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Improving Mental Health Care

Commitment to Quality
  • 341 Pages
  • 3.99 MB
  • 4044 Downloads
  • English

American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
Mental Health Services, Psychiatry - General, Medical / Nursing, Administration, Psychology, United States, Mental Health, Health care reform, Stan
ContributionsBarbara Dickey (Editor), Lloyd I., M.D. Sederer (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8134794M
ISBN 100880489634
ISBN 139780880489638

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This new volume in the Quality Chasm series puts forth Pages: Contributors xii Section 1 The global challenge 1 1 The nature and scale of the global mental health challenge3 Mirella Ruggeri, Graham Thornicroft and David Goldberg 2 Scaling up mental health care in resource-poor settings12 Shekhar Saxena, Benedetto Saraceno and Justin Granstein 3 The swings and roundabouts of community mental health: The UKfairground 25 Peter Tyrer 4 Mental health services.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: The nature and scale of the global mental health challenge / Mirella Ruggeri, Graham Thornicroft, & David Goldberg --Scaling up mental health care in resource poor settings / Shekhar Saxena, Benedetto Saraceno, and Justin Granstein --Swings and roundabouts of.

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Almost 40 million adults experience an anxiety disorder, and seven percent of children ages 3. Depression – Key Levers to Overcome Barriers to High Quality Care. Iowa Coalition on Mental Health & Aging. University of Iowa. Reiss-Brennan B.

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