International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Open Access

ISSN: 2329-9096

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Ashley Weinberg

Department of Psychology and Public Health, University of Salford, Frederick Road,Salford,M6 6PU, UK

  • Review Article   
    Sustaining Good Mental Health in the Face of Health and Political Crisis
    Author(s): Ashley Weinberg*

    Good mental health should be free to all. However, the many factors that contribute to our daily and longer-term psychological well-being are rarely constant and where we need support finances are often a consideration, whether our own or those of the health services on offer. Furthermore, access to positive experiences of mental health is governed by a host of everyday and dispositional variables, over which we have limited control. This is certainly true of the workplace as elsewhere and the last decade has seen unprecedented progress in developing national strategies around the world to support mental health at work. However, in times of change and uncertainty, risks to psychological well-being increase and so this has proved during the waves of fear and loss during the COVID-19 pandemic, further fuelled by anxieties accompanying economic and political tension.. View More»
    DOI: 10.35248/2329-9096.21.9.595

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