Mental Health Condition Of a Student during Pandemic

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Mental Health Condition Of a Student during Pandemic by Mind Map: Mental Health Condition Of a Student during Pandemic

1. Given the many mental health challenges that students may experience during and after the pandemic, it is important for educators to (a) assist in identifying at-risk students through systematic screening; (b) advocate for universal screening of the school population during and following online learning phases; and (c) increase awareness of the importance of mental health screening with their teacher colleagues as well as school administrators and parents

2. -https://www.apa.org/topics/covid-19/student-mental-health

3. -Joyce lee

4. As the pandemic continues, it is important to support children and adolescents facing bereavement and issues related to parental unemployment or loss of household income

5. -Nicholas Grubic

6. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many challenges to students, educators, and parents. Children already coping with mental health conditions have been especially vulnerable to the changes, and now we are learning about the broad impacts on students as a result of schools being closed, physically distancing guidelines and isolation, and other unexpected changes to their lives.

7. Mental health issues can significantly impair students’ academic success and social interactions affecting their future career and personal opportunities. -

8. https://journals.plos.

9. -https://www.apa.org/topics/covid-19/student-mental-health

10. Given the many mental health challenges that students may experience during and after the pandemic, it is important for educators to (a) assist in identifying at-risk students through systematic screening; (b) advocate for universal screening of the school population during and following online learning phases; and (c) increase awareness of the importance of mental health screening with their teacher colleagues as well as school administrators and parents.

11. Zanonia Chiu

12. “Going to school had been a struggle for [some children with depression] prior to the pandemic, but at least they had school routines to stick with”,

13. Positive Effects

14. Negative Effect

15. DEFINITION

16. Nurturing our mental health can also help us combat or prevent the mental health problems that are sometimes associated with a chronic physical illness. In some cases, it can prevent the onset or relapse of a physical or mental illness. Managing stress well, for instance, can have a positive impact on heart disease.

17. Well, poor mental health can affect your ability to make healthy decisions and fight off chronic diseases. What's more, neglecting your mental health can lead to more serious health complications such as: Heart disease. High blood pressure.

18. Mental health is a state of well-being in which an individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and is able to make a contribution to his or her community