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Improving Identification and Child-Focused Collaborative Care for Children of Parents With a Mental Illness in Tyrol, Austria

Hanna Christiansen, Annette Bauer, Batool Fatima, Melinda Goodyear, Ingunn Olea Lund, Ingrid Zechmeister-Koss, Jean Lillian Paul
2019 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
The current study aims to reduce such barriers and to improve identification of COPMI in the current health care systems.  ...  "Scoping" will involve exploring the existing evidence, practice, and current state of identification and collaborative care in Tyrol, Austria.  ...  The current study aims to reduce such barriers and to improve identification of COPMI in the current health care systems.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00233 pmid:31057440 pmcid:PMC6478760 fatcat:vy2zyq67nrbklnuwa4woci4fpq

Knowing me knowing you: towards a new relational politics in 21st century mental health nursing

Alec Grant
2001 Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing  
Attaining critical repertoires will enable nurses to challenge current polarizing constructions around what is good/bad or right/wrong in contemporary mental health nursing practice, and to explore the  ...  down-to-earth, empirically respectable, transprofessional mental health practice.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-2850.2001.0401a.x pmid:11882136 fatcat:5r66tbeejjca5lm47u6wh7fajq

Review of two books on salutogenesis

Rian Viviers
2014 SA Journal of Industrial Psychology  
Continued research on sense of coherence is evident not only in current literature, but it is also evident in conference proceedings.  ...  This process takes the individual on a journey to explore the development of mental health and to engage in more healthy managerial and personal practices on a daily basis.  ...  Competing interests The author declares that he has no financial or personal relationship(s) that may have inappropriately influenced him in writing this article.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajip.v40i2.1244 fatcat:nbyw6x7cnndehb3aq75ogeo4ey

It's all about control: Sense of control mediates the relationship between physical activity and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany

Lena-Marie Precht, Jürgen Margraf, Jan Stirnberg, Julia Brailovskaia
2021 Current psychology (New Brunswick, N.J.)  
Due to its practical implications and practicability, engagement in physical activity could be an effective way to reduce the NMH consequences of the current COVID-19 situation, and therefore should be  ...  The findings indicate that physical activity may be a promising strategy for fostering sense of control and thus mental health.  ...  The potential of physical activity to foster sense of control and thereby mental health is of practical importance in two respects.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12144-021-02303-4 pmid:34690477 pmcid:PMC8527308 fatcat:m7eo62knlrdlxdanbate7w3ez4

Psychological impact of COVID-19 on older adults

Sonia Mukhtar
2020 Current Medicine Research and Practice  
Acknowledgments My gratitude goes to my elderly friends for sharing information about their current situations.  ...  , in general, and geriatric mental health, in particular.  ...  Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Current Medicine Research and Practice Declaration of competing interest The author declares no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cmrp.2020.07.016 pmid:32839732 pmcid:PMC7373678 fatcat:fzcbztifsnfmlnlrgl2o7poduq

Variations in the mental health and sense of coherence (SOC) of new graduate nurses and the effects of SOC on variations in mental health

Tomoko Takeuchi, Taisuke Togari, Makoto Oe, Yukie Takemura, Hiromi Sanada
2013 Open Journal of Nursing  
Findings suggested the importance of support to sustain and improve the mental health of new graduate nurses and the importance of approaches in the workplace to encourage the development of SOC.  ...  This study yielded 3 findings. 1) The mental health of new graduate nurses significantly worsens 3 months after employment as a nurse and mental health 1 year after employment as a nurse was significantly  ...  Practical Implications First, current study suggested the importance of efforts to sustain and improve the mental health of new graduate nurses.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojn.2013.31016 fatcat:p7ly6wy46fhn3d4yrbs5d2qug4

A warm welcome to the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders, fifth edition?

