The impact on mental health in others of those in a position of authority : a perspective of parents , teachers , trainers and supervisors

@inproceedings{Donovan2006TheIO,
  title={The impact on mental health in others of those in a position of authority : a perspective of parents , teachers , trainers and supervisors},
  author={Robert J Donovan and Nadine Henley and Geoffrey Jalleh and Sven R. Silburn and Steve R Zubrick and Anwen A. Williams},
  year={2006}
}
Improved mental health in the population requires a long-term and holistic approach involving multiple sectors of the community not just mental health service providers. People in authority over others, that is, parents, teachers and employers, could provide a leverage point for a universal intervention to promote mental health in those in their care. A telephone survey of 1,000 metropolitan and 500 country male and female respondents was conducted in Western Australia. Four types of ‘authority… CONTINUE READING

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 18 references

Report to Healthway

  • R. J. Donovan, N. Watson, +7 authors C. Roberts
  • Mental Health Promotion Scoping Project
  • 2003
Highly Influential
6 Excerpts

A conceptual framework for the study of work and mental health

  • P. Warr
  • Work & Stress, 8, 84-97.
  • 1994
Highly Influential
5 Excerpts

Implementing mental health promotion : the ‘ Act - Belong - Commit ’ Mentally Healthy WA campaign in Western Australia

  • L. Friedli
  • International Journal of Mental Health Promotion
  • 2006

Implementing mental health promotion: the ‘Act-Belong-Commit

  • R. J. Donovan, R. James, G. J. Jalleh, C. Sidebottom
  • 2006

Promoting mental health in the United Kingdom: a case study in many parts

  • L. Friedli
  • Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of…
  • 2005
1 Excerpt

Workplace prevention and promotion strategies . Discussion paper

  • P. Warr
  • Healthcare Papers
  • 2004

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…