Journal of Public Mental Health: Volume 21 Issue 4

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


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Together through tough times: a qualitative study of community resilience to protect against mental health issues in the UK

Kris Southby, Tim Bidey, Duncan Grimes, Zoe Khor, Jane South, Anne-Marie Bagnall

Living in an area experiencing economic and social disadvantage is a known risk factor to poor mental health and well-being. This paper aims to understand how some…

Decentralisation and community stakeholders’ engagement for better mental health services development in the conflict-affected regions of Ukraine

Vitalii Klymchuk, Krystyna Vysotska, Viktoriia V. Gorbunova

The purpose of this paper is to explore how conflict-affected communities in Ukraine (the Lugansk region) can develop sustainable mental health services in decentralised…

A child and adult psychiatrist discussion on the development of a youth mental health service

Lucy Hunn, Tim Clarke, Amit Bhaduri, Sarah Maxwell, Jon Wilson

Young people can often “fall through the gaps” between Child and Adolescent Mental Health services (CAMHS) and Adult Mental Health services (AMHS). This discursive…

Adaptation of autism spectrum screening questionnaire (ASSQ) for use in Georgian school settings

Medea Zirakashvili, Maia Gabunia, Nana Mebonia, Tamar Mikiashvili, Giorgi Lomidze, Somer Bishop, Bennett Leventhal, Young Shin Kim

Even though 95% of children with neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism spectrum disorder (ASD), live in low- and middle-income countries, there is a dearth of…

Using participant-oriented research in post-secondary mental health program development and evaluation

Jennifer E. Thannhauser, Andrew C.H. Szeto, Keith S. Dobson, David Nordstokke

With the recent release of the National Standard for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students, there is increased interest to integrate research and…

The prevalence of depression among students in higher education institution: a repeated cross-sectional study

Wei Shan Cheong, Karunanithy Degeras, Khairul Rizuan Suliman, Mohan Selvaraju, Kavitha Subramaniam

Undergraduate students are known to be a high-risk group for mental health problems. The purpose of this paper is to constitute a repeated cross-sectional study on the…

Modeling cause-and-effect relationships among variables affecting work stress based on fuzzy DEMATEL method

Mohsen Mahdinia, Mohsen Sadeghi Yarandi, Hossein Fallah, Ahmad Soltanzadeh

Several variables can affect work stress. This study aims to model the cause-and-effect relationships among different variables that can predict work stress based on one…

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