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When the problem is ‘global’ but the response is not: Inequities in mental health services in low-and middle-income countries
journal contributionposted on 10.11.2021, 03:50 by Michelle ClearyMichelle Cleary, Denis C Visentin, Sancia West, Andrew P Hills, Rachel Kornhaber
The impact on those who experience mental illness and the consequences for their families and societies knows no geographic or racial boundaries. While there is important geographic variance in the prevalence and prognosis of some mental health conditions, such conditions exist in every culture and country with similar patterns including early onset and their chronic nature (Andlin-Sobocki, Jonsson, Wittchen, & Olesen, 2005).