Project #32890 - Behavioral Health, Psychology

Develop a 15- to 20-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation to discuss each of the points listed.

 

Discuss the following from the biopsychosocial perspective using the Week Three Assignment Scenario:

  • Discuss Sam's most critical biological concerns and risk factors. How would this be conceptualized using the life course perspective, including age-related aspects of health and illness?
  • Describe Sam's psychological functioning. Which existing conditions, symptoms, issues, or concerns would your team want to investigate more thoroughly?
  • How is Sam functioning socially? How might his biological and psychological conditions contribute to or be influenced by his social functioning?
  • What role might culture and gender play in Sam's condition?
  • Illustrate a systems theory approach based on the findings. Develop a dynamic flow chart to explain the biopsychosocial model in Sam's case, including the biological, psychological, and social factors involved.
  • What questions would your team like to ask Sam or his family members? Be specific and explain why you would ask each question.
  • Could this diagnosis have been prevented? What prevention strategies would you have recommended to Sam?

Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines, including at least seven peer-reviewed scholarly references.

 

Slides must be original and must have references and no plagerism at all. Speaker notes must be well written and explained with all slides.

 

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Due By (Pacific Time) 06/15/2014 12:00 am
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