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Assignment Task 1. Discuss five (5) reasons for research to be undertaken in the Mental Health sector & provide an example for each reason. 2. Identify two sources of reliable and credible information and explain why these sources are valid 3 Demonstrate an understanding that there are rules of evidence that guide research 4 Name two duty of care considerations that you must consider when conducting research 5 Describe the differences between evidence based practise, continuous quality improvement, and research 6 Demonstrate understanding that there is an accepted set of steps when carrying out research, explain what this process it 7 Identify and describe the importance of 2 ethical and 2 cultural factors that might impact research 8 Name 2 agencies that provide advocacy services for people experiencing MH issues 9 Define and provide an example of how each of the following processes might be used when interpreting research data Comparing Contrasting Challenging Reflecting Distinguishing relevant data Drawing interdisciplinary connections 10 Recognise the complexity in trying to balance the rights of the individual and the rights of a community by analysing how yo would do this with the example of someone with an AOD issue 11 Provide a definition and an example for each of the following Duty of Care Human Rights Mandatory reporting Discrimination Confidentiality, privacy and disclosure Informed consent Organisation and legal complaints process Power of attorney Guardianship including legal status of parents and guardians of people under the age of 18 Rights and responsibilities of clients, workers and organisations 12 Compare and contrast the UN Declaration of Human Rights and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and describe how they relate to each other 13 Describe what is the HR framework in Australia and be able to state 2 HR instruments 14 For each group in the table, outline two current advocacy issues that are facing the group 15 Referring to one of the groups in the table above, explore how the identified advocacy issues is related to social and community needs, as well as how it relates to government policies 16 Able to identify key stakeholders relating to a group and explain how you would access them from a systems advocacy perspective 17 Provide an example of how you would raise awareness, act or write on behalf of someone else if you were in an advocacy role 18 Explain how you would ensure there was relevant and equal participation from key stakeholders in the decision making process 19 Explain how electronic campaigning like the use of social media, and other media, can play a role in political lobbying 20 Complete the table exploring how structural, political and social factors work to keep discrimination happening. Demonstrate ability to consider how these complex, powerful issues can influence the experience of people with MH issues 21 Analyse how different types of power and the way power dynamics operate can affect our ability to advocate for certain groups 22 Be able to understand and describe broadly the culture of the MH sector in a way that shows an understanding of the common shared ideals, value and beliefs help by those within the sector. 23 Identify and explain different models of negotiation that might be useful in the advocacy process 24 Understanding of different types of management and leadership


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