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Evaluation of eMentalHealth.ca, a Canadian Mental Health Website Portal: Mixed Methods Assessment.

Many Canadians have mental health needs, and it can be challenging not knowing where to go for mental health information, services, and support. The website eMentalHealth.ca was created to facilitate and assist Canadians to (1) learn about mental health, (2) screen for common mental health issues, and (3) find mental health services and support.


Enhancing the care of children and young people with mental health issues.

Early intervention in children and young people with mental health issues is important to ensure that these issues do not persist into adulthood. However, while children and young people with mental health issues have traditionally been cared for in specialist facilities to ensure their safety, a lack of inpatient beds means that these patients are being admitted to children's wards in general hospitals. Children's nurses require education and training in mental health to provide optimal care for these chil...

Are health professionals getting too much screen time?:- Computer-driven care and its impacts on mental health practice.

Since the advent of television, there has been concern about how "screen time" might affect the developing brains of children and contribute to health problems. Interacting with a device will inevitably change the brain and 'how much' is 'too much' is a question that preoccupies parents, educators and health professionals (Dickson et al., 2018; Gillespie, 2019). I invite health professionals to turn their gaze towards the provision of mental health care and consider how engagement with information systems m...


Experiences of Interventions Aiming to Improve the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People with a Long-Term Physical Condition: A Systematic Review and Meta-ethnography.

Children and young people with long term physical health conditions are at increased risk of experiencing mental health and wellbeing difficulties. However, there is a lack of research that explores the experiences of, and attitudes towards interventions aiming to improve their mental health and wellbeing. This systematic review seeks to address this gap in the literature by exploring what children and young people with long term conditions, their caregivers and health practitioners perceive to be important...

Could greater physical activity reduce population prevalence and socio-economic inequalities in children's mental health problems? A policy simulation.

One in four children aged 5-16 years (y) shows signs of mental health problems in the UK; risk is higher in economically disadvantaged groups. Greater physical activity is associated with lower risk of internalizing problems such as depression and anxiety. We simulated the potential impact of population-wide physical activity interventions on overall prevalence of internalizing problems, and by family income. Interventions were based on the World Health Organization (WHO) children's target of 60 minutes (mi...

Costs for physical and mental health hospitalizations in the first 13 years of life among children engaged with Child Protection Services.

Longitudinal data on health costs associated with physical and mental conditions are not available for children reported to child protection services.

Association between physical multimorbidity, body mass index and mental health/disorders in a representative sample of people with obesity.

Obesity is known to be associated with poor mental health. Studies suggested that multimorbidity might explain the consequences of obesity on mental health. The objective of the present study was to examine to what extent physical multimorbidity and the severity of obesity were associated with mental health and with mental disorders.

Universal Mental Health Interventions for Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review of Health Economic Evaluations.

Effective mental health interventions may reduce the impact that mental health problems have on young people's well-being. Nevertheless, little is known about the cost effectiveness of such interventions for children and adolescents.

Rural-urban migration and mental health of Chinese migrant children: Systematic review and meta-analysis.

Mental health has become a new focus of public health related to migrants in recent years. There are many contradictions in previous studies on the mental health status of migrant children in China.

Development of a peer-led, network mapping intervention to improve the health of individuals with severe mental illnesses: protocol for a pilot study.

Adults with severe mental illness (SMI) have reduced life expectancy and many have comorbid physical health conditions. Primary care providers are experiencing increased demands for care for people with SMI. Barriers to accessing physical healthcare have been identified which negatively affect quality of care. We propose that peer support workers (PSWs) could deliver an intervention to service users to promote their physical health by drawing on existing social support. The aim of this research was to pilot...

Unique effects of religiousness/spirituality and social support on mental and physical well-being in people living with congestive heart failure.

People living with congestive heart failure (CHF) often experience increasing levels of depressive symptoms and declining quality of life with disease progression. Religiousness/spirituality (R/S) may mitigate these declines, but whether it does so above and beyond provision of social support has not been tested. 191 patients with CHF (64% male; M = 68.6 years) completed surveys at baseline and 6 months later. Four mental and physical outcomes were examined: depressive symptoms, positive states of min...

Evaluation of a national training programme to support engagement in mental health services: Learning enablers and learning gains.

The Irish national mental health service provider commissioned a national training programme to support a patient and public involvement (PPI) initiative in mental health services. The programme evaluation afforded an opportunity to describe the learning gains and learning enablers and the factors that support PPI in mental health.

Stress, mental and physical health and the costs of health care in German high school students.

Stress is a mind-body phenomenon, which affects both mental and physical health and is highly relevant to the health care system. Yet, knowledge on the costs of stress and related health problems in adolescence is missing. The present study addresses this gap by investigating direct health care costs in relation to stress, mental health problems and physical health in high school students. The sample comprised 284 pupils from four schools in Heidelberg (mean age 16.75 ± 0.64 years, 59.64% female). Sel...

