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Everything old is new again: are psychedelic medicines poised to take mental health by storm?

Nurse-led medicines' monitoring in care homes study protocol: a process evaluation of the impact and sustainability of the adverse drug reaction (ADRe) profile for mental health medicines.

Improved medicines' management could lead to real and sustainable improvements to the care of older adults. The overuse of mental health medicines has featured in many reports, and insufficient patient monitoring has been identified as an important cause of medicine-related harms. Nurse-led monitoring using the structured adverse drug reaction (ADRe) profile identifies and addresses the adverse effects of mental health medicines. Our study investigates clinical impact and what is needed to sustain utilisati...

Exploring socio-economic inequalities in the use of medicines: is the relation mediated by health status?

This study evaluated mediating effects of the health status on the association between socio-economic status (SES) and medicine use. It was hypothesized that more privileged people show a reduced use of medicines, as compared with the underprivileged, because of their superior health status. It was further hypothesized that people may apply medication based on their type of health complaint (ill physical versus mental status).

Psychedelics and music: neuroscience and therapeutic implications.

From the beginning of therapeutic research with psychedelics, music listening has been consistently used as a method to guide or support therapeutic experiences during the acute effects of psychedelic drugs. Recent findings point to the potential of music to support meaning-making, emotionality, and mental imagery after the administration of psychedelics, and suggest that music plays an important role in facilitating positive clinical outcomes of psychedelic therapy. This review explores the history of, con...

Review: The Health Consequences of Falsified Medicines.

To analyse and present the literature describing the health consequences of falsified medicines, focusing on mortality and morbidity, as well as the scale of the issue, the geographic extent, the medicines affected, and the harm caused at both the individual and population levels.

Gender and Frequent Mental Distress: Comparing Transgender and Non-Transgender Individuals' Self-Rated Mental Health.

Transgender individuals are more likely to experience social and economic barriers to health and health care, and have worse mental health outcomes than cisgender individuals. Our study explores variations in mental health among minority genders after controlling for sociodemographic factors.

Going Online Together: The Potential for Mental Health Workers to Integrate Recovery Oriented E-Mental Health Resources Into Their Practice.

The Internet offers a growing range of e-mental health resources for people experiencing severe mental illness. How these resources may be used in face-to-face interactions with consumers in mental health practice is not well understood.

Sociodemographic Variation in Increasing Needs for Mental Health Services among Canadian Adults from 2002 to 2012.

Numerous countries have developed public health programs and restructured mental health service delivery to alleviate the growing burden of mental illness. These initiatives address increased needs for mental health services, as individuals become better-informed and more open-minded concerning psychiatric symptoms and mental health care. This study aimed to investigate how needs for mental health services have increased among Canadian adults in recent years, and how needs may differ across different sociod...

Mental health first aid training: Removing the stigma and empowering recovery.

The Mental Health First Aid course, from the National Council for Behavioral Health in partnership with the Missouri Department of Mental Health, is an 8-hour course that teaches participants how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Sixteen PAs took the course and hope to build a PA network of MHFA trainers.

Real-World Technology Use Among People With Mental Illnesses: Qualitative Study.

There is growing interest in using technology-based tools to support mental health recovery. Yet, despite evidence suggesting widespread access to technology among people with mental illnesses, interest in using technology to support mental health, and effectiveness of technology-based tools developed by researchers, such tools have not been widely adopted within mental health settings. Little is currently known about how mental health consumers are using technology to address mental health needs in real-wo...

Mental health and the response to financial incentives: Evidence from a survey incentives experiment.

Although mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression are common, there is little research on whether individuals in poor mental health react differently from others to financial incentives. This paper exploits an experiment from the UK Understanding Society Innovation Panel to assess how the participation response to randomly-assigned financial incentives differs by mental health status. We find that individuals in good mental health are more likely to respond when offered a higher financial ince...

Mental health information online: what we have learned from social media metrics in BuzzFeed's Mental Health Week.

The Internet has seen rapid growth in the number of websites focusing on mental health content. Considering the increased need for access to accurate information about mental health treatment, it is important to understand the promotion of this information online.

Working with Troubled Youth in Community, Mental Health and Justice Systems: The Mental Health Implications.

Immigrant Women and Mental Health Care: Findings from an Environmental Scan.

