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Unveiling the stigma: Australian South Asian Muslim views on mental illness
Little is known about the impacts of migration, adjustment, and acculturation on mental health, particularly amongst South Asian Muslim diasporic and post-diasporic youth. Though they may encounter mental health challenges, ...
“A place where everybody knows your name": The role of the faith-based community in developing mental health resiliencies amongst diasporic and post-diasporic Muslim youth in Australia.
The religio-cultural community of migrants from minority ethnic backgrounds often plays a strong role in their post-migration adaptation. While religion itself has been said to play an important role in construction of ...
Suicide risk in informal carers of people living with dementia
With an ageing population comes an increasing risk of illnesses such as dementia and a growing need for care. There are 670,000 informal, unpaid carers in the UK, reducing costs for health and social care services but ...
Caught between compassion and control: Exploring the challenges associated with inpatient adolescent mental healthcare in an independent hospital
Aim To extend our understanding of how healthcare assistants construct and manage demanding situations in a secure mental health setting and to explore the effects on their health and well-being, to provide recommendations ...
Transition and Social networks
School leavers with learning disabilities often face difficulties in making a smooth transition from school to college, employment or more broadly, to adult life. The transition phase is traumatic for the young person ...
The population of United Kingdom is diverse and complex in terms of ethnicity, culture, language and religion. The increase in ethnic diversity is also apparent in the population of children and young people with learning ...
Madness in post 1945 British and American fiction.
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2010-10-20)
This is one of the first books to comprehensively explore representations of madness in postwar British and American Fiction. The book looks at representations of madness in a range of texts by postwar writers (such as Ken ...
Struggling for subversion: Service user movements and limits to the impact of client led accountability
(Gylphi, Canterbury, 2012-09)
Since the invention of the service user as a medico-political category, service user involvement has been advocated by policymakers and researchers as a way of empowering clients and ensuring service responsiveness and ...
A small pilot study in an English university of interprofessional education related to offenders with mental illness from mental health nurse, probation officer and social work lecturer perspectives.
(European Conference of Mental Health Nursing, 2012-05-24)