Bibliografia

Bibliografia do Curso em 2016.1

->Patel V, Prince M. “Global Mental Health: a new global health field comes of age.” JAMA. 2010; 303(19):1976-7.

->Patel V. “Global Mental Health: from science to action.” Harvard Rev Psychiatr. 2012; 20(1):6-12.

->Becker AE, Kleinman, A. “Mental health and the global agenda.” N Engl J Med. 2013; 369(1):66-73.

->Collins PY, Patel V, Joestl S, March D, Insel TR, Daar AS, et al. “Grand challenges in global mental health.” Nature. 2011; 475(7354):27-30.

->Patel V. “Beyond evidence: the moral case for International Mental Health.” Am J Psychiatr. 2006; 163(8):1312-5.

->Kleinman A. “Global Mental Health: a failure of humanity.” Lancet. 2009; 374(9690):603-4.

->Vikram Patel. “Why mental health matters to global health.” Transcultural Psychiatry December 2014 51: 777-789.

->Rob Whitley. “Global Mental Health: concepts, conflicts and controversies.” Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences, 24(4): 285-291.

->Summerfield D. “Afterword: against ‘global mental health’”. Transcult Psychiatry 2012; 49:519-30.

->Ross G. White and S. P. Sashidharan. “Towards a more nuanced global mental health.”  The British Journal of Psychiatry (2014), 204, 415–417.

->Das, A., Rao, M. (2012). “Universal mental health: Re-evaluating the call for global mental health.” Critical Public Health, 22(4), 183-189.

->Jocalyn Clark. “Medicalization of global health 2: the medicalization of global mental health.” Global Health Action. 2014; 7: 10.3402/gha.v7.24000.

->Kirmayer L, Swartz L. “Culture and global mental health.” In: Patel V, Minas H, Cohen A, Prince MJ, editors. Global mental health: principles and practice. New York: Oxford University Press; 2014. p. 41-62

->Kirmayer LJ. “Cultural competence and evidence-based practice in mental health: epistemic communities and the politics of pluralism”. Soc Sci Med. 2012 75(2):249-56.

->Laurence J. Kirmayer and Duncan Pedersen. “Toward a new architecture for global mental health.” Transcultural Psychiatry December 2014 51: 759-776

->Doerte Bemme and Nicole A. D’souza. “Global mental health and its discontents: An inquiry into the making of global and local scale.” Transcultural Psychiatry, 2014 51: 850-874

->Joop T. V. M. de Jong. “Challenges of creating synergy between global mental health and cultural psychiatry.” Transcultural Psychiatry, 2014 51: 806-828

->Bartlett, N., Garriott, W., & Raikhel, E. (2014). “What’s in the ‘treatment gap’? Ethnographic perspectives on addiction and global mental health from China, Russia, and the United States.” Medical Anthropology, 33(6), 457-477.

->Stefan Jansen et al. “The “treatment gap” in global mental health reconsidered: sociotherapy for collective trauma in Rwanda.” European  Journal of  Psychotraumatology. 2015; 6: 10.3402/ejpt.v6.28706.

->Campbell C, Burgess R. “The role of communities in advancing the goals of the Movement for   Global Mental Health.” Transcultural psychiatry. 2012 Jul;49(3-4):379-95.

->China Mills,  and Suman Fernando.  “Globalising Mental Health or Pathologising the Global South? Mapping the Ethics, Theory and Practice of Global Mental Health.” Disability and the Global South, 2014 Vol.1, No. 2, 188-202

->David Ingleby. “How ‘evidence-based’ is the Movement for Global Mental Health?” Disability and the Global South, 2014 Vol.1, No. 2, 203-226.