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Transcript of Psychology
How are they governed?
What DOES THIS HEALTH PROFESSIONAL DO?
who does the health professional work with?
what is their role in diabetes care?
what is the name of one source of peer reviewed research for this health profession?
Interesting fact pertaining to psychology
IPE EXPOSE GROUP 3A
According to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), all registered health practitioners must meet standards and policies that set by AHPRA National Boards. AHPRA's operations are governed by the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law; these standards are in force across each state across Australia. These regulations came into effect as of July 2010. This law was the first of its kind in Australia, as fourteen diverse health professionals were regulated consistently under the same National Registration and Accreditation Scheme.
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The peer-reviewed site I have selected is an Australian based research page called Australian Psychological Society (APS).
Schools & Universities
There are a variety of settings in which a psychologist can work.
Businesses & Corporations
‘Clinical lycanthropy’ is the process of exhibiting a delusional belief that one will, or has transformed into a wolf-like creature.
This is in contrast to ‘actual lycanthropy’, where one does actually transform, or ‘partial lycanthropy’ where the delusions are held but are connected to abnormalities such as excessive hair-growth (Blom 2014).
This literature review detailed a total of 56 psychological transformations into some sort of animal
Several of these documented cases had attached mental health conditions with psychotic features such as schizophrenia, bipolar, psychotic depression and schizoid personality structures (Blom 2014)
Some cases marked as ‘clinical zoanthropy’ had reported transformations into ‘bee’ or ‘frog’ or even larger suidae animals such as ‘wild-boar’ (Blom 2014).
Research explains that these delusions had conditions attached to them.
Primary delusions, which is the onset of unwavering false beliefs by means of some form of mental thought disorder
Secondary delusions which are unwavering false beliefs gained through potential organic pathological means; by-products of other illnesses (Blom 2014; Turner & Coltheart 2010).
What kind of pathological illness could potentially cause one to believe they are turning into an animal?
All cases have some sort of psychotic disorder attached to them, with appropriate treatment measures such as anti-psychotic psychopharmacology and more extreme measures of electro-convulsive therapy.
H.P. Lovecraft was publishing horror fiction, as well as another significant proportion of people developing lycanthropic delusions around the time ‘Twilight’ was published.
Link between bad horror fiction and ‘clinical lycanthropy’
* Psychology is the study of the mind.
* A Psychologist helps those with a difficult mind
* They help a patient cope with stressful situations in life
* In Australia a Psychologist needs to be registered or accredited by the Psychology board of Australia
A psychologist works alongside many different healthcare professionals specifically they work with;
* Psychiatrists; These healthcare professionals focus on diagnosing and treating mental health disorders.
* General Practitioners (GP); these physicians generally have first contact with patients and provide a holistic care focusing on all models of health including (but not limited to) the biomedical and social models of health.
Various research journals
Current news and media relating to psychology
Finding a professional psychologist
Psychology as a career
The website shows to be abundant in information and would be used by many experts in this career.
• American Psychological Association . (2014). Life can take a toll on your mind and body. Retrieved August 30, 2014, from http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/talk.aspx
• American Psychological Association . (2014). What do practicing psychologist do?. Retrieved August 29, 2014, from http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/about-psychologists.aspx
• Blom, J. D. 2014. ‘When doctors cry wolf: a systematic review of the literature on clinical lycanthropy’, History of Psychiatry, 25(1), pp. 87-102
• Fromer, J. C. 2010. ‘A Psychology of Intellectual Property’, Northwestern University Law Review, 104(4), pp.1441-1508
• J, S. (2012, November 14). How psychological support can help people living with diabetes. The Conversation , Retrieved from http://theconversation.com/how-psychological-support-can-help-people-living-with-diabetes-10647
• Psychology Board of Australia. (2014). About psychology. Retrieved August 30, 2014, from http://www.psychologyboard.gov.au/
• Staff at APS n.d, Australian Psychological Society, viewed 26/08/14, http://www.psychology.org.au/publications/journals/
• The University of Sydney (2014). GRADUATE PROFILE - Amanda Green [Video file] [Video file]. Retrieved August 31, 2014, from http://sydney.edu.au/science/career/graduate_profiles/green.shtml
• Turner, M. & Coltheart, M. 2010. ‘Confabulation and delusion: A common monitoring framework’, Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 15(1/2/3), pp. 346-376
• Victorian Legislation and Parliamentary. (2009). Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (Victoria) Act 2009. Retrieved August 27, 2014, from http://www.legislation.vic.gov.au/Domino/Web_Notes/LDMS/PubStatbook.nsf/
• Psychologists believe that behaviour and psychological aspects of the condition is crucial to managing diabetes and preventing its complications.
• They help encourage patients to have self-care plans and confidence.
• Diabetic patients are at a higher risk of developing emotional problems than the general population.
• Sever depressive symptoms affect 1 in 10 Australian adults with type 1 diabetes, and almost 1 in 5 with type 2 diabetes.
• Psychologists help patients deal with their stress and look for ways how they can cope with their condition.
• Diabetes related distress is associated with increased blood glucose levels and reducing it will likely improve biomedical outcomes.
This presentation aims to cover the general questions that may be asked about the health profession of a psychologist. We hope you gather just as much information from viewing this presentation, as we did creating it. While completing this section of the Inter-professional educational program at VU, we learned how important it is for health professionals to work with one another in practice. This provides the patient with optimal care, and also benefits the health professional by sharing the role of care with others.
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