Dr. Cheng Hui from the Mental Health Center published his research on The Lancet Psychiatry

  Recently, Dr. Cheng Hui from the Mental Health Center published his research on The Lancet Psychiatry (IF 5.756). Dr Cheng Hui (Shanghai mental health center) reviewed completed system as The Social correlates of getting, neurological, and substance use disorders in China and India: a review. He conducted analysis and discussion on The China‘s and India’s Social factors associated with mental disorders, neurological disorders and substance abuse.

  Dr Cheng Hui and clinical and scientific research workers from India, the United States and Australia and other countries closely cooperated and reviewed a large number of literature, systematic analysis and discussion on the China and India the two most populous countries in the world of social factors (such as gender, age, education age, marital status, income, urbanization and regional differences) and mental disorders, neurological disorders and substance abuse. Research shows that: 1, in contrast to the previous global report which is middle-aged men are more concentrated alcohol abuse in China, and India has a certain degree of lower; 2  married Indian women are closely relative to suffer from depression, and are consistent with the previous global report, China and India in low degree and high rates of poverty and dementia significantly related to both China and India is a multi-ethnic country, and the influence factors of interval is slightly different.

  The world health organization (WHO) put forward the guidance of “health social factors conceptual framework”, understanding of mental disorders, neurological diseases and epidemiology of substance abuse. We are able to better identify people at high risk, promote the government to develop more effective prevention and intervention measures with national characteristics. Dr Cheng Hui et al. Research results as China, India and other low-income countries how to reduce mental disorders, neurological disorders and substance abuse social and economic burden of diseases such as such as provide the relevant objective evidence and guidance.

  This research is tutored under professor Fei Lipeng from the mental health center affiliated to Shanghai jiaotong university school of medicine. He invited cooperation with clinical and scientific research workers from countries such as China, India, the United States and Australia. The achievement is expected to develop national and regional characteristics of disease prevention and intervention measures to take another step forward in the exploration.

 
 
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