Psychosocial impacts on college students providing mental health peer support.

: To examine psychosocial effects on college student peer support workers of providing mental health peer support as compared to other trained student workers. : From August 2016 through May 2017, undergraduate students trained to provide mental health peer support were compared to trained student workers not providing peer support. : A post-training, post-working survey design was used to assess psychosocial effects using Keyes' Mental Health Continuum Short Form, the Deakin Coping Scale, and the Interpers...

Double bereavement, mental health consequences and support needs of children and young adults - when a divorced parent dies.

This study explores how children and young adults from divorced families experience double bereavement when they lose a divorced parent with cancer and how the double bereavement influences their mental health consequences and need of support.

The role of the physical environment in adolescent mental health.

The existing literature suggests an association between the physical environment and mental health but also complex relationships between the social and the physical environment as well as between objective and subjective measures of the environment. In this study, we attempted to explore the role of the residential neighbourhood's physical environment in adolescent mental health, taking this complexity into account. Using data on 3683 ten- to 15-year-olds from England and Wales who participated in Understa...

Exploring the implications of a self-care assignment to foster undergraduate nursing student mental health: Findings from a survey research study.

Nursing students experience numerous personal, academic, and practice-related stressors, impacting their mental health. Nursing programs often contribute to student stress and should incorporate strategies to support students' mental health. Self-care has the potential to enhance students' ability to manage current stressors and to build capacity for addressing future stress and burnout; however, the concept has been limitedly integrated into nursing education.

Identifying Essential Components of School-Linked Mental Health Services for Refugee and Immigrant Children: A Comparative Case Study.

Foreign-born children rarely use traditional school mental health services. Comprehensive programs that combine mental health services with academic, economic, and socioemotional supports reach more foreign-born children and improve wellbeing. However, little practical guidance exists regarding how to best combine these diverse services.

Use of Smartphone Apps, Social Media, and Web-Based Resources to Support Mental Health and Well-Being: Online Survey.

Technology can play an important role in supporting mental health. Many studies have explored the effectiveness, acceptability, or context of use of different types of mental health technologies. However, existing research has tended to investigate single types of technology at a time rather than exploring a wider ecosystem that people may use. This narrow focus can limit our understanding of how we could best design mental health technologies.

What does mental health have to do with well-being?

Positive mental health involves not the absence of mental disorder but rather the presence of certain mental goods. Institutions, practitioners, and theorists often identify positive mental health with well-being. There are strong reasons, however, to keep the concepts of well-being and positive mental health separate. Someone with high positive mental health can have low well-being, someone with high well-being can have low positive mental health, and well-being and positive mental health sometimes conflic...

Mental Health Problems of Female Spouses of Men Living With HIV in Sichuan, China: A Qualitative Study.

HIV disclosure to spouses can promote HIV prevention and facilitate support from those spouses; it can also cause mental health challenges for the spouses. We conducted a qualitative study of the mental health status and potential contributing factors of mental health challenges of spouses of men living with HIV in Sichuan, China. We interviewed 31 spouses whose husbands were living with HIV. Qualitative data were analyzed using content and thematic analyses. We found that mental health challenges were comm...

Do health reception policies in the Nordic region recognize the rights of asylum-seeking and resettled refugee children?

According to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, it is critical that refugee children's rights are upheld in all national policies covering vulnerable children. This article examines how health policies in the Nordic region recognize the health needs of newly arrived refugee children, and whether these policies respect their individual rights. The article maps out, compares and contrasts health reception policies in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, paying particular attention to how...

Temporalities of mental distress: digital immediacy and the meaning of 'crisis' in online support.

The Internet is increasingly used to seek support by those suffering with mental distress (Bauman, S. and Rivers, I. Mental Health and the Digital Age. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan; 2015). Drawing on research on a major online peer support forum, we analyse discussions around acute distress, self-harm and suicide. The paper argues that new temporalities of mental health 'crisis' are emerging through the intersection of the immediacy of online support, the chronicity of underlying distress and the punctua...

Changing health workforce attitudes to promote improved physical health in mental health service users: Keeping our Staff in Mind (KoSiM).

People living with mental illness die on average 15 years earlier than the general population, primarily due to preventable and premature cardiovascular disease. Lifestyle interventions can be effective in reducing cardiovascular risk, yet mental health services do not routinely provide targeted lifestyle interventions. Exposing mental health staff to lifestyle interventions prior to targeting patients may be critical to changing culture and improving patient outcomes. This study aimed to improve the physic...

Marriage, parenthood and social network: Subjective well-being and mental health in old age.

Parenthood, marital status and social networks have been shown to relate to the well-being and mental health of older people. Using a large sample of respondents aged 50 and older from 16 European countries, we identify the associations of well-being and mental health with family status. Making use of detailed social network data of the respondents, we also identify how different social support networks correlate with the well-being and health indicators. We observe positive associations for all network typ...


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