Physical Health in UK Law
- The Physical Health Care of Psychiatric Patients in Adult Mental Health Services
Physical health care policies in mental health trusts within the North East Midlands (UK)
In recent years there has been an increasing focus on improving the physical health of people with serious mental illness and many policies and guidelines are now tailored to support professionals ...
Monitoring the Physical Health of Patients on Long‐term Antipsychotics ‐ How Easy Will It Be?
The physical health of patients with severe mental illness is often neglected or managed poorly, and regular review of physical health is now being strongly advised. The study described here explor...
Where’s that stethoscope? A survey of psychiatrists’ attitudes to their role in managing physical health
Purpose: This study aims to explore current attitudes among doctors working in psychiatry, with regard to their perceived role and their confidence in managing their patients’ physical health probl...
Job Stressors and Their Effects on Physical Health, Emotional Health and
Job Satisfaction in a University
All staff at the University of New England were sent a personal particulars form and questionnaires designed to obtain information about job‐related factors which acted as stressors for them, their...
HEALTHY MINDS IN HEALTHY BODIES: AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF EDUCATION‐RELATED INEQUALITY IN PHYSICAL HEALTH AMONG OLDER ADULTS
We study education‐related inequality in the physical health of older adults across 11 European countries and the United States. Combining the data from Health and Retirement Study 2002, the Englis...
Daily Organisational Hassles and Uplifts as Determinants of Psychological and Physical Health in a Sample of New Zealand Police
This study investigated the role of minor daily events (organisational hassles and uplifts) as determinants of psychological distress and self-rated health in a sample of 326 New Zealand police off...
Don’t just screen intervene; a quality improvement initiative to improve physical health screening of young people experiencing severe mental illness
Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to improve the quality of monitoring of risk factors that predict the likelihood of people with severe mental illness (SMI) developing cardiovascular disease...
Promoting mental health through physical activity: examples from practice
The physical health benefits of exercise are well established but there is also growing research evidence of links between physical activity and mental health benefits, including mood elevation, be...
- Physical Activity and Mental Health: The Natural Partnership
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