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The new mental health law in Argentina
The Argentinean Congreso de la Nacion (National Congress, or Parliament) approved in November 2010 a new Mental Health Law (MHL) (Law 26657, 'Salud Publica. Derecho a la Proteccion de la Salud Mental' [Public Health. The ...
Working conditions and job satisfaction of Argentinian psychiatrists: Initial results of a comprehensive survey
Working in psychiatry is generally rewarding. However, it can also lack job satisfaction and be detrimental to personal life. Research findings indicate high rates of burnout (Kumar et al, 2007), impaired health status of ...
Articulating future directions of law reform for compulsory mental health admission and treatment in Hong Kong
This article explores and outlines four possible pathways for law reform in the area of compulsory mental health admission and treatment in Hong Kong: the (i) abolition, (ii) risk of harm, (iii) mental capacity and (iv) ...
Not the story you want? Assessing the fit of a conceptual framework characterising mental health recovery narratives
PURPOSE Narratives of recovery have been central to the development of the recovery approach in mental health. However, there has been a lack of clarity around definitions. A recent conceptual framework characterised ...
A systematic review of influences on implementation of peer support work for adults with mental health problems
PURPOSE: The evidence base for peer support work in mental health is established, yet implementation remains a challenge. The aim of this systematic review was to identify influences which facilitate or are barriers to ...