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NHS Direct self-help guide

Ian Banks

NHS Direct self-help guide

not feeling well?

by Ian Banks

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Published by NHS Direct in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Other titlesNot feeling well?.
StatementIan Banks.
The Physical Object
Pagination136p. :
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20139393M
ISBN 101857759206

  Depression is a mental health condition which affects millions of people each year, with worldwide rates increasing. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is recommended in the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines for the treatment of depression. However, waiting lists can cause delays for face-to-face therapy. Also a proportion of people decline to present for.


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How our self-help guides can help If it's not a medical emergency and you're unsure about what to do next, our self-help guides can suggest next steps to deal with your health situation. As part of the NHS inform website, the guides can signpost you to health information or sources of help through Scotland's Service Directory.

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l pl log pl, where p = (p1, pL) denotes the empirical distribution of the class labels in the partition.4 Figure. worries and make people focus on new symptoms or body areas. Books, magazines, the internet and partial information from your doctor can lead to this.

Avoidance Sometimes avoiding things to do with illness can keep your worries going, for example, you may turn the TV over as Casualty comes on, or shut a newspaper that describes AIDS. Guided self-help on the NHS. Guided self-help is where you work through a self-help workbook or computer course with the support of a therapist.

You can get psychological therapies, including guided self-help, on the NHS. You can refer yourself directly to an NHS psychological therapies service (IAPT) without a referral from a GP.

A to Z A to Z of symptoms - including headache, stomach ache and flu Body parts Symptoms and self-help guides by body part Self-help guides. Search the NHS website. Search Close search. Menu Close menu. Home Health A-Z Live Well Care and support. Self-help guide: Abdominal pain Advice for adults with abdominal pain Bowel incontinence Learn about bowel incontinence causes and treatments Constipation Learn about constipation symptoms and treatments Self-help guide: Diarrhoea Advice for people aged 5 years or more with diarrhoea or loose stools Flatulence.

Our self help guides are available to download in several formats. Information available on Abuse, Alcohol, Anxiety, Bereavement, Controlling Anger, Depression, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, Hearing Voices, Obsessions and Compulsions, Panic, Post Traumatic Stress, Postnatal Depression, Self Harm, Shyness, Social Anxiety, Sleeping Problems and Stress.

To maximise the effectiveness of their work, NHS employees need a clear understanding of the structures and systems of the organisation in which they work. However, this information can be widely spread, hard to access NHS Direct self-help guide book difficult to gain a working overview of, and the pace of changes and initiatives can seem almost dizzying.

This book draws together a clear picture of the modern NHS, from. you can usually access such books without the need for a prescription. Useful Telephone numbers C.A.L.L (Community Advice & Listening Line – Wales) Samaritans or freephone NHS Direct Wales The Living Life Well Programme offers a range of local self help options throughout Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot and.

Self-help guide: Diarrhoea Find out more about your diarrhoea symptoms, when you can use self-care, and what to do if your condition worsens and you need medical help.

Self-help guide. Return to Symptoms. Last Updated: Next Review Date: NHS. For urgent medical help – use the NHS online service, or call if you're unable to get help online. For life-threatening emergencies – call for an ambulance.

Unsurprisingly, “Call NHS Direct” features strongly as an option, with “Self care” advice following close behind. The much rarer “Call ” is reserved for the 10% of pathways where there is concern over potentially life threatening illness. So how should such a guide be judged. Useful books 27 References 28 27 Useful books x Feeling good: the new mood therapy a self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques Complete Self help for your nerves.

26 3 Call NHS DIRECT Wales with any concerns you may have about your health. Or visit - The NHS Direct Self-help Guide This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.

This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. Ian Banks NHS Direct, £, pp ISBN 1 X Rating:![Graphic][1]![Graphic][2]![Graphic][3] The vast majority of people's symptoms are dealt with at home, perhaps after consultation with family or friends, and they never get as far as a healthcare professional.

This presents a particular challenge for Dr Banks and his editorial board in writing a guide “to help you decide when.

Self-Help Book versus a CBT Self-Help Book Katie Hanson (NHS Direct Wales, ). From schemes based on the Cardiff model were in operation across the UK (NHS Direct Wales, ), with the Reading Well – Books on A Self-Help Guide using Cognitive Behavioural Techniques.

Overcoming anxiety: a self-help book using cognitive behavioural techniques Useful books Am I suffering from anxiety. No Panic provide a helpline, step by step programme and support for anyone suffering with anxiety disorders.

Visit or call Call NHS DIRECT Wales with any concerns you may have. NHS Highland Personality Disorder Integrated Care Pathway Press.

