Mental Health Care Reform in the Czech and Slovak Republics, 1989 to the Present
vázaná, 260 str., 1. vydání
vydáno: srpen 2008
doporučená cena: 490 Kč
Mental Health Care Reform in the Czech and Slovak Republics: 1989 to the Present, edited by Richard Scheffler and Martin Potucek, is the product of collaboration between two great universities and scholars in the Czech and Slovak Republics. It is a masterful illustration ofthe importance ofcontext in understanding mental health policy and services. Read it and see how such collaboration can build a civil society.
HOWARD H. GOLDMAN, MD, PhD
PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
EDITOR, PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
Scholarly examinations ofmental health systems in Central and Eastern Europe are rare, especially comprehensive research projects built upon well-based, long-term collaborations. This welcome volume from a team of experienced researchers in the Czech and Slovak Republics and the U.S. provides a bedrock of evidence for policy discussion and future research, relevant notjust to the Czech and Slovak Republics, but more widely.
MARTIN KNAPP, PhD
DlRECTOR OF THE PERSONAL SOCIAL SERVICES RESEARCH UNIT
AND PROFESSOR OF SOCIAL POLICY
LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS