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Shariat S V, Mansouri N, Gharraee B, Bolhari J, Yousefi Nourai R, Rahimi Movaghar A. Attitude, Knowledge, and Satisfaction of Health Personnel and General Population about the Program of Integration of Mental Health in PHC in Iran: Systematic Review. IJPCP. 2011; 17 (2) :85-98
URL: http://ijpcp.iums.ac.ir/article-1-1341-en.html
1- Psychiatrist, Associated Prof. Tehran University of Medical Sciences
2- MS. in Educational Psychology, Mental Health Research Network, , mansouri.nv@gmail.com
3- PhD. in Psychology, Assistant Prof. Tehran University of Medical Sciences
4- Psychiatrist, Professor of Tehran University of Medical Sciences
5- General Practitioner, Health Research Methodology program
6- Psychiatrist, Associate Prof. Tehran University of Medical Sciences
Abstract:   (10475 Views)
Objectives: To systematically review studies on attitude, knowledge, and satisfaction of health personnel and general population about the program of integration of mental health in PHC in the recent 20 years. Method: International and local databases were electronically searched. Hand searching, reviewing reference lists and personal communications were also done. 11 studies on attitude and knowledge and one study on satisfaction were selected after reviewing full texts of the documents. Results: Most studies were on Behvarzes and general population and few studies assessed other groups. Knowledge of the studied groups were higher than average in most studies. The only satisfaction study suggested a medium, high, and low satisfaction of general population from interpersonal and care delivery, time and cost benefit, and treatment outcomes, respectively. Conclusion: Knowledge and attitude of the personnel and general population seems to be average or higher in most studies. This could be partly due to implementation of the integration program. However, more empirical data is needed to evaluate the issues more specifically.
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Type of Study: Rewie | Subject: General
Received: 2012/01/4

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