Journal of Public Mental Health: Volume 22 Issue 3

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


Table of contents - Special Issue: Equity and inclusion: people, power and politics - the potential of citizenship to transform mental health

Guest Editors: Gillian MacIntyre, Helen Hamer, Graziela Reis, Chyrell Bellamy

The Belo Horizonte’s harm reducers as a possible and effective peer support experience

Talita Cristiele Gomes Vieira, Luana Alves Ciriaco, Silvana Silva Santos, Gabriel Lucas de Souza, Polibio José de Campos Souza

This article aims to analyze the incorporation of harm reduction health workers with lived experience in all services focused on the care for drug users in Belo Horizonte’s mental…

Citizenship as mental health. A study protocol for a randomised trial of awareness interventions for mental health professionals

Francisco José Eiroa-Orosa

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate how mental health is tied to citizenship, and to help professionals understand mental health in the context of social rights and…

The Recovering Citizenship Learning Collaborative: a system-wide intervention to increase citizenship practices and outcomes

Elizabeth Flanagan, Janis Tondora, Annie Harper, Patricia Benedict, Julienne Giard, Billy Bromage, Bridgett Williamson, Paul Acker, Cheri Bragg, Virginia Adams, Michael Rowe

This paper aims to describe the Recovering Citizenship Learning Collaborative (RCLC), a training, consultation and implementation effort for 13 local mental health authorities and…

Community knowledge and attitudes toward recovering citizenship and mental illness: a telephone survey approach

Fiona Yan-yan Wong, Keith Kin-lung Wong, Paul Chi-wai Lam, Lok-yan Chin, Cheung-tim Fung

This study aims to assess the knowledge and attitudes toward recovering citizenship (RC)/5 Rs and mental illness of people aged ≥18 years in Hong Kong using a telephone survey…

People and places: the potential of city events to facilitate the inclusion of people with disabilities in the community life

Eglė Šumskienė, Violeta Gevorgianiene, Jurga Mataityte-Dirziene, Rasa Geniene

This paper aims to explore the symbolic meanings of physical places and social spaces for community members with and without disabilities in the process of relocation of people…

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