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Integration of Mental Health Services with Primary Health Care in Bangladesh

National Institute of Menal Health; Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Bangladesh 30 October 2011 Policy document mental health care, mental health service, primary care

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The document provides justification , advantages and ways of providing mental health services through Primary Health Care. This integration is a way of closing the treatment gap and ensuring effective, affordable and acceptable mental health services.


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