Stigma among healthcare providers is a barrier to the effective delivery of mental health services in primary care. Few studies have been conducted in primary care settings comparing the attitudes of healthcare providers and experiences of people with mental illness who are service users in those facilities. Such research is necessary across diverse global settings to characterize stigma and inform effective stigma reduction.

Perspectives of healthcare providers, service users, and family members about mental illness stigma in primary care settings: a multi-site qualitative study of seven countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe

Lasalvia, Antonio;
2021

Abstract

Stigma among healthcare providers is a barrier to the effective delivery of mental health services in primary care. Few studies have been conducted in primary care settings comparing the attitudes of healthcare providers and experiences of people with mental illness who are service users in those facilities. Such research is necessary across diverse global settings to characterize stigma and inform effective stigma reduction.
Mental health and psychiatry
Primary care
Mental health therapies
Health care providers
Nurses
Physicians
Nepal
Health care facilities
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