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60 Free Essays on Ethics And Issues Related To The Use Of The Internet To Provide Mental Health Services

  1. Online Counseling

    and ethical standards for the counseling profession. The ACA (2005) ethics codes A.12. Technology applications, were established to provide standards for the use of online counseling services. The standard of online counseling addresses specific areas, including confidentiality, data security...

  2. Ethics

    those for counseling, social work, and law enforcement, began implementing their own ethical codes. When a new institution is young, the creation of a formal code of ethics is standard practice to inform prospective members, unify, advise, and protect existing members, help resolve ethics issues...

  3. Mandatory Hiv/Aids Testing in the Homeless Population

    required to provide education to continue to receive federal funding. It is no secret of all the many illegal behaviors that often occur with those who utilize homeless services, both in regards to sexual and drug use. Treating the issues as taboo perpetuates the spread of communicable diseases. How...

  4. Ambot

    , administrative and medical staff. * Provided training to enhance workplace performance at all levels of staffing. * Nominated as Training Co-ordinator for the West Seattle Mental Health Consortium, providing training as the a trainer or contracting with relevant professionals to provide training in...

  5. Cyberinfidelity Research

    will be discussed below. Since many psychotherapists are starting to wonder how services might be offered through telEhealth equipment, and the Internet in particular, information related to the ethics of offering psychotherapy via email will also be outlined below. For information regarding how to...

  6. Transition Process from Paediatric to Adult Services

    ) examined professional perspectives on transitional mental health services for young people aged between 16 and 19 years by interviewing a sample of 18 managers and 21 practitioners from statutory and non-statutory services within mental health to represent a UK health district. The research is...

  7. Proble Solution: Global Communication

    strategies, such as improve service provide to customers for example Bellsouth and AT&T many customers who travel overseas want use of cell phone to communicate, AT&T was the only cell phone company that provide international service to customer in many countries, other phone company had limited...

  8. school

    overcome mental health challenges they may face.[citation needed] Stress sometimes affects students more severely than teachers, up to the point where the students are prescribed stress medication. This stress is claimed to be related to standardized testing, and the pressure on students to score above...

  9. Lenci

    & Morray, 2000). Mental health professionals have the responsibility of evaluating the ethical, legal, and clinical issues related to providing counseling and behavioral services to individuals over a distance (Mallen, Vogel, & Rochlen, 2005). VandenBos and Williams (2000) agree that mental health...

  10. E-Library Resources

    . Gloria Miccioli's completely updated and revised topical guide expertly focuses on what she identifies as the best, content-rich databases and services for researchers. http://www.llrx.com/features/medical2008.htm USE OF THE INTERNET FOR HEALTH INFORMATION: United States, 2009. National Center for...

  11. Which of the Following Do You Feel Has a Greater Impact on Health Status: Social Status, Social Capital, or Human Capital? Justify Your Choice

    services (www.ismho.org/suggestion.html). One of the initial ethical issues involves the responsibility of mental health professionals to provide services to meet the demand of consumers. While reservations may exist regarding the provision of online psycho therapeutic services, if consumers desire...

  12. Advantages and Disadvantages of Internet Health Care

    controlled the industry a little more. Should Health Services be Available Online? In conclusion, internet health services have many advantages as well as many disadvantages. Some of the advantages being the use of the internet to research health issues, research medications, and chat with doctors...

  13. Transgender Health

    trans patients include issues surrounding medical knowledge, the role of mental health services and GID diagnosis, and the organisation of health systems. The aim of this project was to expand the current literature by examining these and other barriers to healthcare provision faced by physicians when...

  14. Choices

    States health care system. The historical evolution of health care is examined. The student is introduced to the various forms of provider models and service delivery systems found in private and public health sectors, including ambulatory care, acute, mental, and long-term care. The student will...

  15. Administrative Ethics Paper

    Related to the Administrative Ethical Issues. The office manager is usually the person responsible for handling any or all questions, comments, or concerns a patient or staff member may have regarding office policy or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Because of how...

