Draft Of Research And Analysis Pape For this question you will complete a draft of the research and analysis portion of your project. Use the outline that
Draft Of Research And Analysis Pape For this question you will complete a draft of the research and analysis portion of your project. Use the outline that was completed in the attachment to create this draft. The research and analysis papr should include a discussion of the theories, models, and philosophies of leadership that you integrated into your product, a plan for implementing and assessing the product, and an analysis of how your product aligns with the program outcomes for the Higher Education Leadership and Administration specialization.
Although this is a draft, the more complete the draft, the more feedback you will receive from your peers. Please note for your peers any pieces of the paper that need more development so that they will not make suggestions for something you have not developed. Also request special attention to certain portions or aspects of the draft in which you request feedback, for example, flow or APA formatting. Running head: MENTAL HEALTH IN HIGHER INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING 1
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Mental Health in Higher Institutions of Learning
Mental Health in Higher Institutions of Learning
· The project is about the incorporation of mental health education into the curriculum of higher institutions of learning.
· The project also includes the implementation of other programs such as mental health awareness programs.
· The aim of the project is to ensure that the mental health needs of students are catered for.
Table of Contents
Project Overview 2 Table of Contents 2 Introduction 2 Leadership Theory 2 Best Professional Practices 3 Change Process 3 Ethical Practices 4 Technology 5 Communication and Collaboration 6 Implementation and Assessment Plan 6 Conclusion 7 References 8
Mental Health in Higher Institutions of Learning
· Highlight of the stigma associated with mental health within the community.
· The rapidly increasing number of students in higher institutions of learning suffering from mental health related illnesses.
· The lack of information and knowledge about mental health issues especially among students in colleges and universities.
· The need for mental health education in universities and colleges and universities due to the issues discussed above.
· Discussion on how mental health education can be achieved, that is, through campus-wide mental health campaigns, integration of mental health education into the curriculum, and implementation of mental health awareness programs and other initiatives in campuses (Stephan et al., 2017).
· Introduction to participatory leadership theory.
· The participatory leadership theory is relevant for the mental health education program because it suggests that an ideal leadership style is that which incorporates the input and feedback of others.
· The participatory leadership style encourages the contribution of all the groups involved, in this case, students, staff, and scholars to help all these members feel committed to the decision0making process.
· This theory is relevant to the product design because it will take the input of all the parties involved and incorporate it in decision making process, to come up with more effective solutions to the need.
Best Professional Practices
· A description of the need for all the mental health practitioners involved in the development and implementation of the product to have a valid professional certificate and license.
· The need for the institutions and professionals to have liability insurance for malpractice.
· Competency in practice, that is, the professionals need to have expansive knowledge in their specific areas of practice and should integrate critical thinking in their decision-making.
· The need for personal commitment by the healthcare professionals. They should have an understanding of the boundaries of when completing their works.
· The professionals should embrace team work while working with student patients.
· Description of the change process, which involves, preparation for change, planning for change, implementing changes, integrating the changes to organization’s culture and practices, and finally reviewing the progress and analyzing the results (Bharadwaj et al., 2017).
· The need for strategies to successfully implement the change.
· The need to involve clinicians and mental health professionals in all the phases of the change process.
· Changes in clinical practice and systems to allow for clinicians to participate in instructional change process to encourage mental health education in higher institutions of learning.
· Discussion of how to incorporate mental health education into the curriculum and how to implement the education intervention.
· A description and definition of the best change approaches that can be implemented to effectively combat with public stigma towards mental health.
· An implementation of contact-based intervention with people suffering from mental health related illnesses to help change the stigmatizing attitudes among young adults (Saha et al., 2019).
· Description of ethical issues as expressions of moral values and ideas which are a product of people’s culture.
· A description of the important roles played by culture, ethics and moral values in the delivery of mental healthcare.
· An explanation of how the United States has a culturally diversified population and how this puts a mandatory requirement for healthcare practitioners to be culturally sensitive.
· Cultural diversity in the United States and its impact on how mental health professionals such as mental health counsellors are required provide their services (Prince, 2015).
