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Position Statement for Mental Health Care in Long-Term Care During COVID-19 | Décembre 2021 H

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COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted older adults in long-term care (LTC) facilities in Canada. There are opportunities to learn from this crisis and to improve systems of care in order to ensure that older adults in LTC enjoy their right to the highest attainable standard of health. Measures are needed to ensure the mental health of older adults in LTC during COVID-19. The Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry (CAGP) and Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health (CCSMH) have developed the following position statements to address the mental health needs of older adults in LTC facilities, their family members, and LTC staff. We outlined eight key considerations related to mental health care in LTC during COVID-19 to optimize the mental health of this vulnerable population during the pandemic.
COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted older adults in long-term care (LTC) facilities in Canada. There are opportunities to learn from this crisis and to improve systems of care in order to ensure that older adults in LTC enjoy their right to the highest attainable standard of health. Measures are needed to ensure the mental health of older adults in LTC during COVID-19. The Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry (CAGP) and Canadian ...

COVID-19 ; Personnes âgées ; Coronavirus ; Santé mentale ; Démence

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Behavioral Health in the Pandemic: Making the Shift from Mental Illness to Mental Well-Being | Automne 2021 H

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SUMMARY: Fighting the global COVID-19 pandemic has shifted from immediate response efforts to recognition of the long-term effects on the mental health and well-being of the general population and healthcare workforce. Leaders need to understand the vital role of behavioral health services in a population-based, integrated healthcare framework and address the needs of the behavioral health workforce to successfully deploy services in their organizations and communities.

During the ongoing national response to COVID-19, three major trends have emerged: (1) a shift to telehealth and digital care, (2) greater awareness of the impact on the workforce of the shift to digital care, and (3) an open dialogue to counteract the stigma and discrimination related to mental illness and to emphasize mental well-being instead. When they address stigma and discrimination, healthcare leaders embrace a more holistic approach that welcomes behavioral health professionals as equal, vital members of the care team. They help their organizations advance the mental well-being of all.
SUMMARY: Fighting the global COVID-19 pandemic has shifted from immediate response efforts to recognition of the long-term effects on the mental health and well-being of the general population and healthcare workforce. Leaders need to understand the vital role of behavioral health services in a population-based, integrated healthcare framework and address the needs of the behavioral health workforce to successfully deploy services in their ...

Pandémies ; Santé mentale

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Older adults are at high risk for mental health distress due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. This scoping review aimed to map emerging evidence on the types of leisure and recreation activities (LRA) adults, 60 years and older, are engaged in for their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. We identified 10 studies on LRA for mental health by older adults with COVID-19 mitigation from a search of the following databases: Medline/PubMed, Excerpta Medica database (EMBASE), Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, JBI Evidence Synthesis, and Epistemonicos. A narrative synthesis of the data revealed age cohorts of young-old (60–69 years) and middle-old (70–79 years) engaging mainly in online LRA for mental health compared to the older-old adults (80 years and older). The middle-old (70–79 years) and older-old adults (80–89 years) engaged in more physical LRA for mental health compared to the younger-old adults. Across age cohorts, the older adults engaged in social connectedness LRA for mental health wellbeing. COVID-19–safe LRA mental health support interventions for older adults should be tailored to their age cohort predispositions for optimal benefit.
Older adults are at high risk for mental health distress due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. This scoping review aimed to map emerging evidence on the types of leisure and recreation activities (LRA) adults, 60 years and older, are engaged in for their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. We identified 10 studies on LRA for mental health by older adults with COVID-19 mitigation from a search of the following databases: Medline/PubMed, ...

COVID-19 ; Coronavirus ; Personnes âgées ; Santé mentale

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Background
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic dramatically transformed daily life for adolescents and young adults, altering social and physical environments. Previous research has shown such shifts in daily life to be especially challenging for people living with eating disorders (ED). However, the extent of this environmental change on ED symptoms and mental health (MH) has been relatively unexplored in patients with EDs. This study examines how young people with EDs feel the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their living environments as well as their ED and MH symptoms and motivation for ED recovery.

Methods
Participants were enrollees in the Registry of Eating Disorders and their Co-morbidities OVER time in Youth (RECOVERY) who responded to an additional survey (n = 89) in July 2020 to assess their perceptions of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants reported on concerns of their ED worsening due to increased time living in a “triggering environment” due to the pandemic as well as perceived COVID-related changes in intrusive ED thoughts, depression, anxiety, isolation, and motivation to recover. Logistic regression models, adjusted for age and ED diagnosis, examined the association of triggering environment with ED and MH symptoms.

