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Details of the Certificate and Diploma in Mental Health Programme Proposed for 2011/0212 Academic Year

Faculty of Nursing, College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences, University of Sierra Leone, (2011)

Gender, Konflikttransformation & der Psychosoziale Ansatz. Arbeitshilfe

DEZA Direktion für Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit, (2006)

Psychosoziale Arbeit und psychosoziale Ansätze haben in den letzten 10 Jahren in der internationalen Zusammenarbeit (IZ) immer stärkere Verbreitung gefunden. Es gibt heute kein Krisen- und Konfliktgebiet mehr, wo nicht auch über Trauma und über die emotionale Verfasstheit der Opfer gesprochen wird. Gerade im Zusammenhang mit der Anerkennung der Notwendigkeit genderbewusste Konflikttransformationsprozesse in der Projektarbeit zu unterstützen, sind psychosoziale Konzepte und Methoden immer wichtiger geworden. Dennoch ist bei vielen MitarbeiterInnen der IZ nach wie vor wenig bekannt, was mit psychosozial eigentlich gemeint ist. Während die Literatur über Trauma umfangreich, aber unübersichtlich und widersprüchlich ist, fehlt es nach wie vor an knappen und auf die IZ bezogenen Einführungen in die psychosoziale Thematik. Die Arbeitshilfe kann über die Webseite in englischer, spanischer, französischer und russischer Sprache heruntergeladen werden. Die Arbeitshilfe kann in deutscher Sprache über den unten angegebenen link heruntergeladen werden.

Оценка потребностей и ресурсов в области охраны психического здоровья и психосоциальной поддержки

Всемирная организация здравоохранени (UNHCR), (2013)

Данный документ предназначен в первую очередь для работников здравоохранения. Поскольку социальные детерминанты нарушений психического здоровья и психосоциальных проблем относятся ко многим различным секторам, каждый второй инструмент из предложенного набора охватывает вопросы оценки ОПЗПП, актуальные не только для здравоохранения, но и для других секторов. Настоящий документ призван помочь вам в сборе необходимой информации для того, чтобы оказывать более действенную поддержку людям, пострадавшим от гуманитарных кризисов. Assessing mental health and psychosocial needs and resources: toolkit for humanitarian setting

Promoting human rights in mental health WHO QualityRights training to act, unite and empower for mental health (P I L O T V E R S I O N)

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2017)

This document has been developed to provide training and guidance on how to integrate a human rights approach in mental health and related areas, based on international human rights instruments, in particular the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).

Improving mental health and related service environments and promoting community inclusion WHO QualityRights training to act, unite and empower for mental health (P I L O T V E R S I O N)

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2017)

This document provides training and guidance on the key standards related to the physical and social environment within mental health and related services that need to be met to promote good outcomes, independent living and community inclusion.

Recognizing and responding to the effects of trauma A Discussion Guide for Health and Social Service Providers (Discussion Guide 2)

IWK Health Centre , Eds.: NOVA SCOTIA , (2015)

This discussion guide is designed to assist individuals and agencies working toward developing trauma-informed approaches to service delivery. It describes how common traumatic experiences are for individuals accessing health and social services, and it provides information to help service providers recognize the adaptations people make to cope with trauma. Trauma awareness is a foundation for developing trauma-informed services, which integrate knowledge about trauma into policies, procedures, and practices. Traumainformed services actively seek to avoid re-traumatization and have been shown to improve client engagement, retention, and outcomes. This guide includes practice examples, suggested resources, and sample questions to stimulate further discussion.

Broken Links: Psychosocial Support for people separated from family members, training module

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Eds.: IFRC, (2014)

Broken Links: Psychosocial support for people separated from family members (Training module) and the corresponding Broken Links field guide are designed to support staff and volunteers in a wide range of settings where they may be in contact with families who have been separated from their loved ones. The field guide and the training module outline the causes and consequences of being separated from family members, as well as the types of contact staff and volunteers might have with families affected by separation.

WHO QualityRights Tool Kit Assessing and improving quality and human rights in mental health and social care facilities

World Health Organization WHO, Eds.: WHO, (2012)

The aim of the WHO QualityRights tool kit is to support countries in assessing and improving the quality and human rights of their mental health and social care facilities. The tool kit is based on an extensive international review by people with mental disabilities and their organizations. It has been pilot-tested in low-, middle- and high-income countries and is designed to be applied in all of these resource settings. In this tool kit, the term ‘people with mental disabilities’ can include those with mental, neurological or intellectual impairments and those with substance use disorders.

Mental health systems in selected low- and middle-income countries: a WHO-AIMS cross-national analysis

World Health Organization WHO, Eds.: WHO, (2009)

Data on the essential building blocks of mental health systems, including mental health governance, financing, service delivery, human resources and information, are reported. For mental health planning, it is important to know not only the level of resources in these six areas, but also how those resources are being organized and utilized. Thus, data on efficiency, access, equity, linkages with other sectors and respect for human rights are reported as well.

Implementing improvement plans for service change WHO QualityRights training to act, unite and empower for mental health (P I L O T V E R S I O N)

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2017)

This module has been developed to provide training and guidance to improve the quality of care and human rights conditions in inpatient, outpatient and community based mental health and related services, following the conduct of a comprehensive assessment using the WHO QualityRights assessment toolkit.

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