Mental disorders, health inequalities and ethics: A global perspective.

@article{Ngui2010MentalDH,
  title={Mental disorders, health inequalities and ethics: A global perspective.},
  author={Emmanuel M. Ngui and Lincoln I. Khasakhala and David M Ndetei and Laura Weiss Roberts},
  journal={International review of psychiatry},
  year={2010},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={235-44}
}
The global burden of neuropsychiatry diseases and related mental health conditions is enormous, underappreciated and under resourced, particularly in the developing nations. The absence of adequate and quality mental health infrastructure and workforce is increasingly recognized. The ethical implications of inequalities in mental health for people and nations are profound and must be addressed in efforts to fulfil key bioethics principles of medicine and public health: respect for individuals… CONTINUE READING
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