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Using Fa'afaletui to explore Samoan consumers' experience and interpretation of mental health person‐centred care in Aotearoa, New Zealand

This investigation applied a fa'afaletui cultural lens to an exploratory qualitative report focusing Samoan families' experiences and engagement with a person-u2010centred care framework in specific mental health services in Aotearoa. Families who had previously or currently registered with mental health services were interviewed by a Six semi-structured talanoa group, which led to group discussions with families who had previously or recently engaged with mental health care. When faced difficult mental health problems with their family members, a Samoan's faith to promote resilience and recovery were boosted by spirituality and faith. The results, as a result, highlight spirituality and faith as integral to a Samoan's ability to foster growth and healing. In addition, the need to expand capacity for Pacific staffed specialist services and Pacific model to provide equitable and holistic care for Samoans and other Pacific populations at risk of adverse mental health conditions are included in the study.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/inm.13090


Identity‐based social support predicts mental and physical health outcomes during COVID‐19

Evidence shows that social involvement may be the key to combating the adverse health effects of such programs, particularly when such social assistance is identity-based. During the COVIDu201019 pandemic, we investigated the role of socio identity and perceived social protection in mental and physical health conditions. Results showed that social assistance was forecast at each time point, including identification with several groups before COVIDu201019, identity continuity, and community identification. At the same time point, increased mental and physical stability were expected, as well as increased community recognition and recognition. Interestingly, higher identity permanence and affiliation with communities at the same time as before, which in turn predicted poorer mental and physical health conditions at the next time point.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bjso.12600


The perceptions of mental health clinicians integrating exercise as an adjunct to routine treatment of depression and anxiety

Individuals with depressive symptoms often experience shifts in physical fitness and lifestyle factors. Despite the benefits of exercise, mental health specialists do not often refer to or prescribe exercise as part of commonly accepted models of care for consumers with depression and anxiety. The aim was to investigate: mental health clinicians'u2019 understanding of the connection between exercise and mental health, whether and how exercise is used by mental health practitioners in the treatment of depression and anxiety, and the barriers to prescription of exercise. An important step in improving clinicians' understanding of the therapeutic role of exercise in healthcare for consumers facing depression and anxiety is a crucial step. As part of routine care to improve clinical outcomes for consumers, mental health services can promote integration of exercise by implementing policies and education for employees to promote exercise prescription, as well as the role and referral of exercise and physical fitness consultants.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/inm.13089


The experience of nurses moving into forensic mental health employment: A qualitative study

Though academic mental health has seen significant improvement in the last two decades, little is known about registered nurses' experiences in these settings. This report gives new insight into nurses' transitions to work in forensic mental health settings, as well as the benefits of workplace transition planning.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/inm.13091


How to use experience‐sampling technology to understand daily functioning: a practical guide for mental health professionals

The Experience Sampling Method is a planned moment-u2010–u2010moment diary assessing the individual's influence, thoughts, perception, and behavior in the daily life context. ESM helps to recognize fluctuation in mental states as a result of cultural adaptations. Although ESM has been extensively researched into psychological disorders, psychological disorders' adoption by mental health professionals and their patients remains limited, due to the u2019how to u2019 is uncertain. Experienceu2010sampling technology has value for patients with various mental disorders and in healthcare settings, as well as healthcare professionals, but the exact usage and implementation will vary depending on the individual situation.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cpp.2798


Two acute psychiatric emergencies and prevalence of mental health disorders at an outpatient apheresis clinic: Implications for apheresis practitioners

It is unknown if apheresis patients have mental illness. Patients with chronic illnesses treated with apheresis in the outpatient setting are more likely to see their apheresis healthcare professionals more often than their referring physicians. In addition, the prevalence of mental health disorders in our outpatient clinic was determined to help estimate the vulnerability that apheresis teams have to patients with mental health disorders.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jca.22028


Mental health challenges facing male survivors of child sexual abuse: Implications for mental health nurses

Child sexual abuse is a problem that is epidemic in the United Kingdom and an international public health crisis. According to evidence, one out of every 20 children in the United Kingdom has been sexually abused, with one in three out of three not telling anyone about it at the time of the assault. According to Conservative estimates, about one in six men has suffered sexual assault before the age of 18. This article explores one aspect of a research report focusing on male CSA survivors and their mental health. Four men who participated in the study were interviewed and interviewed in the field with narrative analysis, face-u2010 to u2010face interviews were used to gather the stories of four men who participated in the study. This article, in addition to existing knowledge of male sexually assaulted as children, will help educate mental health professionals who are likely to provide services to male survivors of CSA.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/inm.13087


Middle eastern refugee children and adolescents mental health: A systematic review

Refugee children's quality of life and well-being have risen significantly among refugee communities, with significant impacts on refugee children's quality of life and well-being. This report seeks to investigate empirical evidence relating to the mental wellbeing of refugee children and adolescents in the Middle East. Following the Joanna Briggs Institute and Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Metau2010Analyses' recommendations, this systematic literature review identified 54 studies concerning Middle Eastern refugee children and adolescents' mental health. ten reported common mental disorders, ten reported on Post-U2010traumatic Stress Disorder, ten reported on Post-u2010traumatic Stress Disorder, ten reported on Post-u2010traumatic Stress Disorder, ten reported on Post-U2010traumatic Stress Disorder, three discussed safety issues in schools, and ten addressed psychological risk factors. The results show that this group does not know the mental health service needs of this group, contribute to this field of investigation, and have baseline data on Middle Eastern refugee children and adolescents' mental health.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/inm.13088


Self‐efficacy, sympathy, and attributions: Understanding helping intentions towards disclosers of mental health concerns on social media

Mental health information disclosures are increasingly common on online platforms. We reviewed updated Corrigan's attribution model in a moderated u2010mediation report, factoring such as the sincerity of internet freedom and support self-u2010efficacy to forecast boosting intentions on social media in a moderated manner. Participants were randomly assigned to one of three conditions and presented with a social media vignette experimentally manipulating controllability attributions. Thus, an intervention that upskills people in the online support service provision also holds promise in terms of accessible, online, and community-based treatment services.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jasp.12938


The impact of violence on healthcare workers' mental health in conflict based settings amidst COVID‐19 pandemic, and potential interventions: A narrative review

Healthcare workers have seen an increasing incidence of mental health problems in the aftermath of the COVIDu201019 pandemic. However, those in contested environments with fragile healthcare services face additional challenges. This report explores violence, conflict, and mental stability among HCWs in five countries: Syria, Palestine, Yemen, Afghanistan, and Lebanon. Although healthcare professionals remain resilient in these conflict-u2010 settings, immediate action is required to avoid violence against them and appeal to their rapidly declining mental stability.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hsr2.920

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