Immigrant women's mental health is a growing public health policy issue. New immigrant mothers may be particularly vulnerable to less than optimal mental health following childbirth given the cultural and geographic isolation, socioeconomic factors, gender roles, and language difficulties that influence their postpartum experiences. The purpose of this environmental scan was to increase understanding of immigrant women's perinatal mental health care services within the interior of a western Canadian provinc...

Enhancing Educator Engagement in School Mental Health Care Through Digital Simulation Professional Development.

Despite the critical role of educators as gatekeepers for school mental health services, they receive limited training to support student mental health. We report findings from a trial of an online mental health role-play simulation for elementary school teachers on changes in attitudes and self-reported helping behaviors for students experiencing psychological distress.

Psychedelic effects of psilocybin correlate with serotonin 2A receptor occupancy and plasma psilocin levels.

The main psychedelic component of magic mushrooms is psilocybin, which shows promise as a treatment for depression and other mental disorders. Psychedelic effects are believed to emerge through stimulation of serotonin 2A receptors (5-HT2ARs) by psilocybin's active metabolite, psilocin. We here report for the first time the relationship between intensity of psychedelic effects, cerebral 5-HT2AR occupancy and plasma levels of psilocin in humans. Eight healthy volunteers underwent positron emission tomography...

All in the mind? Estimating the effect of mental health on health behaviours.

Health behaviours and mental illness have been found to be strongly correlated, both across and within individuals. However, establishing the precise nature of this link, particularly in terms of causality and its direction, remains a challenge. Much of the relevant existing research follow an experimental design and focus on measuring how changes in health behaviours affect mental health.

Promoting the Value of Mental Health Nursing: The Contribution of a Consumer Academic.

Mental illness is known to occur frequently in the general population and is more common within the general health care system. High-quality health care requires nurses to have the skills, knowledge and attitudes to provide care for people experiencing mental illness or mental distress. Research suggests health professionals, including nurses, tend to share similar negative attitudes to mental illness as the general population, and consequently, mental health nursing is not a popular career path. These two ...

Use of Mobile and Computer Devices to Support Recovery in People With Serious Mental Illness: Survey Study.

Mental health recovery refers to an individual's experience of gaining a sense of personal control, striving towards one's life goals, and meeting one's needs. Although people with serious mental illness own and use electronic devices for general purposes, knowledge of their current use and interest in future use for supporting mental health recovery remains limited.

Under the face mask: Racial-ethnic minority student-athletes and mental health use.

To investigate racial-ethnic minority student-athletes' (REMSA) symptoms of distress (mental health need), mental health use (usage rate), and factors that influence mental health usage.

Decolonizing Mental Health Services for Indigenous Clients: A Training Program for Mental Health Professionals.

Culturally appropriate mental health services are essential for Indigenous people who suffer the greatest mental health disparities of any ethnic group in the U.S. However, few mental health professionals receive training to work with this population. To fill this gap, a 90-minute training was created to increase knowledge of and empathy for Indigenous people and culture and therefore, improve mental health services for Indigenous patients. This training is grounded in cultural competency, cultural humility...

Predictors of mental health literacy in older people.

Older adults exhibit poorer mental health literacy than younger adults, including less accuracy at identifying symptoms of mental disorders, and endorsing fewer sources of treatment for a mental disorder. The current study's intention was to determine if the executive component of cognition is associated with mental health literacy in older adults, when controlling for other established predictors (sex, age, education, and proximity to someone with a mental disorder).

Mental health among children of mothers with multiple sclerosis: A Danish cohort and register-based study.

Multiple sclerosis is associated with an increased risk of developing physical, cognitive, and mental health problems. Current studies have demonstrated variating outcomes of parental multiple sclerosis mental health problems and their children's mental health development.

Increasing Mental Health Engagement From Primary Care: The Potential Role of Family Navigation.

Early engagement in mental health intervention is critical, yet the vast majority of children who are experiencing mental health concerns are not receiving needed services. Pediatric primary care clinics have been recognized as an ideal setting in which to identify and address mental health problems early, although engagement in mental health services within primary care and in community-based settings remains low. Navigators, or individuals with experience in navigating the mental health system, have been ...

Active commuting through natural environments is associated with better mental health: Results from the PHENOTYPE project.

Commuting routes with natural features could promote walking or cycling for commuting. Commuting through natural environments (NE) could have mental health benefits as exposure to NE can reduce stress and improve mental health, but there is little evidence. This study evaluates the association between NE and commuting, whether active or not, and the association between commuting (through NE), whether active or not, and mental health. We also evaluate the moderating effect of NE quality on the association be...

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