mental health

From Rejections to Reflections: Unveiling the Role of Horizontal Linkages in Academia
Business and Management INK
September 26, 2023

From Rejections to Reflections: Unveiling the Role of Horizontal Linkages in Academia

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Patients Can Benefit When Psychologists Open Up About Their Own Mental Illnesses
Industry
May 4, 2022

Patients Can Benefit When Psychologists Open Up About Their Own Mental Illnesses

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Comparing Priorities for Mental Health Research with Fostering Well-Being
Insights
May 3, 2022

Comparing Priorities for Mental Health Research with Fostering Well-Being

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Survey: Mental Health a Key Concern Among American University Leaders
Higher Education Reform
December 17, 2021

Survey: Mental Health a Key Concern Among American University Leaders

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Webinar: Mental Health in a Global Pandemic – Lessons Learned from Psychological Science

Webinar: Mental Health in a Global Pandemic – Lessons Learned from Psychological Science

The many impacts the pandemic has had on children, adolescents, and adults, including those diagnosed with a mental illness before the pandemic […]

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Changing our Coping Strategies Amidst COVID-19 Living

Changing our Coping Strategies Amidst COVID-19 Living

As people in the U.S. mark six months of coronavirus, the challenges of coping with life during a pandemic continue to evolve. […]

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‘That’s an Idea Worth exploring’: Age-friendly Initiatives and Death-Friendly Communities

‘That’s an Idea Worth exploring’: Age-friendly Initiatives and Death-Friendly Communities

Death looms larger than usual during a global pandemic. An age-friendly community works to make sure people are connected, healthy and active throughout their […]

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The COVID-19 Mental Health Curve

The COVID-19 Mental Health Curve

The mental health crisis triggered by COVID-19 is escalating rapidly. One example: When compared to a 2018 survey, U.S. adults are now eight times more likely […]

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The Mental Health Care System Needs Urgent Care Itself

The Mental Health Care System Needs Urgent Care Itself

Whatever level of public awareness exists about mental health, it’s probably safe to say that awareness about the system of mental health care is considerably worse. And that’s a real issue, say the authors of a new book, ‘Mental Health in Crisis,’ whose title banishes any hope that the current system is acceptable. A Q&A with the lead author, Joel Vos.

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Parenting with mental health: An ESRC Better Lives Essay

Parenting with mental health: An ESRC Better Lives Essay

Psychologist Abby Dunn is a doctoral researcher at the University of Sussex whose work has focused on parenting, and in particular parenting for those with complex needs. In this shortlisted essay from the ESRC Better Lives Writing Competition, in which PhD students who have received money from the ESRC write short essays about how their research leads too better lives, she examines how mental health practitioners interact with patients who are also parents.

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Who Might Address Research Candidates’ Off-the-Charts Stress?

Who Might Address Research Candidates’ Off-the-Charts Stress?

Graduate research candidates are the powerhouse of research in universities, yet many have reported feelings of isolation, burnout, and career uncertainty. Karen Barry reports on a study of Australian research candidates which found that increasing numbers are suffering from heightened levels of depression, anxiety, and stress, often citing reasons related to academia’s general work processes, such as writing or publishing research or maintaining motivation while working alone on a single topic.

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Microsite Offers Content on Mental Health Awareness

Microsite Offers Content on Mental Health Awareness

Sage 1681 Research

In the latest of its monthly series of interdisciplinary microsites addressing important public issues, SAGE Publishing today is offering free access to academic articles that support Mental Health Awareness Week. The week, sponsored by Britain’s Mental Health Foundation, this year is focused on stress (“Are we coping?”), which the collection covers along with the causes, diagnosis, experiences and treatment of mental illness, are the content areas represented in the collection.

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