Mental Health, and Rural Practice: A Perspective from New Zealand. (2020)
EditorsCarey TGullifer J
CitationMaidment J (2020). Mental Health, and Rural Practice: A Perspective from New Zealand.. In Carey T, Gullifer J (Ed.), Handbook of Rural, Remote, and very Remote Mental Health..: 1-18. Singapore: Springer.
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KeywordsAnti-oppressive practice; Social justice; Te Whare Tapa Wha; Ecological systems theory
ANZSRC Fields of Research44 - Human society::4409 - Social work::440902 - Counselling, wellbeing and community services
42 - Health sciences::4203 - Health services and systems::420313 - Mental health services
45 - Indigenous studies::4510 - Te hauora me te oranga o te Māori (Māori health and wellbeing)
Ngā Upoko Tukutuku / Māori Subject HeadingsHauora | Health::Ora | Alive; Living; Well-being::Hauora hinengaro | Mental health
Tāngata | Tangata; People; Person::Āhuatanga pāpori | Social conditions::Toko i te ora | Social welfare; Social work; Welfare, Social; Work, Social
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