The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 15 Issue 2

Issues for workforce development

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Training NHS staff to work with people with trauma induced emotional regulation and interpersonal relational difficulties (TIERI)/borderline personality disorder

Jurai Darongkamas, David Dobel-Ober, Beth Moody, Rachel Wakelin, Somia Saddique

Improvement is sorely needed to the National Health Service (NHS) care for people with trauma induced emotional regulation and interpersonal relational difficulties…

Lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals experience of mental health services - a systematic review

Geraldine McNamara, Charlotte Wilson

Lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) individuals experience higher rates of mental health difficulties in comparison to their heterosexual counterparts (Meyer, 2003; Plöderl…

Navigating rocky terrain: a thematic analysis of mental health clinician experiences of family-focused practice

Genevieve Leenman, Karen Arblaster

Approximately 20 per cent of Australian children live with a parent who experiences mental illness. These children have poorer health and psychosocial outcomes than their…

Student mental health in the healthcare professions: exploring the benefits of peer support through the Bridge Network

Anne Felton, Marissa Lambert

Student mental health is a major challenge for higher education in the twenty-first century. Students undertaking healthcare professionally affiliated courses can…

Peer supported open dialogue in a UK NHS trust – a qualitative exploration of clients’ and network members’ experiences

Corrine Hendy, Mark Pearson

As the evidence base in relation to open dialogue continues to grow and develop, this paper contributes to the growing evidence base within the UK. The purpose of this…

Clinicians’ perceptions of telephone-delivered mental health services

Micaela Mercado, Virna Little

The adoption of telephone-delivered mental health services (TDMHS) for scaling collaborative care or addressing access to mental health services in routine primary care…

A comparative study of depression literacy between pharmacy and non-pharmacy students of a Nigerian university

Deborah Oyine Aluh, Matthew Okonta, Valentine Odili

The purpose of this paper is to assess and compare the knowledge and help-seeking behaviors toward depression among pharmacy students and non-pharmacy students.

Cover of The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice

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