Reciprocity in global mental health policy

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White, Ross; Sashidharan, S.P.;
  • Publisher: The Critical Institute

In an attempt to address inequalities and inequities in mental health provision in low\ud and middle-income countries the WHO commenced the Mental Health Gap Action\ud Programme (mhGAP) in 2008. Four years on from the commencement of this\ud programme of work, the WHO h... View more
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