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NHS policies failing to stop bullying by managers and staff sickness

Bullying and discrimination by NHS managers have led to absences among mental health workers, and past policies have failed to stop this, research shows. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Serious mental health consequences for children and young adults as a result of bullying in schools – children, teachers and GPs call for more support

Nearly half (44%) of young people who were bullied at school say it impacted on their mental health and that they experienced issues such as anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicidal thoughts… Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Study identifies roadblocks to mental health services for adolescents affected by bullying

Better communication needed between medical providers, school officials and parents to remove barriers to help for middle and high school studentsNearly one in three U.S. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Couch potato toddlers at risk of future bullying

Researchers from the University of Montreal have found that spending large amounts of time watching TV as a toddler can increase the risk of being bullied at school. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Bullying leads to worse mental health problems than childhood maltreatment

A new study suggests that bullied children experience worse long-term mental health problems than children who are maltreated by adults. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

What are the adult health consequences of childhood bullying?

Recent studies have found that childhood bullying can have long-term consequences on physical and psychological health well into adulthood. We look at the evidence. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Bullying Persists Despite School Efforts

Bullying Persists Despite School Efforts

The most thorough analysis to date of studies on school bullying has found that K-12 schools’ attempts to curb bullying behavior have accomplished little. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers discovered that while schools are trying many different approaches to protect students, they require substantial commitment and school resources to be successful. And only […]

Education events: Emily Bazelon on bullying, mayoral-race forum, ed access … – MinnPost.com

Education events: Emily Bazelon on bullying, mayoral-race forum, ed access … – MinnPost.com

MinnPost.com Education events: Emily Bazelon on bullying, mayoral-race forum, ed access …MinnPost.comJoining Bazelon for “Breaking Down Bullying,” then, will be Dr. Mike Troy, medical director of behavioral health services at Children's, and teenager Christina Wagner, a bullying victim and co-chair of a student advocacy group at PACER. Bazelon will … behavioral health education – Google […]

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