Art Therapy for all

Today marked a milestone at JMH as we hosted our art therapy session, bringing together a diverse group of both female and male nurses from various backgrounds.

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Are there male nurses in South Asia?

The notion that caregiving jobs are women’s work is outdated. Nevertheless, male nurses remain hard to find, no matter where in the world.

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Good Nursing Leadership means better care

Strong Nursing leaders are vital to shape and improve care. We’ve been working with an incredible group of nurses from Bakthapur General Hospital, Nepal, to set up one of the first nursing…

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Time To Talk

Today is #TimeToTalkDay the UK’s biggest mental health conversation. Happening every year, it’s a day for friends, families, communities, and workplaces to come together to talk, listen and change…

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Ilam Report – Findings from JMH’s Community Mental Health Work in Eastern Nepal

We couldn’t have started 2024 in a better way – sharing the findings of our joint community mental health pilot project in Ilam, eastern Nepal, with government officials, WHO representatives, and…

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Online supervision – an option to support health professionals practising in remote areas of South Asia

For many people around the world who celebrate Christmas, this time of the year equals holidays. For most health professionals and community volunteers, it’s business as usual, and during this period…

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