Primary mental health care: indications and obstacles.

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This paper considers indications and obstacles for the development of primary mental health care practice in both developed and under-developed countries. Both are considered as this represents the South African reality. While a significant body of literature has documented the need for primary mental health care, the obstacles (especially in terms of the co-modification of health) to its fruition are seldom addressed.

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Pillay, Y. G., & Subedar, H. (1992, June). Primary mental health care: indications and obstacles. Curationis. https://doi.org/10.4102/curationis.v15i2.353

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