The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 14 Issue 2

Issues for workforce development

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Table of contents

Psychometric evaluation of the Perinatal Illness Perceptions Scale (PIPS)

Julie Jomeen, Colin Robert Martin, Patricia Mary Jarrett

Perinatal mental health (PMH) is acknowledged as a significant public health issue associated with significant personal, family, social and economic burden. Research…

Nurse AMHPs: an exploratory study of their experiences

Kevin Stone

Mental health and learning disability nurses have been eligible to become approved mental health professionals (AMHPs) since 2008, when the Mental Health Act 2007 was…

Factors contributing to mental health stigma among Saudi medical practitioners

Seham Mansour Alyousef, Sami Abdulrahman Alhamidi

The purpose of this paper is to explore the factors that contribute to stigmas held by mental health practitioners about people with mental health issues.

The stepped model of peer provision practice: capturing the dynamics of peer support work in action

Grace Zeng, Donna Chung

In recent years, the employment of peer providers (PPs) has grown with the wider acceptance of lived experience expertise in recovery-oriented service provision. Although…

The experience of learning from mental health service users and carers

Charlotte Wilson

The purpose of this paper is to explore student experiences of learning from mental health service users and carers.

Can a carer (peer) led psychoeducation programme improve mental health carers well-being, reduce burden and enrich empowerment: a service evaluation study

John Chiocchi, Gary Lamph, Paula Slevin, Debra Fisher-Smith, Mark Sampson

Carers of people with mental health problems present with high levels of burden, poor mental well-being and feelings of disempowerment by mental health services. The…

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ISSN:

1755-6228

Online date, start – end:

2006

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Anne Felton
  • Prof Di Bailey
  • Dr David Crepaz-Keay