|Partners for Mental Health - The Contribution of Professionals and Non-professionals to Mental Health (WHO, 1994, 110 p.)|
|International Council of Nurses - ''The Current Status of Mental Health/Psychiatric Nursing and Some Future Challenges''|
|World Federation of Occupational Therapists - ''Occupational Therapy in Mental Health Care1''|
|World Organization of National Colleges, Academies and Academic Associations of General practice, Practitioners/Family Physicians (WONCA) - ''The Professional Role of General Practitioners in Mental Health''|
|World Psychiatric Association - ''The Now and Future Role of Psychiatrists''|
|Commonwealth Pharmaceutical Association - ''Pharmaceutical Services to the Mentally III and Mentally Handicapped''|
|International Union of Psychological Science - ''Psychology and Health''|
|International Sociological Association Working Group on Sociology of Mental Health - ''Sociology's Contribution to the Study of Mental Health''|
|World Federation for Mental Health - ''The Voluntary Sector: Passage to Empowerment for Volunteers, Consumers and Advocates''|
|National Association of Psychiatric Survivors - ''Speaking for Ourselves: Former Psychiatric Patients organizing and speaking out''|
DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
© World Health Organization, 1994
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This document assembles position papers prepared by several NGOs on their members' contribution to mental health and mental health care.
They cover a variety of domains such as training, research and care, in addition to addressing topics specific to each NGO.
Key-words: mental health, mental health care, nurses, occupational therapists, general practitioners, psychiatrists, pharmacists, psychologists, sociologists, volunteers, consumers.