Click here to have a look at some of the new book titles we have added to the Library in August and September 2015. All LCFT staff and students are able to join the Library and borrow these titles. Don’t worry if you’re not based in Preston – we can loan books to you and send them in the internal post to your work address.
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Emily Eisner, PhD Student at the University of Manchester is currently completing a research project, ExPRESS 2 in Adult Mental Health and Early Intervention Services at Lancashire Care Foundation Trust. She has recently had an article about the study published on the BBC news website.
Emma Cummings, Health Visitor at Lancashire Care, reflects on her experiences of undertaking the Lancashire Internship for Nurturing Research Capability and Skills (LINCS) Clinical Academic Research Internship. The aim of this internship programme was to build research capacity and capability by creating and supporting research opportunities for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals (AHP). This internship is offering her the opportunity to prepare an application for a doctoral fellowship where she hopes to undertake a piece of research to further explore the role of health visitors in supporting women suffering from perinatal mental illness.
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION 19(2):47-62 · OCTOBER 2015
Dr Victoria Cairns, Dr Graeme Reid, Dr Craig Murray, Dr Stephen Weatherhead.
Dr Graeme Reid, Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Lancashire Care, has co-authored this paper. The study aims to explore the experience of people with first episode psychosis engaging with a process of psychosocial formulation whilst also being supported by clinicians representing a biological understanding of psychosis.
This Library bulletin provides further reading to support the ‘Making Every Contact Count’ programme.
There are links to recent research papers and articles in each of the MECC areas to give you further background information and evidence to consolidate what you have learned in your training, and to give you ideas and confidence for practising MECC in your day-to-day encounters. The section on smoking cessation includes a Cochrane review about interventions to increase adherence to medications for tobacco dependence and what PHE says about e-cigarettes. There are peer-reviewed articles about different diets for weight loss and a study exploring alcohol intake and cancer risk, as well as articles on how to start a MECC conversation.
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Lancashire Care Library and Information Service, June 2015
Click here to have a look at some of the new book titles we have added to the Library in April and May 2015. All LCFT staff and students are able to join the Library and borrow these titles. Don’t worry if you’re not based in Preston – we can loan books to you and send them in the internal post to your work address.