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Ethnicity [electronic resource] : an agenda for mental health / edited by Dinesh Bhugra and Veena Bahl.

Contributor(s): Bhugra, Dinesh | Bahl, Veena.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : [Washington, DC] : Gaskell ; Distributed in North America by American Psychiatric Press, c1999Description: 1 online resource (ix, 262 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0585464472 (electronic bk.); 9780585464473 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Minorities -- Mental health -- Great Britain | Community Mental Health Services -- organization and administration -- Great Britain -- Congresses | Minority Groups -- Great Britain -- Congresses | Ethnic Groups -- Great Britain -- Congresses | Health Services Accessibility -- Great Britain -- Congresses | Socioeconomic Factors -- Great Britain -- Congresses | PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental Health | PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental Illness | MEDICAL -- Mental HealthGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ethnicity.DDC classification: 362.2/089/00941 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Partial contents:
Ethnicity -- issues of definition -- Mental illness: a national perspective -- Cultural aspects of mental disorder in primary care -- Pathways into care: an explanation of the factors that may affect minority ethnic groups -- Epidemiological factors in research with ethnic minorities -- Risk factors for psychosis in the UK African-Caribbean population -- Common mental disorders among African-Caribbean general practice attenders in Brixton, London -- Ethnicity, drinking patterns and alcohol-related problems in England -- Practice of child psychiatry in multi-ethnic Britain: some issues and solutions -- Gujarati children in Manchester -- Cross-cultural approaches to dementia and depression in older adults -- Suicide and attempted suicide across cultures -- Postnatal depression in Japanese women who have given birth in England -- Forensic psychiatry -- Satisfaction with mental health services: issues for ethnic minorities -- Joint working between the public and purchasing authorities to determine mental health information needs -- Culture, ethnicity and mental health: a purchaser's perspective on the mental health of Black and other ethnic minority groups -- The National Health Service and ethnicity: services for Black patients -- Role of the general practitioner in the management of mental illness in ethnic minorities -- Voluntary organisations' perspective on mental health needs -- Alternatives to institutional psychiatry -- Service provision for ethnic minorities -- The Fourth National Survey of Ethnic Minorities.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Ethnicity -- issues of definition -- Mental illness: a national perspective -- Cultural aspects of mental disorder in primary care -- Pathways into care: an explanation of the factors that may affect minority ethnic groups -- Epidemiological factors in research with ethnic minorities -- Risk factors for psychosis in the UK African-Caribbean population -- Common mental disorders among African-Caribbean general practice attenders in Brixton, London -- Ethnicity, drinking patterns and alcohol-related problems in England -- Practice of child psychiatry in multi-ethnic Britain: some issues and solutions -- Gujarati children in Manchester -- Cross-cultural approaches to dementia and depression in older adults -- Suicide and attempted suicide across cultures -- Postnatal depression in Japanese women who have given birth in England -- Forensic psychiatry -- Satisfaction with mental health services: issues for ethnic minorities -- Joint working between the public and purchasing authorities to determine mental health information needs -- Culture, ethnicity and mental health: a purchaser's perspective on the mental health of Black and other ethnic minority groups -- The National Health Service and ethnicity: services for Black patients -- Role of the general practitioner in the management of mental illness in ethnic minorities -- Voluntary organisations' perspective on mental health needs -- Alternatives to institutional psychiatry -- Service provision for ethnic minorities -- The Fourth National Survey of Ethnic Minorities.

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