Mental Health as Public Health: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Ethics of Prevention, Vol 2

  • ID: 4759480
  • Book
  • 300 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Mental Health as Public Health: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Ethics of Prevention, Volume Two in the Developments in Neuroethics and Bioethics series, brings the most recent advances and information on Neuroethics and Bioethics. Chapters in this new release include Machine learning and suicide prevention: Considering context as a guide to ethical design, Identifying adolescents at risk of depression in global health: Benefits and risks, Ethics of early intervention and early detection in psychosis, The prevention of posttraumatic stress and the limits of positive, Parenting research and interventions applied internationally and cross-culturally, and more.

  • Highlights issues surrounding mental health and discusses ethical concerns.
  • Covers issues in public mental health, such as stigma, capacity and confidentiality
  • Contains cutting-edge, original research by an interdisciplinary collection of authors, including experts in public health ethics, psychiatric ethics and global mental health
  • Focuses on areas of mental disability where the empirical research is most extensive, thus providing an evidence-based grounding for ethical analysis
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1. Is coercion ever beneficent? Public health ethics in early intervention and prevention for mental health Alex McKeown, Rose Mortimer, Arianna Manzini, Ilina Singh 2. Public mental health across cultures: The ethics of primary prevention of depression, focusing on the Dakhla oasis of Egypt Mohammed Rashed, Rachel Bingham 3. Prevention in prayer camps? The ethics of government engagement in Ghana's 2012 mental health legislation Lauren Taylor 4. Public mental health without the "health?: A Mad Pride/neurodiversity perspective on public mental health problems that are neither problems, nor are about health Ginger Hoffman 5. Conceptual and ethical problems in screening for major depressive disorder Dany Lamothe, Mona Gupta 6. Machine learning and suicide prevention: Considering context as a guide to ethical design Phoebe Friesen, Katie O'Leary 7. Identifying adolescents at risk of depression in global health: Benefits and risks Kamal Gautam, Gloria Pedersen, Syed Shabab Wahid, Brandon A. Kohrt 8. Ethics of early intervention and early detection in psychosis Charlotte Marriott, Matthew Broome 9. Preparing for the unthinkable? The prevention of posttraumatic stress and the limits of positive psychology Ulrich Koch 10. Parenting research and interventions applied internationally and cross-culturally: Some benefits and risks to consider Rebecca Hock, Elizabeth Levey, Christine Cooper-Vince, Benjamin Harris 11. Primum non nocere
The ethics of public health strategies for obesity and their implications for eating disorders Jacinta Tan, Suzana Corciova, Dasha Nicholls
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