Aspects of mental health in a multi-cultural society: notes for the guidance of doctors and social workers
The Commission, Reference and Technical Services Division, 1976 - Medical - 63 pages
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Chapter Three Mental Health Problems
Review of the Psychiatric Literature
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Appendix areas Asian communities Asian family Asian patients Asians and West booklet Bradford Britain British society Caribbean cent clinic Community Relations Commission cultural background depression developed diagnosis different cultural difficulties disadvantage discussed disorders doctors and social English ethnic minority communities ethnic minority groups ethnic minority patients extended family factors family system feel forms of treatment health services important Indian sub-continent indigenous white population individual interpreters interviewed joint family language live London members of minority mental health mental health problems mental illness migration minority ethnic groups mothers Muslim Muslim women needs occupational therapists out-patient Pakistan particular practitioners prejudice and discrimination present psychiatric hospital psychiatric services psychiatrists Psychosis psychotic Punjabi Race Relations Racial recognised Reference Series relatively resettled risk psychiatrically Runnymede Trust schizophrenia Sikh situation social workers staff stigma stress symptoms Uganda unemployment United Kingdom urban West Indian girl West Indian patients young black