be measures by spoon, syringe, measuring cup or dropper with great attention to details. In this case measuring right amount of liquid is important to make sure correct amount of liquid have been poured for the patient.

  • whoever administer medication, must flow the correct medicine through the chart, the dose (strength) and the time medicine is required to take. As the medicine kept in storage, dined time to take through distinguishing colours and follow the time. It requires monitoring and keep eye on details, any mistake can cause patients health and wellbeing.

  • Keeping medicine in safe storage is important, at the same time some injections, insulin must be kept in freeze. Medicine is a product and its safety is important for effectiveness.

  • Colour coded packs are very useful both carer and patients as it helps to avoid mistake or taking wrong medication at wrong time.

  • As we see on the face of the medication label is part of the MAR as it clearly states patient's name and address, name of the medication, dosages, strength.

  • This is one of the interesting part of this course. Let's begin to find out what comes after.

  • People Skills is a give and take relationship based on a simple truth that we need each other to co-exist. It also builds a relationship of trust, respect and productive interactions which is important for all the employees to ensure in the smooth functioning of an organisation.

    People Skills add value to the organisation. They are those sets of ideas that...

  • I have completed HR Fundamentals last year and intent to complete to this one. I always find interest to complete any CIPD courses offered here in Future learn online platform.

    I always take part in discussions and share my thoughts with fellow learners.

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    I am planning to apply Chartered Member middle of the next year through the experience route. I am studying CIPS Level 4 on Procurement and Supply Chain and also final year of undergraduate in Business Management course at Coventry University.
    I hold law degree and practised 10 year as legal adviser in legal fields, running business. Due to my career...

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    Most of my life in the UK, I was self employed and employer in the legal fields for more than 10 years. Once I ceased the business, I worked for sometimes with different organisations.
    I regret to say that I became very shocked to see how managers are lacking to shore up their teams, lack of knowledge, ethics , employment law, equality and diversity,...

  • In a world where the diversity in the workplace is only increasing, People Management skills mean more than just having the posture and the look of a boss. It is about forming and cementing relationships, providing the right motivation, keeping the team on track, understanding the needs of an individual and helping people meet their goals. People Management...

  • These all about compliance rules and regulations related to administering medication and upholding patients safety and wellbeing.

  • This week I learned when covert medicine administration is necessary for the best interest of the patient, why crush in medication is required in considering patients health condition.

    Rectal absorption results in more of the drug reaching the systemic circulation with less alteration on route. As well as being a more effective route for delivering...

  • Task: 1
    Before considering covert administration, you should test decisions and actions against the five key principles under Mental Capacity Act
    Best interest
    Medicine Specific
    Regular review
    It is important for those who are mentally incapacitate to take or decide about their medication. In this case, covert medication are justified for...

  • It is important to maintain hygiene during the patient care. It gives carer safety and also builds confidence with patients. Health and Safety regulation imposes duty of care for maintaining hygiene for preventing contamination of virus or germs.

  • Such capacity is determined by the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and the medicine is deemed essential to the person’s health and wellbeing. Covert administration must be the least restrictive option after trying all other options.

    Monitoring compliance

    • All staff’s medicines management competencies must be checked
    periodically according to policy. This...

  • It seeks to ensure that medicines are only administered to the person for whom they are prescribed, given in the right dose, at the right time by the right method/route.