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Title Mental Health Atlas 2011 [electronic resource].
Imprint Geneva : World Health Organization, 2011.

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Description 1 online resource (83 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Subject Mental health services -- Atlases.
Mental health services -- Statistics.
Medical policy -- Atlases.
Behavioral Disciplines and Activities.
Public Policy.
Publication Formats.
Health Services.
Psychiatry and Psychology.
Social Control Policies.
Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services.
Publication Characteristics.
Policy.
Social Control, Formal.
Delivery of Health Care.
Sociology.
Social Sciences.
Health Care Economics and Organizations.
Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena.
Health Policy.
Mental Health Services.
Statistics.
Genre Electronic books.
Statistics.
Contents COVER; COPYRIGHT; FOREWORD; CONTENTS; PREFACE; EXECUTIVE SUMMARY; INTRODUCTION; METHODOLOGY; ORGANIZATION OF RESULTS; LIMITATIONS; RESULTS; 1. GOVERNANCE; 1.1 Mental health policy; 1.2 Mental health plan; 1.3 Mental health legislation; 2. FINANCING; 2.1 Allocation of budget; 3. MENTAL HEALTHCARE DELIVERY; 3.1 Primary health care; 3.2 Mental health facilities; 3.3 Service dimensions; 4. HUMAN RESOURCES; 4.1 Training; 4.2 Workforce; 4.3 Information human resources: family and user associations; 5. MEDICINES FORMENTAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERS; 5.1 Country expenditures for medicines
6. INFORMATION SYSTEMSavailability of data; COMPARISON OF DATA BETWEEN ATLAS 2005 AND ATLAS 2011; GOVERNANCE; PSYCHIATRIC BEDS; HUMAN RESOURCES; SUMMARY; PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES AND CONTRIBUTORS; REFERENCES
Summary WHO's Project Atlas is aimed at collecting compiling and. dessiminating information on global mental health resources. Atlas 2011 presents updated information from 184 WHO Member. States on available resources for treatment and prevention of. neuropsychiatric disorders globally by WHO region and by. income group. Mental Health Atlas 2011 shows that mental. health resources within most countries remain inadequate. Moreover resources across regions and different income levels. are substantially uneven and in many countries resources for. mental health are extremely scarce. In comparing Atlas 200.
Other Author World Health Organization. Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Content Provider.
Other Title 92-4-156435-0