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HIV/HCV Co-infection: Local Situation in Georgia

A. Abutidze, Eds.: Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention; GILEAD; NCDC; et al., (2019)

2nd Central and Eastern European Meeting on Viral Hepatitis and Co-Infection with HIV Accessed: 26.09.2019

Public Health Aspects of Mental Health Among Migrants and Refugees: A Review of the Evidence on Mental Health Care for Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants in the WHO European Region

Stefan Priebe, Domenico Giacco, and Rawda El-Nagib., Eds.: World Health Organization WHO; Regional Office Europe, (2016)

Health Evidence Network Synthesis Report, No. 47 The increasing number of refugees, asylum seekers and irregular migrants poses a challenge for mental health services in Europe. This review found that these groups are exposed to risk factors for mental disorders before, during and after migration. The prevalence rates of psychotic, mood and substance use disorders in these groups are variable but overall are similar to those in the host populations; however, the rates of post-traumatic stress disorder in refugees and asylum seekers are higher. Poor socioeconomic conditions are associated with increased rates of depression five years after resettlement. These groups encounter barriers to accessing mental health care. Good practice for mental health care includes promoting social integration, developing outreach services, coordinating health care, providing information on entitlements and available services, and training professionals to work with these groups. These actions require resources and organizational flexibility

Atlas de salud mental de las Américas 2017

Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), (2018)

Los datos incluidos en este informe demuestran que en la Región de las Américas existe un desarrollo progresivo en relación con las políticas, leyes, programas y servicios de salud mental. Sin embargo, se necesitan aun grandes esfuerzos, compromisos y recursos para alcanzar los objetivos regionales. Los resultados del Atlas 2017 confirman una tendencia ya percibida en ediciones anteriores: los Recursos siguen siendo insuficientes para satisfacer la creciente carga de la enfermedad mental, y su distribución es heterogénea. Además, los servicios existentes requieren una transformación que permita mejorar la cobertura y el acceso a la atención en salud mental, asegurando que salud mental sea a todos los efectos parte de las políticas nacionales de cobertura universal en salud.

Приоритетные аспекты изучения проблемы ТБ/ВИЧ в условиях высокой распространенности ВИЧ-инфекции и ограниченных ресурсов

Delphine Sculier, Haileyesus Getahun, Reuben Granich, Eds.: World Health Organization, TB HIV working group, Stop TB Partnership, (2011)

Цель этого документа – повысить уровень осознания актуальности приоритетных направлений научных исследований по проблеме ТБ/ВИЧ (то есть по тем направлениям, которые требуют срочного финансирования и внимания ученых), содействовать координации информационно-пропагандистской работы и стимулировать финансирование научных изысканий. Поставленная задача заключается в наращивании темпов осуществления высококачественных и интегрированных вмешательства по борьбе с ТБ/ВИЧ в условиях ограниченных ресурсов. В документе дается описание пересмотренной повестки дня по приоритетным научным вопросам, в основе которой лежат недавно полученные фактические данные по шести ключевым проблемам коинфекции ТБ и ВИЧ.

Reforming Zambia's Mental Health Law. The case of Mwewa and others V the Attorney General and another

Southern Africa Litigation Centre, Disability Rights Watch, Mental Health Users Network et al., (2017)

every person is supposed to be provided with healthcare services without discrimination. That is to say, persons with disabilities must enjoy the same health range, quality and standard of services and treatment as provided to others

Mental Health Promotion. Case Studies from Countries

Shekhar Saxena and Preston J. Garri, Eds.: World Federation for Mental Health; World Health Organization WHO, (2004)

New WHO prevalence estimates of mental disorders in conflict settings: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Fiona Charlson, Mark van Ommeren, Abraham Flaxman, et al., (2019)

The Lancet Published Online June 11, 2019 More than one-in-five people living in conflict-affected areas suffers from a mental illness, according to a new UN-backed report, prompting the World Health Organization (WHO) to call for increased, sustained investment in mental health services in those zones. Around 22 per cent of those affected, suffer depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder, according to this analysis. The study also shows that about nine per cent of conflict-affected populations have a moderate to severe mental health condition; substantially higher than the global estimate for these mental health conditions in the general population.

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.

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