The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 17 Issue 6

Issues for workforce development


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Stigma and insensitive communication in mental illness discourse as experienced by adolescents in Polokwane, South Africa: a Foucauldian lens

Molefeng Isaac Riba, Ian Peter Saunderson

The purpose of this paper is to discuss stigma and insensitive communication surrounding mental illness discourse amongst adolescents in the Polokwane Local Municipality against…

Managing suicidality in inpatient care: a rapid review

Nicola Evans, Deborah Edwards, Phill Chick

The purpose of this mixed methods rapid study was to identify the barriers and facilitators to implement relational and environmental risk management approaches to manage…

Developing and implementing a digital formulation informed risk management framework in mental health and learning disability services

Michael Doyle, Mike Garnham, Sharon Carter, Mike Ventress

Risk assessment is a fundamental part of clinical practice in mental health and learning disability services in the UK. Most services use a tool or framework to structure their…

The role of stress personalities: a comparative study between Indian Academia and industry

Vimal Kumar, Ankesh Mittal, Alok Kumar Sharma, Ramli Ahmad

Stress is the most common emotional or mental state that employees experience during their work. The employees in academics and industry are facing increased levels of stress as…

Using care plans in mental health nursing clinical education: are we forcing students to pretend?

Gülsüm Ançel, Yasemin Çekiç, Şahinde Canbulat

Students have an opportunity to integrate their theoretical knowledge into practice, develop skills to provide quality nursing care and gain clinical experience by using care…

Evaluating the effectiveness of resilience-building training within the national health service in the UK

Nicole Horton, Mike Drayton, Daniel Thomas Wilcox, Harriet Dymond

This paper aims to describe the use of an innovative resilience-building training programme delivered to NHS Safeguarding Leads and other participating professionals over a…

Trauma-informed training and education for professionals in Australia: a scoping review

Kimie Maree McNaughton, Sophie Isobel, Liam Phelan, Emma Quilty

Trauma-informed care and practice (TICP) has gained international attention since the mid-1990s, but its recent adoption in Australia has been met with various barriers, including…

Psychological and lifestyle predictors of mental health in higher education: how healthy are our students?

Jonathan Catling, Maria Michail, Noureen Lakhani, Rory Devine

The continued increase in mental health problems in students in higher education is a global public health concern. This study aims to examine the predictors of mental health in…

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