nonmental

nonmental

(ˌnɒnˈmɛntəl)
adj
not mental, not involving the mind
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This study found that approximately half of suicide decedents in NVDRS did not have a known mental health condition, indicating that additional focus on nonmental health factors further upstream could provide important information for a public health approach (10).
The ECC model used nonmental health trained lay care managers who held at least a bachelor's degree.
An alternative method recommended in the NICE guidelines, which may be more practical for practitioners in both primary and secondary care settings, is for nonmental health professionals to ask two questions to patients who may have depression:
Stroll (2013) cites Plato in that "knowing is one member of a group of mental states that," according to current theory, "can be arranged in a series according to increasing certitude" (Mental and Nonmental, para.
Precedent for reading No Natural Religion as an embrace of Berkeley and a rejection of Locke's theory of knowledge and perception as presented in the Essay concerning Human Understanding was established by Northrop Frye, the first chapter of whose seminal Fearful Symmetry is entitled "The Case against Locke." Discussing Locke's famous distinction between real, nonmental primary qualities of objects and merely perceived secondary qualities, Frye links Locke--and Newton--to a corpuscular or atomistic philosophy.
The investigations mainly focus on metal doped and nonmetal doped Ti[O.sub.2], specially for transition metal doping which contains unpaired d electron configuration, such as Mo [2], Co [3], Fe [4], Mn [5], and V [6], and for nonmental elements doping, such as C [7], N [8, 9], and S [10].
It is also rather easy to perform in primary care and can be administered by nonmental health professionals, such as general physicians and nurses.
The account is extrospective in that it explains this access in terms of our ability to think about the (nonmental) world.
No significant increased risk of suicidal events occurred among those receiving atomoxetine, both before and after adjusting for age, calendar year, gender, race / ethnicity, state of residence, reasons for Medicaid eligibility, comorbid diagnoses (mental and nonmental), and number of hospitalizations for any reason.
Indeed, the nonmental health care utilization for OIF/OEF/OND-era individuals with at least one active mental health diagnosis far exceeds utilization rates for those without concurrent psychiatric problems [57].
"Most young people's emotional needs should be supported by nonmental health professionals, such as teachers and school counsellors.