Latest Global Mental Health Stories
San Francisco, California Hosts International Conference for First Time in U.S SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.
EAST KILBRIDE, Scotland, December 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP) has today published a paper in Nature Reviews Drug
‘Mental Health Care in Settings Where Mental Health Resources Are Limited’ educates field clinicians on treating mental health. Los Angeles (PRWEB) March
$10,000 prize awarded for innovative ideas to increase awareness and utilization of mental health services in developing countries NEW YORK, Feb.
Incentive challenge offered $10,000 for innovative ideas to increase awareness and utilization of mental health services in developing countries. NEW YORK, Feb.
Non-specialist health workers are beneficial in providing treatment for people with mental, neurological and substance-abuse (MNS) problems in developing countries – where there is often a lack of mental health professionals – according to a new Cochrane review.
Mental health conditions contribute to approximately 14% of the total global burden of disease but there is a substantial treatment gap in both developed and developing countries.
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