Screen Shot 2018-10-27 at 11.28.17.pngIn 2007, The Lancet published a Series on global mental health that sought to transform the way policy makers thought about global health. The Series papers argued that a growing and worldwide burden of mental disorders was a global health crisis. The authors issued an urgent call for action to scale up services for people living with mental health problems and to close a substantial treatment gap, especially in low-income and middle-income countries, where the proportions of people receiving treatment are lowest. A movement for global mental health was born…..more

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