Dissemination and implementation of evidence based, mental health interventions in post conflict, low resource settings.

  title={Dissemination and implementation of evidence based, mental health interventions in post conflict, low resource settings.},
  author={Laura K Murray and Wietse A Tol and Mark J. D. Jordans and Goran Abdulla Sabir Zangana and Ahmed Mohammed Amin and Paul A. Bolton and Judith K. Bass and Fransisco Javier Bonilla-Escobar and Graham Thornicroft},
  volume={12 Suppl 1},
The burden of mental health problems in (post)conflict low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) is substantial. Despite growing evidence for the effectiveness of selected mental health programs in conflict-affected LMIC and growing policy support, actual uptake and implementation have been slow. A key direction for future research, and a new frontier within science and practice, is Dissemination and Implementation (DI) which directly addresses the movement of evidence-based, effective health… CONTINUE READING

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