Should the FDA require prescriptions from physicians to allow you to buy vitamins and minerals? What about herbal supplements? Do you have the right to choose what foods and supplements you want, or should that be regulated by a government agency? Does the federal government have a role? (we’re not talking about prescription drugs here!). Consider the idea of protecting people from themselves vs. freedom of choice. Not an easy question! please response as a full answer.
esearch, education and practice. A repetitive pattern has been acknowledged as within the past two decades there has been a noticeable increase in the involvement of service users and cares regarding provision of health and social care. Service users and carers have been involved with matters such as; individual care planning, review, service delivery and in addition, the development and planning of services (Warren, 2007 p.2). Understandably, social care and mental health are going through periods of rapid transition, which has mainly been driven by external forces and the prevalence of mental health becoming an epidemic as well as the enormous financial burden to society and the economy according to Sahakian, Malloch and Kennard (2010).There has been significant advances in placing service users at the heart of mental health services (Mersey Care NHS Trust Online). The National Service Framework for mental health (1999) stated that despite the importance and prevalence of mental illness within the UK, it has not received the necessary attention, hence the Government’s decision to act swiftly in prioritising the matter. One of the guiding principles and values of “people with mental health problems can expect that services will involve service users and carers in planning and delivery of care; be properly accountable to the public, service users and carers’ (National Service Framework for mental health 1999). The notion of meeting the needs of service users and their carers links with Social work’s long-standing relationship of the ‘Person-Centred’ practice and theory (Murphy et al, 2013). Implementing this model within the field of adult mental health permits and creates a platform where adults and carers emerge to discuss or perhaps challenge assessments, treatments, care providers, legislation and sections. Furthermore, the model promotes a positive working relationship between service users, carers and Social workers. As suggested by Parrott (2003) social relationships between professionals and service users must be considered. This implies that it a compulsory component within practice, as the foundation in which relationships are built upon mutual respect and trust. However, Trevithick (2012) boldly challenges this notion of the ‘Person-Centred’ method as, centring the focus on the service user is not necessarily the same concept. The model does not diminish from r>GET ANSWER