China Considers Mandating Mental Clinics In Comprehensive Hospitals
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A law underwent its third review at a recent meeting of the NPC’s standing committee to mandate mental or psychotherapy clinics in comprehensive medical institutes, appropriate subsidy amounts for mental health workers, and mental problem identification training for healthcare staff by county or higher-level health bureaus.
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