[SOLUTION] An Interdisciplinary Case
Josie: An Interdisciplinary Case Study of MadnessJosie: An Interdisciplinary Case Study of Madness by Joan-Beth Gow. Susan M. Nava, and Kerri W. Augusto. Case copyright held by the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, University at Buffalo, State University of New York. Originally published July 30, 2011. case study is divided into 6 parts. After each part there is a series of questions. Jot down your initial impressions after each part. At the conclusion of your reading, answer the following questions. Post your answers and discuss the case with your classmates.Questions (Required): Answer these three questions.1. Outline for the class a brief history of this case.2. Discuss the presenting problem addressing your early and concluding assessment of the problem. That is, in the beginning did you think Josie was physically or mentally ill? How or why did your thoughts change?3. What kind of treatment strategy would you recommend? Mention theoretical perspectives, or interventions/techniques and prognosis.Questions (Pick Two): Select. then answer two of the following questions.4. Do you think Josie’s behavior or appearance influenced the care she received? Why? How did this impact her case?5. What questions still remain? What other information would help you more accurately assess what Josie is experiencing?6. With respect to the general public, how has the treatment of the mentally ill changed over time?7. Do you think medical professionals are sufficiently trained to differentiate medical from psychological illness? Why or why not? Can you give us an example of another illness which presents as a psychological concern but is chemically based?