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  • Creative Arts as a Medium for MHP in Schools
    20/10/2009
    This document explores the potential of creative art processes as a medium for progressive Mental Health Promotion in schools. These processes have been chosen because of their capacity to deepen transformative experiences. When engaged with the major themes of identity, belonging and meaning-making, their experiential nature and multi-sensory approaches provide insight into and support for emotional, mental, physical and spiritual well-being. Settings: Education
    MHP Steps: Preparation
  • Head Start Bureau. Promoting Mental Health. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, 1998
    20/10/2009
    This technical training guide encourages mental health promotion for all members of the Head Start community. Activities build skills in creating responsive, respectful relationships with coworkers, parents and children are an integral part in building programs that promote the ability of children and families to respond well to challenge and adversity. Settings: Education
    MHP Steps: Implementation
  • ACT CISM On-Line Workplace Stress Management Course
    06/10/2009
    ACT CISM is a not-for-profit Community Association in Australia that provides information, referrals and support in critical incident stress management and related fields. The Association has a special interest in pre-crisis preparation, including mental health promotion in stress, critical incident stress and trauma. This is a short online course providing an explanation of stress, its impact and how to manage your stress levels in the workplace The course includes detailed information about the physiological effects of stress. The course highlights the importance of how stress is perceived and responded to by an individual. The impact of environmental stressors is also discussed with reference to “good” stress and unhealthy stress. Finally, recommendations are offered indicating efficient ways to deal with stress and promote workplace health. Settings: Workplace
    MHP Steps: Needs Analysis | Implementation
  • The Safe Living Guide
    06/10/2009
    This guide provides advice on how to prevent injuries by keeping your home, yourself and your environment as safe as you can. Checklists allow you to verify and increase the safety of your surroundings and lifestyle, and real-life stories offer testimony to the benefits of adapting. Settings: Residence for Older People
    MHP Steps: Needs Analysis
  • Stress Risk
    06/10/2009
    StressRisk is a comprehensive online system for carrying out assessments for workplace stress in accordance with the UK Health & Safety Executive requirements. StressRisks enables managers, HR, or OH professionals to set up stress risk projects for individual workgroups or the whole organisation, encourages individual employees to complete online or hard copy StressRisk questionnaires and provide them with immediate online access to their confidential personal report, produces immediate online group reports available to managers and employees showing the key risk factors, levels of morale and wellbeing, and employees' ideas for improvement, encourages the team to discuss the issues outlined in the group report and identifies local interventions which are then entered onto the system, keeps an audit trail, provides internal benchmarks, records and tracks interventions, and initiates follow-up assessments to monitor progress and shows improvement. Settings: Workplace
    MHP Steps: Needs Analysis | Follow Up | Preparation | Implementation
  • Influencing the Organizational Environment to Create Healthy Workplaces
    06/10/2009
    This pack is designed for practitioners who support the development of healthy workplaces in their community and would like to increase their understanding of the ways in which the organizational environment affects workplace health. It provides practical ideas about what practitioners can do to promote healthy workplace environments. It also introduces a planning framework and contains relevant questionnaires. It is best described as a short 'how-to' pack. Settings: Workplace
    MHP Steps: Needs Analysis | Preparation | Implementation
  • Older Workers Issues, Expectations and Looking to the Future
    06/10/2009
    This publication points at the important role older workers could and should have in the workplace. It informs about issues that concern the older workers on the one hand and issues that concern the employers on the other hand. Finally practical tips for both groups are suggested. Settings: Workplace
    MHP Steps: Preparation
  • Influencing Employee Health
    06/10/2009
    This short document shows the results of a survey of perceptions of health, encompassing positive physical and emotional aspects of well-being. It then goes onto provide advice on how to build healthier work environments and to help improve your employees lifestyles. Settings: Workplace
    MHP Steps: Preparation
  • Healthy Employees in Healthy Organisations
    06/10/2009
    This self assessment questionnaire was developed to help organisations record the quality of their workplace health promotion measures and continually improve them. The tool can be used by OSH professionals and personnel management in organisations . The tool is also suitable for members of works councils and WHP consultants. it is based on the model of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) and was especially adapted for the assessment of health promotion measures Settings: Workplace
    MHP Steps: Needs Analysis
  • What's Happening with Well-Being at Work?
    06/10/2009
    This document looks at employee and organisational well-being. It includes a number of case studies. Settings: Workplace
    MHP Steps: Preparation

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