Mental health care delivery in Canada and Ghana: enhancing community integration of people diagnosed and treated for mental illness

On April 30, 2019, graduate student Joseph Adu delivered a poster presentation at Lawson Health Research Day regarding his proposed comparative analysis of community integration post-mental health hospitalization in Canada and Ghana. Both high-income and low-income nations face challenges in responding to the rising burden of mental illness. To mitigate the negative impacts of mental illnesses, it is imperative that those who seek acute care services are able to comfortably return to the community and to employment post-discharge.

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It is hoped that this proposed study will identify the key issues affecting the integration of mental health patients into communities and influence policy and practice where mental health services delivery are concerned.

Adu, J. & Oudshoorn, A. (Apr 30, 2019). Mental health care delivery in Canada and Ghana: Identifying resources and support networks to enhance community integration of people diagnosed and treated for mental illness.
Lawson Health Research Day, London, ON.

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