Health & Social Care
Health & Social Care
- Inequalities in healthcare provision
- Creating parity of physical and mental health
- Implications of and caring for an aging population
- Creating healthy workforces
- Education and training of professionals
- Care and value for money
- Management of health and care services
- Health service delivery and quality
- Policy and practice in healthcare management
- Human rights
- Enabling technologies
- Substance abuse and misuse – drugs and alcohol
- Learning and intellectual disabilities
- Therapeutic communities
- Adult protection and safeguarding
- Mental health
- Children’s services
- Food and nutrition
- Integrated care
- Dual diagnosis
- Criminal psychology
- Youth crime
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"Gangs, music and the mediatisation of crime: expressions, violations and validations"
Reports on qualitative research which looks at the ways in which some forms of social media are utilized by gang members.
"Improvement attributes in healthcare: implications for integrated care"
(International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance)
Examines key improvement attributes relevant to a complex healthcare change process, specifically, integrated care.
"Cyber crime: a portrait of the landscape"
(Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice)
Aims to help businesses and individuals to have a better appreciation of the cyber-crime threat, and what ought to be considered in response to it.
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"Migrant workers' (non)belonging in rural British Columbia, Canada: storied experiences of Marginal Living"
(International Journal of Migration Health and Social Care)
Considers the experiences of belonging and wellbeing among temporary migrant agricultural workers (TMAWs) in a rural setting in the interior of British Columbia, Canada.
(Journal of Public Mental Health, 2020)
Including contributions from researchers, practitioners and students this issue takes a holistic look at the mental health of students.
"The Journal of Forensic Practice is essential reading for clinicians and a fantastic addition to forensic professional literature."
Professor Tony Ward, School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
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"Effects of ethical leadership on bullying and voice behavior among nurses: mediating role of organizational identification, poor working condition and workload"
(Leadership in Health Services)
Investigates the effects of ethical leadership on employee’s bullying and voice behaviour, considering poor working conditions, organizational identification and workload as mediating variables.
Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research is published in association with the University of Central Lancashire and Ashworth Research Centre, UK.
Yona Lunsky is the first Canadian to receive the Steven Reiss Research Award (US) and is the inaugural director of the Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre at one of the world’s leading centres for Addiction and Mental Health.
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