Collaboratively reframing mental health for integration of HIV care in Ethiopia.

@article{Wissow2015CollaborativelyRM,
  title={Collaboratively reframing mental health for integration of HIV care in Ethiopia.},
  author={Lawrence Wissow and Teketel Tegegn and Kassahun Asheber and Marion McNabb and Teklu Weldegebreal and Degu Jerene and Andrea J. Ruff},
  journal={Health policy and planning},
  year={2015},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={
          791-803
        }
}
BACKGROUND Integrating mental health with general medical care can increase access to mental health services, but requires helping generalists acquire a range of unfamiliar knowledge and master potentially complex diagnostic and treatment processes. METHOD We describe a model for integrating complex specialty care with generalist/primary care, using as an illustration the integration of mental health into hospital-based HIV treatment services in Ethiopia. Generalists and specialists… 

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