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World mental health problems and priorities in low income countries robert desjarlais oxford university press 1995 medical 382 pages 0 reviews this timely volume describes the emergence of a crisis in world mental health it analyzes the growing burden of mental behavioral and social problems in low income countries examines the world mental health problems and priorities in low income countries oxford university press abstract this volume describes the emergence of a crisis in world mental health it analyzes the growing burden of mental behavioral and social problems in low income countries examines the sources of the substantial morbidity rates and their world mental health problems and priorities in low income countries reprint edition by robert desjarlais editor leon eisenberg editor byron good editor and isbn 13 978 0195113112 isbn 10 019511311x why is isbn important isbn this bar code number lets you verify that youre getting exactly the right version or edition of a book world mental health problems and priorities in low income countries psychiatric services 488 pp 10891090 figures references cited by details cited by none volume 48 issue 8 april 2006 pages 1089 1090 metrics history published online 1 april 2006 published in print 1 august 1997world mental health problems and priorities in low income countries edited by robert desjarlais leon eisenberg byron good and arthur kleinman share also of interest oxford textbook of suicidology and suicide prevention second edition danuta wasserman commissioning and a population approach to health services decis

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