Discover Mental Health Research Across Our Portfolios
#Tools2Thrive Regardless of Subject Area
In celebration of Mental Health Awareness Month and Mental Health America's #Tools2Thrive, we invite you to explore mental health tools and resources from a variety of journals, across our Behavioral Science, Education, Medical, and Business portfolios.
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|Mental Health in the Medical Field|
|Mindfulness interventions in medical education: A systematic review of their impact on medical student stress, depression, fatigue and burnout||Medical Teacher|
|A case-based medical curriculum for the 21st century: The use of innovative approaches in designing and developing a case on mental health||Medical Teacher|
|Professional burnout among medical students: Systematic literature review and meta-analysis||Medical Teacher|
|Key dimensions of collaboration quality in mental health care service networks||Journal of Interprofessional Care|
|Interprofessional collaboration in mental health settings: a social network analysis||Journal of Interprofessional Care|
|Mental Health in Business|
|Effects of social support and grateful disposition on employees’ psychological well-being||The Service Industries Journal|
|When work comes home: technology-related pressure and home support||Human Resource Development International|
|Work–family enrichment and satisfaction: the mediating role of self-efficacy and work–life balance||The International Journal of Human Resource Management|
|Mindful work: how meditation is changing business from the inside out||Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion|
|Understanding the Relationship between Overtime and Burnout||International Studies of Management & Organization|