Global mental health is a dynamic field of global health; a core aspect of the story which has led to its emergence has been the conduct of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating innovative delivery systems of packages of care for mental disorders in low-resource settings. Global Mental Health Trials brings together many of the worlds leading researchers active in the fields of RCTs in low- and medium-resource countries and settings related toimproving mental health care. It presents clear and practical information about how to conduct such trials in these settings, along with critical methodological and ethical issues related to such trials, learning from the positive and negative experiences of expert scientists in many countries worldwide who havecompleted such trials. This book serves as a valuable resource for practitioners in mental health - psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses nursing, psychologists, social workers, and occupational therapists - as well as researchers in the areas of psycho-social treatments in mental health, mental health services research, and programme and systems evaluation.Afr J Traum Stress, 2(1):32a45. ... Krieger J, Allen C, Cheadle A, Ciske S, Schier JK, Senturia K, et al. (2002) Using community-based participatory research to address social determinants of health: lessons learned from Seattle Partners for Healthy Communities. ... health and psychosocial assistance programs for trauma survivors in low resource countries: a usera#39;s manual for researchers and programanbsp;...
|Title||:||Global Mental Health Trials|
|Author||:||Graham Thornicroft, Vikram Patel|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2014-06-19|