Journal of Public Mental Health: Volume 16 Issue 3
The art, science and politics of creating a mentally healthy society
Table of contents
Child and adolescent mental health services: longitudinal data sheds light on current policy for psychological interventions in the communitySharon A.S. Neufeld, Peter B. Jones, Ian M. Goodyer
The purpose of this paper is to expand upon policy implications of a recent study assessing adolescent mental health service contact and subsequent depression.
Overview of challenges to implementation of good practice in perinatal mental health promotion and management, in universal primary care and community servicesLucy Marks
The purpose of this paper is to describe some of the barriers and solutions to implementing good practice in perinatal mental health promotion in universal services, and…
Mental Wellbeing Impact Assessment (MWIA) in the workplaceCharlotte Burford, Silvia Davey, Alec Knight, Sadie King, Anthea Cooke, Tony Coggins
The Mental Wellbeing Impact Assessment (MWIA) is an evidence-based tool that guides decision makers, such as policy makers and service managers, about the potential…
Shame and blame and its influence on male gay (chaay rak chaay) quality of life in Bangkok Thailand: a health promotion community nursing perspectivePraditporn Pongtriang, Anthony Paul O’Brien, Jane Maguire
The purpose of this paper is to explore gay male informant experiences of discrimination and stigma in Bangkok from a health promotion community nursing perspective.
Public involvement in public health researchJulian Ashton
The purpose of this paper is to examine the progress in public and patient involvement (PPI) in public health research, and identify the relevant problems and solutions.
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- Lee Knifton
- Neil Quinn