Edition 62 – Mental Health

Edition 62, Mental Health

This edition of HPHR Journal covers mental health.

Fostering Mental Health First Aid Competence Among Older African American Adults: A Feasibility Study By Phronie Jackson, PhD, MPH; Lillie Monroe-Lord, PhD;

Managing Depression at a Free Clinic: A Pilot Study Using a Provider Survey. By Kevin Pendo BS, Jennifer Knight MD MPH, Marquita

Trusting My Gut Feeling: Exploring the Connection Between the Gut Microbiome and Depression By Peter Gordon, Dr. James Maiden, Dr. Delarious O.

This paper proposes an innovative, timely and potentially game-changing strategy advocating for the use of Mobile Mental Health Clinics (MMHCs) to address mental health challenges in underserved communities.

Digital Technology Supports Therapeutic Singing for Cognitive Health & Well being By Chelsea S. Brown, MT-BC, Musical Health Technologies, Jennifer Rae Myers,

The Ethics of Mental Hospitals By Justice Gordon Goodman Citation Goodman J. The ethics of mental hospitals. HPHR. 2022;62. 10.54111/0001/JJJ8 The Ethics

Beyond the COVID-19 Era: An Exploration of Mobile Healthcare Technology and Telepsychiatry in Developing Countries By Toluwalashe Soyemi, and Elile Okoka Citation

Intimate Partner Violence: An Independent Predictor of Emergency Department Visits for Attempted Suicides and Self-inflicted Injuries among American Women By Oluwasegun Akinyemi,

Mental Health Helplines in India During COVID-19: A Population-Based Survey to Determine the Efficacy and Accessibility Among Indian Youth By Deena Mariyam,

The Impact of Exercise on Organizational Empathy By James D. Davis, Ed.M., MA Citation Davis J. The impact of exercise on Organizational

A Patient’s Perceived Effect of the “No Visitor Policy” Implemented During COVID on Their Overall Mental and Physical Health: A Retrospective, Observational

COVID-19 in Italy: Jeopardizing the Political Landscape and Public Health By Benjamin D. Fort Citation Fort B. COVID-19 in Italy: jeopardizing the

A Preliminary Report of Trauma Impact on Language Skills in Bilingual Adults: A Case for Trauma-Informed Services By Jennifer Rae Myers, PhD,