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Mental health atlas 2011 [publication] /

by World Health Organization. Department of Mental Health and Substance Dependence.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Geneva : World Health Organization, 2011Description: 81 p. : ill.ISBN: 9799241564359.SAPHIR theme(s): Santé mentaleMeSH subject(s): Mental Health | Mental Health Services | Delivery of Health Care | Health Expenditures | Health Personnel | World Health | Delivery of Health Care -- trends | Health Personnel -- trends | Mental Health -- statistics & numerical data | Mental Health Services -- trendsAddiction suisse subject(s): Gesundheit | Psychopathologie | Statistik | Politik | Trend | WHOPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographOnline resources: Date de consultation : 10.11.2011 Summary: Project Atlas was launched by the WHO in 2000 in an attempt to map mental health resources in the world. The primary objective of the project is to collect, compile, analyse, and disseminate basic information on mental health resources from WHO Member States and Associated Territories required for treatment, prevention, and rehabilitation of neuropsychiatric disorders. Atlas data are needed at the country level to assess the current situation and to assist in developing policies, plans and programs and at the regional and global levels to develop an aggregate picture of available mental health resources and overall needs. [Contient] : Introduction: Methodology - Organization of results - Limitations. - Results: Governance - Financing - Mental health care delivery - Human resources - Medicines for mental and behavioural disorders - Information systems. - Comparison of data between atlas 2005 and atlas 2011. Voir aussi Mental health atlas 2005: http://www.who.int/mental_health/evidence/mhatlas05/en/index.html (Consulté le 11.01.2012)
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Project Atlas was launched by the WHO in 2000 in an attempt to map mental health resources in the world. The primary objective of the project is to collect, compile, analyse, and disseminate basic information on mental health resources from WHO Member States and Associated Territories required for treatment, prevention, and rehabilitation of neuropsychiatric disorders. Atlas data are needed at the country level to assess the current situation and to assist in developing policies, plans and programs and at the regional and global levels to develop an aggregate picture of available mental health resources and overall needs. [Contient] : Introduction: Methodology - Organization of results - Limitations. - Results: Governance - Financing - Mental health care delivery - Human resources - Medicines for mental and behavioural disorders - Information systems. - Comparison of data between atlas 2005 and atlas 2011. Voir aussi Mental health atlas 2005: http://www.who.int/mental_health/evidence/mhatlas05/en/index.html (Consulté le 11.01.2012)