Results
The majority of respondents reported concern for worsening of their ED due to a “triggering environment” (63%). Most reported an increase in ED thoughts (74%), feelings of anxiety (77%), depression (73%), and isolation (80%) they perceived to be related to the pandemic. Nearly one-third reported decrease in motivation to recover (29%) they perceived to be related to the pandemic. After adjusting for age and ED diagnosis, participants who reported concern for worsening of their ED due to a triggering environment had nearly 18 times the odds of decreased motivation to recover (OR 18.1; 95% CI 3.37–97.4, p = 0.003) and nearly 24 times the odds of increased ED thoughts (OR 23.8; 95% CI 4.31–131.6, p < 0.001) compared to those who did not report concern for worsening of their ED due to a triggering environment.

Conclusions
Our findings demonstrate the perceived negative impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the self-reported ED and MH symptoms in patients with EDs, particularly in those who report concern for a negative environmental change. These results underscore the need for heightened monitoring of patients with EDs during the pandemic.
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The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic dramatically transformed daily life for adolescents and young adults, altering social and physical environments. Previous research has shown such shifts in daily life to be especially challenging for people living with eating disorders (ED). However, the extent of this environmental change on ED symptoms and mental health (MH) has been relatively unexplored in patients with EDs. This study examines ...

Troubles du comportement alimentaire ; Coronavirus ; COVID-19 ; Santé mentale

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Il est largement démontré que les patients suivis pour une pathologie sévère en santé mentale ont une santé physique précaire. La charte de partenariat établie en 2014 entre les médecins généralistes et les médecins psychiatres améliore, en permettant une meilleure collaboration entre les deux spécialités, la qualité des soins. Les recommandations de prise en charge somatiques établies par la Haute Autorité de Santé sont explicites. Nous rapportons les parcours de deux patients qui montrent la fragilité et la complexité de la prise en charge somatique. La patience, la ténacité et la vigilance des différents acteurs du réseau de soin la rendent néanmoins et heureusement possible.
Il est largement démontré que les patients suivis pour une pathologie sévère en santé mentale ont une santé physique précaire. La charte de partenariat établie en 2014 entre les médecins généralistes et les médecins psychiatres améliore, en permettant une meilleure collaboration entre les deux spécialités, la qualité des soins. Les recommandations de prise en charge somatiques établies par la Haute Autorité de Santé sont explicites. Nous ...

Santé mentale ; Comorbidité ; Soins de santé primaires ; Alliance thérapeutique

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Objectif : évaluer la communication entre le médecin traitant (MG) et le psychiatre (PT) dans le suivi de leurs patients communs. Méthode : étude quantitative, monocentrique de 2018 portant sur les PT et MG de 129 patients. Évaluation de la communication entre MG et PT des patients ayant un double suivi actif confirmé, à travers leurs connaissances du dossier patient. Résultats : le suivi actif mixte confirmé pour 13,4 % des patients. Les MG libéraux connaissaient 53 % des antécédents (ATCD) psychiatriques et des traitements de leurs patients. Les PT connaissaient 66 % des ATCD somatiques et 55 % des traitements de leurs patients. Des situations « à risque » n’étaient communiquées que par 43 % des MG et par 25 % des PT au confrère. Conclusion : la communication et la collaboration entre MG et PT demeure insuffisante.
Objectif : évaluer la communication entre le médecin traitant (MG) et le psychiatre (PT) dans le suivi de leurs patients communs. Méthode : étude quantitative, monocentrique de 2018 portant sur les PT et MG de 129 patients. Évaluation de la communication entre MG et PT des patients ayant un double suivi actif confirmé, à travers leurs connaissances du dossier patient. Résultats : le suivi actif mixte confirmé pour 13,4 % des patients. Les MG ...

Soins de santé primaires ; Santé mentale ; Communication ; PSYCHIATRIE ; Médecine et psychologie

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Objective: The primary purpose of this study is to examine the experience of parents with a serious mental illness with custody challenges outside the child protective services (CPS) system. Methods: Interview data from 596 parents with serious mental illnesses were obtained in a national survey. Survey questions assessed the presence of a serious mental illness, parenting status, experiences with CPS, and other custody challenges they may have experienced. Results: One third of respondents experienced a non-CPS custody challenge, and most had their mental health issues brought up in the proceedings. Certain factors were found to increase risk of custody challenge and loss of custody or change in parenting time. Conclusions and Implications for Practice: Psychiatric rehabilitation practitioners should be aware of all threats to parenting and expand efforts to prevent custody loss through interventions aimed at enhancing parenting knowledge, skills, supports, and advocacy. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2021 APA, all rights reserved).
Objective: The primary purpose of this study is to examine the experience of parents with a serious mental illness with custody challenges outside the child protective services (CPS) system. Methods: Interview data from 596 parents with serious mental illnesses were obtained in a national survey. Survey questions assessed the presence of a serious mental illness, parenting status, experiences with CPS, and other custody challenges they may have ...

