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Mental Health and Illness in the public mirror

Mental health and illness in the public mirror

Magdalena Rosset, Miriam Jaspersen, Anja Dittrich, Eva Baumann and Paul Bomke share their research findings on how mental health and illness is reflected in journalism.
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Peer counselling in the Palatinate region

In this article, Paul Bomke and Lena Kuntz discuss counselling centres in Germany, particularly in the Palatinate region.
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Sleep is the best medicine: The repair programme for strengthening resilience

In this article, Dr Hans-Günter Weeß explains the connection between sleep, mental health and strengthening resilience.
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Resilience in rural areas through participation: Insight from a mental health provider

Pfalzklinikum, a service provider for mental health in the Rhineland-Palatinate in Southwest Germany with over 2,000 employees in 14 locations, provides an insight into what they call the new health in the village, that is a participation project fostering resilience in rural areas
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Mental health in Germany: A focus on ward-equivalent treatment

Laura Kirschbacher, Corporate Communications Manager at Pfalzklinikum AdöR talks about ward-equivalent treatment (WeT), a special kind of hometreatment, where a multi-professional team visits the patients at home: She accompanied WeT social worker Linda Seez to find out more.

The Werther effect – About the handling of suicide in the media

Vivien Kogler and Alexander Noyon from Mannheim University of Applied Sciences investigate suicidality, the Werther effect and the role of medial presentation in this context. As guest authors at Pfalzklinikum they summarized the subject of the thesis written by Vivien Kogler. The Werther effect is the mimicry of suicide after a...

The promotion of resilience as a communication challenge

People succeeding in acting adaptively under extreme stress or unfavorable conditions have considerably higher chances to sustainably stay healthy.
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Autonomous in Old Age

Lisa Ehrhardt, Deputy Director "Regional Offers Living in Old Age" at Pfalzklinikum presents the work of their day centers for the elderly in the Palatinate.
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Autonomous in Old Age – Pfalzklinikum Day Centers for the Elderly

Pfalzklinikum is a service provider for mental health in the Palatinate in Southwest Germany. Its three certified day centers for the elderly focus on the promotion of cognitive and motoric skills.
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A postcard showing a canopy bed: An ex-user of mental health services shares his...

In an interview, Franz-Josef Wagner tells Elena Posth from Pfalzklinikum AdöR about his experiences as an ex-user of mental health services in the Rhineland-Palatinate region of Germany
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From Rwanda into the clinical pharmacy in the Palatinate

As part of their partnership, Rhineland-Palatinate region of Germany and Rwanda foster the exchange of knowledge in hospital management, medical professions and psychiatric care by funding mutual visits of their local experts as this profile reveals In the course of this exchange, two young scholarship holders visited Pfalzklinikum, service provider...

Pfalzklinikum – service provider for mental health and resilience

Pfalzklinikum discuss their involvement in providing community based services for mental health, including general psychiatry and neurology services

In the midst of life: the importance of community-based services

Director of the Pfalzklinikum facility "Care-Foster-Live", Birgit Fuchs, underlines the vital mental health services of the company and how they improve tolerance and acceptance The requirements and services in community-based services are as individual as their users – however, they all have the same goal: to accept impaired people in...

From disease orientation to health promotion

Scientific stakeholder and demand analysis for the establishment of a health centre in the Donnersberg district, ensuring a successful implementation the services of health promotion Supply shortages in rural regions, long waiting times for therapy places and the demographic change call for the development of new structures for the promotion...

Providing mental health services in the Palatinate

Pfalzklinikum shares its work as a mental health services provider and explains why wellbeing is vital for everyone, including a firm's own staff

Health literacy: Developing healthy communities

The University of Applied Sciences in Nordhausen and Pfalzklinikum explain why rural areas have advantages over cities in developing healthy communities
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We need different thinking about communication in healthcare

Pfalzklinikum CEO Paul Bomke suggests that a new paradigm is needed in our thinking about communication in healthcare, especially around mental health It is increasingly clear that greater dialogue between stakeholders and innovative new approaches go far in addressing the challenges facing healthcare systems today. In an interview, Pfalzklinikum’s CEO,...

From tactics to practice: Pfalzklinikum updates its strategy work

A health and welfare institution’s unique features are no longer sufficient to grant its future success. Pfalzklinikum, service provider for mental health, has analysed and standardised the processes of strategy development in its individual departments. As a result new ideas and business models are developing, having changed the strategic...

Pfalzklinikum fur Psychiatrie und Neurologie Ador – Mental health on the doorstep

Pfalzklinikum offers more decentralised services for children and adolescents. Improving the mental health care on the spot, right where people live, work and spend their free time, without having to take on long and distressing drives to their therapists and doctors: this is the aim that mental health services provider...

Pfalzklinikum fur Psychiatrie und Neurologie Ador – Financing, Participation, Berlin and the Palatinate

A critical look back on 2016’s policy developments. Largely unnoticed by the general public, two important federal laws were negotiated in Germany in the last quarter of 2016. Positions were clarified and new developments in the field of mental health were cast in legislative texts. Unnoticed, because two legislative proposals...

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