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البرنامج الوطني للصحة النفسية اليمنية 2008 (National Mental Health Programme of Yemen)

Yemen Ministry of Health: Primary Healthcare Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Yemen May 2008 Policy document mental health system

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الأهداف العامة للبرنامج الوطني للصحة النفسية:
تطوير و نشر الرعاية الصحية النفسية بشقيها الوقائي و الدوائي علي مستوى افضل.

رسالتنا:
الوصول الي تحقيق الهدف المنشور من خلال دعم وتوفير الرعابة النفسية الوقائية و الدوائية و لمستوى افضل

الاهداف الخاصة:
- تنمية الكوادر الصحية في مجال الصحة النفسية
- تثقيف الجمهور من خلال برامج التوعية و الوقائية و مكافحة الوصم
- ربط خدمات الرعاية النفسية بخدمات الرعاية الصحية الاولية
- دمج خدمات الرعاية النفسية بخدمات الصحة المدرسية
- نشر الابحاث و الدراسات النفسية

The general objectives of the National Mental Health Programme:
Development and deployment of the best mental health care, both preventive and pharmacological.

Our mission:
to achieve the goal through the prism of support and the provision of psychological and pharmacological preventive care and the highest attainable level

Specific objectives:
- The development of specialised health personnel in the field of mental health
- Educating the public through awareness and preventive and anti-stigma programs
- Linking the mental health services of primary health care services
- The integration of mental health services in schools
- Dissemination of research and psychological studies

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