HFB2223 - Clinical Practice 4
|1.||Articulate what is meant by the term Mental Health, including the mental health classification system and the history of mental health management;|
|2.||Contextualise the mental health profile and epidemiology of the Australian population;|
|3.||Analyse and assess how psychosocial, lifestyle and cultural factors influence societal perceptions and potential treatment of mental health disorders;|
|4.||Articulate the aetiology, pathophysiology, therapeutic and pharmacological management of common mental health disorders; and|
|5.||Argue the approach, assessment and management strategies that can be utilised by paramedics and other health professionals for various mental health conditions informed by relevant legislation, regulations and/or policies.|
|Case Study||Case Study in class||40%|
|Presentation||In class Group Presentation (20mins per group)||40%|
Mental health Care 3rd ed.
Hungerford, C., Hodgson, D., Bostwick, R., Clancy, R., Murphy, G., de Jong, G., & Ngune, I. (2018)
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