· An explanation of how respect for other people’s culture and beliefs is a requirement and healthcare professionals and why they are not allowed to despise, discriminate or stereotype their patients.
· A description of the ethical principles of beneficence, non-maleficence, justice, and respect of autonomy that mental healthcare professionals are required to adhere to when offering their services to student patients.
· Counselors and therapists are also required to maintain the confidentiality of their patients. They are not required to share patient details with third-parties unless a patient is in danger, or putting people close to them in danger.
· A comprehensive explanation of the impact of technology in the delivery of healthcare services especially during the Covid-19 pandemic where social interactions has been highly discouraged.
· A thorough discussion on how different technologies such as video conferencing, big data, augmented reality, and social media has impacted the delivery of healthcare.
· An assessment of literatures of studies on how young adults are utilizing the power of technologies such as the social media to inform themselves on societal issues
· An explanation of how the literature information can be used in the planning for the delivery of mental health education with the help of flexible technologies which the youth are comfortable using.
· A conclusion of how the different technologies discussed can be utilized in the delivery of educative materials and resources to help those with mental challenges (Zhou et al., 2020).
· A conclusion of how online mental healthcare delivery systems can be developed and implemented to satisfy the needs of students who are not comfortable with face-to-face conversation about mental health, which is a very sensitive topic.
Communication and Collaboration
· Design of the best communication and collaboration strategy.
· A conclusion on the best communication and collaboration strategies that can be used in the integration of mental health education in higher institutions of learning’s curriculum and mental health awareness campaigns.
· A discussion of the communication and collaboration strategies that would be used in videoconference and phone call online sessions to ensure that students grasp the content being relayed.
· A description of how teams would be coordinated to ensure maximum outreach and the effective implementation of the product.
· A description of how leadership would be coordinated.
· A description of how follow-up on students would be conducted to ensure that their mental health welfare is effectively taken care of.
Implementation and Assessment Plan
· A compilation of the evidence on the effectiveness of educational interventions in changing the public stigma surrounding mental health.
· Statement of conclusion about the stigma-reduction intervention that has been agreed upon. These intervention include educational programs and communication channels.
· A conclusion of whether the educational program would incorporate either online, face-to-face or both when it comes to product delivery.
· An implementation of contact-based intervention with people suffering from mental health related illnesses to help change the stigmatizing attitudes among young adults.
· An assessment, through interviews and questionnaires to be conducted annually to determine whether there has been an improvement on attitudes towards mental health issues.
· An assessment of whether the students adopted supportive and helpful behaviors towards their colleagues or family members with mental health needs. The assessment would still be conducted through the use of interviewing and questionnaires data collection methods.
· The annual assessment should be able to provide lasting insights on whether mental health education and anti-stigma campaigns resulted into significant and lasting change in people’s attitude and behaviors towards individuals with mental health needs.
· A conclusion on the strategies that could be effective in satisfying the need of mental health education among college and university students.
· A conclusion on the methods which will be used for the delivery of the education, that is between online and face-to-face modes.
· A conclusion on the effective communication and collaboration strategies to ensure maximum improvement on students’ knowledge about matters mental health and reduction of stigma associated with it.
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Prince, J. P. (2015). University student counseling and mental health in the United States: Trends and challenges. Mental Health & Prevention, 3(1-2), 5-10.
Saha, K., Torous, J., Ernala, S. K., Rizuto, C., Stafford, A., & De Choudhury, M. (2019). A computational study of mental health awareness campaigns on social media. Translational behavioral medicine, 9(6), 1197-1207.
Stephan, S. H., Weist, M., Kataoka, S., Adelsheim, S., & Mills, C. (2017). Transformation of children’s mental health services: The role of school mental health. Psychiatric Services, 58(10), 1330-1338.
Zhou, X., Snoswell, C. L., Harding, L. E., Bambling, M., Edirippulige, S., Bai, X., & Smith, A. C. (2020). The role of telehealth in reducing the mental health burden from COVID-19. Telemedicine and e-Health, 26(4), 377-379.