Santé mentale ; Protection de l'enfance ; Parents - Santé mentale

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Les enjeux de littératie dans la communication au… – Santé mentale au Québec – Érudit | 2021-02-05 H

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Les enjeux de littératie dans la communication aux parents du diagnostic de trouble du spectre de l’autisme chez l’enfant. Un article de la revue Santé mentale au Québec (Mosaïque) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit.

SANTÉ ; PARENTS ; INFORMATION ; Santé mentale ; Autisme

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L’INTIMIDATION À L’ÉCOLE SECONDAIRE : ÉTUDE EXPLO… – Revue québécoise de psychologie – Érudit | 2021-02-05 H

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L’INTIMIDATION À L’ÉCOLE SECONDAIRE : ÉTUDE EXPLORATOIRE SUR L’IMPLICATION DES PSYCHOLOGUES SCOLAIRES. Un article de la revue Revue québécoise de psychologie (40 ANS DE PSYCHOLOGIE) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit.

PSYCHOLOGIE ; Intimidation ; Formation ; Discussion ; Santé mentale

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ÉTAT DES CONNAISSANCES DU TOURETTE EN MILIEU SCOL… – Revue québécoise de psychologie – Érudit | 2021-02-05 H

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ÉTAT DES CONNAISSANCES DU TOURETTE EN MILIEU SCOLAIRE : DIFFICULTÉS, ATTITUDES ET INTERVENTIONS. Un article de la revue Revue québécoise de psychologie (LA SANTÉ MENTALE À L’ÉCOLE : ENJEUX ET DÉFIS DE LA PROMOTION ET L’ACCOMPAGNEMENT) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit.

PSYCHOLOGIE ; Milieu scolaire ; Apprentissage ; Santé mentale ; Compréhension

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- 171 p.
Cote : WM9 S234 2021

Santé mentale ; Aidants naturels

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La pandémie de la COVID-19 a entraîné son lot de craintes, de stress et d’incertitudes dans la population. Plusieurs experts ont évoqué les répercussions négatives que cela pouvait avoir sur la santé mentale de la population, incluant les personnes vivant avec un trouble mental, naissant ou déjà existant. Les risques liés aux rechutes et autres impacts chez ces personnes

SANTÉ ; Stress ; Population ; Santé mentale ; Bien-être ; Coronavirus

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- 243 p.
Cote : WM172 Y43p 2020

Fictional, but thorough and realistic, case studies are at the heart of Physician Well-Being. One per chapter, they allow readers to get inside the minds of physicians and understand their lives and stressors, from long hours and staff shortages to onerous administrative demands.

For although physicians tend to live, on average, 2 years longer than nonphysicians in the general population, when it comes to mental health, the situation is more dire: 10-15 years after entering medical school, the average physician has twice the level of burnout of the average professional nonphysician. Suicide rates among physicians are 1.4 and 2 times higher than in the general population for men and women, respectively. Abuse of prescribed drugs is also higher than in community control subjects.

Physician Well-Being argues that the major reasons for physician distress are organizational and systemic and focuses on solutions that work, maintaining that changes in the culture and process of medicine aren't just possible, they're essential--not only for improving the well-being of health care providers but also for patient care and safety.

The volume's opening chapter examines the current culture of medicine and the unintended drawbacks of professionalism. Subsequent chapters delve into - Scenarios in a large health system and multidisciplinary clinic, focusing on solutions that work in current typical health care environments- Solutions needed to improve the onboarding of physicians in the early years of their career, starting in pre-med programs- Finding meaning in medicine and navigating the challenges of medical marriages, focusing on solutions that range from alternative medical and nonclinical careers to the use of technology to work remotely and more efficiently Each chapter includes concise literature reviews that highlight the most salient points, as well as a detailed list of references for readers interested in further exploration. The insights in the book will be useful not only to physicians and medical students but to anyone with an interest in the culture of health care.

Bolstered by knowledge gleaned from the author's own 30-year career as a psychiatrist, during which he has treated hundreds of physicians as patients, Physician Well-Being offers real-world solutions that serve to make health care systems more effective as the population ages and medical practice becomes ever more complicated.
Fictional, but thorough and realistic, case studies are at the heart of Physician Well-Being. One per chapter, they allow readers to get inside the minds of physicians and understand their lives and stressors, from long hours and staff shortages to onerous administrative demands.

For although physicians tend to live, on average, 2 years longer than nonphysicians in the general population, when it comes to mental health, the situation is more ...

