Person-Centred Approach: Mental Health Needs & COVID-19

Research Paper Title

Person-Centered Approach to the Diverse Mental Healthcare Needs During COVID 19 Pandemic.

Background

In this COVID-19 pandemic, many mental health problems arose.

The mental health difficulties are sufficiently significant to disturb the peace and wellbeing of the people involved.

A poor population’s mental health needs are complex (elderly individuals, those with chronic co-morbidity, youth and disadvantaged population, emergency care professionals, police officers, and patients with pre-existing mental health issues).

In resource-scarce environments, in the light of the person-centered treatment paradigm, there is an immediate need to plan to meet the emerging challenge.

Reference

Kar, S.K. & Singh, N. (2020) Person-Centered Approach to the Diverse Mental Healthcare Needs During COVID 19 Pandemic. SN Comprehensive Clinical Medicine. 15;1-3. doi: 10.1007/s42399-020-00428-4. Online ahead of print.

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