Mental health Vs Mental illness In 500 words compare and contrast the terms mental health and mental illness. You must use a minimum of 4 current references in your response

Mental health Vs Mental illness

Assessment Task 2: Information from the ePortfolio Assessment Goals: 1. To gauge the students’ comprehension of the curriculum in light of the course learning goals.
The assignment was to create an e-portfolio that showed comprehension of the module’s material.
Your weekly learnings contain a set of seven questions that collectively make up this assessment.
There will be a word restriction for each question, and APA referencing must be used correctly.
Due Date: January 30, 2017, 11:45 p.m. (Queensland time).
Summary of Contents
1 ePortfolio Information for Assessment Task 2 Assessment Goals: 1
The Work:
Deadline: 1
Tasks: 4
Mental well-being versus mental disease 4
2: Mental Status Check 4
3. Diagnostic Classifications 4
4. Risk Evaluation
Interventions: four
6. Looking into local resources for mental health
7. Thoughts: 5 Additional Details 6 Requirements for the Overall Presentation: 6
6 words maximum.
References: Assessing 6 Two: A Detailed Marking Guide 7 Not Tried/Not Shown (0, 1, or 2): Seven Superficially demonstrated (three or four): 7 Acceptable (5–6): 7: Effective Understanding (7-8) 8 Outstanding (9–10): 8 Marking Manual 1: Mental health vs. mental disease
Compare and contrast the terms mental illness and mental health in 500 words. In your response, you must cite no less than four recent sources.
2. Mental Health Assessment
Fill out the MSE on Jonathan from the first two films using the assessment prompt sheet from Assessment One, then link it to your ePortfolio.
3. Diagnostic groupings
Select one of the options below.
• Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD); • Schizophrenia; • Panic Disorder
Write a 500-word explanation of the diagnostic criteria that includes details like prevalence, diagnostic issues related to culture and gender, and differential diagnosis.
4. Risk Evaluation
You must finish the risk assessment from your MH prompts document and add it to your ePortfolio after seeing the videos in Module 5 of the course.
Interventions: 5.
The fact that Jonathan has begun taking antidepressants worries Jane a lot. Select just one antidepressant medicine from the SSRI or SNRI groups. Describe the information you would tell Jane about this in 500 words or less. Include any other information you see important, as well as adverse effects and long-term results. A minimum of four sources must be cited in your work references.
6. Looking into the mental health resources in your area
For this week’s ePortfolio assignment, you must research the services that Jonathan might be able to access in your neighborhood.
Remember to list any services that may be accessed through the phone or the internet. List at least 10 services in your MH&MHN ePortfolio, including both public and private sector services as well as NGOs, and then choose three services to elaborate on—one of which must be a government service, and the other two must contain at least one service from the other sectors.
Give a brief description of each service—no more than 200 words—along with information about what they offer, how they are provided, and how they are funded.
7. Reflection: As the final component of your e-portfolio and the course’s culmination, you must critically evaluate your educational experience.
In light of your weekly reflections, take a moment to consider the following questions:
• What am I aware of about mental health? Do I worry or have any fears regarding my mental health? How should I respond to those I see or know who are dealing with a mental health issue? –
You should review your answers to these questions and then critically evaluate them in light of the new information you have learned.
Take into account the following in your response:
• Has the answer changed at all?
• What do you believe led to this? Why do you think this is the case if nothing has changed?
What is the course’s “take-home message” for you?
350 to 400 maximum words
Additional Details
General presentation specifications:
• The following are the prerequisites for a minimum presentation:
• Contents page; • Cover page
• Every question begins on a separate page.
• The assignment must be listed as a header.
• The ePortfolio should only contain one complete reference list at the conclusion, not throughout the body or before the evaluation criteria.
• The evaluation standards that are included at the document’s conclusion
Word Count:
The specified word restrictions, which take in-text referring into account, have a 10% +/- range. Information that is 10% or more in excess will not be marked.
References: • The following details concern referencing in this evaluation:
Peer-reviewed journals should constitute the majority.
Do not reference school materials, dictionaries, or encyclopedias. You do not need to cite the Jonathan videos. References must be less than ten years old. Websites and textbooks can be utilized, but sparingly.
