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Musselwhite, Charles; Freshwater, Dawn; Jack, Eleanor; Maclean, Lisa (2004)
Publisher: Bournemouth University
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: sw, edu
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    • • A review of current mental health packages and literature including: − Mental Health Primary Care in Prisons (Paton and Jenkins, 2002); − Mental Health Training Pack (Keir et al., 2002) developed for HMP Winchester; − Mental Health Training for Prison Staff (Wilson, 2003) developed for HMP Morton Hall; − Mental Health Awareness Training for Custodial Staff (Hayley, 2004) − Screening for Mental Illness in the Youth Justice System (University of Manchester) developed for the Youth Justice Board; − Introduction to Mental Health (Pearson and Sheers, 2003) developed for HMP Bristol; − Skills-Based Training on Risk Management (STORM) (Victoria University of Manchester, School of Psychiatry) developed for HM Prison Service commissioned by Safer Custody; − Mental Health First Aid Manual (Kitchener and Jorm, 2002) developed by Mental Health Research at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia;
    • (2001) Psychiatric Morbidity Among Adults Living in Private Households,
    • 2000. Office of National Statistics. London: The Stationary Office.
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    The results below are discovered through our pilot algorithms. Let us know how we are doing!

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