CHCMHS001 Mental Health Issues: Prejudice and Discrimination

Questions:

  1. Define the key issues of prejudice and discrimination and explain how they impact on people with mental health needs.
  2. What is the principle of recovery as it relates to the mental health sector?
  3. Explain the principles of empowerment and disempowerment and what they mean for a person with mental health needs.Question
  4. What are the basic rights of people with mental health needs?
  5. How do the principles of access and equity apply to people with mental illness who come from a variety of social, cultural and spiritual backgrounds?
  6. Explain the concept of “Citizenship” in relation to mental health.
  7. Through research, briefly outline how attitudes to mental health and approaches to working with people with mental illness have changed in a historical context.  
  8. Briefly outline how societal views of mental health and approaches to working with people with mental illness have changed in a social context. 
  9. Explain how Australian government policies and initiatives affect the mental health sector. Give an example with your answer.
  10. Conduct research and provide a brief description of the economic context of mental health in Australia including: 

     a.  costs related to government support for the mental health sector and 
    b.    the economic impact of mental health issues on individuals and groups.
    Support your response with references as required.

  11. What are the legal and ethical rights of a person with mental illness in terms of discrimination?
  12. List two human rights important for a person with a mental health issue.
  13. Describe a situation in which mandatory reporting may be required when working with people with mental illness.
  14. What are the legal and ethical considerations around privacy and confidentiality? List two organisational policy and protocols help maintain a person’s privacy and confidentiality.
  15. What is a code of practice, and what is its role in ensuring legal and ethical requirements are considered when working with people with mental health needs?
  16. Why is it necessary to get informed consent from a person with mental health issues before gathering and interpreting information from others? What is the legal consideration surrounding disclosure of information to others?
  17. Identify and give a brief overview of four of the main types of mental illness most commonly identified in the mental health sector and the community.
  18. Explain the strategy of recovery-oriented practice and how it supports empowerment and recovery.
  19. Why is community education and awareness important in the promotion of mental health and prevention/reduction of the impact of mental health issues?
  20. Explain what is meant by a holistic approach when suggesting strategies that support empowerment and recovery.
  21. Explain the benefits of early intervention as a principle of the mental health sector.
  22. Why is it important to avoid imposing your own values and attitudes when supporting a person with mental health needs?
  23. Identify two myths that are commonly held about mental illnesses. Provide the actual facts next to each myth.
  24. Explain how the principles of social justice and inclusion can increase mental health outcomes of empowerment and recovery?
  25. Cite two examples of instruments, that can be referred to by a worker, employer or an individual to be informed of their rights and responsibilities when working with people with mental health issues?
       .organisational policies, procedures, protocols and (2 examples)
    .legislative instruments such as Acts and Standards (2 examples)
  26. Briefly outline the impact of the National standards for mental health services 2010 on individual workers who work with people with mental illness. Provide two examples with your answer.
  27. Are there any consequences for a breach of the National standards for mental health services 2010? Explain your answer.
  28. What are the legal and ethical considerations on workplace health and safety that a community worker should consider when working with people with mental health issues?
  29. What might be an organisation’s policy on the rights of a person to allow children into the mental health service workplace?
  30. Conduct research on the National framework for recovery-oriented mental health services in Australia. How does this framework contribute to the improvement of the quality of life and outcomes for people with mental health issues?
    Support your response with references as required.
  31. Cite at least three services that can be offered by community service facilities that addresses the needs and rights of a person with mental health issues?
  32. Provide examples of two types of organisational records that would be used to document interactions with and services for a person with mental illness.
  33. Outline two appropriate responses to a person who is demonstrating changes in their mental health, mental distress or are in crisis.
  34. Providing care to people with mental health needs/issues can be very challenging as often a worker handles client situations and information that are very sensitive. Workers may also encounter situations where they may be asked for services or support that are beyond their roles as support workers.
    Cite some organisational policies, procedures or guidelines that can help a worker keep work role and professional boundaries when dealing with a person with mental health issues.
  35. Provide an example of a circumstance where a referral is appropriate because the person you are supporting has needs that are beyond your abilities and work role or the person requires services that are not being offered by your facility.
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