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...Culturally Competent Care Nursing Culturally Competent Care Analysis of Department of Veterans Affairs Richmond VA Introduction The department of Veterans Affairs is a government authorized establishment that has traditionally served soldiers enrolled in the United States army after completing their period of service for the nation. Like all other organizations, the department of Veterans Affairs has experienced various changes as well as challenges. This has particularly happened due to the many veterans that require professional care after completing their term of service. In the past ten years, the United States has been at war in Afghanistan as well as Iraq. This means... of...
Culturally competent service
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...culturally skilled to deliver culturally competent healthcare service. According to the model of Leininger, cultural and social structures may impact health disparities. Patients who belong to low socioeconomic level are often times the most vulnerable to be discriminated. One reason for this disparity points to the role of health insurance on health care services. Ethnic groups living in far flung areas in most cases are not offered health insurance or have a hard time to reimburse their medical coverage thus at often times they are denied treatment because physicians have little incentives from them. In...
Culturally Competent Nursing Care
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...Culturally Competent Nursing Care Question: Describe 5 points or areas that would affect nursing care for a person of Filipino culture. For each of the 5 areas, explain what changes should be made in nursing care to provide culturally competent care. Introduction Nursing care is a vital part of our society as it is directly connected to social welfare of people who cannot independently carry out routine activities of life. Since it is a direct function of interaction with people, it is significantly influenced by cultural and ethnic factors. Healthcare professionals must...
Culturally competent nursing care
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...work for us. The emphasis on cultural diversity must be practiced. However old-fashioned they may sound, the patients are to be respected for their values, decisions and ideas on health care. Demographic changes have reflected an increasingly diverse population globally. The immigration of people of varying races, ethnicity and cultures into America has similarly changed the demography. This increasingly multicultural profile of the American population requires that nurses provide culturally competent care in nursing. Leininger (1999) defined transcultural nursing “as a formal area of study, research... The need for multi-cultural diversity in the nursing practice An interesting incident occurred on...
Culturally Competent Ethical Decision Making
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...Culturally Competent Ethical Decision Making of Teacher Culturally Competent Ethical Decision Making Step Description of the issue The case of Maya, who was a patient under my care in the psychiatric ward in Southern Health, was a case which presented before me the greatest culturally defined ethical dilemma I ever experienced in my profession so far. Maya was a 28 year old Asian woman married to a White American and she had an 8-year old son in that marriage. She was admitted to the hospital after she started showing symptoms of extreme depression and anxiety. All this had started after she came to know...
Becoming A Culturally Competent Counselor
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...work for one student, may not always work for another. Within the same text, describe five weaknesses you currently have which could prevent you from being a cultural competent counselor? My weaknesses in this same regard include: limited knowledge about other cultures, procrastination, bluntness, empathy, and a limited delegation skills. I still have not quite gained enough knowledge about other people’s cultures. My sense of perfection about my craft dictates that I should know as much as I can about the cultures that I might meet in my practice. Admittedly, my weakness on this regard is the limited knowledge about the different minority cultures in society. They are the ones... Becoming a...
Review emerging standards of culturally competent care .
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...social conditions require critical care nurses to develop cultural competency in their work places in a way that would help promote interpersonal bond with patients. As Flowers (2004) states, “as patient’s advocates, critical care nurses are required to support decisions made by patients or patients’ families that may reflect a cultural... ? Emerging Standards for Culturally Competent Care Introduction The past two-three decades witnessed tremendouschanges in healthcare system as a whole that has intensified the challenge of meeting cultural competence in nursing practices. The emergence of culturally competent care approach is mainly attributed to the increasingly diverse populations across the globe...
Emerging Standards of Care: Culturally Competent Healthcare.
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...competency is somewhat a part of transcultural nursing that enables nurses to work with people of different cultures. Cultural competency is now widely utilized to bridge the gap of cultural differences among communities such as language differences and other barriers to be able to bring unbiased health care regardless of culture. Key words: culture, cultural competency, multicultural society, barriers Emerging Standards of Care: Culturally Competent Healthcare In a vast multi...
Review emerging standards of culturally competent care .
