Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Marion Ann Becker's A Public Health Perspective of Women's Mental Health PDF
By Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Marion Ann Becker
A Public health and wellbeing point of view of Women’s psychological Health
Edited by way of Bruce Lubotsky Levin and Marion Ann Becker
As many as one-half of all ladies within the U.S. will event a few kind of psychological affliction of their lives—an in particular distressing truth while overall healthiness care budgets are in flux, including to current disparities and unmet healthiness needs.
Written from a special multidisciplinary framework, A Public overall healthiness point of view of Women’s psychological Health addresses today’s so much urgent psychological healthiness demanding situations: potent therapy, effective prevention, equivalent entry, more advantageous carrier supply, and enhanced public coverage. Eminent clinicians, researchers, academicians, and advocates study the consequences of psychological disease on women’s lives and speak about the scope of medical and repair supply matters affecting girls, concentrating on those significant areas:
- Epidemiology of psychological problems in ladies, lady children, grownup girls, and older women.
- Selected problems of specific trouble to ladies, together with melancholy and postpartum melancholy, consuming problems, menopause, chemical dependence, and HIV/AIDS.
- Mental healthiness wishes of girls within the office, rural components, and prisons.
- Racial and ethnic disparities and their effect on provider delivery.
- Parenting and restoration matters in moms with psychological illness.
- Women’s psychological wellbeing and fitness companies in an period of evidence-based medicine.
- Improving women’s well-being in today’s technological weather.
A Public well-being viewpoint of Women’s psychological Health is a source of fast value to execs and graduate scholars within the public health and wellbeing, overall healthiness management, overall healthiness disparities, social paintings, behavioral overall healthiness, and wellbeing and fitness providers learn fields, in addition to nursing, community/health psychology and community/public psychiatry.
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Warner and C. Bott females is needed because, as will become obvious in the rest of the chapter, the preponderance of our knowledge about mental illness in the early stages of the life course is based on samples of males only, or samples of both males and females with the results reported for both genders together. The chapter begins with a brief description of key epidemiologic research design issues that facilitate interpreting results on children and youth, and highlights methodological concerns of special relevance for girls and female adolescents.
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A Public Health Perspective of Women's Mental Health by Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Marion Ann Becker