101917: Prevention of Mental Disorders

Effective Interventions and Policy Options

About the Course:

This course is a study on a report by the World Health Organization and its collaborative partners. The course covers incidence, prevalence, and economic impact of mental disorders from a global perspective. The study includes information regarding best practices for intervention and prevention strategies for mental disorders.

Journal/Publisher:

World Health Organization

Publication Date:

2004

Author

World Health Organization, Deparment of Mental Health and Substance Abuse in collaboration with the Prevention Research Institute of Universities of Nijmegen and Maastricht

Recommended For:

This is an intermediate course intended for psychologists, social workers, counselors nurses, and other allied health professionals likely to gain professionally from increased knowledge in the area of prevention strategies for mental disorders and associated interventions.

Course Objectives:

  1. Develop understanding that mental disorders are a public health issue.

  2. Gain knowledge of preventive factors to mental disorders and protective factors from mental disorders.

  3. Understand the meaning of evidence-based medicine and evidence-based preventive programs.

  4. Learn strategies to reduce the risk of mental disorders.

  5. Learn new areas of practice for mental disorder prevention and for improving public health.

  6. Discover the relationship between human rights and public mental health.

  7. Examine the impact and relationship of public health policy on prevention of mental disorders.

Exam Questions

All exam questions for the course are visible on this page for members of CE-credit.com.

Membership is free, and you can sign up today! You'll only pay when you're ready to purchase a course, or if you take advantage of the Unlimited Package.

If you're already a member, please login to see the exam questions for this and all other courses.

Exam-related Actions