Write literally anything you want, Narrative Essay wise, MLA format, and at least a page and a half long. thanks!!
In order for us to have stimulating (rather than superficial) discussions, it is essential that you first take the time to actively gather and reflect on your own thoughts. Before being influenced by the thoughts and ideas of others, I want you all to take the time to think about the readings.
How do they reflect (or conflict with) your lived experiences?
What do you think is missing from their perspective?
How do you think their methods of gathering data may have affected their findings?
Your reflection must be uploaded to Moodle prior to Tuesday’s class, and kept handy for your reference during class. It should directly engage with both readings and grapple with either how those readings inform your understanding of yourself or the world, or with how your experiences inform your understanding of the research.
For full credit, the paper must: a) directly address the reading, b) be at least one page in length (i.e., 450+ words), c) provide a thoughtful integration of the readings and real-life experiences (yours or others).
Does not need to be in essay format, its simply answering the questions given in the first perspective
Remind us what the legal field wants from mental health experts!
Does this list surprise you?
Do you think these “wants” are aligned with what mental health experts are best at providing/knowing?
Are there things that you wish were on this list, but are not?
How can mental health experts “advertise” to the legal field other areas of expertise that they might have?
does not need to be in essay format. just answering all questions
- Diagnostic or Screening method
- Choose from one of the following topics below to select a screening tool:
- Partner Abuse/Domestic Abuse Screening
- Family Violence Screening Tool
- alcohol misuse screening tool
- Next, choose adiagnostic or screening method (related to your choice from the
list of health issue above). You may use one of the following websites below to
locate a screening tool, a scholarly article, or a tool from a professional website of
your choice (for example, from the American Psychological Association).
- S. Preventative Services Task Force
- Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
- Then, answer each question below.
- Describe the diagnostic or screening tool selected, its purpose, and what age group it targets.
- Has it been specifically tested in this age group?
- Discuss the predictive ability of the test. For instance, how do you know the test is reliable and valid? What are the reliability and validity values? What are the predictive values?
- Is it sensitive to measure what it has been developed to measure, for instance, HIV, or depression in older adults, or Lyme disease? Would you integrate this tool into your advanced practice based on the information you have read about the test, why or why not?
- You should include 2 scholarly articles from the last five (5) years and 1 source from the
Curly Cupp, L. A. (2020). Population-based nursing: Concepts and competencies for
advanced practice. (Chapter 3) I uploaded in the file.
- No introduction needed. Just follow all the instruction above and answer each question.
Please label question then answer.