Clinical practice is guided by nursing theory

1.Clinical practice is guided by nursing theory. There are many…
1.Clinical practice is guided by nursing theory. There are many different theories in regards to mental illness. Phil Barker is renowned for his Tidal Model which looks at the recovery journey.

Outline three principles of this theory

2.Define and give a rationale for the indicated key features that relate to the Mental Health Act QLD 2016 as identified below:

The following websites will assist (use the contents index in the website link if needed to locate relevant information):

3. Outline the main objectives of the Act

4. State eight reasons why a patient may be classified as an involuntary patient?

5.Treatment in the community

a.Definition of a Community Treatment Order:

b.Rationale for implementation:

6.Capacity to consent

Define ‘capacity’ as per the Qld MH Act 2016. State five conditions

7.Privacy and confidentiality

State two Policies and or Procedures to establish privacy and confidentiality regarding patient information in Mental Health Care

8.Outline two provisions in the Mental Health Act (2016) where private and confidential information of a patient can be shared without consent

9 .Admission procedures – what must happen immediately after the client has been admitted to a secured unit in an authorised mental health facility?

10.Role of the Authorised Mental Health Practitioner (AMHP) during the assessment and transfer as per the Mental Health Act (2016)

a.State the authority an AMHP has to perform a Mental Status examination (MSE) in the community:

b.State the authority an AMHP has to transport a patient for assessment:

11. Outline four (ways that you as the nurse can ensure that your own interactions with a person experiencing a mental illness is therapeutic and positive

12. State seven Rights of the patient according to the Mental Health Act (2016)