Journal of Public Mental Health: Volume 17 Issue 3

The art, science and politics of creating a mentally healthy society


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30 Days Wild: who benefits most?

Miles Richardson, Kirsten McEwan, Gulcan Garip

There is a need to provide interventions to improve well-being that are accessible and cost-effective. Interventions to increase engagement with nature are coming to the…

Financial concerns and symptom distress among psychiatric outpatients

David Kealy, Alicia Spidel, Sharan Sandhu, Dan Kim, Andrew Izbicki

While epidemiological studies have linked economic hardship and financial difficulties with psychological distress and suicide, investigation of financial concerns among…

Using a structured model to promote mental health

Joanne L. Keeling, Catherine McQuarrie

A Promoting Mental Health and Well-Being Working Model (subsequently “the model”) was developed in response to recognition through teaching undergraduate nursing students…

Examining associations between health, wellbeing and social capital: findings from a survey developed and conducted using participatory action research

Shelina Visram, Sarah Smith, Natalie Connor, Graeme Greig, Chris Scorer

The purpose of this paper is to employ innovative methods to examine the associations between personal wellbeing, self-rated health and various aspects of social capital…

Family eJournal: benefits of online guided group journaling for women

Edward Titus Asbury, Jennifer Casey, Krishna Desai

The purpose of this paper is to examine the benefits of online guided group journaling for an individual’s mental health. The authors focused on a specific social…

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