2 edition of Perspectives on mental health in urban areas found in the catalog.
Perspectives on mental health in urban areas
J. A. Giggs
Bibliography: p. 147-166.
|Statement||J.A. Giggs and P.M. Mather.|
|Series||Nottingham monographs in applied geography : -- no. 3|
|Contributions||Mather, Paul M.|
|LC Classifications||RA790 G5 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
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In an editorial on urban health issues in The Lancet, it was stated that “ to keep cities profitable into the 21st century more attention will need to be paid to aspects of health other than the purely physical.” Mental ill-health is a growing problem and one that urgently requires attention.
Purpose of review To provide an update on urban mental health and highlight the challenges that require urgent attention. Recent findings The majority of the world's population live in towns and urbanization is expected to increase in all areas of the world.
Challenges to mental health in urban areas include loneliness, violence, high crime rates, homelessness, noise and other pollutants.
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(Editor’s note: This story is part of a special report for The John A. Hartford Foundation.). Mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression are common among older adults in rural areas.
Urbanization affects mental health through the influence of increased stressors and factors such as overcrowded and polluted environment, high levels of violence, and reduced social support.
Movement of population to urban areas has led to large number of older men and women left to look after themselves in the rural areas, while the young. Japan is one of the most urbanized countries in the world and offers a remarkable series of lessons for sustainable urban planning.
This book draws together experts from engineering, humanities, social sciences and mental health to introduce Japanese experiences and com pare them with international research. contrast to their urban counterparts, the mental health epidemic is worse in rural areas with rates of depression and suicide far exceeding population ratio (Gustafson et al., ).
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All over the world, different cities, sectors, and disciplines are grasping this challenge in very different ways, and the lessons we can learn inspire further innovation.
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Historically, an important perspective in global mental health has been the anthropological : Javier I. Escobar. The physical and social environments of urban life can contribute both positively and negatively to mental health and wellbeing.
Cities are associated with higher rates of most mental health problems compared to rural areas: an almost 40% higher risk of depression, over 20% more anxiety, and double the risk of schizophrenia, in addition to more loneliness, isolation and stress.
The book also includes a chapter written by Kate E. Pickett and Richard G. Wilkinson, authors of the best selling book The Spirit Level.
Public Mental Health: Global Perspectives is an invaluable tool to give readers the confidence to develop effective mental health tools and programs that will improve public mental : Neil Knifton, Knifton, Lee Quinn. Urban design and planning can promote mental health by refocusing on spaces we use in our everyday lives in light of what research tells.
Psychological health is, on average, worse in cities than in rural areas. All kinds of mental disorders have higher prevalence rates in cities (see: Srivastava, ).
Novel in its approach and unique in its scope, Black Mental Health: Patients, Providers, and Systems examines the role of African Americans within American psychiatric health care from distinct but interconnected perspectives. The experiences of both black patients and the black mental health professionals who serve them are analyzed against the backdrop of the cultural.
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Equitable access to health care is a major principle of national health systems globally [1, 2].However, persons with disabilities (PWDs) generally experience greater barriers in accessing PHC than the general population, and these problems are further exacerbated for those with disabilities in rural areas .PWDs in rural settings confront a wide range of informational, Cited by: 3.
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This publication was partially funded by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, but the. gates human health and health care systems in comparative perspective, considering a wide range of bio-cultural dynamics that affect the well-being of human populations.
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