Offering mental health services in a conflict affected region of Pakistan: who comes, and why?
Van den Bergh, Rafael
Van Bellinghen, Benedicte
Afridi, Sher Ali
Van Overloop, Catherine
Khilji, Tahir B-U-D
van Griensven, J
Guillergan, E L D
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AbstractNorth West Pakistan is an area ravaged by conflict and population displacement for over three decades. Recently, drone attacks and military operations have aggravated underlying mental disorders, while access to care is limited. Among patients attending a mental health clinic integrated in district hospital conducted by psychologists; we describe service utilization, patient characteristics, presenting complaints, morbidity patterns, and follow-up details.
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