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Suicide first aid guidelines for Japan

MHFA, Eds.: MHFA, (2009)

Purpose of these Guidelines These guidelines are designed to help members of the public to provide first aid to someone who is at risk of suicide. The role of the first aider is to assist the person until appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves. Development of these Guidelines The following guidelines are based on the expert opinions of a panel of mental health professionals from Japan about how to help someone who may be at risk of suicide.

Epilepsy Management At Primary Health Level In Rural China

World Health Organization WHO, (2009)

A Global Campaign Against Epilepsy Demonstration Project

Mental Health and Integration in Asia Pacific

Chee H. Ng, (2018)

This brief report examines the extent to which community-based treatment and integration support are provided for people living with mental illness across 15 selected Asia-Pacific economies. Some of the key findings are discussed in light of the diversity of economies and cultural contexts. BJPSYCH INTERNATIONALVOLUME 15 NUMBER 4 NOVEMBER 201

Child Community Mental Health Services in Asia Pacific and Singapore’s REACH Model

Choon Guan Lim, Hannah Loh, Vidhya Renjan, Jason Tan and Daniel Fung, Eds.: Brain Sciences, (2017)

In recent decades, there have been concerted efforts to improve mental health services for youths alongside the challenges of rising healthcare costs and increasing demand for mental health needs. One important phenomenon is the shift from traditional clinic-based care to community based mental health services to improve accessibility to services and provide patient-centred care. In this article, we discuss the child and adolescent community mental health efforts within the Asia-Pacific region. Brain Sci.2017,7, 126; doi:10.3390/brainsci7100126


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.

Mental Health in the Asia-Pacific Region: An Overview

Alexander Lourdes Samy, Zahra Fazli Khalaf, & Wah-Yun Low, Eds.: International Journal of Behavioral Science, (2015)

Mental health problem is one of the growing major public health issues in the Asia Pacific region. It contributes to the high number of Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALYs), morbidity and mortality in the region. It is expected that leading mental health problems will occur in the low-and middle-income countries (LMICs) and majority of the countries which comes under this category are in the Asia Pacific region. In addition, mental health problem hamper the achievement of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), particularly MDG 1, MDG 4 and MDG 5. The most common mental health problems in the region are depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, suicidal behaviour and substance abuse disorder. Several modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors were identified for the cause of these major mental health issues. Interventions, programmes and policies need to be designed in order to curb mental health problems at all levels.

The Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development (APCMHD) Project

Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development Project, (2008)

The Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development (APCMHD) project has been established in 2005 to explore diverse leading models or approaches to community mental health service delivery in the Asia-Pacific region. The objective is to illustrate and promote best practice in mental health care in the community through use of information exchange, current evidence and practical experience in the region.

Обзор производства опия в Афганистане в 2011 году

UNODC, Министерство по борьбе с наркотиками Исламской Республики Афганистан, Eds.: UNODC, Министерство по борьбе с наркотиками Исламской Республики Афганистан, (2011)

Отчет по теме "производства опия в Афганистане в 2011 году".

ASEAN Mental Health Systems

ASEAN for Mental Health , (2016)

The ASEAN Mental Health Systems Report catalogues the situation of mental health in ASEAN Member States. This report provides comprehensive information on the progress made so far by AMS in integrating mental health into national health systems, increasing access to care as well as challenges faced. It also offers recommendations on how to improve the mental health system in respective ASEAN Member States.

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