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Mental Health Service in the People"s Republic of China

Current Status and Future Developments

by Kam-shing Yip

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Published by Nova Science Publishers Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mental health services,
  • Social welfare & social services,
  • China,
  • Mental Health,
  • Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages209
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12503614M
    ISBN 101600215270
    ISBN 109781600215278
    OCLC/WorldCa148870265

    The State Council Information Office of the People's Republic of China on Wednesday published a white paper on the medical and health services in China. Following is the full text of the white paper: "Medical and Health Services in China" Information Office of the State Council. The People's Republic of China. December , Beijing. Foreword. Indonesia. Indonesia is a semi-annual journal devoted to the timely study of Indonesia’s culture, history, government, economy, and society. It features original scholarly articles, interviews, translations, and book .

      The Chinese health care system is deeply rooted in a traditional, agricultural way of life, but since the late s it has been increasingly influenced by the dynamics of a modernizing society. Dr. Rosenthal, using data collected through interviews, small-scale surveys, and the Chinese press, examines how Chinese medicine is being transformed. An Historical Review of the Mental Health Services in the People’s Republic of China. By Kam-Shing Yip. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Publisher: SAGE Publications. Year: DOI identifier: / OAI identifier: Provided by: MUCC (Crossref) Download.

    A new book describes how some Chinese who complain about the government are mistreated in psychiatric settings, while the author calls for better regulation of mental health services in China. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.


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Mental Health Service in the People"s Republic of China by Kam-shing Yip Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mental health in China is a growing issue. Experts have estimated that about million people living in China are suffering from a mental disorder. The desire to seek treatment is largely hindered by China's strict social norms (and subsequent stigmas), as well as religious and cultural beliefs regarding personal reputation and social harmony.

While the Chinese government is committed to. The Shanghai Archives of Psychiatry is commended for publishing an English translation of China's first mental health statute. Legislation illuminates how a society functions, the issues it faces and its collective priorities. Access to an extensively annotated English translation of Chinese legislation about mental health will stimulate reflection, comparison and constructive critique from Cited by: 1.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: Contents: Introduction: Current Trends and Future Developments of Mental Health Services in China; Mental Health Services in China: A Historical Sketch; The Needs of Mental Health Services: Epidemiology and General Profile of Mental Illnesses in China; The Supply, Utility and Costs of Mental Health Services.

The writer critically argues that community mental health services in the People's Republic of China still have faced a lot of difficulties such as huge demand but scarce resources, withdrawal of.

An Historical Review of the Mental Health Services in the People’s Republic of China Kam-Shing Yip 27 July | International Journal of Social Psychiatry, Vol. 51, No. 2Cited by: 6.

Community mental health has long been the crucial modality in service delivery of mental health services.

This paper is an attempt to evaluate community mental health services in the People’s Republic of China. The writer critically argues that community mental health services in the People’s Republic of China still have faced a lot of difficulties such as huge demand but scarce.

Subsequent steps followed Project Inthe Mental Health Law of the People's Republic of China went into effect. InChina launched the National Mental Health Work Plan (). Ensuring people's mental health has also been recognized as part of the overall national health.

The Mental Health Law of the People's Republic of China is China's first national mental health law. It was adopted at the twenty-ninth session of the Standing Committee of the Eleventh National People's Congress on Octo and came into effect on May 1,   Mental health disorders represent a severe burden for the individuals who suffer, their families, and society in contemporary China.

The China Mental Health Survey () shows that the lifetime prevalence of mental disorders (excluding dementia), mood disorders and schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders in China are per cent, per. A report of the assessment of the mental health system in Hunan province of The People's Republic of China, using the World Health Organization - Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems (WHO-AIMS).

(Changsha, Hunan) WHO, Country Office of The People's Republic of China WHO, Regional Office for the Western Pacific, WPRO. Harsh prohibition policies essentially did away with the problem of opium addiction. With the emphasis on health care by the postliberation government, medical services, including psychiatric care, made rapid progress.

Medical care for all PSYCHIATRY IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA employed people was made free of charge. At the start ofthe coronavirus disease (COVID), originating from Wuhan in Hubei province, started to spread throughout China.

As a result of the rapidly increasing numbers of confirmed cases and deaths, both medical staff and the public have been experiencing psychological problems, including anxiety, depression, and stress.1,2 Since January,the National Health Commission.

The Discussion Draft of Mental Health Law of People's Republic of China (). Mental Health Law of People's Republic of China (, Standing Committee of NPC). For an English translation of the Law, please see HH Chen, MR Phillips, H Cheng, QQ Chen, XD Chen, D Fralick, YE Zhang, M Liu, J Huang and M Bueber, ‘Mental Health Law of the.

However, China's health system has undergone a number of changes since the Chinese Communist Revolution and subsequent declaration of the People's Republic of China in From untilMao Zedong focused efforts on increasing primary care quality and accessibility and moved to improve rural health care with the dawn of the cultural.

There is a significant gap between mental health service coverage and the need for these services in China. In particular, workforce shortages impair several aspects of China’s national mental health service system, including access to timely diagnosis and treatment in rural areas, expansion of general hospital psychiatric consultation-liaison services, and leadership in establishing a.

Child Mental Health in the Peoples Republic of China. Perry, Martha A. One person's impressions about children in China are reported along with information obtained from informal observations and discussions with psychologists involved in teacher preparation and.

the People’s Republic of China; the draft was revised [Show full abstract] on mental health services in China. The article in this issue of the Shanghai Archives of Psychiatry by Professor.

Seeking expat mental health services in China may seem like navigating an expensive maze where issues related to professionalism and confidentiality lurk behind every corner, while being in an urgent need of support to help you go forward in life. This article aims to offer information for expats in China about where to find mental health treatment for different needs, such as depression.

: Health Care In The People's Republic Of China: Moving Toward Modernization (Westview Special Studies on China) (): Rosenthal, Marilynn M: BooksFormat: Paperback. "The provision of an integrated community-based mental health service that addresses the needs of all persons with mental disorders." Republic of Fiji "The provision of quality mental health services for the people of Fiji" Republic of the Gambia pdf, kb "Effective and humane mental health treatment and care for all" Republic of Ghana pdf, 1.

Mental health service in the People's Republic of China: current status and future developments Abstract. Department of Applied Social Sciences > Academic research: refereed > Research book or monograph (author Topics: Mental health services -- China.

Publisher: New York. Year: OAI identifier: oai:Background: This paper is an attempt to describe the historical development of the mental health services in the ch Methods: An archive of related literatureFindings: The development of t.YIP, K.S.

() Compare and contrast the psychiatric treatment model in the People’s Republic of China and South Australia: its implications for the Hong Kong Mental Health Practice. Social Work in the Australian Context: Proceedings of the 21st Biennial Conference of the Australian Association (pp.

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