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...social conditions require critical care nurses to develop cultural competency in their work places in a way that would help promote interpersonal bond with patients. As Flowers (2004) states, “as patient’s advocates, critical care nurses are required to support decisions made by patients or patients’ families that may reflect... Emerging Standards for Culturally Competent Care Introduction The past two-three decades witnessed tremendous changes in healthcare system as a whole that has intensified the challenge of meeting cultural competence in nursing practices. The emergence of culturally competent care approach is mainly attributed to the increasingly diverse populations across the globe especially in ...
Obstructions to culturally competent medical care
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...cultural and tribal differences that exist within the health care system. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) agency has taken a uniform approach to tackle this issue and carefully address the needs of the minority and foreign-born populations. On the other hand, OMH has also been working for the same cause and has provided $7 million of funds to develop the lagging culturally competent health care system in the country. By the end of the nineties... INTRODUCTION The discrepancy in the existing health system and admittance to medical care facilities that subsist amid the minority sections of the population of United States has been accepted as a familiar problem by the government...
Psychological Treatment of Culturally Diverse Populations
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...cultural influence. As a result they do not address their mental health problems or they wait until their condition becomes debilitating. The dilemma for psychologists who struggle to be culturally responsive and competent is how to incorporate their abilities into work with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds. As a professions, they should be aware of the standards in the APA Ethics Code, however, they should bear in mind that strictly sticking to the guidelines sometimes may result in substandard care of the client. Consequently, the direction ought to be interpreted and implemented with attention to the individual case... Psychological treatment of culturally diverse populations The United s...
Application of the Nursing Process to Delivery Culturally Competent Care
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...Culturally Competent Care Application of the Nursing Process to Delivery Culturally Competent Care As a professional, I believe in the diversities of the society. So, while discharging my duties, I always strive to do my best for the sake of my patients. Being a native white would not bar me from effectively serving patients from diverse cultural backgrounds such as the Hispanics. However, to do my work well, I have to establish an effective interpersonal communication with all the patients. This would begin by understanding, respecting, accepting and appreciating their culture. According to the Hispanic culture, healthcare is a very important thing that should be availed to the people... Delivery of...
Developing a Culturally Competent Health Network: A Planning Framework and Guide
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...cultural awareness demonstrated in the LVHN setting? 2. Differentiate the work system model and the three-phase transition model noted in the discourse. 3. What was the cultural awareness mission statement designed by LVHN? Reference Gertner, E., Sabino, J., Mahady, E., Deitrick, L., Patton, J., Grim, M., et al. (2010). Developing a Culturally Competent Health Network: A Planning Framework and Guide. Journal of Healthcare Management, Vol. 55, No. 3, 190-204.... ? Article Review: Developing a Culturally Competent Health Network: A Planning Framework and Guide Developing a Culturally Competent Health Network: A Planning...
Social work
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...Cultural Competence in Social Work Introduction In the United s, cultural competence is a significant element in the provision of health and human services, particularly due to the steadily increasing diversity in large urban centers as well as small rural towns. As a practitioner in health and human services, it is fundamental to acquire skills for interacting with people of varying cultures. In essence, cultural competence involves an individual’s awareness on his or her culture, attitude towards differences in...
Day in the ife of counselor, psychologist & social worker
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...psychologist has to observe the client’s body language and listen attentively in order to diagnose the problems of a patient (Landrum & Davis, 2010). Psychologists have to liaise with other coworkers and staff members when not undertaking a session with a patient. Psychologists who work with mental health patients have to meet with medical practitioners and nurses to get information about the progress of the patients. The psychologist keeps records in accordance with the ethical code for psychologists. Evenings are reserved for study, research and other activities. Social Worker Social workers are professionals... Day in the Life of a Human Services Professional Introduction The human services sector...
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...work habits. That said, I am by no means perfect. There is much that I still need to learn, about my work and the people that I may eventually help. Still I am comfortable with myself and believe I have a strong foundation to be of service to others. In today’s society the greatest bias comes in the form of the “isms,” as Ruth Lipschutz, a licensed clinical social worker, in her article, Ethics Corner: Cultural Competence and Social Work... ? Due Introduction I have been in the company of many people in my life of different backgrounds and different career paths. There nothing more disturbing than when someone who chose an occupation where helping people is the priority speak ill or offensively about the ...
Define the term culturally competent organisation and elaborate what actions could be taken by the organisation to increase its cultural competency.
