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‘Violence isn’t mental illness’ - Mental health education in Papua New Guinea

” – the community associates mental illness with violence. Those who appear mentally ill but not at risk are periodically maltreated but generally left alone. Those causing risk to themselves or others (women wanting to wander or men who were violent) tend to be chained up inside a hut. 62 more words

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PRIME Mental Health Day - Restoring Dignity

Restoring Dignity
PRIME Mental Health Day 2015

Friday 16th October 2015
10am to 4.30pm
CMF, London SE1 1HL

Full delegate fee: £30, Reduced delegate fee: £20 (includes lunch and refreshments) 116 more words

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To be adaptable, to be resilient, to problem-solve

Medical Schools Reboot For 21st Century
April 09, 2015
http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2015/04/09/390440465/medical-schools-reboot-for-21st-century

“We haven’t taught people how to be specific about working in teams, how to communicate with peers and colleagues and how to communicate to the general public about what’s going on in health care and medicine.” 93 more words

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“You can’t do what you can’t imagine.”

Think back to the time when you made some changes in how you practice medicine and consider the influences that led to the change.

Sometimes we learn from books and lectures and we increase in knowledge in this way, but what really changes our perceptions and actions in what sort of a healthcare professional we will be is to see another at work. 425 more words

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The PRIME SUMMER Newsletter

Extraordinary efforts, wonderful experiences
Soggy speakers and hot air dryers; life-transforming knowledge; strange hunched objects up stairs; knowing it’s cool to be old and married; earthquakes and dreaming; small drops in a vast ocean; wonderful experiences… 36 more words

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