Open Access Editorial Article ID: APT-2-103

    Mobile Phone for Mental Health

    Tanjir Rashid Soron*

    The rapid growth of information communication technology (ICT) has brought new hope for people with mental illness who were beyond health and social service for long time. It has transformed the health service for many Low and Middle Income Countries and most of the governments are motivated to incorporate information communication technology for health sector. As the developing countries are stressed with high demand in contrast to low resources, here, mental health hardly receives adequate attention overcoming all the other priority issues. However, evidence revealed more than 75% of the affected people with mental disorders live in this region and in the least resource area about 90% of the affected people do not get their required care [1].


    Published on: Feb 28, 2017 Pages: 3-3

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/apt.000003
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