The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 16 Issue 1

Issues for workforce development


Table of contents

Medical students perceptions of the influence of undergraduate experiences on making a career choice in psychiatry

Hany George El-Sayeh, Elizabeth Cashman, Rozita Zenhari, Sarah Jones, Claire Pocklington, Godfrey Pell, Simon Budd

Psychiatric recruitment and retention are at an unprecedented low within the UK. The reasons for this shortfall may include public and professional stigma, recent NHS service…

Social recovery: a new interpretation to recovery-orientated services – a critical literature review

Michael John Norton, Calvin Swords

In 2020, the significance of “lived experience” and “service user” accounts of recovery has become central to the delivery of mental health policy and practice. Reflecting on the…

Inter-professional education in a child mental health-care context: children’s nursing and clinical psychology students learning together

Fiona Cust, Helen Combes, Helena Priest, Henry Cust

Previous research has explored inter-professional education (IPE) in mental health contexts, for example, between mental health nurses and clinical psychologists (CPs). However…

Men’s psychological and functional changes during parental transition: a review study

Keshvar Samadaee Gelehkolaee, Mehrnaz Geranmayeh, Zahra Behboodi Moghadam, Mojgan Mirghafourvand, Armin Zareiyan, Fovziye Sanaati

Transition to parenthood (TTP) is a major life event that affects all aspects of one’s psychosocial function. Similar to their partners, men experience a lot of psychological…

Development and validation of the trainee rated impact of involvement index (TRIple-I) in clinical psychology training

Sue Holttum, Laura Lea, Sarah Strohmaier

Previous research suggests that service user and carer involvement (SUCI) in clinical psychology training may have an impact. The purpose of this study was to develop a validated…

COVID-19 health crisis and prevalence of anxiety among individuals of various age groups: a qualitative study

Ammar Ahmed, Muhammad Aqeel, Naeem Aslam

The monetary and psycho-social ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic have been extensive and unimaginable around the globe. The purpose of this study was to have a psycho-social…


Management-led interventions for workplace stress and mental health of academic staff in higher education: a systematic review

Ogechi Ohadomere, Ikedinachi K. Ogamba

This paper aims to focus on management-led intervention strategies aimed at achieving stable mental well-being among academic staff in higher education institutions (HEIs) by…

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