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Case Report Pages 32-36
Abstract: The mental health sector has embraced the concept of consumer empowerment to ensure care and treatment is appropriate to meet their needs. Most progressive health services want to explore methods to implement processes to ensure consumers and their families participate in all aspects of health care planning, delivery and evaluation.
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Research Article Pages 25-31
Abstract: Chronic mental health and medical conditions are widespread problems that often co-occur. More than 68% percent of adults with a mental health condition report also having at least one medical condition, and 29% with a medical condition reported also having a comorbid mental health condition. This perspective manuscript seeks to highlight the interrelatedness of chronic medical and mental health conditions and to discuss emergent digital solutions that can potentially provide comprehensive solutions to the problems of access to mental health care, scalability, and integration of medical and mental health services. Both mental health and medical symptoms impact psychosocial functioning and/or lead to maladaptive behaviors, and this is most often seen in the context of adherence to treatment.
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