(A self-help guide for managing relationships with people with borderline personality disorder based on the principles of dialectical behaviour therapy) Mason P () Stop Walking On Eggshells: Coping When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder.

New Harbinger. NHS Direct Self Help Guide – ‘Not Feeling Well’ is available at the back of all new Thompson directories distributed in England from April Your local pharmacist will be able to give you free health advice and you do not need an appointment.

For details call NHS Direct on 46 Evidence-based information on guided self help from hundreds of trustworthy sources for health and social care.

Search results Jump to search results. Filter Toggle filter panel Evidence type Remove Add filter for NHS Health Scotland (4). Mood-boosting Books scheme is a national promotion of uplifting titles, including novels, poetry and non-fiction.

The books are all recommended by readers and reading groups. We suggest that people using the Reading Well Books on Prescription scheme may also like to try some mood-boosting fiction or poetry, but the books are not prescribed.

We have direct links to the Scottish Ambulance Service, so if you call us and we think that you need an ambulance, we can get you one.

Alternatives to calling Textphone and BSL users. If you have difficulties hearing or communicating you can call NHS 24's service ( ) or NHS inform ( 22 44 88) on a textphone. A popular part of the website is the self help guide, also available in hard copy. The sum of £45m represents around % of the total NHS budget.

For this net outlay the NHS has delivered a service with over 7m consultations, with a safety record at least comparable to any other part of the NHS, a rate of satisfaction among users that has.

Dr Sadler is medical adviser for the entire NHS Direct operation but has recently been appointed head of the website's editorial board, set up eight months ago to monitor the content of NHS Direct Online.

This includes a self help guide—giving advice on how to treat certain complaints—and an encyclopedia of some conditions giving. Book Prescription Wales is a scheme that aims to help people with mild to moderate emotional problems to make use of high quality self-help books that have been specially selected by psychologists and counsellors working in Wales.

Other NHS Sites. NHS Direct Wales. Medway Asthma Self Help Group And Nhs Direct Self Help Guide is best in online store. In the study adult patients who volunteered to take part in the study were randomised to receive one of two self help books or to a control group.

The two books were the UK edition of the Healthwise Handbook and the NHS Direct Healthcare Guide. Data on consultations over the next 12 months were collected from searches of computer systems. Books on Prescription is a national scheme where GPs and other health professionals can recommend a self-help book which the patient can borrow from their local library for as long as they need it.

The patient can choose from a range of self-help books which have proven value in helping people who suffer from common mental health problems such OCD. Self-management support is when health professionals, teams and services (both within and beyond the NHS) work in ways that ensure that people with long-term conditions have the knowledge, skills, confidence and support they need to manage their condition(s) effectively in the context of their everyday life.

A system of effective self-management support requires changes at every level from. Like a bout of low mood, mild depression can often be treated with self-help, including dealing with any ongoing practical problems.

When the symptoms become worse, we might describe it as moderate depression. Although the word ‘moderate’ might lead you to think it’s not too serious, someone with. Live a healthier, happier, more well-rested life in just a few minutes a day with the Headspace app.

If you have urgent care needs that won't wait but are NOT emergencies, please dial for NHS Direct Wales for health advice and support. The number is free to call and this service is available even when your GP surgery is open. Click here to find out more about GP out of hours care where you live.

nhs Have you tried NHS. They offer free, confidential advice on what to do if you are ill, and provide information on a range of conditions & services, and can put you in contact with your local health, self-help & support organisations and refer you to your.

The telehealth services provided by NHS Scotland fulfil some similar functions to NHS Direct Wales and the NHS scheme in England. Using NHS The service can be used in more than one way: Self-Help Guide (Internet) This enables advice to be obtained without a consultation by answering a series of questions after.

Go to Earache in children in the NHS Direct Self-Help Guide available in Thomson Local Directories or at Do they have a sore throat, a cough or a runny nose, or are they sneezing. It is probably a cold or flu. Ask your pharmacist for advice.

Is there pain in the tummy (abdomen)?. The NHS Direct self-help guide will soon have been delivered to 18 million households in England as part of the Thomson Local directory, and NHS Direct Interactive, a digital satellite health information channel, is now available to some million homes.

NHS Direct New Media is the directorate within NHS Direct with responsibility.The NHS Direct Online Self-Help Guide can help identify common symptoms. If symptoms persist or get worse, you should contact NHS Direct or your GP.

Ask Your Pharmacist: Pharmacists or chemists are experts on medicines and how they work.Check your symptoms, visit NHS Wales online.

Call at any time, 24 hours a day. You will speak to NHS professional staff who will help guide you on any medical issue. Calls from landlines and mobiles cost 2p per minute, this will be in addition to the telephone providers access charge.