Second Assessment: What the Marking Guide Is
(0, 1, or 2) Not Attempted/Not Demonstrated:
Presentation: According to Moodle guidelines, there is no indication of a title page, table of contents, or reference list in the submission.
References: does not include current references to back up claims, facts, or quotations. There are numerous referencing errors. The reference list does not follow APA formatting standards. Because the references on the reference list are brief and not all of them are used in the exercises, there is no sign that the author has read extensively on the subject.
Language: Ten or more errors in punctuation, grammar, and spelling
Typical Tasks: Attempts to do the assignment as given were not discernible. If the task is attempted but no understanding is shown or a response is given, the task is off-topic or unrelated.
Superficially Demonstrated (3 or 4): According to Moodle rules, the presentation is lacking three or more components.
Referencing: Incorporates current references on occasion to support and reflect ideas, facts, and quotations. irregularities in the referencing. The reference list follows the APA presentation standards. Evidence of extensive research on the issue is provided by a respectable number of references, all of which are cited in the activities themselves.
Language: 7–10 errors in punctuation, grammar, and spelling
The general task was attempted, but there was insufficient evidence of knowledge to get a pass. Regarding the task, there is no guidance provided. does not show signs of critical thought, and the argument is not cohesive.
Satisfactory (5–6): According to Moodle guidelines, two presentational components are missing.
References: appropriately integrating current sources to support and reflect ideas, facts, and quotations. irregularities in the referencing. The reference list follows the APA presentation standards. A sufficient reference list, all of which are included in the activities’ main body, serves as proof that the author did extensive reading on the subject.
Language: 5-7 grammatical, spelling, and punctuation errors.
General Assignment: Only briefly demonstrating the relevance of the information The prescribed assessment task is addressed in the content. Occasionally, it is repetitious or disjointed. The content offers enough evidence-based justifications for all interventions.
Excellent comprehension (7-8):
Presentation: One component is missing in accordance with Moodle guidelines.
References: In general, references that are current are incorporated to support and reflect ideas, facts, and quotations. accurately cited in most cases. The reference list follows the APA presentation standards. A long list of references that are all included in the activity’s main body provides proof that the author did extensive reading on the subject.
No more than five grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors in the language
General Task: Clearly illustrates the relevance of the topic and exhibits thorough analysis of the majority of the prescribed assessment task’s components. The strategy provides a clear response to the query, and the argument develops logically with a reason for each intervention that is supported by well-defined facts.
Very good (9–10):
Presentation: Compliant with Moodle Guidelines
References: Consistently include current citations to back up and represent all claims, facts, and quotations. reference accuracy that is constant. The reference list follows the APA presentation standards. A long list of references that are all included in the activity’s main body serves as proof that the author has read much on the subject.
Language: Punctuation, spelling, and grammar are all correct.
General Assignment: The work consistently and accurately reflects the task at hand. A comprehensive examination of all facets of the prescribed assessment job and a thorough illustration of the content’s relevance are both clearly discernible. Content that fully demonstrates the capacity for critical thought and decision-making.
Name of Marking Guide: Raw Mark/100
This test accounts for 60% of your final grade.
Mark: 60 Grade:
Comments:
Criteria
0 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 9 – 10
Mental Well-Being vs. Mental Illness: 0 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 9 – 10
MSE 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10/10
Diagnostic Standards 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10/10
Assessment of Suicide Risk 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10/10
Psychopharmacology: 0-1-2-4-5-7-8-9-10
Interventions in Therapy 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10/10
0 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 9 – 10
In general, using language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10/10 Referencing 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

 

 

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