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Mental Health and Illness. An Epidemiological Perspective. Mental Health-Everybody’s Business. Peter Sims Professor of Public Health medicine University of Papua New Guinea <[email protected]>. Teaching and Learning Aims.

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Mental Health and Illness

An Epidemiological Perspective


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Mental Health-Everybody’s Business

  • Peter Sims

  • Professor of Public Health medicine

  • University of Papua New Guinea

  • <[email protected]>


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Teaching and Learning Aims

  • There is ignorance, superstition, stigma and fear around Mental Illness

  • Aetiology, pathogenesis diagnosis and treatment are imperfect.

  • There is a different paradigm and a less rigorous epidemiology


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Often sad,sometimes mad,occasionally bad

  • The medical model is

  • insufficient

  • Diagnosis is largely

  • clinical and experiential


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More of an art than a science

  • Treatment is pragmatic

  • Prevention is about the politics of health

  • “populations,people pressures, poverty”


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Mental Health is a worldwide problem


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Mental illness is common 6 in 10 women and 4 in 10 men

in Western Europe and North America will have a

significant mental illness during their lifetime

Mental illness can affect any one of us

Mental illness occurs in all societies and cultures


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We are all vulnerable


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A Holistic Approach

BODY

Arrow of Time

CULTURE

MIND

SPIRIT


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Intelligence

IQ = 100

IQ

I.Q. = the Mental Age x 100 the Chronological age


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Personality

  • Each human being is unique

  • We all have different personalities

  • My personality reflects genetic inheritance and Environment


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Behaviour

The Parent

SUPER-EGO

EGO

The Adult

The Child

ID


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The Subconscious Mind

The Conscious

The Subconscious


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Affective Disorders

Anxiety,depression,mania,obsessional disorders

Schizophrenia

Simple,Hebephrenic,Catatonic,paranoid

Organic states

Delirium,dementia

Personality Disorder

Abnormal personality,Psychopathy

A Classification

Substance abuse problems

Drugs, alcohol

Learning disorders

Subnormality


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The Classification of Mental Illness:The NeurosesDepression, Anxiety, Mania, Obsessions and compulsions(usually the patient retains insight and orientation; they experience deep distress and may commit suicide)The PsychosesSchizophrenia, puerperal psychosis(the patient is disorientated, deluded, and lacking in insight)The DementiasProgressive deterioration with loss of recent memory and deterioration of a normal personality,They may be primary or more commonly secondary to another condition e.g. alcohol, stroke


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Clinical Diagnosis


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The Classification of Mental Illness

Drug Problems

Addictive drugs, (Heroin, Cocaine, Amphetamines,) alcohol and drug related illness-psychosis, delirium and dementia

Personality Disorders

A personality and behaviour that is damaging to the individual and/or to society and which is not tolerated by the dominant culture

Mental subnormality/learning disorders:

Problems around intelligence and ability to learn on the basis of teaching and experience


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Aetiology

Inheritance-Genetics/Intra-uterine environment Schizophrenia,Huntington’s

Drug Abuse

Alcohol,Heroin etc

Upbringing

Mothering,education,parenting

Neurological diseases

MS,Brain tumour

Trauma/head injury

Biochemistry/metabolic

Porphyria,Diabetes

Infections-HIV,Syphilis,CJD

Vascular-CVA

Nutrition/PCM


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Treatment and Care

Hospital Care

Community Care


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Preventive NetworksChurch,Family, Home, Friends, Work


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The Mental Health Act

Compulsory Psychiatric Treatment

Criminal responsibility

Power of attorney


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Mental Handicap/learning disability

The mind of a young child in the body of an adult


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Canst thou not minister to a mind diseased,

Pluck from the memory a rooted sorrow,

Raze out the written troubles of the brain,

And with some sweet oblivious antidote

Cleanse the stuff’d bosom of that perilous stuff

Which weighs upon the heart?

Macbeth


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