Tag Archives: Wellness and Resilience

More on the Likely Benefits of Resilience, Marriage and Social Integration (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health / Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry)

Summary Autonomy among more “resilient” individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) appears to be higher than among “non-resilient” individuals. Outcomes were measured in terms of independence, measured by performance of basic activities of daily living (ADL), instrumental activities of daily … Continue reading

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On the Possible Advantages of Spiritual Coping Models for Improving Patient Wellbeing (Health and Quality of Life Outcomes)

Summary An examination of evidence on the relationships between spirituality and improved personal resilience, the ability to overcome challenges and resulting quality of life outcomes. Full Text Link Reference Counted, V. Possamai, A. [and] Meade, T. (2018). Relational spirituality and … Continue reading

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Reconnecting Health and Spirituality? (JAMA)

Summary A recent Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) article summarises evidence for the view that patients’ spiritual and religious views have been long neglected in mainstream medical literature and practice. It is suggested a greater focus on spirituality … Continue reading

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Public Health England’s Research and Innovation Strategy (PHE / NHS IQ)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) have released their strategy for research, development and innovation, following a consultation. The set of seven PHE priorities have been resolved across five broader high level strategic constructs. Topic headings in this report comprise: The … Continue reading

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Public Health England’s Annual Plan (PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) have released their annual plan, which presents this organisation’s core functions and outlines intended actions for the coming year. “We … continue to support local authorities, the NHS and others to help people live longer, … Continue reading

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The Power of Language: Weighing the Pros and Cons of the Term “Frailty” (Nursing Times / Age UK / BGS / BritainThinks)

Summary The “Frailty: Language and Perceptions” report, commissioned by Age UK and the British Geriatrics Society, indicates that use of the word “frailty” could deter older people from accessing services. Medical terminology such as “frailty” (and presumably “geriatric” too?) sometimes … Continue reading

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Public Health Reasearch Priorities and Related Developments (BBC News / PHE / NAO)

Summary A consultation document presents Public Health England (PHE)’s plans for research, development and innovation. The seven priorities are: Tackling obesity. Reducing smoking. Reducing harmful drinking. Ensuring every child has the best start in life. Reducing dementia risks. Tackling antimicrobial … Continue reading

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