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Mental Health Resources

For the general public
For the HKU community
Selfish, lazy, entitled?How to help Gen Z enter the workplace
Other publications by the team on Mental Health
1. Ng, S., & Zayts-Spence, O. (under review). Code-switching in mental health recovery narratives of Hong Kong storytellers. BMC Pyschology.

2. Fortune, Z. & Zayts, O. (forthcoming). Thriving Happy Workplaces: Pushing the Boundaries in Workplace Mental Health. Routledge

3. Ng, S., Reidy, H., Wong, P., & Zayts-Spence, O. (2023). The relationship between personal and interpersonal mental health experiences and stigma-related outcomes in Hong Kong. BJPsych Open, 9(3), E72. doi:10.1192/bjo.2023.39

4. Shipman, H., & Zayts-Spence, O. (2023). The “mad consultant dealing with mad people”: A discursive historical approach to tensions regarding mental health stigma in Hong Kong. In Language, Health and Culture (1st ed., pp. 119–137). Routledge.

5. Zayts-Spence, O. A., Tse, V. W. S., & Fortune, Z. (2023). 'Feel like going crazy': Mental health discourses in an online support group for mothers during COVID-19. Discourse & society, 34(2), 255–270.

6. Zayts-Spence, O., & Bridges, S. M. (2023). Language, Health and Culture: Problematizing the Centers and Peripheries of Healthcare Communication Research (1st ed.). Taylor & Francis.
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