It is now recognised that mental illness contribues to approximately 14% of the global burden of disease in low and middle- income countries, with implications for society, employment and economy, and challenges in developing effective policy and awareness.
Below is a brief bibliography of key works in our book collection, which may be found in the Barnard Room.
Sorel, Eliot. 21st century global mental health. -Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett, 2013. Call mark UJ.RX.09
Opaku, Samuel O. (ed.) Essentials of global mental health. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014. Call mark UJ
Luhrmann, T. M. Of two minds : the growing disorder in American psychiatry. – New York : Knoff, 2000. Call Mark UJ.RX.6
Patel, Vikram. Where there is no psychiatrist : a mental health care manual. – London : Gaskell, 2003. Call mark UJ.R.03
Heller, Tom (ed.) and 4 others. Mental health matters : a reader. – London : MacMillan/OUP, 1996. Call mark UJ.RX.6
McKenzie, Kwame and Harpham, Trudy. Social capital and mental health. – London : Kingsley, 2006 Call mark UJ.S
Cotter, Linda B. Mental health in public health : the next 100 years. – Oxford : OUP, 2011 Call mark UJ.S
Rogers, Anne and Pilgrim, David. A sociology of mental health and illness. – Oxford : OUP, 2014 Call mark UJ