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by Scenario Committee on Mental Health and Mental Health Care,Ph.A. Idenburg,E. Ketting,R.V. Bijl

eBook Caring for Mental Health in the Future: Future Scenarios on Mental Health and Mental Health Care in the Netherlands 1990–2010 (Future Health Scenarios) download ISBN: 0792315650
Author: Scenario Committee on Mental Health and Mental Health Care,Ph.A. Idenburg,E. Ketting,R.V. Bijl
Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992 edition (December 31, 1991)
Language: English
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4 Mental health care. 8 Emotional and behavioural problems in children and adolescents. 9 Caring for mental health in the future

4 Mental health care. 9 Caring for mental health in the future. Appendix Basic assumptions in the exploratory and target-setting scenarios.

The task set by the Steering Committee on Future Health Scenarios was twofold, encompassing issues relating both to mental health and to mental health care. Discussions of mental health normally narrow down immediately to a focus on its care; this study, in contrast, seeks to deal with mental health as a theme in its own right alongside that of mental health care.

Caring for Mental Health in the Future . The study was carried out by an equally expert team from the Netherlands Institute of Mental Health.

Caring for Mental Health in the Future: Future Scenarios on Mental Health and Mental Health Care in the Netherlands 1990–2010. Scenario Committee on Mental Health and Mental Health Care. The task set by the Steering Committee on Future Health Scenarios was twofold, encompassing issues relating both to mental health and to mental health care.

The Pros and Cons of Mental Health Apps. An introduction to care: Technology may be a good first step for those who have avoided mental health care in the past. Experts believe that technology has a lot of potential for clients and clinicians alike. A few of the advantages of mobile care include: Convenience: Treatment can take place anytime and anywhere (. at home in the middle of the night or on a bus on the way to work) and may be ideal for those who have trouble with in-person appointments. Anonymity: Clients can seek treatment options without involving other people. An introduction to care: Technology may be a good first step for those who have avoided mental health care in the past

The authors conceptualize a system for mental health care based on support only The authors draw up scenarios for dealing with risk, inpatient care, police custody, and mental illness in prison.

The authors conceptualize a system for mental health care based on support only. Psychiatry loses its function as an agent of social control and follows the will and preferences of those who require support. The authors draw up scenarios for dealing with risk, inpatient care, police custody, and mental illness in prison. With such a shift, mental health services could earn the trust of service users and thereby improve treatment outcomes.

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13. Mental health care in community-based services

13. Mental health care in community-based services. 14. Human resources and training for mental health. 15. Mental health legislation. 16. Empowerment and mental health advocacy. 17. The economics of mental health in Europe. This book presents the two main results of the Conference: the Mental Health Declaration and Action Plan for Europe, which were adopted by the Member States in the Region and enshrine their commitment to improve mental health.

9. 1 311 9. 2 The results in the four areas 313 9. 3 Likely causes of the growing demand for services 314 9. 4 The dominant perception of mental health problems 315 95 A shifting balance 317 9. 6 Mental health problems as a policy issue 319 311) 9. 7 Culture-dependence as an approach 9. 8 Culture-dependence and the four tbemes 322 9. 9 The value of a socia-cultural approach 323 9. 10 Two core notions: normality and identity 325 9. 11 Conclusions and policy options 328 Bibliography 333 Appendix Basic ~ssumptions in the exploratory and target-seuing sccnanos 368 v Preface This study of mental health issues breaks new ground. The task set by the Steering Committee on Future Health Scenarios was twofold, encompassing issues relating both to mental health and to mental health care. Discussions of mental health normally narrow down immediately to a focus on its care; this study, in contrast, seeks to deal with mental health as a theme in its own right alongside that of mental health care. This task led to the establishment of a broadly based committee whose members possessed a wide range of knowledge and experience in the field. The study was carried out by an equally expert team from the Netherlands Institute of Mental Health. In the course of the study over a hundred people with wide­ ranging expertise took part in consultative panels.