BasicNeeds has been involved in the publication of numerous documents. Listed below are a number of publications where BasicNeeds staff have either been the lead author or a member of the authorship team.
Armstrong G, Kermode M, Raja S, Suja
S, Chandra P, Jorm A F. A
mental Health Training Program for Community
Health Works in India: Impact on Knowledge and
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|Underhill, C. “Mental Health and Development”in Selected Readings in Community Based Rehabilitation: Disability and Rehabilitation Issues in South Asia. Asia Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal. Series eds. M. Thomas & MJ Thomas. (January 2002) Series 2, p 82-92.|
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|Saraceno B, Van Ommeren M, Batniji R, Cohen A, Gureje O, Mahoney J, Sridhar D, Underhill C. Barriers to improving mental health services in low and middle income countries. Lancet, September 4 2007, p 76-86.|
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|Raja S, Boyce W F, Ramani S, Underhill C. Success indicators for integrating mental health interventions with community-based rehabilitation projects. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research. December 2008. 31(4): 284-292.|
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|McDaid D, Knapp M, Raja S. Barriers in the mind: promoting an economic case for mental health. World Psychiatry. 2008; Vol. 7:79-86.|
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|Raja S, Mannarath S, Sagar T. India: Integrated primary care for mental health in the Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala State. In: Integrating mental health into primary care - A global perspective. World Health Organisation and World Organisation of Family Doctors (Wonca), Switzerland: WHO Press. 2008. p.109-123.|
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|de Menil V, Underhill C, (May 2010). Putting the community back into community mental health: The role of the community worker. In Community mental health care in low-income countries: a way forward, eds. Barbato, A., Vallarino, M., Global Forum for Community Mental Health, Press Milan, Italy.|
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|Raja S, Wood S, de Menil V, Mannarath S (2010). Mapping Mental Health Finances in Ghana, Uganda, Sri Lanka, India and Lao PDR. International Journal of Mental Health Systems, 4:11.|
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P, de Menil V, (May 2010). Lessons from the African
user movement: The case of Ghana.
In Community mental health care in low-income countries: a
way forward, eds. Barbato, A., Vallarino, M., Global Forum
for Community Mental Health, Press Milan, Italy.
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S, Underhill C, Shrestha P, Sunder U, Mannarath S, Wood S,
Patel V, (July 2012).
Integrating Mental Health and Development Study of the
BasicNeeds Model in Nepal
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J, Raja S, Naik A, Armstrong G,
(2012). Knowledge and attitudes of doctors regarding the
provision of mental health care in Doddaballapur Taluk,
Bangalore Rural district, Karnataka
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|Lund C, Tomlinson M, De Silva M, Fekadu A, Shidhaye R, Jordans M, Petersen I, Bhana A, Kigozi F, Prince M, Thornicroft G, Hanlon C, Kakuma R, McDaid D, Saxena S, Chisholm D, Raja S, Kippen-Wood S, Honikman S, Fairall L, Patel V (December 2012). PRIME: A Programme to Reduce the Treatment Gap for Mental Disorders in Five Low- and Middle-Income Countries|
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|Lund C, Waruguru M, Kingori J, Kippen-Wood S, Breuer E, Mannarath S, Raja S (December 2012). Outcomes of the mental health and development model in rural Kenya: a 2-year prospective cohort intervention study|
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