Tag Archives: history
Visit link – Screening for depression: the global mental health context
Link – Learning from a Tzadik about Academia, Following One’s Own Path, and Life
Taken from: Howard Raiffa and Our Responsibility to Rationality
View article: Tales of a True Mensch
Visit link: The regional politics of welfare in Italy, Spain and Great Britain
Excerpt from: Early intervention in psychosis: much done, much more to do
Link: Overcoming the Tensions and Antagonisms of the Cold War to Create a Research Institute of International Eminence
See original: All You Need is Love (Plus a Good Evidence Base, a Healthy Dose of Scepticism, and Patience and Perseverance in Working with Families!)
Continued: Advances and challenges in early intervention in psychosis
Original post – An international response to improving outcomes for first-episode psychosis is warranted, but more needs to be done to make it happen
This article: Mental health interventions for people involved in disasters: what not to do
Visit site: Open call for papers
This article: Early intervention in psychosis: p-values, policy, and politics
Original article: The NICE 10 minute physical restraint rule: A discussion of the relative risks
Continue reading: The Clumsy War against the Administrative State
Visit site – The Economics and Politics of the American Health Care Act
Continue reading: Whither Inflexibility in Depression?
Jump to original: Challenges and opportunities for addressing adolescent cyberbullying within the context of clinically meaningful psychological outcomes
Jump to original: Is Alzheimer’s Prevention Possible Today?
Continue reading: Mental health Internet support groups: just a lot of talk or a valuable intervention?
Follow this link – Activists and the Academy: Making Social Movement Research Useful
Source: Compassion in Clinical Practice: Current Applications and New Directions
This article is from: Open call for papers
Read article here: On coming out as a rape survivor.
Originally from: WPA International Competency-Based Curriculum for Mental Health Providers on Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence Against Women
This article: Patient empowerment and the Learning Health System
More: Editorial: Being a mental health nurse
Original article: Empirical and narrative approaches to case study designs: A commentary on Nidotherapy in the successful management of comorbid depressive and personality disorder’
From: On the clinical utility and empirical verification of nontraditional interventions: Nidotherapy as exemplar
Read this article – Introduction: Cultivating the Migration-Food Security Nexus
Originally posted here – Involvement in decision making: the devil is in the detail
From: Incorporating shared decision making in mental health care requires translating knowledge from implementation science
View article: Persistent persecutory delusions: The spirit, style and content of targeted treatment
Original source: Borderline personality disorder is not a variant of normal adolescent development
Visit site – Does neuroimaging have a role in predicting outcomes in psychosis?
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Visit link: Treatment of people at ultra-high risk for psychosis
View original: Was Not Brought – Take Note! Think Child! Take Action!
See original: Gendering Israel’s outsourcing: The erasure of employees’ caring skills
Originally posted here: Making sense: further studies of living with chronic illness
Source – Response to Relationships between Acute and Postacute Care Providers: Measurement and Estimation
Excerpt from: Above politics: Bureaucratic discretion and credible commitment
Read the article: Shared decision making: everyone wants it, so why isn’t it happening?
Original link: The Shit Painter grows up
From: Shared decision making: a consideration of historical and political contexts
Link to original: Urban Sociology in Trump’s America and Beyond
Continued here: The clinical relevance of appraisals of psychotic experiences
Link to article: Systems, Organizations and Students
More here: International Perspectives on Mental Disability and the Law: Introduction to this Issue
Visit site: Transient epileptic amnesia without epileptic seizures: proposal of a new entity
Source article: Narrative Matters: The Eternal Triangle – a century of family psychology for clinicians
Read original article: Can Negotiation Theory Help Us Make Sense of American Politics in 2017?
Read more: Working with the Victims and Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation