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  1. Key Text 5 items
    1. Psychology, mental health and distress - John Cromby, David Harper, Paula Reavey 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Ebook is one user licence. Print copies also available below.

    2. Psychology, mental health and distress - John Cromby, David Harper, Paula Reavey 2013

      Book Essential Print copies, ebook format above.

    3. Key concepts in mental health - David Pilgrim 2017

      Book Recommended for purchase 4th edition (earlier edition also available below). Digitised chapters: 'Childhood adversity' pp 54-60 and 'Biopsychosocial Model' pp 73-76 available via online resource button.

    4. Key concepts in mental health - David Pilgrim 2014

      Book Essential 3rd edition available in library

    5. Mental health, service user involvement and recovery - Jenny Weinstein 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended for purchase

  2. Semester 1, week 1 6 items
    This material is your pre- and post- reading for week 1: Introduction to module. It is essentially about study skills to support you with these reading tasks.
    1. Essential study skills: the complete guide to success at university - Tom Burns, Sandra Sinfield 2016

      Book  Read pp52-61 'how to survice academic reading' and consider what your general attitudes to reading are. Share these ideas (information given in class). Digitised chapter available via online resource button.

    2. Key concepts in mental health - David Pilgrim 2017

      Book  Read pp77-79 'Madness'. Write a list of terms associated with madness.

    3. Psychology, mental health and distress - John Cromby, David Harper, Paula Reavey 2013

      Book  Read pp255-257 and summarise either: 'public opinion about the causes of distress' or 'the relationship of causal beliefs to attitdues' (i.e. make notes using your own words).

    4. Psychology, mental health and distress - John Cromby, David Harper, Paula Reavey 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book  One user licence ebook.

    5. The study skills handbook - Stella Cottrell 2013

      Book  Read / study p. 164 'identifying and selecting relevant information'. Make brief notes and draw from tips on here and the pre-reading task. Keep your notes for future study skills (ASk).

    6. The study skills handbook - Stella Cottrell 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book  One user licence ebook.

  3. Semester 1, week 2 4 items
    This is the material for pre- and post- reading for week 2: Models that help to understand the experience of mental ill health
    1. Psychology, mental health and distress - John Cromby, David Harper, Paula Reavey 2013

      Book  p16 - 'models of distress'. Read and name five of the most common forms of distress listed in this chapter. (Q&A beginning of week 2). Digitised: pp16 and 127-134 - available via online resource button.

    2. The rise and fall of the biopsychosocial model - Ghaemi, S. Nassir 01/07/2009

      Article  Try out the followwing reading techniques on this article: 'Scan reading'; 'skim reading'; and then 'intensive reading'. Refer to week 1 task.

    3. Psychology, mental health and distress - John Cromby, David Harper, Paula Reavey 2013

      Book  Read pp127-134 'Recognising causal influences' (including box 6.2). Read and understand the definitions of causal influences. One user licence ebook available below.

    4. Psychology, mental health and distress - John Cromby, David Harper, Paula Reavey 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book  One user licence ebook.

  4. Semester 1, week 3 4 items
    Please read attached notes to each text for instructions
    1. Key concepts in mental health - David Pilgrim 2017

      Book  Read chapter on 'Recovery' and consider the question 'what does recovery mean for you?'

    2. Models of mental health - Gavin Davidson 2016

      Book  Read pp 108-109 'The recovery approach' and consider 'what does recovery mean to you?' - this section is digitised and available via online resource button. The ebook (one user licence) is also available below

    3. Models of mental health - Gavin Davidson, Jim Campbell, Ciarǹ Shannon, Ciaran Mulholland 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book  This ebook is one user licence.

    4. On the very idea of a recovery model for mental health - Lucas, Peter 01/01/2011

      Article  Read pp24-28 and make notes. Consider the viewpoint on recovery presented by the authors.

  5. Semester 1, week 4 2 items
    Please read the attached notes under each task for instructions.
    1. Solution-focused approach therapy for mental health nursing students - Evans, Anne-Marie 28/11/2013

      Article  Read and make notes - what do you think about brief therapy?

    2. What's in a name? Clients’ experiences of single session therapy - Imogen O'Neill 02/2017

      Article  This is for post-lecture reading: consider the advantages and disadvantages of 'single session' therapy, if you are in placement, think about it in relation to some of the individuals within your care (discussion week 5)

  6. Semester 1, week 5 1 item
    Please read the attached notes under each task / reading for instructions. **Please see Blackboard for the link to the relevant NICE guidelines**
    1. The availability of therapy and therapists: the stepped care model as a possible solution - 17556228200600012

      Article  Read and make notes on this, relating it to your group presentation. In your presentation groups, discuss your learning on the stepped care model

  7. Semester 1, week 6 2 items
    Please read the attached notes under each task / reading for instructions.
    1. Essential study skills: the complete guide to success at university - Tom Burns, Sandra Sinfield 2016

      Book  Read pp. 225-240 'how to deliver excellent presentations'. Make notes to use when you are preparing for your group presentations. Remember that part of the peer assessment is about presentation skills. This digitised chapter is available via the online resources button.

    2. Successful qualitative research: a practical guide for beginners - Virginia Braun, Victoria Clarke 2013

      Book  pp/ 321-322 (table). Consider how your poster fits into this design. Discuss with your group what can be changed or improved.

  8. Semester 1, week 8 2 items
    Look at the attached instructions for each task.
    1. The study skills handbook - Stella Cottrell 2013

      Book  Read pp. 171-176 'making notes'. The post-lecture task is about finding articles / literature relating to your presentations, so apply learning from this task to note-taking on that task.

    2. The study skills handbook - Stella Cottrell 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book  One user licence ebook.

  9. semester 1, week 9 5 items
    Look at the attached nstructions for each task.
    1. Key concepts in mental health - David Pilgrim 2017

      Book  Read pp. 63-66 "ICD (International Classification of Diseases)" & pp. 66-70 "DSM (Diagnostic Statistical Manual)" in preparation for "Mental Health Conditions"

    2. Models of mental health - Gavin Davidson 2016

      Book  pp. 74-82 "Critical Psychiatry Perspectives". Read the section starting at 'Theory' to consider how a critical approach to psychiatry and mental health challenges DSM5 / ICD 10 (11)

    3. Models of mental health - Gavin Davidson, Jim Campbell, Ciarǹ Shannon, Ciaran Mulholland 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    4. Influencing mental health policy and planning: DSM–5 as a disciplinary challenge for psychology. - David Pilgrim 2014

      Article  Read article to further develop understanding of critical psychiatry.

    5. An Assessment and Diagnosis Case Study Is Not a Closed Case - Doris M. Van Byssum 08/2015

      Article  This is the article we will be using as a case study in class. I have printed off some, however, you may wish to retain an electronic copy for referencing in your group presentations.

  10. Semester 1, week 10 2 items
    Look at attached notes for each task.
    1. Use of a formal consensus development technique to produce recommendations for improving the effectiveness of adult mental health multidisciplinary team meetings - Wallace, Isla 2015

      Article  This article critiques the effectiveness of MDT meetings through research. Summarise the discussion section, including the strengths and limitations / conclusions (pp.8-12)

    2. Mental health policy and practice - Jon Glasby, Jerry Tew, Helen Lester 2014

      Book  pp.66-72 "Primary care and mental health" and pp.80-83 "Co-ordinating community mental health services". Summarise these two sections in your own words (NB it could be useful for your presentations).

  11. Semester 2, Week 1 1 item
    This is your pre-reading for Week 1. It may also be useful for FDMH1211 as you will be looking at legislation in that module too.
    1. Mental health policy and practice - Jon Glasby, Jerry Tew, Helen Lester 2014

      Book  Please read pp. 19-59 "Mental health policy" - this is a long chapter, so dip in and out depending on your area of interest. It is one where you may need to go back to after the lecture.

  12. Semester 2, Week 2 2 items
    This is your pre-and post lecture reading. Please note that the post-lecture tasks are YouTube clips. I have included the link to the page, it is quite an interesting one to subscribe to and I hope you will find it useful.
    1. Mental health law in England and Wales - Paul Barber 2017

      Book  Please read and take notes on: pp.1 - 8 "Background to the Mental Health Act, 2007".

    2. Mental Health Act - YouTube - YouTube

      Audio-visual document  This channel breaks down the different sections of both the MHA and MCA and each section is delivered by the person or people involved in that particular process. It is a very useful resource, both for this module, FDMH1211 and yourselves as practitioner

  13. Essential Reading 14 items
    1. Human growth and development - Chris Beckett, Hilary A. Taylor 2016

      Book Essential

    2. Mental health law in England and Wales - Paul Barber 2017

      Book Essential

    3. Mental health policy and practice - Jon Glasby, Jerry Tew, Helen Lester 2014

      Book Essential

    4. Successful qualitative research: a practical guide for beginners - Virginia Braun, Victoria Clarke 2013

      Book Essential Digitised: pp 321-322 'Some relatively inflexible guidance for poster design'

    5. The handbook of adult clinical psychology: an evidence-based practice approach 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential 2nd edition ebook. Earlier edition available.

    6. The handbook of adult clinical psychology: an evidence based practice approach - Alan Carr, Muireann McNulty 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential 1st edition Ebook & Print versions available.

    7. The handbook of adult clinical psychology: an evidence-based practice approach - Alan Carr, Muireann McNulty 2006

      Book Essential 1st edition Ebook & Print versions available.

    8. Models for Mental Disorder - Peter Tyrer 2013

      Book Essential Ebook and print available. 5th edition

    9. Models for mental disorder - Peter Tyrer 2013

      Book Essential Ebook and print available. 5th edition.

    10. Evidence in mental health care - Stefan Priebe, Mike Slade 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    11. Casebook of evidence-based therapy for eating disorders 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Ebook (one user licence)

    12. Casebook of evidence-based therapy for eating disorders - Heather Thompson-Brenner

      Book Essential Print format

  14. Journals 3 items
  15. Websites 3 items
  16. Ted Talks 1 item
  17. Videos 1 item
  18. Essential study skills: the complete guide to success at university - Tom Burns, Sandra Sinfield 2016

    Book 

  19. Thinking about the lifecourse: a psychosocial introduction - Elizabeth Frost, Stuart McClean 2014 (electronic resource)

    Book  Ebook (one user licence)

  20. Thinking about the lifecourse - Elizabeth Frost 2013

    Book  Print format

  21. Models of mental health - Gavin Davidson, Jim Campbell, Ciarǹ Shannon, Ciaran Mulholland 2016 (electronic resource)

    Book  Ebook (one user licence)

  22. Models of mental health - Gavin Davidson 2016

    Book  Print format

  23. The rise and fall of the biopsychosocial model - Ghaemi, S. Nassir 01/07/2009

    Article  Please read pp3-4 and see lecture task for instructions

  24. On the very idea of a recovery model for mental health - Lucas, Peter 01/01/2011

    Article  Read and make notes on this article, paying attention to pp24-28. Consider the viewpoint on recovery presented by the authors.

  25. Mental Health Act - YouTube - YouTube

    Audio-visual document  This YouTube subscription channel is really interesting and useful as it breaks down the different sections of the MHA and MCA and the people who are involved in those sections are the ones who present the clip. I think it will also be very useful for your work in FDMH1211 also, as well as helping you understand legislation within your own practice.