(One idea: use moodscope.com or similar, including carer or family as a automatic recipient of daily 'mood' scores, thus triggering potential intervention.)
The model is introduced through a website and blog -
Originally created in the UK by Brian E Hodges (Ret.) at Manchester Metropolitan University - Hodges' Health Career - Care Domains - Model [h2cm]
- can help map health, social care and OTHER issues, problems and solutions. The model takes a situated and multi-contextual view across four knowledge domains:
Our links pages cover each care (knowledge) domain e.g. SOCIOLOGY:
RMN, RGN, CPN(Cert), PGCE, PG(Dip) COPE, BA (Hons.).
Community Mental Health Nurse for Older Adults,
Independent Scholar and Informatics Specialist
h2cm: help 2C more - help 2 listen - help 2 care
Social researcher in renal medicine
This aspect also affects family carers whose physical or mental condition is severe.
Can we put resources into this venture. I know Carers have a right to "Life of my own" but is there realistic investment in supporting Carers, I doubt it. Integration and making systems joined up with single assessment and support plan can work a long way towards taking some of the frustrations for those suffering long term conditions and their family carers.
•The NICE Collaborative care model paper 2009, recommends a structured care management plan in supporting people with long term conditions, whilst this a valid method, it is clear that in the current economic climate that there is no likelihood of achieving this within current mental health staffing levels.
•Whilst the document is based on long term people with MH far too little emphasis on Wellbeing and early intervention models in the recommendations to decision makers at national level, the Sandwell model illustrates that early intervention model is likely to prevent many falling into the long term MH category whilst experiencing other non related MH conditions described in the paper.
•It was found to be interesting that the link between improved support for emotional, behavioural mental health aspects of physical illness - this has been researched for years by Health and Clinical Psychologists and is not new. It was assumed that the link being made here is that if barriers to integration are removed between mental health services and primary care of physical illness then cost savings can be made. This document is aimed at Clinical Commissioning Groups. E.g. the work on smoking cessation, which mcch is looking to promote in services and behavioural aspect links to mcch challenging behaviour strategy
•P.15 – mcch would all welcome a closer working relationship between mental health specialists and primary care. It is one of the issues that initially caused concerns when GP Commissioning was first debated. The examples are well thought out on pages 15, 16 and 17.
•A summary of this document would be good for our staff within the services to refer to.
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Hi, I have complex health issues from a brain tumour removal and am having issues with my care providers treating my physical health issues seriously (they mis diagnosed my brain tumour as a.stress band headache) as they put everything down to mental health as I have gad and depression. I have had deteriation of my arms and fatigue for 2 years and they will not send me to pain management or run any tests to help diagnose what I think is fibromyalgia or cronic fatigue. Working for a mental health charity I have had to be proactive and fight so hard and self diagnose but am still struggling for proper support. A person with physical issues with dementia would have BOTH their mh and ph supported but why people like me with both and probably neurological disabilities cannot get the services to work together to help me live some kind of purposeful life is beyond me.
hello. i am suffering with aniexy being self isolated and fear all time of the worse. i do my essentials like making something to eat and having a bath and even doing yoga in house but i get a depressing feeling even when i wake up. can anyone help me?
So sorry to hear that you're having a difficult time at the moment, this is an extremely stressful time and I know that a lot of people are dealing with anxiety at the moment. If you're not able to access your usual GP service at the moment, I would really recommend contacting the helpline for one of the following mental health charities, who may be able to help:
Anxiety UK: https://www.anxietyuk.org.uk/
There are also some online resources from SANE, sadly their telephone helpline isn’t currently operating: http://www.sane.org.uk/what_we_do/support/
And also online resources from Rethink: https://www.rethink.org/
I do hope this is helpful.
All the best,
So sad to hear of your anxiety. I am in a bad place and would be happy to receive email if you need to talk.