Sökning: "kunskap om psykisk ohälsa sjukdom"
Hittade 4 avhandlingar innehållade orden kunskap om psykisk ohälsa sjukdom.
Sammanfattning : The aim of this doctoral thesis is to – from a child perspective and with children as informants – describe and analyze childhood conditions for children whose parents suffer from severe mental illness. The method used is qualitative – 28 children, 10 boys and 18 girls, 7–18 years old, were interviewed about their parents’ mental disorder; the family situation and their own personal life – in school and during free time. LÄS MER
2. Social stressors and their association with psychosomatic problems among adolescents : Implications for school social work
Sammanfattning : The overall aim was to investigate associations between family-, school- and individual-related social stressors and adolescents’ psychosomatic problems, and which factors might moderate these associations. A cross-sectional study design was employed to collect data and 3764 Swedish adolescents (girls 51. LÄS MER
3. “It was like I had to fit into a category” : people with trans experiences navigating access to trans-specific healthcare and health
Sammanfattning : Background: Trans issues have received increased attention over the last couple of years and important changes have been made in the legislation relating to gender reassignment and in trans-specific healthcare practices. At the same time, many people with trans experiences report poor mental health, bad experiences when encountering the healthcare and a tendency to postpone seeking care due to being badly treated. LÄS MER
4. 101 Women's patterns of daily occupations : Characteristics and realtionships to health and well-being
Sammanfattning : This thesis investigated the concept of balance in daily occupations. The overarching aim was to explore women’s patterns of everyday occupations and to investigate relationships between different aspects of patterns of daily occupations and health and well-being. The participants were working, cohabitant women with pre-school children. LÄS MER