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Первый эпизод психоза -Информация заболевшим и их близким

Ева Повилайтене, Eds.: Глобальная инициатива в психиатрии, (2019)

Каждый человек имеет право на информацию, которая ему поможет понять себя и окружающий его мир. Понимание придает силы, поощряет активнее добиваться своего выздоровления, а также помочь другим. Все пациенты и их близкие имеют право на самую подробную информацию о болезни, ходе лечения и перспективах. Это им гарантирует Конституция Литовской Республики и Закон об Охране Психического Здоровья. Accessed on 2019

No Place to Call Home. Protecting children´s rights when the changing climate forces them to flee. For every child in danger.

UNICEF, Eds.: UNICEF, (2015)

Around the world, approximately 1 in 45 children are on the move – nearly 50 million boys and girls that have migrated across borders or been forcibly displaced within their own countries.1 Climate-related events and their impacts are already contributing significantly to these staggering numbers,with 14.7 million people facing new internal displacement as a result of weather-related disasters in 2015 alone. The annual average since 2008 is higher still, at 21.5 million, equivalent to almost 2,500 people being displaced every single day.2

SILENT HARM: A report assessing the situation of repatriated children’s psycho-social health

UNICEF Kosovo in cooperation with Kosovo Health Foundation , Eds.: UNICEF, (2012)

The principle of “the best interest of the child” should guide decisions by politicians whenever children are affected. This is one of the basic ideas in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Decision makers should assess the consequences for children before taking action. Today, this principle is not fully respected in European countries in relation to migrant children.

WHO QualityRights Act, unite and empower

Quality Rights, Eds.: World Health Organization WHO, (2015)

QualityRights is WHO’s global initiative to improve the quality of care provided by mental health services and promote the human rights of people with psychosocial, intellectual and cognitive disabilities1. It offers a new approach to mental health care which is rights-based and recovery-oriented.

Calidad y Derechos, OMS Actuar, unir y empoderar para la Salud Mental

Quality Rights, Eds.: Organización Mundial de la Salud OMS, (2015)

QualityRights (Calidad y Derechos) es una iniciativa global de la OMS para mejorar la calidad de atención proporcionada por los servicios de salud mental y promover los derechos humanos de personas con discapacidades psicosociales, intelectuales y cognitivas 1. Ofrece un nuevo enfoque al modelo de prestación de servicios de salud mental basado en los derechos y orientado a la recuperación.

The framework for dignity in mental health

World Federation for Mental Health , Eds.: WFMH , (2015)

The notion of dignity can simply be defined as the inherent and inalienable worth of all human beings irrespective of social status such as race, gender, physical or mental state1. Dignity is deeply embedded in international human rights instruments. In fact the very first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights”2, 3. Protection and respect of human rights are the necessary prerequisites to ensure that people are not stripped of their dignity.

WHO QualityRights Tool Kit Assessing and improving quality and human rights in mental health and social care facilities

World Health Organization WHO, Eds.: WHO, (2012)

The aim of the WHO QualityRights tool kit is to support countries in assessing and improving the quality and human rights of their mental health and social care facilities. The tool kit is based on an extensive international review by people with mental disabilities and their organizations. It has been pilot-tested in low-, middle- and high-income countries and is designed to be applied in all of these resource settings. In this tool kit, the term ‘people with mental disabilities’ can include those with mental, neurological or intellectual impairments and those with substance use disorders.

Advocacy actions to promote human rights in mental health and related areas WHO QualityRights training to act, unite and empower for mental health. Pilot version

World Health Organization , Eds.: WHO, (2017)

WHO QualityRights is an initiative which aims to improve the quality of care in mental health and related services and to promote the human rights of people with psychosocial, intellectual and cognitive disabilities, throughout the world.

Повышение качества охраны психического здоровья

Jose Bertolote, José Miguel Caldas de Almeida, Thomas Bornemann et al., Eds.: World Health Organization, (2007)

Свод методических рекомендаций состоит из нескольких тематически связанных и удобных для пользователя модулей для решения широкого спектра задач и приоритетных проблем, возникающих при формировании политики и планировании услуг в области психического здоровья. Тематика каждого модуля представляет собой один из ключевых аспектов охраны психического здоровья

Европейский план действий по охране психического здоровья

World Health Organization, Eds.: World Health Organization, (2013)

Данный документ содержит проект Европейского плана действий по охране психического здоровья, который соответствует четырем приоритетным направлениям, намеченным в новой рамочной основе европейской политики в поддержку здоровья и благополучия – Здоровье-2020, и который будет непосредственно способствовать реализации этой политики.

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