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...social fabric and help build a nation which truly becomes a symbol of unity in diversity which has been the hallmark of all great civilisations throughout human history. Becoming aware of the ethnic groups which are to be served In order to be really effective, a healthcare institution needs to identify the ethnic groups which fall under its area of operation. As already mentioned globalisation has led to a massive movement of human beings and institutions now span oceans and have footprints across continents. It is only natural that a culturally competent organisation... Culturally Competent Organisations September 2008 Introduction In this world of globalization, political boundaries are fast getting...
Social work
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...social working skills and therapy methods. This post significantly enhanced my communication skills, patience with children, and initiative to offer social support. I needed this enhancement considering I only had experience with children going back to the foster care ran by my aunt when I was 12 years old. I enjoy helping children come more aware of newly learned principles and beliefs while expressing respect for the individual, background cultures, beliefs, principles, and preferences. I want to help children with physical or learning disabilities and autism. At the child services centre, I cared... Running Head: SOCIAL WORK SOCIAL WORK PERSONAL MENT By Social Work Personal Statement Social work is m...
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...Social Work Jane Addams lived between 1860 and 1935. A settlement house reformer, women rights activist and pacifist, she is knownfor founding Hull-house, which typified social work at that time. In 1888, in a visit to England with her friend, she was motivated by a settlement house that she saw at that place. Upon their return to American, Addams and her friend chose Hull mansion, a building that was at that time used as a warehouse. Addams used experimental models that entailed trying solutions to check whether they would work. Addams trained people to keep in touch with the needs of neighbors, and through this she was able to establish Hull-House, an institution that is now known globally...
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...Social Work Insert Insert Introduction The brief presentation will be about an analysis of two theories about the intervention of social work. These principles consist of “Task-Centered Approach” and “Crisis Intervention”. They are methodologies of interventions that mainly address how they are applicable to social work, what their implication is to social work and what is similar when practicing social work. From a theoretical and practical perspective, the two theories, crisis intervention, and task-centered approaches have a common understanding. The two have confirmed over time to be helpful when dealing with various clients. The latter is according to research in social work. According... ...
Social Work
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...social workers, there also has to be sufficient support for social workers. Fargion's research indicated that more than failure of supervision of values development, deterioration can be attributed to work stress and interpersonal conflict. Ortner (2006) points out that one of the challenges in the supervision of values development is its fluidity across cultures and societies. This will then require unique programs however considering the level of diversity in societies today, the range of competencies necessary is often beyond the resources... Introduction In recent years, there has been greater recognition of the role of social work in addressing critical social issues specially those that concern...
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...culture, ethnicity, and racism. By the time they seek help, the issue will be in a chronic state. This approach has six stages namely: defining the problem, ensuring client safety, providing support, examining alternatives, making plans, and obtaining commitment (ibid). Now, it becomes evident that both the approaches are highly beneficial tools in social work as both believe in the centeredness of individuals and both are based on the theory of empowering the clients to manage... ?Social Work: Task Centered Approach and Crisis Intervention Introduction The Crisis intervention therapy as Whittaker (n.d defines focuses on bringing a person back to the normal level of functioning when the person gets...
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...Social Work: Chapter Reflection The book “Contemporary Human Behavior Theory” by Robbins, Susan et al is a book that talks about the human behavior and the various theories that are used to understand how human beings behave in the society and in different contextual settings. The first chapter of the book begins with the origination of the book and the rationale that was used to select the theories of the human behavior that the authors discussed in the book (Robbins et. 2). From the first chapter I was able to understand how the authors were going to discuss the human behavior theories and how they related to an understanding of how men and women behave. From the first chapter, I was able... ...
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...Social Work The situation which was described in the case is extremely interesting as well as essential for the development of a socially responsible community. Indeed, as described in the case, there is a difficult choice that the healthy part of the population has to make: keep individuals who struggle with certain disabilities institutionalized or allow them to live a limited yet quite active life. One would make not mistake suggesting that the political perspective of Democrats will be more suitable in this particular case. There are several reasons to that. First of all, it is quite clear that not only Sandra, but also other people...
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...Social work Social Work Question 2-Liberal and Conservative Approaches There are various approaches that can be employed in the field of social work. Of the approaches, the most common perspectives include the conservative, as well as the liberal approach. Based on the conservative approach, there is advocacy for the provision of welfare services to people who are not in a position to provide for their needs. According to conservatives, there is no need to support programs that advocate for people’s entitlement to some basic needs, especially with regard to the provision of welfare to...
