1 Psychotic disorders and bipolar affective disorder

@inproceedings{Thara20091PD,
  title={1 Psychotic disorders and bipolar affective disorder},
  author={Rangawsamy Thara and R. Padmavati},
  year={2009}
}
If mental health is low in the priority of policy and programmes in many countries, women’s mental health issues have been a subject of neglect and indifference for a long time. In women, severe mental illness, even if low in prevalence assumes importance largely on account of the social ramifications and human distress. Feminists often opine that they have not been involved in the complex process of understanding and dealing with the issues around women’s mental health [1]. The 1998 World… CONTINUE READING

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