Measuring the mental health treatment gap in five low-income countries: Description of the PRIME consortium community survey

Abstract

This poster presentation highlights the aim to estimate the baseline level of treatment coverage amongst adults who screen positive for depressive disorder or alcohol use disorder, in 4 of the 5 community implementation areas in the PRIME consortium. The poster concludes that changes in treatment coverage over time will be attributable to the implementation of PRIME mental health care plans.

Citation

Rathod, S.; De Silva, M.; Fekadu, A.; Shidhaye, R.; Jordans, M.; Ssebunya, J.; Chisholm, D.; Patel, V. Measuring the mental health treatment gap in five low-income countries: Description of the PRIME consortium community survey. Presented at Royal Society of Medicine, UK. (2013)

Measuring the mental health treatment gap in five low-income countries: Description of the PRIME consortium community survey

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