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PROPOSITION OF CHANGES TO THE MENTAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEM AIMED AT INCLUSION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH PSYCHICAL DISORDERS INTO SOCIETY
Ema Ničea Gruber
; Neuropsychiatric hospital "dr. Ivan Barbot" Popovača, Croatia
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Str. 73 - 94
Based on the relevant literature review and current research results and with the aim of facilitating inclusion of people with a mental illness into society as well as decreasing the rate of their re-hospitalization and institutionalism, the following interventions in the health care and the social care system are suggested: increasing social contacts of people with a mental illness (acquiring and keeping friends and a best friend and developing supportive relations with a close family member), employment or keeping a job, achieving better comprehension and decreasing the occurrence of people with a mental illness being perceived as discriminated persons by their spouses/partners, early interventions in diagnosing and treatment of psychological disorders, increasing the level of cooperation during the treatment as well as education about the disorder so that the individual could accept his/her diagnosis without stigma. The appendix includes two constructed diagrams: the initial one presents the current state of care of persons with psychical disorders in Croatia, interrelation and influence of different sub-systems, and the closing one presents intervention possibilities, i.e. the intervention proposal within the mental health care system
inclusion of people with a mental illness into society; interventions in the health care and the social care system.
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