MO1015 - Psycho-social Well-being
|Student Contribution Band:
||College of Healthcare Sciences
This module has been developed specifically for allied health professionals in the
following professions; Dietetics, Medical Imaging, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy,
Physiotherapy, Podiatry and Speech Pathology.
This module provides participants with the opportunity to explore their profession-specific
role within a multidisciplinary team in care of the psycho-social well-being of consumers
from rural and remote locations. This module is not about clinical mental health.
Participants apply concepts of best practice and quality improvement to psycho-social
well-being services within the rural and remote health context. As part of this module
participants are required to complete the eLearning Component of the Blended Mental
Health First Aid Course for Tertiary Students (MHFA) at an additional cost to participants
of $50, found at https://mhfa.com.au/courses/elearning/32486
- describe the significance of psycho-social well- being within the context of health
service delivery in rural and remote communities;
- demonstrate knowledge of best practice to maintain and regain psycho-social well-being
in order to improve health outcomes;
- create evidence-based practice recommendations for health service improvements in
response to the needs of consumers from rural and remote communities attempting to
maintain or regain psycho-social well-being whilst experiencing an acute health condition
or when living with chronic health conditions;
- complete formal training in Mental Health First Aid.
- assessments 1) online certification - mental health first aid (must pass). 2) interview
and case study analysis (must pass).
||Participants are responsible for ensuring they are practicing in accordance with the
regulatory instruments of their specific allied health profession, within their own
personal scope of practice and experience level and in accordance with the policies
of their employer. This module requires access to a patient or consumer with a health
condition that is impacting on their psycho-social wellbeing, so as to demonstrate
achievement of module outcomes in the appropriate clinical context.
Study Period 13
|Census Date 30-Mar-2020
- 22 hours - Comprises of timetabled hours, work-based learning activities, and personal study
hours including completion of online activities and assessment requirements
|Method of Delivery:
||Online - JCU
Study Period 16
|Census Date 24-Aug-2020
- 22 hours - Integrated Online and Work-Based Learning Activities.
|Method of Delivery:
||WWW - LearnJCU
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest