The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 14 Issue 5

Issues for workforce development


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Mental health care provided through community school models

Oluwatoyin Olubiyi, Anne Futterer, Christina D. Kang-Yi

The purpose of this paper is to comprehensively identify and synthesize the mental health care provided through diverse community schools implemented in the USA.

Educating business students to manage for mental health

Sheldene K. Simola

The purpose of this paper is to describe content topics and teaching methods for a new undergraduate course in business administration on managing for workplace mental health. It…

Tame clients: an evaluation of service users’ and trainee clinical psychologists’ perspective of service user involvement in teaching

Carl Norwood, Anna Tickle, Danielle De Boos, Roberta Dewa

The involvement of service users within clinical psychology training is written into policy. However, the practice of evaluating involvement from both trainees’ and service users’…

Evaluating mental health literacy in medical students in the United Kingdom

Marrison Rebecca Marwood, Jasmine Heath Hearn

There is urgent need to explore medical students’ understandings of mental illness to better support this high-risk group. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate mental health…

Teaching medical students child and adolescent psychiatry (CAP)

Gill Salmon, Michal Tombs

The prevalence of psychiatric disorders in children and young people is increasing, leading to recommendations that medical schools re-consider their curriculum content and…

Assessing students’ mental health crisis skills via consumers with lived experience: a qualitative evaluation

Claire L. O’Reilly, Rebekah J. Moles, Evelyn Boukouvalas, Sarira El-Den

Suicide is a major cause of preventable mortality and primary healthcare professionals, including pharmacists, require appropriate training to communicate with and support people…

Secondary school teachers’ experiences of supporting mental health

Lucas Shelemy, Kate Harvey, Polly Waite

Teachers are often the first contact for students with mental health difficulties. They are in an ideal position to identify students who are struggling and frequently support…

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