SOCIAL WORK
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...Social work Social work A definition of generalist practice in own words Generalist practice can be referred to as a discipline, which seeks to engage in diverse issues affecting the society. It tackles problems of any kind, regardless of the nature of the problem. Such problems can be social, psychological, emotional, legal, or even economic. This means that the generalist practice does not specialize in dealing with defined problems, but any sort of issue that arises in the society. More to these, this practice seeks to find solutions to the existing problems, by identifying the merits of the people...
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...social support through friends in order to ensure that loneliness and isolation is minimized. If the person is a student, school and community support is a way to encourage the individual to participate in worthwhile activities therefore, reducing suicidal thoughts. It is important for the individual to be brought up in an environment that offers strong spiritual, physical, and emotional support at all times. This offers a sense of purpose to the victims while ensuring... ? Suicide and Suicide Prevention Suicide and Suicide Prevention Introduction Suicide is actually a process in which a person purposely ends one owns life and it is a major challenge across the globe. The World Health Organization (WHO)...
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...Social Work Social Work Introduction Evidently, change in economic patterns, demographic as well as various past inequalities continues to alter the school environment especially in the 21st century attracting the need to carry out various educational reforms. The challenge displayed in the confrontation of education reforms is largely displayed in urban cities where number of students from under-privilege backgrounds attend school of low status due to lack of funds resulting to low standardized tests scores as well as high rates of dropouts. This is further fueled by the little movement which exists between education reformists and social work value. This gives the indication that even... ...
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...Social Work Social Work Experience of Stress Social work brings forth a lot of interaction with diverse individuals in the community. Most of these individuals face a lot of challenges that they feel they need to share and seek for solutions and assistance where necessary. After offering counselling to individuals in the society after listening to their challenges, I was more and more attached each day. This created the need to increase the amount of time I spent with the community. It became evident that the more the time I spent with the community, the more the benefits trickled to the...
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...Social Work Practice with Older People The proportion of older people as a part of the total population has seen an increase in the United Kingdom due to demographic changes brought about by better planned, smaller families and the provision of better healthcare. Racism in the community has been a problem in the past, arising out of ignorance, interracial communication failures and a failure to understand perspectives associated with other cultural and religious traditions. However, the government of the United Kingdom has been able to vastly improve the situation and considerable efforts have been made to eliminate racism through community awareness, education, legislation... The Impact of Racism on...
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...Cultural and Structural Model Abstract Purpose: Different individuals experiencing mental health issues would like to work but they are excluded from employment, therefore the United Kingdom government policy is now focusing more on employment for people with mental health issues to ensure social inclusion. This project explores... ?[Type the company TO WHAT EXTENT ARE EMPLOYMENT INCLUSION POLICEIS TOWARDS PEOPLE WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES EFFECTIVE IN UK [Type the documentsubtitle] YOUR Name [Pick the date] This projects attempts to use a summative and interrogative approach to examine existing research and establish the effectiveness of back-to-work programs targeting people with facing mental health...
Social Work
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...Social Work Introduction In North America, the profession of social work began around the time of the Industrial Revolution. As the profession continued to evolve, it was influenced and shaped by different social, political, economic, and technological influences (Holosko, 2003). However, the profession of social work has never been able to define itself in a clear and meaningful way (Baylis, 2004; Holosko, 2003; Howe, 1998). To date, the closest thing to a true definition of the profession is Bartlett’s (1958) working definition of social...
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...Social Work Introduction In North America, the profession of social work began around the time of the Industrial Revolution. As the profession continued to evolve, it was influenced and shaped by different social, political, economic, and technological influences (Holosko, 2003). However, the profession of social work has never been able to define itself in a clear and meaningful way (Baylis, 2004; Holosko, 2003; Howe, 1998). To date, the closest thing to a true definition of the profession is Bartlett’s (1958) working definition of social...
Social work
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...work place of one’s parents or where the parents are stationed. The territory includes the specific social structures and organizations that do not contain the individual but do affect the immediate environment of the individual that can determine and influence the outcomes in the environment. These structures may include major institutions that operate in the local level such as the neighborhood, the place of work or the agencies set up by the government that may help in the development of the youths both socially and psychologically. Macrosystem and Chronosytem The macrosytem is comprised of the larger cultural context such as the values, customs, laws... ? Human Behavior and Development Lecturer:...