  16. HHS 460 ASH Course Tutorial / UOPhelp

    compared to just providing a theoretical explanation would make the presentation more valid. In the discussion address the notion that in so many health and human services programs, finding important information is tied to the need for information to solve problems. Respond to at least two of your...

  17. Topics Technology

    as Internet service providers, decreases as the number of users increases. All of these factors have worked together to promote rapid growth in the demand for, and supply of, IT products and services. During the second half of the 1990s, as more people bought computers and went online, the average...

  18. Hhs 310 Internet and Mental Health Isuues

    , online counseling, e -mail therapy, Internet-based therapy, and similar terminology. Online therapy services may be provided as an adjunct to more traditional forms of mental health treatment, or may be initiated without any offline contact between the therapist and client. Currently, there are a variety...

  19. Psychology in Mass Media Audience

    difference between fact and speculation often becomes unclear. What do psychologists say is an opinion often given attribute as a consensus in these disciplines. Broad learning to the audience about the concept of psychology, research findings and sources of mental health, if done well, it will get the...

  20. about alcohol

    ISSUES PAPER EXPLORING THE NEED FOR A GUIDANCE FRAMEWORK 9 section 4 4.3.3 Communication technologies provide new means to enhance access to and engagement of specific target groups. Examples include: mobile-phone based data collection and health promotion research;33 Internet-based...

  21. Ethics for the Information Age

    Ethics for the Information Age In today’s day and age it’s crucial to understand ethics and computer-related ethical problems. Michael Quinn’s book does a great job in starting out slow with a history of a computers and introduction to ethics, and then gradually moving into some ethical issues...

  22. Emerging Technology in Substance Abuse/Mental Health

    should focus on the ability to provide quality care and access to many of the underserved patients that need substance abuse and mental health treatment. “Telemental health services must be perceived as complementing or adding to the community’s existing system of care” (Bui, 2010, p. 494). The...

  23. Bshs/352 - Technology in Human Services Online Therapy

    companies with online therapy websites are ProvenTherapy, My Therapy Net, and Serenity Online Therapy. Introduction to online therapy Online therapy began on the Internet in the 1990s, and online therapy is a type of intervention program that allows a client seeking mental health assistance to...

  24. Aging Population

    acquire and maintain a working knowledge of current theory, practice, socio historical context, policy, evidence-based research, and evaluation methods related to aging and family caregiving and shall integrate such information into practice (NASW Code of Ethics). Ethical issues are so important for a...

  25. Acc00145 Sg E06 Web.Pdf

    Approaches to Healthy Ageing The unit explores the determinants of healthy ageing and focuses on the relationship between ageing and nutrition, physical activity, and sexuality. The importance of health assessment and health promotion for older people will be explored. Issues related to the use of...

  26. Essay in Research Methods in the Context of Health and Social Care

    management. EBP associated with quality management provide maximum health benefit at lower risk and cost to patients. EBP promotes the use of proven treatments to improve quality of care, avoiding harming patients; and it is used as an instrument to control cost. (Gray, J. A., 2001:11, 16, 19; Ter...

  27. Being Watched: Ethical Issues on Privacy in Life

    problems related to human relationships and the community becomes apparent, when most human activities are carried on in cyberspace. Some basic ethical issues on the use of IT on global networks consist of personal privacy, data access rights, and harmful actions on the Internet. These basic issues have...

  28. Sports

    | | | LIST THE THREE MOST RECENT MENTAL HEALTH RELATED RESEARCH PROJECTS YOU HAVE BEEN INVOLVED WITH IN THE PAST 5 YEARS |TITLE OF PROJECT 1...

  29. Doctor

    national guidance In England, the Department of Health for England provides guidance about research governance and other research related issues: www.dh.gov.uk/Home/fs/en. In Northern Ireland, visit the Department of Health and Social Services for Northern Ireland at: www.dhsspsni.gov.uk. In Wales...

  30. HCS 435 UOP Course tutorial/uoptutorial

    Three, or related to your research ethics paper. • Write a 350- to 700-word paper that includes the following: o Describe the issue and the population it affects most. o Identify any proposed solutions to the issue. o Describe how the article uses current facts about the health...