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Since the closure of mental institutions, the community has been over-run with dangerous people who do not get the care they need. Like it or not, they need to be kept separately from the rest of the community for everybody’s good.

  • A member of the Australian parliament makes the following public statement: “Since the closure of mental institutions, the community has been over-run with dangerous people who do not get the care they need. Like it or not, they need to be kept separately from the rest of the community for everybody’s good.” Discuss the various elements of this statement, and whether and how you think mental health professionals have an ethical obligation to respond.

 

Hint for question one (To clarify the “whether” and “how” for question 1): The question asks “whether” MHPs should respond, and you need to make a case for a position on that. The “how” part of the question aims to prompt you to explain how MHPs might respond as part of their answer. This may fall into what you were planning to write already anyway, with some brief examples of what you think MHPs might do (or not) in your arguments about their potential response.

 

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  • The department of immigration and border protection refers a nine-year-old child from a family seeking permanent residency in Australia to a mental health professional for assessment. The child demonstrates features of developmental disability and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. This diagnosis will result in the family’s application for residency being declined and their deportation. Discuss the ethical challenges posed by this situation, and what you see as being the appropriate course action by the clinician involved.

 

 

Additional requirements for essay

The 3,000 word essay should have the following sections:

 

 Make it clear which topic you are writing on (believe it or not, we can’t always tell from the content!). For clarity, include the full text of your chosen essay topic at the top of the document.

 An abstract that gives the reader a concise summary of the essay and allows her to judge whether it is of interest. It typically does not exceed 10% of the length of the overall paper.

 The introduction orients the reader to your essay. It is a paragraph or two, and provides an overview of your argument (that is, the position that you are taking in response to the topic you have chosen). It is written to allow the reader form a view about what is to follow and should signpost the highlights of your paper in terms of the question to be answered or issue to be addressed and its context. (Many people rewrite their introduction once the whole essay has been completed.)

 The body of the assignment is the main section where you argue your case, make your points, produce your evidence, and make your analysis of the evidence or of a question. The major part of your word limit should be in this section. Where the issues are complex, use subheadings to break up the body of the paper, and pay close attention to paragraphing, the sequence of your ideas, and the linkages from one paragraph to the next.

 The conclusion of your work should not merely be a rehearsal of the introduction but a summary of what has been argued and the key points arising from what you have argued. The purpose of a conclusion is to succinctly convey what you have achieved in your essay: namely what you have argued and the implications. When writing your conclusion, make sure you haven’t surprised your reader with ideas that have not been foreshadowed in your introduction (or supported in the body of the essay); it is generally frowned upon to introduce new information in a conclusion.

 The reference list is a complete list of all the works you have cited in your paper (not the works you have consulted or read). It must conform both to the University of Sydney’s policies for academic honesty and follow a particular referencing style consistently.

 Refer to the marking rubric for information as to how marks are awarded.

 

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