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Mental Health in India - Bridging the Gap

Published on World Mental Health Day 2021, FPH’s Journal of Public Health has issued a special supplement on ‘Mental Health in India – Bridging the Gap’ which explores policy and clinical challenges and opportunities relating to mental health care in India.

Introduced by FPH President Professor Maggie Rae, co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Public Health Professor Premila Webster conducted a series of video interviews with some of the authors featured in the supplement.

Thank you to Professor Premila Webster MBE and all who contributed to the interviews.

Professor Maggie Rae - JPH Mental Health in India Supplement

FPH President Professor Maggie Rae introduces a series of video interviews with authors published in the FPH's Journal of Public Health supplement on Mental Health in India

Read the articles here.

Dr Lakshmi Narasimhan - JPH Interview

Dr Lakshmi Narasimhan speaks with Professor Premila Webster about her article "Factors associated with homelessness among women: a cross-sectional survey of outpatient mental health service users at The Banyan, India" published in the Faculty of Public Health's Journal of Public Health

Read the article here.

Dr Anant Jani - JPH Interview

Dr Anant Jani speaks with Professor Premila Webster on his article "Factors influencing care-seeking behaviour for mental illness in India: a situational analysis in Tamil Nadu" published in the Faculty of Public Health's Journal of Public Health

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Dr Ravindra Rao and Professor Bhrigupati Singh - JPH Interview

Dr Ravindra Rao and Professor Bhrigupati Singh speak with Professor Premila Webster about their article "Is there an opioid epidemic in India?" published in the Faculty of Public Health's Journal of Public Health

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Dr Padmavati Ramachandran and Dr Sapna Nair - JPH Interview

Dr Padmavati Ramachandran and Dr Sapna Nair speak with Professor Premila Webster about their article "The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on mental health services: the provider perspective" published in the Faculty of Public Health's Journal of Public Health

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