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An overview of the mental health system in Gaza: An assessment using the World Health Organization's Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems (WHO-AIMS)
BACKGROUND: Mental health system reform is urgently needed in Gaza to respond to increasing mental health consequences of conflict. Evidence from mental health systems research is needed to inform decision-making. We aimed ...
Nurses’ discourses of challenging behaviour in inpatient mental-health services
Purpose Nurses working in acute mental-health services are vulnerable to occupational stress. One stressor identified is the challenging behaviour of some service users (Jenkins and Elliott, 2004). The purpose of this paper ...
Exploring the experience of polish interpreters who interpret for mental health clinicians in the UK: An interpretative phenomenological analysis
The current study explores the experiences of Polish interpreters who interpret for mental health clinicians and how Polish interpreters view the triadic relationship among themselves, the service user and the mental health ...
Qualitative study investigating the commissioning process for older people's services provided by third sector organisations: SOPRANO study protocol
INTRODUCTION: The commissioning of third sector services for older people may influence the quality, availability and coordination of services for older people. The SOPRANO study aims to understand the relationships between ...
Principles of service provision in old age psychiatry
The past decade has seen considerable changes in the shape of mental health services for older people. This has sometimes been so radical as to include the disappearance of the service as a separate entity, and yet this ...
'The necessity must be convincingly shown to exist': Standards for compulsory treatment for mental disorder under the Mental Health Act 1983
Current English law has few controls on the involuntary treatment of persons detained under the Mental Health Act 1983. In 2001, R (Wilkinson) v. Broadmoor Special Hospital Authority provided some hope that, in conjunction ...
Walking wounded or wounded healer?" Does personal experience of mental health problems help or hinder mental health practice? A review of the literature
Purpose - A systematic review of the literature on "wounded healers" was undertaken to identify, define and interpret the term and its application within the mental health environment. The paper aims to discuss these issues. ...
The development of a role emerging placement between health and fire services
The focus of the Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) Persons at Risk team has traditionally approached fire prevention and safety through eliminating risk. Within the Nottinghamshire Healthcare Mental Health ...
Investment. How Nottinghamshire leads the next leaders
Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust's leadership development programme, [Invest to Lead], is making a significant contribution to the organisation's success, write Julian Eve and Paul O'Neill. [Introduction]