Background The post-disaster mental health crisis intervention (MHCI) system in China remains immature and unsystematic. We aim to report the perceptions of a large sample of MHCI workers and government administrators and provide recommendations for developing a national mental health disaster response management plan in China.
Methods An in-depth qualitative study was conducted, collecting data from 20 focus-group discussions and 25 key stakeholder...Expand abstract
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Mental health workers perceptions of disaster response in China.
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