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HLTB03H3Y: Foundations in Health
Department of Health Studies
University of Toronto at Scarborough
Winter 2011
Instructor: Anna Walsh.
Term: Winter 2011: Wednesdays 9 a.m.-11 a.m.
Lecture Room: Room HW 216.
March 23, 2011 Mental Health Policy in Canada. Ch. 21
Current Events:
Police have issued a profile of a person targeting people with mental illness; stole
money and assaulted them
Homosexuality in the DSM-II
oStigma of homosexuality of being a mental illness
oCanada will require 2200 physicians by the year 2020
2000 physicians were over the age of 55; shortage of doctors in Canada
oGovernment posed limitations
oStudents unable to become doctors in Canada
Every Door is the Right Door
oAimed in integrating ppl with mental health illnesses and addictions into
their communities and also integrate mental health into the healthcare
system
Goal to provide early intervention
Ppl directed services
Stronger and efficient mental health care workforce
US- Senate Bill
oThe Mothers’ Act
oIdentifying post-partum depression in pregnant women
oProblem of labelling and these plans are not devised by the women
oConstant questioning of women suffering from PPD is problematic
Labelling can lead to big money for a lot of pharmaceutical
company
20% of the Canadian population suffer from mental health problems
2% suffer from severe mental health illnesses
University of Toronto students diagnosed with Schizophrenia
Fear of mental health illnesses in North America; the presence of asylums
oFear associated with being around people with mental illness
Mental Illness Canada
Mental illness affects almost everyone in our society. Some of us will be
personally affected by it, whether it is due to our own illness, or watching
someone very dear to us have to experience it, first hand. It is estimated that more
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HLTB03H3Y: Foundations in Health Department of Health Studies University of Toronto at Scarborough Winter 2011 Instructor: Anna Walsh. Term: Winter 2011: Wednesdays 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Lecture Room: Room HW 216. March 23, 2011 Mental Health Policy in Canada. Ch. 21 Current Events: Police have issued a profile of a person targeting people with mental illness; stole money and assaulted them Homosexuality in the DSM-II o Stigma of homosexuality of being a mental illness o Canada will require 2200 physicians by the year 2020 2000 physicians were over the age of 55; shortage of doctors in Canada o Government posed limitations o Students unable to become doctors in Canada Every Door is the Right Door o Aimed in integrating ppl with mental health illnesses and addictions into their communities and also integrate mental health into the healthcare system Goal to provide early intervention Ppl directed services Stronger and efficient mental health care workforce US- Senate Bill o The Mothers Act o Identifying post-partum depression in pregnant women o Problem of labelling and these plans are not devised by the women o Constant questioning of women suffering from PPD is problematic Labelling can lead to big money for a lot of pharmaceutical company 20% of the Canadian population suffer from mental health problems 2% suffer from severe mental health illnesses University of Toronto students diagnosed with Schizophrenia Fear of mental health illnesses in North America; the presence of asylums o Fear associated with being around people with mental illness Mental Illness Canada Mental illness affects almost everyone in our society. Some of us will be personally affected by it, whether it is due to our own illness, or watching someone very dear to us have to experience it, first hand. It is estimated that more 1 www.notesolution.com
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