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Mental health in the Islamic Republic of Iran: achievements and areas of need

, : Mental health in the Islamic Republic of Iran: achievements and areas of need. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal 7(3): 381-391

The development of mental health in the Islamic Republic of Iran is described with particular reference to the integration mental health into the primary health care system. The achievements made so far are outlined and the areas of need discussed.


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