Competencies and knowledge areas required to work as an

Assignment Detail:- ASSESSMENT PORTFOLIO There are a range of skills, competencies and knowledge areas required to work as an effective and ethical health practitioner OBJECTIVES LO1- Examine the biopsychosocial, cultural and historical factors that shape the conceptualisation of mental health and common mental illnesses-LO2- Respond to a person having a mental health crisis-LO3- Differentiate between the clinical presentations associated with common mental illnesses-LO4- Explain the statutory regulations that apply to people experiencing serious mental illness-LO5- Explain how recovery values inform contemporary mental health practice- *TASK 1: CULTURALLY SAFE CARE Based on week 1 and 2 learning resources, identify 1-2 key principles you consider to be important when caring for people with mental illness in two of the following population groups:You may choose to use one principle and apply to both groups, or a different principle for each group-1- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples2- People living in rural and remote areas3- Refugees4- Culturally and linguistically diverse people-The main element of this Portfolio task is developing guiding principles for mental health care- Your answer should also include a brief explanation of why these principles are necessary, and how they respond to the needs of the two population groups identified- Submit a Word document -700 + 10% words-- TASK 2: ISBAR TEMPLATE PART A -400 WORDS-:Prepare for this Part by• watching the videos on communicating using the ISBAR • downloading and reading the ISBAR Learning Guide from the Assessment 1 Resources folder• downloading and reading the ISBAR Template-Start the task by watching the following video of a General Practitioner interviewing a Woman experiencing panic and anxiety- As you watch, record details of the woman's story and situation, her understandings and those of the clinician- Complete the ISBAR Template based on your observations from the video- Consider what you would need to communicate if you were referring the consumer to another health worker -who does not have any information on her-- Use the ISBAR Learning Guide -in week 3 content- to help you formulate your responses- Remember that as this is a handover tool, all information must be from the scenario and written in a clear and concise manner but with essential details- If there are gaps or no information has been provided, you can indicate that further information is required- You may use dot-points to record your handover information-The word count of 400 words allows description, but you will need to be concise- PART B -400 WORDS-:In 400 words, respond to the following question, reflecting on the example you've discussed in Part A:What principles of recovery were demonstrated during the interview between the clinician and the consumer???? Briefly explain the principles that you observed and describe how they were demonstrated- Include your response in the appropriate section of the ISBAR template-Submit your completed ISBAR Template as a Word document by the end of Week 4-The ISBAR Template will be marked on completion of the template -45%-, principles of recovery -40%- and presentation -15%-- TASK 4: VULNERABLE GROUPS AND SELF HARM In a Word document, respond to the following two questions- 1- Certain groups are considered vulnerable in our society, including children and adolescents, the aged and LBGTIQ+ people- Discuss considerations when providing mental health care to one of the above groups- -~400 words-- You will need to describe considerations for when working with one of the groups listed- Reflect on the course content discussed in week 9 to determine which processes might be put in place when working with this group- 2- What should you consider when working with a person who is at-risk of self-harm???? Provide your rationale- -~400 words--You will need to reflect on the course content discussed in week 8- Submit a Word document as your response -800 + 10%- by the end of Week 10- Please note: whilst you will not be penalised for exceeding the word limit, your marker will stop reading text that exceed the limit i-e- anything past the word limit will not be marked- Your submission will be marked on your considerations when working with the vulnerable group; Considerations when working with a person who is at risk of self-harm; Presentation Note: Need only TASK 1 Attachment:- Portfolio_Details-rar

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