Épuisement professionnel ; Épuisement professionnel - Prévention ; Santé mentale - Prévention ; Santé mentale ; Travailleurs - Santé mentale ; Stress dû au travail ; Stress dû au travail - Prévention

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Objective: Substantial literature has indicated that witnessing partner violence (WPV) is correlated with poor emotional, behavioral, and functional outcomes and is often associated with exposure to other potentially traumatic events. Young children are often overrepresented in the WPV group. This study fills an important gap in the literature by examining the association between WPV and other co-occurring trauma types and the association of early exposure to WPV with polyexposure, symptoms, and functional impairment. Method: Data from 8,446 youth presenting for clinical evaluation at a National Child Traumatic Stress Network Center were analyzed to examine (a) the association of WPV with polyexposure (defined as 4 or more trauma types); (b) the specific contribution of WPV in the context of polyexposure to posttraumatic stress, internalizing and externalizing symptoms, comorbid psychiatric conditions, functional impairment, and service utilization; and (c) the consequences of early exposure to WPV. Results: Youth with WPV were more likely to experience polyexposure than were youth without WPV (OR = 2.35, 95% confidence interval (CI) [2.11, 2.62]). When polyexposure was included in regression models, WPV was significantly associated with higher mean scores of functional impairment. Moreover, WPV before age 2 resulted in significantly greater risk of polyexposure than did WPV at age 7 or older (OR = 1.54, 95% CI [1.27, 1.86], for ages 7-10 and OR = 1.36, 95% CI [1.08, 1.72], for ages 11 and older). Conclusion: Early screening and intervention for WPV is needed to prevent polyexposure as well as impairments associated with both WPV and polyexposure.
Objective: Substantial literature has indicated that witnessing partner violence (WPV) is correlated with poor emotional, behavioral, and functional outcomes and is often associated with exposure to other potentially traumatic events. Young children are often overrepresented in the WPV group. This study fills an important gap in the literature by examining the association between WPV and other co-occurring trauma types and the association of ...

Violence entre conjoints ; Santé mentale ; Jeunesse - Protection, assistance, etc.

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Santé Mentale: Les groupes de parole | 2019-04-09 H

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Aujourd’hui, les groupes de parole semblent une réponse universelle aux problématiques psychiques ou sociales. Tout se passe souvent comme si le fait de proposer et conduire un groupe de parole allait de soi. L’expérience montre pourtant la nécessité de se former à la dynamique groupale et de s’appuyer sur une réflexion d’équipe. Quels sont les fonctions du groupe de parole et les différents types de dispositifs ? Comment élaborer un cadre conceptuel et méthodologique ? Repères théoriques et illustrations cliniques.
Aujourd’hui, les groupes de parole semblent une réponse universelle aux problématiques psychiques ou sociales. Tout se passe souvent comme si le fait de proposer et conduire un groupe de parole allait de soi. L’expérience montre pourtant la nécessité de se former à la dynamique groupale et de s’appuyer sur une réflexion d’équipe. Quels sont les fonctions du groupe de parole et les différents types de dispositifs ? Comment élaborer un cadre ...

SANTÉ ; Santé mentale ; PSYCHIATRIE ; SOINS ; Psychiatres

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Santé Mentale : Les groupes de parole | 2019-03-25 H

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LES GROUPES DE PAROLE
Aujourd’hui, les groupes de parole semblent une réponse universelle aux problématiques psychiques ou sociales. Tout se passe souvent comme si le fait de proposer et conduire un groupe de parole allait de soi. L’expérience montre pourtant la nécessité de se former à la dynamique groupale et de s’appuyer sur une réflexion d’équipe. Quels sont les fonctions du groupe de parole et les différents types de dispositifs ? Comment élaborer un cadre conceptuel et méthodologique ? Repères théoriques et illustrations cliniques.
LES GROUPES DE PAROLE
Aujourd’hui, les groupes de parole semblent une réponse universelle aux problématiques psychiques ou sociales. Tout se passe souvent comme si le fait de proposer et conduire un groupe de parole allait de soi. L’expérience montre pourtant la nécessité de se former à la dynamique groupale et de s’appuyer sur une réflexion d’équipe. Quels sont les fonctions du groupe de parole et les différents types de dispositifs ? Comment ...

Santé mentale ; Animation de groupes ; Psychothérapie de groupe ; Counseling de groupe

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Fédération des familles et amis de la personne atteinte de maladie mentale [4]

Bartha, Christina [3]

Rector, Neil A. [3]

Association des bibliothèques publiques du Québec [2]

Bromley, Sarah [2]

Choi, Monica [2]

Ernest, Debbie [2]

Faruqui, Sabiha [2]

Kitchen, Kate [2]

Shepard-Smith, Ashley [2]

Vuksic, Olga [2]

Association des parents et amis du malade mental de Granby et région [1]

Auger, Lucien [1]

Blake, Pamela [1]

Blanchette, Luc [1]

Bourdeau, Danielle [1]

Bowen, Sarah [1]

Budde, Henning [1]

Bush, Allister [1]

Cassidy-Eagle, Erin L. [1]

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Société québécoise de la schizophrénie [1]

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Stern, Theodore A. [1]

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