Webinar 10 – Self-Check Answers

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Answers to Webinar 10: I’m Hired, Now What? Quiz.

Webinar 2: I’m Hired, Now What?
Presented by Steve Harrington, Executive Director of iNAPS

Learning Objectives:

Those who attend the workshop will be able to…

  • Recognize values of the peer relationship that make peer providers unique in the workplace
  • Locate information about the history of the peer movement that has led to today’s environment
  • Identify standard peer roles and responsibilities
  • List common sources of conflict in the workplace
  • Describe how the National Practice Guidelines can be used as a tool in the workplace to guide and educate workgroups about the unique values of peer providers in the workplace

1)      The core values of peer support that make peer providers different than other professions include:

  • Cultural competence
  • Confidentiality
  • Mutual and reciprocal relationship
  • Respect

2)      Peer providers are typically different than non-peer providers because:

  • Peer providers are less educated and do not need to be trained
  • Many people find it easier to trust someone who has been through similar challenges
  • Peer providers are more dedicated
  • All of the above

3)      The values of peer providers of today are influenced by which of the following (select all that apply):

  • Former patients who were hired to work in psychiatric hospitals
  • Peer support groups
  • Alcoholics Anonymous and related 12-step programs
  • All of the above

4)      Practice standards for a recognized profession typically include which of the following elements?

  • Code of ethics
  • Core competencies
  • Practice guidelines
  • All of the above

5)      A common source of conflict in the workplace is:

  • Role confusion
  • Non-peer provider expectation that the peers will relapse
  • Lack of training for co-workers and supervisors about the unique role of the peer
  • All of the above

6)      The National Practice Guidelines can help create a better informed and respectful work environment because:

  • The unique contributions and values of peers are described
  • Collaboration with all members of the work team is valued highly
  • Peer support provider responsibilities for self-care and accountability are covered
  • All of the above

For more information on the National Practice Guidelines, click here:

National Peer Support Provider Practice Guidelines

Thank you for attending the webinar and giving your feedback!

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