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Neoliberalism and its implications for mental health in the UK
This article sets out to outline the tenets of neoliberalism and globalization, prior to the identification of the implications of neoliberalism for the British health system since 1979. The article then focuses on the ...
Involving users in developing health services
Eating disorders and concurrent psychopathology : a reconceptualisation of clinical need through Rasch analysis
Therapies for anorexia nervosa (AN), bulimia nervosa (BN), binge eating disorder (BED) and eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS) take as their focus, perhaps of necessity, the eating disorder symptomatology. ...
Guest editorial : Health and social care needs of children and young people
Infants, children and adolescents make up 40% of the world's population; moreover, the population of adolescents, at 1.2 billion, is higher now than at any time in human history (UNFPA 2003). The responsibility of national ...
Are undegraduate healthcare students learning about each other from multiprofessional scenario-based simulation training?
Introduction: During initial training, students have few opportunities to practise alongside students from other disciplines other than in a classroom setting (1). Simulation offers an ideal context to provide clinical ...
What do Foundation Year 1 and 2 medical trainees think about taking part in scenario-based simulation training together?
Introduction: The University of Hertfordshire’s Intensive Care and Emergency Simulation Centre (HICESC) has been delivering simulation training in partnership with the East & North Herts NHS Trust since 2004 for medical ...
Education for the Future : The Changing Nature of Education for Staff in Learning Disability Services
The importance of effective education for staff working in services for people with learning disabilities has been highlighted regularly as a key strategy for improving the quality of care and services. However, there has ...
Emergency nurse initiation of discussion about tissue donation with suddenly bereaved relatives
This service evaluation assesses the frequency of emergency nurse initiation of discussion about tissue donation with suddenly bereaved relatives. Data was retrieved from one accident and emergency department (A&E) in the ...
Exploring the limitations of an adult-led agenda for understanding the health behaviours of young people
Public health and health promotion agendas are usually determined by adults, even when the ‘target’ population is children and young people. Adult-centred frameworks for health maintenance and the promotion of well-being ...