Nicci Botha
Lessons not learnt: Public mental health still in a dismal state

Lessons not learnt: Public mental health still in a dismal state
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[Nicci Botha] It appears that the Esidimeni tragedy has not had impact on improving the care of public sector mental health patients...

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Boris Dzhingarov
Drug education and why it is important to every individual - Monetary Library

Boris Dzhingarov[Boris Dzhingarov] With illegal drugs easily made available to anyone looking for them, it is important that people focus on raising awareness about the dangers of drugs and drug abuse...

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Boris Dzhingarov
Stress at work - How meditation can help - Monetary Library

Boris Dzhingarov[Boris Dzhingarov] The right kind of stress can result in increased preparation and enhance performance. But stress can, of course, also be hugely damaging. At its worst, stress can kill...

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Chemory Gunko
Hitting rock bottom and finding hope

Chemory Gunko[Chemory Gunko] I think it's fair to say that 2014 has been a pretty horrible year for many, many people, including me...

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Claudia Klein
Using hypnosis to stop addictive behaviour

Using hypnosis to stop addictive behaviour[Claudia Klein] Whether your addiction is classified as a disorder or simply an unwanted behaviour, there comes a time when we decide to make a change. But that's not as easy as it sounds.

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Chamendran Naidoo
The patient who cried wolf: Assuming the sick role

Chamendran Naidoo[Chamendran Naidoo] At some point, we've all heard the fable "The Boy Who Cried Wolf", the moral of which relates to those who are known to alarm others with imagined dangers, and the fact that they are less likely to be believed in the face of actual danger, possibly with dire consequences. In the medical world, this tale plays out in the concept of the sick role.

Posted 6 years ago | Like