Mental and Social Health Atlas I in Saudi Arabia: 2007-08
AbstractBased on the World Health Organization's Mental Health Atlas, the first Mental and Social Health Atlas in Saudi Arabia describes the historical background of mental health and social services in the country and identifies several deficiencies in the system including infrastructure and logistics and lack of epidemiological data. There is now great progress in strategic planning for developing and improving mental health care services across the nation, with suggestions to develop psychiatric services for identified special populations, to establish community mental health care services, to improve research and training in mental health, and to update mental health annual information systems using advanced information technology
Al Habeeb, A.A. & Qureshi, N.A. (2010). Mental and Social Health Atlas I in Saudi Arabia: 2007-08. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117919
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 16 (5), 570-577, 2010
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