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Practical Guide to Mental Health Problems

Sian Hawkins, Eds.: International Assistance Mission, (2014)


This 88 page book is designed to help primary care workers understand mental health problems and how they can be treated. Mental health problems from childhood to old age are examined. The book focuses primarily on the Afghan culture but is also relevant to a wider community
https://www.ecampus-afghanistan.org


Policy guidelines: Child and adolescent mental health

Department of Health, South Africa, (2013)


The guidelines begin with an overview of the determinants of mental health among children and adolescents before reviewing related South African policies and legislation. The document then discusses strategies to build skills among caregivers, teachers and other frontline providers of mental health interventions as well as those for counselling professionals. The guidelines conclude by identifying priority areas for mental health services among children and adolescents, including the prevention of child and substance abuse as well as services for those living with intellectual disabilities
http://www.doh.gov.za/docs/policy/2013/child_menta...


Mental health services for children exposed to armed conflict: Médecins Sans Frontières’ experience in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq and the occupied Palestinian territory

K. Lokuge, T. Shah, G. Pintaldi, et al., Eds.: MSF, (2013)


Paediatrics and International Child Health 2013 VOL. 33 NO. 4, pp.259-272. Open Access. Please download from the website link
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24196701


Where there is no psychiatrist

Patel, V.; C. Hanlen, (2018)


2nd edition. The book is aimed at general health workers in low- and middle-income country settings and has some chapters on perinatal mental health. That said, it has definite applicability in high-income country settings too! In the new edition, there has been a big expansion of the psychosocial interventions. Thanks to your advocacy for such a resource being open-access (as the first edition was not), the book is freely available for download: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/where-there-is-no-psychiatrist/47578A845CAFC7E23A181749A4190B54
https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/where-there-i...


Where there is no psychiatrist : a mental health care manual

Patel, Vikram, Eds.: Royal College of Psychiatrists, (2003)


This book is a practical manual of mental health care for community health workers, primary care nurses, social workers and primary care doctors, particularly in developing countries.Helpful features include: over 50 illustrations and case studies, jargon-free explanations and descriptions, flow-charts on common clinical problems, and a practical guide to the use of psychiatric medicines and simple psychological treatments. Chapters 1, 9 and 10 can be found on the e-TALC CD-ROM number 2 (April 2003). See www.talcuk.org for details Links to Chapters 2 and 3 above. Printed copies of this book can also be obtained from the Royal College of Psychiatrists www.rcpsych.ac.uk/wnitp
http://www.asksource.info/pdf/30256_wherethereisno...


Neurology in Africa

William Howlett, (2012)


The whole book has 50.3 MB!!!! To download chapter by chapter: http://www.uib.no/cih/en/resources/neurology-in-africa Africa is a vast continent and neurological disorders are a common cause of disability and death. This practical neurology textbook is specifically written for Sub-Saharan Africa. The aim of this book is for students to gain an understanding of neurology, learn the necessary clinical skills and obtain sufficient knowledge to care for patients presenting with neurological disorders. Diagnosis in neurology is based on accurate history and physical examination and this book emphasizes these principles
http://www.uib.no/cih/en/resources/neurology-in-af...


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