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WHO-AIMS Report on Mental Health System in Republic of Korea, 2006

World Health Organization Ministry of Health and Welfare, Government of the Republic of Korea Country Resources WHO-AIMS Country Reports Republic of Korea 1 January 2006 Report human resources, mental health service, mental health system

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The World Health Organization Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems (WHO-AIMS) was used to collect information on the mental health system in Republic of Korea. The goal of collecting this information is to improve the mental health system and to provide a baseline for monitoring the change. This will enable Republic of Korea to develop information-based mental health plans with clear base-line information and targets. It will also be useful to monitor progress in implementing reform policies, providing community services, and involving users, families and other stakeholders in mental health promotion, prevention, care and rehabilitation.

본 문서는 대한민국의 정신건강체계에 관한 보고서로, 세계보건기구와 대한민국 보건복지부에 의해 공동으로 작성됨. 본 보고서를 위한 정보 수집은 세계보건기구 정신건강체계 평가도구를 통해 시행됨. 이 정보수집의 목적은 대한민국의 정신건강체계를 향상시키고 그 변화를 관찰할 수 있도록 기준치를 제공하기 위함이며, 이를 통해 대한민국이 명확한 기준치와 목표가 있는, 정보에 기반한 정신건강계획을 수립할 수 있을 것으로 예상됨. 본 보고서는 또한 개혁정책의 시행, 지역사회 서비스 제공, 그리고 정신건강 증진, 예방, 치료, 및 재활에 정신건강서비스 사용자와 가족 및 기타 당사자들의 참여에 있어서의 진전을 모니터링하는데에 유용할 것임.

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