Mental Health Systems

MentalHealth Systems

MentalHealth Systems

Tanielian,T., Woldetsadik, M. A., Jaycox, L. H., Batka, C., Moen, S., Farmer,C., &amp Engel, C. C. (2016). Barriers to Engaging Service Membersin Mental Health Care Within the US Military HealthSystem.&nbspPsychiatricServices.

Theauthors of the article were a team of seven researchers who work forthe Department of Psychiatric Services. The report is part of RANDCorporation and the intended audience was the military personnel. Theobjective of the report was to examine the potential obstacles to thepsychological health care that the soldier community faces in theirattempt to access the essential services. It applied qualitativestudy on six large military groups. Each set had 18 clinics. Theresearch led to the discovery that various stakeholder issues lead tothe hindered military access to mental health. First, there areinsufficient personnel to address what the army needs. Secondly,there are interferences caused by poor scheduling procedures. Additionally, it was confirmed that the staff within the militaryperceive considerable barriers to psychological care. The study wasrelevant because it lead to efforts directed to armies’satisfactory access to quality mental health.

Cuellar,A., &amp Dave, D. M. (2016). Causal effects of mental healthtreatment on education outcomes for youth in the justicesystem.&nbspEconomicsof Education Review.

Cuellaris a researcher at George Mason University’s Department of Healthwhile Dhaval works at Bentley University’s Department of Economics.The source of the article is the National Bureau of EconomicResearch. The study evaluated whether the interventions to mentalhealth can boost academic results for youths in the justice system.The available treatment policies helped in differentiating betweenthe youths who were eligible and those who were not appropriate fortreatment. Results indicated that thorough mental healthinterventions could reduce the number if dropouts and increase therate of school completion among the youth. However, there wereinsignificant effects on grades because of the high retention ofincompetent students. The study was relevant because apart fromlinking justice procedures to education, it also looked at theconsequences of mental changes on individuals.

References

Cuellar,A., &amp Dave, D. M. (2016). Causal Effects of Mental HealthTreatment on Education Outcomes for Youth in the JusticeSystem.&nbspEconomicsof Education Review.

Tanielian,T., Woldetsadik, M. A., Jaycox, L. H., Batka, C., Moen, S., Farmer,C., &amp Engel, C. C. (2016). Barriers to Engaging Service Membersin Mental Health Care Within the US Military HealthSystem.&nbspPsychiatricServices.