Social work-
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...social work practice in contemporary society. 6th Ed. Belmont, CA: Thomson. Brooks/Cole. Jansson, B.S. (2012b). The reluctant welfare state: Engaging history to advance social work practice in contemporary society. 7th Ed. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning. ISBN-10: 0840034407. NASW (2007). Standards for Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice. Washington, DC: NASW Press. WSSW Website NASW (2008). Code of Ethics. Washington, DC: NASW Press. WSSW website.... into account capability across all domains of the social responsibilities, referencing the level descriptor, and building on any interim review. b. Multidisciplinary approach This approach involves co-operation...
Social Work
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...Social Work Social work is a profession that is dedicated to promoting social change, empowering, and liberating people to enhance their well-being and to improve the relationship to one another as well as to the environment (Schgal 56). It addresses the complexity and the interrelationship between human and their environment and as such focuses to problem-solving and bringing change to the society. Social work grew out of humanitarian ideals with an objective of improving people’s lives based on equality and dignity of all people. Social workers are...
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...Social Work in Society Patch Introduction Human societies display extreme diversity secondary to the existence of individuals belonging to different ethnic, religious, economic and cultural backgrounds. Although this diversity is regarded as being beneficial for any society, many social problems may also stem from this diversity. One of the main factors that contribute to the segregation of people in a society is the economic factor. Economic inequality plays a significant role in creating the social divide that prevails in most modern societies. In addition to economic factors, ethnic differences and skin color also play an important role in determining the level of access to opportunities... ...
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...Social Work  Report The paper deals with a case where Mrs. A, a Pakistani woman living in a foreign land suffers considerable miseries including her widowhood and her totally disabled state. It introduces one to the serious plight, which a self-dependent and active woman like Mrs. A can fall in.       Part A a) Analysis of Mrs. A’s situation and needs According to Section 47 of the National Health Services and the Community Care Act 1990, the local authorities are entrusted with the responsibility to take care of people living in a community who truly need some external help. Thus, two things should be kept in mind while extending help to the community...
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...Social work entails people work. Social workers need to be ready to work with just about anyone who needs their help, regardless of cultural background, religious faith, gender, age, etc. In my case, being a part of a cultural minority, I know how it feels to be discriminated upon so I would not want anyone else that I interact with to feel that from me. I will not impose my own culture and faith on others who are different from me and respect them as well for who they are. Each person has a different story... Domain Professionalism Identify and behave as a professional social worker, committed to professional development All professionals, especially those working with people should be aware of their...
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...Social Work Introduction: Family group conferencing is a method of intervention that enables the parties involved through effective decision-making approach. It is a highly effective means of empowering families and helping them in overcoming their struggles and challenges faced by them through timely and effective intervention. The family group conferencing approach contributes in significantly improving the relationship among the members of the family by developing comprehensive yet realistic plans. Family group conferencing helps those involved in effective resolution of the conflicts and contribute in positive outcomes. Studies conducted over the years...
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...social welfare” issue according to the film, since it provides educational opportunities to children from all kinds of socio-economic, racial, and ethnic backgrounds. It is not intended only for the elite class. Public education is also affordable for low income families.... Your full December 13, The Lottery- Movie Review School choice is the opportunity given to parents via a myriad of programs, so that they can choose out the best school for their children. The documentary film, “The Lottery”, which has been created by Madeleine Sackler, talks about parental choice in schooling. Parents try their best to make the best option in high quality education. Children of parents, who for example, choose...
Experimental Psychologist
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...psychologists and their annual salary for most psychologists are in the sphere of $68, 640 as by 2010 (Bureau of Labor Statistics 1). The Works Cited Bureau of Labor Statistics. “U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition, Psychologists” 2012, web. 19 Nov. 2012 http://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/psychologists.htm Psychology Education Assoc. “Experimental psychology” 2012, web.19 Nov. 2012 http://www.psychologycareercenter.org/experimental-psychologist.html write about(Experimental Psychologist), Gather information concerning education and...
