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  1. Content Article
    The report makes the following recommendations: By 2022, there needs to be a multidisciplinary mental health workforce plan, alongside the refresh of the mental health strategy, that provides the staffing needed to provide care at the point of need. A guarantee mental health receives its share of Covid health funding, and that there is a longer-term assessment of what funding is needed to meet the mental health needs of all Scots. A national transitions strategy for our most vulnerable young people, ensuring they can transition into adulthood with the right care and support
  2. Content Article
    This resource provides information on the following subjects: Experiences of mental illness in asylum seekers and refugees Distress and common mental illnesses in displaced people Approaches and principles Need for triage Barriers to accessing healthcare Safeguarding
  3. News Article
    A father whose son took his own life in July 2020 is calling for an "urgent overhaul" of the way some counsellors and therapists assess suicide risk. His son Tom had died a day after being judged "low risk", in a final counselling session, Philip Pirie said. A group of charities has written to the health secretary, saying the use of a checklist-type questionnaire to predict suicide risk is "fundamentally flawed". The government says it is now drawing up a new suicide-prevention strategy. According to the latest official data, 6,211 people in the UK killed themselves in 2020
  4. Content Article
    Chapters include: Bridging the gap between emotion and cognition Behavioural medicine Gastrointestinal diseases: psychosocial aspects Mental health and social work Respiratory disorders: psychosocial aspects Functioning, disability and health Geriatric psychiatry Cultural psychiatry.
  5. Content Article
    The traditional approach towards health and disease was, until recent decades, the medical or biological model where a patient’s illness was treated solely by medical means.[1] However, research has challenged this approach and developed a more extensive model of health that incorporates psychological and social factors. This allows for better treatment, management and understanding of health and disease. The Biopsychosocial Model was proposed by Engel in 1977. It implies that biological, psychological and social factors all play a significant role in health and disease and may influence
  6. News Article
    Psychiatry is facing a ‘double whammy’ of chronic consultant shortages where patient care is being rationed and under-pressure doctors are working with ‘hands tied behind their backs’, a leading clinician has warned. As the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ official 2021 census reveals consultant vacancies are up by more than a third (35 per cent) since 2017 with nearly one in 10 posts going unfilled, current Dean Professor Subodh Dave told HSJ the current situation impacts “very adversely” on achieving NHS long-term plan goals. In an exclusive interview, the Derbyshire-based liaison p
  7. News Article
    Brain complications, including stroke and psychosis, have been linked to COVID-19 in a study that raises concerns about the potentially extensive impact of the disease in some patients. The study, published in Lancet Psychiatry, is small and based on doctors’ observations, so cannot provide a clear overall picture about the rate of such complications. However, medical experts say the findings highlight the need to investigate the possible effects of COVID-19 in the brain and studies to explore potential treatments. “There have been growing reports of an association between COVID-19 i
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