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Smartphone Applications for Mindfulness Interventions with Suicidality in Asian Older Adults: A Literature Review
- Carol C. Choo, J. Kuek, André A D Burton
- PsychologyInternational journal of environmental research…
- 1 December 2018
The paucity of rigorous empirically validated research into effective smartphone applications that can be used for mindfulness interventions for suicidality with Asian older adults was highlighted.
Asian perspectives on personal recovery in mental health: a scoping review.
The concept of personal recovery in Asia is extremely diverse and more research is needed to better understand how it is conceptualized, which could benefit frontline implementation of recovery-oriented services.
Barriers and facilitators of peer support work in a large psychiatric hospital: a thematic analysis
The findings echoed those of previous studies conducted in western countries providing some evidences for the cross-cultural nature of these barriers and facilitators, however, the way their impact can be mitigated or enhanced is likely to be different owing to cultural barriers.
Mindfulness and hemodynamics in asians: a literature review.
A Longitudinal Qualitative Analysis of the Way Peer Support Specialist Roles Change Over Time in a Psychiatric Hospital Setting in Asia
- D. Poremski, J. Kuek, H. Chua
- PsychologyAdministration and Policy in Mental Health and…
- 14 August 2021
Participants appear to pass through four phases over the course of their employment as peers: early beginnings, establishing the role, role narrowing, and role sustainability.
Nursing Students' Perception Toward Recovery in Mental Health: A Descriptive Qualitative Study.
- Wei Wei Chua, J. Kuek, Y. Goh
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of the American Psychiatric Nurses…
- 19 June 2021
The findings suggest that the need for a more holistic approach encompassing personal recovery should be included in the nursing curriculum to promote enabling support in the recovery of people experiencing mental health conditions beyond medical interventions.
Medical students’ perception towards mental health recovery: a descriptive qualitative study
The medical undergraduates in this study predominantly conceptualised recovery based on functions, although many also agreed on respecting patients’ perspectives in defining it and aligns with contemporary approaches that emphasise more shared decision-making opportunities and empowering people with mental health conditions.
The personal recovery movement in Singapore - past, present and future.
- J. Kuek, Angelina Grace Liang, Ting Wei Goh, D. Poremski, A. Su, H. Chua
- MedicineAnnals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore
- 1 December 2021
A broad overview of how the personal recovery movement developed and suggestions on how it can evolve further are provided.
Machine Learning in Health Promotion and Behavioral Change: Scoping Review
- Y. Goh, Jenna Qing Yun Ow Yong, Bernice Qian Hui Chee, J. Kuek, C. Ho
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of medical Internet research
- 1 June 2022
The challenges pertained to not only the time- and resource-consuming nature of ML-based applications, but also the burden on users for data input and the degree of personalization.