Quiz 5 :
Forming a Group
The information that one would require to make a decision before participating are as follows: • The core objective of the group and its integrals • The norms and the regulations that are supposed to be followed as a part of the strategic planning in achieving the objectives of the group • Whether the objectives of the group are realistic to achieve and ethical in nature • The gravity of the group in development of the strategies and procedures for the purpose of achieving the group's goals • Last but not least, the role of myself in the group in relation to all the above mentioned characteristics Thus, any individual would desire to be the prospective member or the resource of the group for the purpose of achieving the optimum results.
The group formed is a psychoeducational group, which refers to educating the group of individuals relating to the mentally ill people. This information would enable the group to act according to the behavior of the ill people and would also help in responding or handling the situation. The purposes of forming a group mentioned above would be as follows: • To create a platform in understanding and sharing each other's perspectives that develops a strong bondage • It helps in learning about many new things in respect to dealing with the mentally people and to handle the situations in most effective way • It helps in improving the health condition and though process of the victims in an private environment within and among the family members • It would be formed on the purpose of maintaining and executing the clear goals and objectives in dealing with the subject • It is most accepted way of dealing and curing the ill people, as the communication and concern style would have equal impact with the medical assistance provided for the individuals
Informed consent: It is considered as the permission that is supposed to be opted before moving ahead any research or conducting any tests. It is generally more related to the healthcare industry as before making any decisions on treatment for the patient, they need to take the consent from the relatives of the patient or patient itself. In simple, it is an accordance received before proceeding on any further course of action. The importance of the informed content for a group like this is as follows: • Every individual would be held liable and responsible for the group's action and initiatives and hence required mutual consent • Few decisions need to be supported with the justification that ensure no complications in the future for the present acts • It helps in maintaining the decision to be ethically bounded and as per the norms and regulations • It helps avoiding any sort of the ambiguity that prevails in terms of decision making process in a group • With involvement of the consent from each and every individual, it helps in adhering to the fair decisions Thus, the role of the informed consent in any group is highly pivotal and effective in achieving the group's objective.