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Article: Griffiths, K. M., Jorm, A. F., Christensen, H., Medway, J., & Dear, K. B. (2002).Research priorities in mental health, Part 2: an evaluation of the current research effort against stakeholders' priorities. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 36(3), 327-339. In this article, the focus is on the factor of priority when dealing with the provision of mental health services. The research recognizes that in some instances, the issues of mental health and physical problems such as the general body weakness, are not available. Moreover, the article points out that professionals have to apply alternative ways of determining how much attention a certain patient requires. Therefore, concluding that there is a need to look at these factors and determine the one that key stakeholders should consider necessary. According to the paper, every stakeholder expects the professionals to have the capability to handle all mental problems. It points out their obligations as the provision of both medication and psychological support to the patients. The paper also highlights that they are expected to have critical thinking and be ethical while dealing with a dilemma situation. This includes a situation when many people demand health services. Moreover, it says that the professionals are also expected to ensure that they have enough resources to use when dealing with their mental health patients. The paper lists the major beneficiaries under this case, which include patients who chance to be treated by the professionals. It discusses the high-quality services patients get at a very affordable price. Also, it says professionals need to determine which patient requires immediate attention. Therefore, according to them, they are supposed to be focused more on mental health patients who will harm themselves or anyone in the community in case the intervention is not done on time. On the other hand, the article poses a major challenge whereby one cannot have a conclusive opinion on a patient by just looking at them. Furthermore, it challenges the government by the need to provide quality mental healthcare facilities to its people. The paper outlines the advantages likely to achieve when the government provides quality health services. However, it reminds us that time management and providing quality services is still a challenge, especially to the government and the health care professions, as they are expected to deliver their services at a reduced cost. In conclusion, the paper suggests that both personal interest and social relationships may affect the judgment of a professional health caregiver. It further discusses that personal relationships with the patient usually affect the quality of service they are offered. For instance, according to the article, a professional will be keen while attending a close relative or friend. In contrast, it suggests that the same professional will be less effective to someone they have a negative attitude on. In other cases, the paper points out that having an effective knowledge of patients’ needs may benefit the employees in their decision making. Finally, according to the article, the availability of medical reports and information about the behavior of a patient from close friends and family may ease in decision making. In summary, the article could be used in determining the policy used in the process of providing mental health care and factors that should be considered. The article suggests that the government should ensure that mentally challenged individuals are catered for in society. Also, the article emphasizes the need to have guidelines and policies to make them enjoy and be made to feel like any other person. The paper has highlighted various factors such as affective disorder and primary suicide care, which require higher priority on mental health patients. Moreover, it can be used on policies related to the determination of necessary approaches to mental health provision. However, researchers in the paper do not address the need to decide on the approach taken while taking one as an inpatient or outpatient. Therefore, there is a need for further research in this case. Article: Hussain, S. S., Murad, M., Gul, R. B., & Asad, N. (2018). Integration of mental health into primary healthcare: perceptions of stakeholders in Pakistan. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 24(2), 146. This paper focuses on the need to establish integrated mental health systems with other health facilities. Moreover, it recognizes that there are high cases of mental disorders that need to be addressed. In society, we often come across people with different mental problems. Therefore, the article suggests that people need to consider and show mercy to them despite their relationship. The article does a good job of elaborating on how to cater to these people. It argues that the current system does not offer enough services, and there is a need for a better approach when dealing with the problem. According to the article, employees in normal health facilities and mental health facilities are the key stakeholders. The paper argues that the main expectation from these stakeholders is surplus resources from the government and international organizations such as the WHO. The article further elaborates that without enough resources, then the expected change will not work. For example, without building mental health facilities, this will lead to the skirmishing of mental health patients when getting health services. According to the paper, this will lead to high overcrowding in hospitals bringing about a challenge on the process of mental health services; hence, stakeholders get overworked, therefore diminishing the quality of services they provide. The paper indicates that the expected beneficiaries will be the mental health patients and the community at large. Moreover, it suggests that the mental health patients will benefit from the close availability of services which will monitor their advancement towards recovery. Mental health patients will benefit from this in such a way that they will not have to spend a lot of transport or time when they wish to access the health facilities; additionally, the community benefits. For instance, the implementation of new mental health facilities, more workers will be needed to increase the number of employees resulting in more people getting employed. Through this, the paper concludes that the government will have achieved in the provision of healthcare and the creation of job opportunities in the healthcare sector. Moreover, it points out that people will access the required healthcare services when needed. Thus, there is a need to ensure the availability of required resources in order to prevent any problem during service provision. On the other hand, it suggests that without health employers, a country may not be habitable since they are the key stakeholders. Therefore, they ought to make sure that all medics in their country are placed in a desirable condition in respect to their desired profession. Employees in the healthcare sector are the main stakeholders, they should be taken into account when it comes to the integration of health services. For example, stakeholders expect more workers and more facilities to be established to accommodate the expected population of mental health patients. Therefore, in case these demands are not met, then they will not be satisfied and may not provide adequate services. The article thus concludes that this can highly affect patients who are struggling to get mental health services. As the article ends, it elaborates that the government expects mental health services to be provided through the most economical means, and it should always ensure patients receive high-quality services. The research article could be effective in addressing the policy of integrating mental health facilities with normal health facilities. In addition, the study has established key significant necessities in the integration of health services, which include political commitment, adequate human and finance resources, and strong advocacy. Therefore, it can be used to determine how these factors are necessary for integration. However, questions that are not addressed yet about the integration process include the estimated number of workers and the expected cost needed on the integration process. Moreover, it has not established how the approach will help the patient or made any comment on whether integration is necessary. Finally, the article does not consider the community as key stakeholders and the need to put their opinion into account. ...
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