This paper focuses on The Mental Health Condition of Indonesia. I. To write Introduction section (with preliminary introduction as guideline (10 pages). Introduction: Mental health is worsening, especially in current pandemic situation.
The Mental Health Condition of Indonesia
I. To write Introduction section (with preliminary introduction as guideline (10 pages)
– Mental health is worsening, especially in current pandemic situation. Show global data, as it affects happiness, economy, productivity, and then move to Indonesia. Also, data from IFLS from 2007 to 2014 shows that there is an increase in mental illness condition.
Firstly, Implication is that it is worse for society, not only the affected individuals
Secondly, the Indonesian mental health data description from IFLS from 2007 to 2014: References for Preliminary Introduction
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World Mental Health Day: an opportunity to kick-start a massive scale-up in investment in mental health
Joint release by the World Health Organization, United for Global Mental Health and the World Federation for Mental Health
Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health. Close to 1 billion people are living with a mental disorder, 3 million people die every year from the harmful use of alcohol and also one person dies every 40 seconds by suicide. And now, billions of people around the world have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, which is having a further impact on people’s mental health.
Additionally, relatively few people around the world have access to quality mental health services. In low- and middle-income countries, more than 75% of people with mental, neurological and substance use disorders receive no treatment for their condition at all. Furthermore, stigma, discrimination, punitive legislation and human rights abuses are still widespread.