Forensic Psychologist
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...psychologist I would be able to satisfy these elements and help bring justice to people who have been wronged. In addition to this aspect, the career of forensic psychology has considerable intellectual interest for me. Forensic psychologists, “work for both the Public Defender and the State Attorney and are oftentimes called upon to investigate critical psychological issues within the court proceedings” (Adler, p. 4). Such investigations oftentimes involve interviewing and developing psychological... Forensic Psychologist As a child I was always interested in mysteries. As I grew into my adolescence and teenage years this interest evolved into a curiosity of how actual law enforcement agencies operate....
Experimental Psychologist
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...work done by experimental psychologists only those who have earned doctorate degrees are allowed to run research laboratories. Doctorate students take a minimum of 3 years to complete and provide the students with advanced training and knowledge which enables them to undertake their own experimental research and collect appropriate data (All Psychology Schools, 4) Places of employment Experimental... Philosophy, Essay   Topic:  Experimental Psychologist 19th November Introduction Psychology may be defined as the scientific study of conscious experience. In observing conscious experience, patients need to pause and focus on their thoughts which then may defined as an empirical study thereby the terms...
Experimental Psychologist
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...work done by experimental psychologists only those who have earned doctorate degrees are allowed to run research laboratories. Doctorate students take a minimum of 3 years to complete and provide the students with advanced training and knowledge which enables them to undertake their own experimental research and collect appropriate data (All Psychology Schools, 4) Places of employment Experimental... Philosophy, Essay   Topic:  Experimental Psychologist 19th November Introduction Psychology may be defined as the scientific study of conscious experience. In observing conscious experience, patients need to pause and focus on their thoughts which then may defined as an empirical study thereby the terms...
Skills and values for a social worker to become a competent and reflective practitioner
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...social worker have in order to become a competent and reflective practitioner Social workers operate froma medical perspective though the social work concept has undergone radical changes due to political influences of each country over time. Currently, most of the social workers adopt a generalistic perspective while assisting individuals to solve social and medical problems. Social workers are trained to work in group, individual and at community levels with knowledge for problem solving according to the definition and requirements of the problem and the capacity of the client.1 Social work is carried out by professionals with a strong penchant to assist... What knowledge, skills and values should a...
Multicultural Assessment Psychology Paper
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...psychologist should take while handling individual who come from minority groups. Some research in intelligence testing indicates that since 1970s, psychologists who conduct intelligence testing have taken initiative of developing mechanisms that would preserve intelligence testing. In their work, they have tried to address concern about unethical approach towards intelligence testing. Some of intelligence testing methods that psychologists use include Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale and Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC). The psychologists have modulated the above tests to suit the ability of the test taker taking care of the cultural diversity, class, language... ? Multicultural...
Historical significance and contributions of the social psychologist named Stanley Milgram
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...social scientists to directly impact our popular culture p including Broadway theatre .Yet the fact is that Milgram was also a teacher throughout his career. Despite Mailgram’s dedication to teaching, the alumni who studied with him number in dozens rather than hundreds. Milgram himself acknowledged that,unlike other key social psychologists, he headed no theoretical schools or social psychology that would attract students into a systematic research program... ?Topic:  Historical significance and contributions of the social psychologist d Stanley Milgram Introduction In the field of socio – psychology Stanley Milgram set out to discover why, and under what circumstances people obey authority. The...
Social Work Methods
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...cultural, and personal. Social caseworkers, therefore, take special interest in situations involving any of these three forms, and work conscientiously to address the specific injustices or traditional eccentricities in the situation in hand. Through AOP, they work towards the restoration of the oppressor party or parties to a sense of equity, seek to compensate the oppressed for oppressive damages, and, through enlightenment of both the oppressed and the oppressor about the proprieties and codes that do... PSYCHODYMAMIC APPROACH IN SOCIAL CASEWORK Social casework has of late witnessed substantial practical success. Theoretically, when ed to intellectual evaluation and criticism, it passes the test of...
Social Work Methods
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...cultural, and personal. Social caseworkers, therefore, take special interest in situations involving any of these three forms, and work conscientiously to address the specific injustices or traditional eccentricities in the situation in hand. Through AOP, they work towards the restoration of the oppressor party or parties to a sense of equity, seek to compensate the oppressed for oppressive damages, and, through enlightenment of both the oppressed and the oppressor about the proprieties and codes that do... PSYCHODYMAMIC APPROACH IN SOCIAL CASEWORK Social casework has of late witnessed substantial practical success. Theoretically, when ed to intellectual evaluation and criticism, it passes the test of...
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