International Handbook on Mental Health Policy

Synopsis

This international handbook is the first to analyze mental health policies systematically across a variety of both developed and developing countries. Mental health and public policy experts survey current policies, the public policy process, and critical issues in twenty countries that are representative of different problems. The work considers the treatment of the mentally ill and mentally retarded, mentally disordered offenses, questions of substance abuse, deinstitutionalization, funding, and consumer rights. This major reference, with its comprehensive and comparative survey, is designed for scholars, students, and professionals who deal with mental health and public policy issues.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Angel Fiasche
  • Abraham Fiszbein
  • Carl M. Lakaski
  • Valerie Wilmot
  • Thomas J. Lips
  • Angel Fiasche
  • Abraham Fiszbein
  • Carl M. Lakaski
  • Valerie Wilmot
  • Thomas J. Lips
  • Monica Brown
  • Benjamin Vicente
  • Mabel Vielma
  • Indira Sharma
  • Yael Yishai
  • Roberto Ghirardelli
  • Marco Lussetti
  • Kunihiko Asai
  • Cheon Bong Kim
  • Silvia Evers
  • Meindert J. Haveman
  • Curd M. V.w. Jacobs
  • Rob V. Bijl
  • Max W. Abbott
  • Donna R. Kemp
  • S. T.C. Ilechukwu
  • Unaiza Niaz
  • Yu-cun Shen
  • Sergiu Diacicov
  • Bogdana Tudorache
  • Cezar I. Cîmpeanu
  • M. E. Vartanyan
  • V. S. Yastrebov
  • V. G. Rotstein
  • T. A. Solokhina
  • Osama M. Al-radi
  • Ismail Cifter
  • Nigel Goldie
  • Liz Sayce
  • Christopher G. Hudson
  • Alan Haworth
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1993