Emran Mohammad Razzaghi
2014 Iranian Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences  
The present article discusses the reaction of psychiatric professionals and specifically the academia in Iran to the publication of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition  ...  This argument has further been examined for the previous revisions of the DSM and the conclusion is that the Iranian psychiatry has become alienated from the need and necessity of classification of mental  ...  We do produce some kind of knowledge that in its best sense lacks immediate applicability to our current needs and challenges.  ... 
pmid:24995023 pmcid:PMC4078686 fatcat:wbqnx533ljeaxk2buxwr6lddxi

Foreword

Charlotte Emmett
2014 International Journal of Mental Health and Capacity Law  
<p align="LEFT">Those who have been following the progress of the mental health law reforms in England and Wales may be forgiven for experiencing a sense of déjà-vu during the Queen's Speech last year,  ...  There are also rumblings that the much needed Mental Health Act reforms are not being afforded sufficiently high priority by the Government.  ...  Both pieces are of significant practical importance for professionals working in the area of mental health.  ... 
doi:10.19164/ijmhcl.v1i10.140 fatcat:7vrb7bdcubgxlmrsjtqd2rrth4

COVID-19 and Mental Well-Being: Guidance on the Application of Behavioral and Positive Well-Being Strategies

Amar Kanekar, Manoj Sharma
2020 Healthcare  
The authors anticipate that usage of these strategies at the individual and the community level should greatly benefit the mental well-being not only in the current COVID-19 pandemic but also in any future  ...  Along with mandates for social distancing and infection control measures, the growing importance of managing and cultivating good mental well-being practices cannot be disregarded.  ...  Mindfulness meditation practice daily helps in quieting one's mind and prevents the constant internal mental chatter.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare8030336 pmid:32932613 fatcat:pzbztvk6irhyvbgjdei2ha73ym

Page 5367 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 84, Issue 11 [page]

1997 Psychological Abstracts  
It concludes with an exploration of issues that will need to be resolved in the 21st century based on the analysis of current policy, practice, and future projections.  ...  Mental health services to special populations Mental health services to immigrants and refugees - Muriel Yu Current perspectives on the homeless mentally ill - R. Duane Hopson and Ted R.  ... 

Page 280 of Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association Vol. 10, Issue 6 [page]

2004 Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association  
Health care dollars and regulatory sense: The role of advanced practice nursing. Yale Journal on Regulation, 9, 417-488. Copyright © 2004 American Psychiatric Nurses Association  ...  health advanced practice nurses.  ... 

Letter to the Editors

Nancy Kerrigan Jarasek
2004 Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association  
Health care dollars and regulatory sense: The role of advanced practice nursing. Yale Journal on Regulation, 9, 417-488. Copyright © 2004 American Psychiatric Nurses Association  ...  health advanced practice nurses.  ... 
doi:10.1177/107839030401000603 fatcat:76xxkqm5mva3jec6blcmgr63g4

Green fingers and clear minds: prescribing 'care farming' for mental illness

Helen Elsey, Jenni Murray, Rachel Bragg
2016 British Journal of General Practice  
Gaining such skills can bring a sense of hopefulness so vital to mental health recovery.  ...  There are currently around 230 care farms in the UK providing health, social, and educational care services for a wide range of client groups including people with mental ill health, learning disabilities  ... 
doi:10.3399/bjgp16x683749 pmid:26823261 pmcid:PMC4723208 fatcat:d2y3g6vl5jez5lqyxwwsxoaz2y

War, Government, and the Development of Professional Psychology: A History Worth Telling

Charles E. Drebing, Danny Wedding
2007 PsycCRITIQUES  
of psychology and mental health care.  ...  Given the current social and political ambivalence toward change in health care funding, it is worth noting how that war led to a dramatic change in social priorities, which was reflected in changes in  ...  of psychology and mental health care.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0007069 fatcat:a5vdtjqarjdthhzlzmb6n4jlr4

Organisational Considerations for Supporting Mental Health Nurses (MHN) in Practice

Louise Ward
2012 International Journal of Nursing Science  
A sense of strength, professional pride and dedication emerged from the research data and a distinctive new vision of mental health nursing was defined.  ...  This paper reports on the findings of a study that explored the workplace practices and experiences of registered nurses currently working within an acute inpatient facility.  ...  They were able to engage in questioning their current practice and identifying their specific skills. The focus groups were a way for participants to reflect on their achievements in patient care.  ... 
doi:10.5923/j.nursing.20120202.01 fatcat:qebzbrpnbzdfzor3pudcut2nci
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