2 edition of Primary prevention in mental health found in the catalog.
Primary prevention in mental health
Edison J. Trickett
by National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health in Rockville, Md. (5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville 20857)
Written in English
|Statement||by Edison J. Trickett, Cerene Dahiyal [i.e. Dahiyat], Peter M. Selby.|
|Series||NIH publication ;, no. 94-3767|
|Contributions||Dahiyat, Cerene., Selby, Peter M., National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||Z6665.6 .T75 1994, RA790 .T75 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 550 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||550|
|LC Control Number||95139947|
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To be included in the review, the studies had to adhere to the following definition of primary prevention: 'an intervention designed specifically to reduce future incidence of adjustment problems in currently normal populations, including efforts directed at the promotion of mental health'.
Addressed to policy-makers as well as mental health professionals, the book aims both to increase awareness of the potential of primary prevention and to encourage the use of specific interventions. With these goals in mind, the book restricts its recommendations to measures whose effectiveness has been firmly documented in the scientific and clinical literature.
The new edition of Prevention Is Primary provides models, methods, and approaches for building health and equity in communities. This comprehensive book includes the theory, concepts, and models needed to harness social justice and practice primary prevention of unnecessary illness and by: Developed by more than 30 expert contributors to help practitioners integrate prevention principles into their practice, Clinical Manual of Prevention in Mental Health is a compilation of the latest evidence of prevention principles for mood disorders, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, schizophrenia, and other psychiatric by: 7.
Providing Primary Prevention and School Mental Health Services to LGBTQ+ Children and Youth: A Resiliency-Based Approach: /ch This chapter provides an overview of the difficulties facing LGBTQ+ youth in schools and their barriers to Author: Elizabeth K.
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WHO Guidelines: Management of physical health conditions in adults with severe mental disorders. Policy brief: helping people with severe mental disorders live longer and healthier lives. Excess mortality in persons with severe mental disorders.
ventive interventions and mental health promotion can influence risk and protective factors and reduce the incidence and prevalence of some mental disorders.
Prevention of Mental Disorders: Effective Interventions and Policy Options includes a selective review of the available evidence from a range of countries and cultures.
Primary Prevention—intervening before health effects occur, through measures such as vaccinations, altering risky behaviors (poor eating habits, tobacco use), and banning substances known to be associated with a disease or health condition.8,9 2.
Secondary Prevention—screening to identify diseases in the earliest. The evidence regarding the benefits of systematic prevention and promotion programs is strong, and Mental Health America believes that the promotion of mental health and the prevention of mental health and substance use conditions should be central to the nation's public health agenda.
The message that there is no health without mental health is worthy of notice. Indeed, mental health is closely related to physical health, interventions for promoting mental health, such as stress management, will also improve physical health.
With the increased interest for mental health and its management, mental health promotion and prevention of illnesses have become principal challenges for psychiatrists in addition to the treatment of mental by: For many health problems, a combination of primary, secondary and tertiary interventions are needed to achieve a meaningful degree of prevention and protection.
However, as this example shows, prevention experts say that the further “upstream” one is from a negative health outcome, the likelier it is that any intervention will be effective. Get this from a library. Primary prevention in mental health: an annotated bibliography.
Mental Health & Prevention is a peer reviewed journal dedicated to the prevention of mental and behavioural disorders and mental ill health, and the promotion of mental well-being.
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SAMHSA’s TTC program develops and strengthens the specialized behavioral healthcare and primary healthcare workforce that provides prevention, treatment, and recovery support services for substance use disorder and mental illness.
The TTC program is composed of three networks: Addiction Technology Transfer Centers (ATTC). Unfortunately, the existing mental health system lacks the resources to deal with this major human and social problem.
This book describes in accessible language the evolution and daily operation of the Primary Health Project, and innovative school-based prevention program that provides a viable alternative to traditional "after-the-fact Pages: Mental Health & Prevention is a peer reviewed journal dedicated to the prevention of mental and behavioural disorders and mental ill health, and the promotion of mental well-being.
Its scope encompasses universal, selective and indicated prevention and mental health promotion across the. To develop programs which educate the public on mental disorders, including those initiated through mainstream health promotion activities.
To develop and evaluate primary, secondary and tertiary preventive programs as an essential component of all care provided for people at risk of mental disorder. Source: National Mental Health Policy. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: New directions for mental health promotion / Felice Davidson Perlmutter / The seductiveness of primary prevention / H. Richard Lamb, Jack Zusman / The world of work: a site for mental health promotion / Shelia H. Akabas --Mental health promotion and the CMHC: opportunities and obstacles / Peter T.Durlak JA, Wells AM () Primary prevention mental health programmes for children and adolescents: A meta-analytic review.
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