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Review of mental health strategy

Review of mental health strategy

a consultative paper December 13, 1994

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Published by SHSSB in Craigavon .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Chair of Review Group: A.M. Telford.

StatementMental Health Strategy Review Group, Southern Health and Social Services Board.
SeriesSB -- 97/94
ContributionsTelford, Anne Maria., Southern Health and Social Services Board. Mental HealthStrategy Review Group.
The Physical Object
Pagination[85]p. :
Number of Pages85
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20673125M

cHAPter 1 - MEntaL HEaLtH is a kEy Priority For MaLta 11 Mental health - Thematic Priority within the National Health Strategy Framework 11 Focus on Mental Health 11 Mental Health File Size: 2MB. This message of sustainability in self-care support interventions has been repeated more recently in both adult mental health 12 and CYP’s mental health, in mental health promotion in schools as well as in a general review .

launched Mental Health Initiative, this document sum-marizes a literature review conducted on best practices in mental health. It utilizes Hsiao’s Control Knob model to conceptualize possible entry . Mental health care utilisation and access among refugees and asylum seekers The sampling strategy was defined and justified for all S. Priebe, D. Giacco, R. El-NagibPublic health aspects of mental health among migrants and refugees: a review of the evidence on mental health Cited by:

Guidance for health boards on the assessment and treatment of mental health problems in asylum seekers and refugees. Mental health of young people in the youth justice system Guidance for local health boards on how to help 10 to 17 year olds with mental health . Mental Health Strategy Access to treatment and joined-up accessible services Mental health issues are a common feature of primary care consultations and around a third of GP consultations have a mental health element. Strategic .


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