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Good Health & Well-Being

Selected articles and book chapter samplers available for read until 31 July 2020.

 

With so much going on in the world now - new diseases, new rules, new challenges and new situations we are forced to face, the only thing we can do is to learn to adapt. It is not easy to learn, nor to accept it simply, so we know the stress that comes along. To help you or the people you know, get through this mentally, emotionally and physically draining ordeal, we have curated a list of resources for you below.

Free-to-Access Articles: Good Health & Well-Being

Article TitleJournal Title
Investigating resilience to facilitate positive mental health among South Asian minority students in Hong Kong
China Journal of Social Work
Perceived benefits of the Playback Theatre for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: An exploratory study
China Journal of Social Work
The impact of Chinese maternal and child healthcare institutions on maternal and child health
China Journal of Social Work
“Listen to the People”: Public Deliberation About Social Distancing Measures in a PandemicThe American Journal of Bioethics
Creating supportive environments for mental health promotion in the workplaceContemporary Nurse
The clinical role of well-being therapyNordic Journal of Psychiatry
Development and application of an in-house health care program to improve the physical and mental health of working mothers: A pilot studyHealth Care for Women International
Flipping social determinants on its head: Medical student perspectives on the flipped classroom and simulated patients to teach social determinants of healthMedical Teacher
What is happening to health in the economic downturn? A view of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, PortugalAnnals of Human Biology
Is the built environment associated with morbidity and mortality? A systematic review of evidence from GermanyInternational Journal of Environmental Health Research
Neglected chronic disease: The WHO framework on non-communicable diseases and implications for the global poorGlobal Public Health
The (re)production of health inequalities through the process of disseminating preventive innovations: the dynamic influence of socioeconomic statusHealth Sociology Review
A critical examination of representations of context within research on population health interventionsCritical Public Health
Asset-based community mental health: an evidence -based support programme by lay mental  health ambassadorsAsia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy
One family, two children, and six parents: Understanding the absent presence of birth families through a five-year investigation of an adoptive mother’s narrativesAsia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy
Korean young adults’ perceptions of fathers’ gender role conflict, depressive symptoms, and paternal relationship quality: the mediating effects of fathers’ violenceAsia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy

Did you know?

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We have selected articles and books that tie in with Goal 3, which aims to reduce the global mortality ratio, end preventable deaths, end the epidemics, combat communicable diseases and achieve universal health coverage.

Chapter Samplers: Mental Health

These complimentary chapters are adapted from our books on online therapy, disaster mental health, and self-care to help you navigate some of the professional challenges and uncertainty you may be facing under these unprecedented circumstances.

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