Responsible Governance for Mental Health Research in Low Resource Countries

  title={Responsible Governance for Mental Health Research in Low Resource Countries},
  author={Mohammad Taghi Yasamy and Pallab K Maulik and Mark Tomlinson and C Driouichi Lund and Mark Humphrey Van Ommeren and Shekhar Saxena},
  booktitle={PLoS medicine},
Between 13% and 49% of the world’s population develop neuropsychiatric disorders at some point in their life [1]. More and more evidence indicates that mental disorders and problems are common in all countries studied [2–4], and supports earlier projections that the burden of mental health problems is increasing in lowand middle-income countries (LMICs) as well [5]. Most people with these disabling conditions now live in LMICs, but at most one in five receives treatment and care [6–8]. In order… CONTINUE READING
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