Migration and mental health / edited by Dinesh Bhugra and Susham Gupta.
Contributor(s): Bhugra, Dinesh [jt. editor] | Gupta, Susham [jt. editor].Series: Cambridge medicine (Series): Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011Description: 1 online resource (xv, 350 pages).ISBN: 9780521190770; 0511933037; 9780511760990; 051176099X.Subject(s): Emigration and immigration -- Mental health | Psychotherapy | PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental Health | PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental Illness | MEDICAL -- Mental Health | Transients and Migrants -- psychology | Emigrants and Immigrants -- psychology | PsychotherapyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Migration in mental health.DDC classification: 362.2086/91 Online resources: Available via Ebooks on EBSCOhost - Shibboleth Login Required
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: setting the scene / Dinesh Bhugra and Susham Gupta -- Epidemiological aspects of migration and mental illness / James B. Kirkbride and Peter B. Jones -- Migration and mental illness: an epidemiological perspective / I-Chao Liu and Andrew T.A. Cheng -- Globalisation: internal borders and external boundaries / Dinesh Bhugra and Susham Gupta -- Pre-migration, personality and precipitating factors / Thomas Stompe [and others] -- Ethnicity, migration and mental health: the role of social and economic inequalities / James Nazroo and Karen Iley -- Risk and protective factors in mental health among migrants / Driss Moussaoui and Mohamed Agoub -- Psychosis, migration and ethic minority status: a story of inequality, rejection and discrimination / Tom K.J. Craig -- Migration and its impact on the psychopathology of psychoses / Thomas Stompe and David Holzer -- Identity, idioms ad inequalities: providing psychotherapies for South Asian women / Kamaldeep Bhui and Tamsin Black -- Cultural bereavement, culture shock and culture conflict: adjustments and reactions / Dinesh Bhugra, Wojteck Wojcik and Susham Gupta -- Collective trauma / Daya Somasundaram -- The impact of acculturative stress on the mental health of migrants / Pedro Ruiz, I. Carol Maggi and Anna Yusim -- Migration and mental health of older people / Ajit Shah -- Migration and its effects on child mental health / Nisha Dogra, Khalid Karim and Pablo Ronzoni -- Mental health issues related to migration in women / Prabha S. Chandra -- Migration and LGBT groups / Dinesh Bhugra [and others] -- Adapting mental health services to the needs of migrants and ethnic minorities / David Ingleby -- Intercultural mediation: reconstructing Hermes, the messenger gets a voice / Adil Qureshi [and others] -- Migrants and mental health: working across culture and language / Rachel Tribe -- Psychological therapies for immigrant communities / Stephen Turner and Dinesh Bhugra -- Ethno-psychopharmacology / Norman Poole -- Migration and physical illnesses / Gurvinder Kalra, Priyadarshini Natarajan and Dinesh Bhugra -- Mental health of migrants in China -- is it a No Man's Land? / Roger Man Kin Ng -- Immigrant and refugee mental health in Canada: lessons and prospects / Laura Simich and Morton Beiser -- Conclusions / Dinesh Bhugra and Susham Gupta.
"Human migration is a global phenomenon and is on the increase. It occurs as a result of 'push' factors (asylum, natural disaster), or as a result of 'pull' factors (seeking economic or educational improvement). Whatever the cause of the relocation, the outcome requires individuals to adjust to their new surroundings and cope with the stresses involved, and as a result, there is considerable potential for disruption to mental health. This volume explores all aspects of migration, on all scales, and its effect on mental health. It covers migration in the widest sense and does not limit itself to refugee studies. It covers issues specific to the elderly and the young, as well as providing practical tips for clinicians on how to improve their own cultural competence in the work setting. The book will be of interest to all mental health professionals and those involved in establishing health and social policy"--Provided by publisher.