MENTAL HEALTH AND INTEGRATION: PROVISION FOR SUPPORTING PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS: A COMPARISON OF 15 ASIA-PACIFIC COUNTRIES

The Economist Intelligence Unit Limited , Eds.: Jannsen, (2016)

An Economist Intelligence Unit briefing paper | The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) undertook a study aimed at assessing the degree of commitment of 15 countries within the AsiaPacific region to integrating those with mental illness into their communities. The research was commissioned and funded by Janssen Asia Pacific, a division of Johnson & Johnson Pte. Ltd. This report focuses on the results of this benchmarking study, called the Asia-Pacific Mental Health Integration Index. Drawing on lessons from the EIU’s 2014 European Mental Health Integration Index, this edition index compares the level of effort in each of the countries on indicators associated with integrating individuals suffering from mental illness into society. Data for the Index was collected between March and May 2016. The set of 18 indicators were grouped into four categories.


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