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ПОЛОЖЕНИЕ об объеме психиатрической помощи на уровне ГСВ и ФАПов (Position on the amount of Mental Health care at the level of FPG and FAPs)

Republic of Kyrgyzstan Government of Kyrgyzstan Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Kyrgyzstan 14 January 2010 Legislation/regulation mental health care, mental health service, primary care

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This document comprehensively identifies the tasks and functions of FPG (Family Doctors) and FAP (Other medical clinicians) to provide mental health care for the general public. Some of the identified tasks are;

1. Identification of patients with mental disorders;
2. The observation of the mentally ill and supervision
3. Providing psycho hygienic and psycho prophylactic educational work for families with mental illness
4. Participation in clinical examination and routine inspections of the population
5. Implementation of measures for the social integration of the mentally ill back in the community
6. Systematic observation for institutionalized mentally ill people

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