دانلود کتاب پرستاري بهداشت روان-Mental Health Nursing 3rd Edition
SAMUEL looks like any other 35-year-old Ugandan man, standing at the entrance to his home in Agora village with the rest of his family. Samuel is
ebangi (mad); when his medication runs out and there is no money to buy more medication, Samuel becomes aggressive, threatens people in the village, and is often beaten up when his threats frighten others.
Samuel is not alone—35% of Ugandans, about 11.5 million people, have some form of mental disorder, with depression being the most common. Barely half seek treatment because the people believe that mental illness comes from witchcraft or a supernatural force and, therefore, cannot be cured by modern medicine. Mental illness is believed to run in families—therefore, his family members are shamed and stigmatized because they are also considered mentally ill.
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