Lessons from the field: From research evidence to policy: mental health care in Vietnam
This case study from Vietnam illustrates how evidence can be used to influence policy. We summarize evidence on the burden of mental illness in Vietnam and describe attempts to influence policy makers.
Participatory child poverty assessment in rural Vietnam
The objective of the current study was to understand adults and children’s perceptions of the causes and consequences of child poverty in rural Vietnam using a variety of participatory mthods.
Validity and reliability of the self-reporting questionnaire 20 Items in Vietnam
Author : T Tuan, T Harpham, NT Huong
Year : 2004
Area : Mental Health
The demand for the inclusion of a mental health measure for general health and well-being surveys in developing countries is increasing. There have even been calls for mental health to be added to the influential Demographic and Health Surveys. To meet this demand, the World Health Organization (WHO)-recommended Self-reporting Questionnaire 20 items (SRQ 20) has […]