Public health professionals’ perceptions of mental health services in Equatorial Guinea, Central-West Africa

@inproceedings{Reuter2016PublicHP,
  title={Public health professionals’ perceptions of mental health services in Equatorial Guinea, Central-West Africa},
  author={Peter Robert Reuter and Shannon Marcail McGinnis and Kim Eleanor Reuter},
  booktitle={The Pan African medical journal},
  year={2016}
}
INTRODUCTION Mental health disorders constitute 13% of global disease burden, the impacts of which are disproportionality felt in sub-Saharan Africa. Equatorial Guinea, located in Central-West Africa, has the highest per-capita investment in healthcare on the African continent, but only two studies have discussed mental health issues in the country and none of have examined the perspective of professionals working in the field. The purpose of this study was to gain a preliminary understanding… CONTINUE READING
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