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Policy Brief: COVID-19 and the Need for Action on Mental Health 13 M AY 20 20 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY | UNITED NATIONS POLICY BRIEF: COVID-19 AND THE NEED FOR ACTION ON MENTAL HEALTH EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: COVID-19 and the Need for Action on Mental Health Although the COVID-19 crisis is, in the first instance, a physical health crisis, it has the seeds of a major mental health crisis as well, if action is not taken. Good mental health is critical to the functioning of society at the best of times. (...) ENSURE WIDESPREAD AVAILABILITY OF EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT Mental health and psychosocial support must be available in any emergency.
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Score: 930725.5 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...id_and_mental_health_final.pdf
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UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe Launch of the policy brief on COVID-19 and mental health "Mental health services are an essential part of all government responses to COVID-19" About the author António Guterres António Guterres is the ninth Secretary-General of the United Nations, who took office on 1st January 2017. 13 May 2020 Mental health is at the core of our humanity. (...) This is the background to the policy brief on COVID-19 and mental health that we are launching today. Mental health services are an essential part of all government responses to COVID-19. (...) Lockdowns and quarantines must not discriminate against those with poor mental health. As we recover from the pandemic, we must shift more mental health services to the community, and make sure mental health is included in universal health coverage.
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Score: 928779.5 - https://www.un.org/en/coronavi...-government-responses-covid-19
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Such duty must extend to considering a staff-member’s mental health prior to terminating their employment where there is a clear indication that he or she may be suffering from a mental health condition that may have created the conditions purportedly requiring his separation. (...) Since the investigation failed to ascertain the role that the Applicant’s mental health played in the incident, the decision-maker did not have the requisite information to weigh this factor; j. (...) On that occasion, he was able to raise his mental health condition and the altercation that preceded the assault.
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Score: 928328.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-109.pdf
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In many countries, COVID-19 is leading to cuts in mental health services and the closure of facilities. (...) It includes recommendations to governments and others that can help mitigate the mental health dimensions of the pandemic. Mental health services are an essential part of all government responses to COVID-19. (...) Lockdowns and quarantines must not discriminate against those with poor mental health. As we recover from the pandemic, we must take the opportunity to build mental health services for the future, by shifting services to the community, making them accessible online, and making sure mental health is included in universal health coverage.
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Score: 927512.5 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...-mental-health-crisis-pandemic
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They must be expanded and fully funded.   Addressing mental health is central to achieving Universal Health Coverage.    (...) Too few people have access to quality mental health services.    We must seize the opportunity to support the recovery from COVID-19 by building mental health services for the future.   We must commit to investing collectively in our own mental health, in the mental health of our communities, and in the mental health of our society as a whole.  
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Score: 925700 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...g-event%E2%80%9D-mental-health
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Life and livelihood of LGBTQA+ youth and mental health 6. Socio-economic determinants of youth mental health in India 7. Youth mental health and spirituality 8. Creative arts in youth mental health 9. Stakeholders’ responsibilities in youth mental health 10. Youth-led community action in mental health 11.
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Score: 923949.5 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...iles/en/2021doc/notes/tycl.pdf
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UNDT/2020/111 Page 16 of 24 members.3 As such the applicability of art. IV.16 of the Mental Health IC is subject to the provisions of ST/AI/1999/16 (Termination of appointment for reasons of health). (...) UNDT/2020/111 Page 19 of 24 mental health issue. He may talk to the staff member or his doctor or request more detailed reports. (...) Asciutti, that the Organization does not bear “a duty of care” to staff members with mental health challenges needs to be re-examined. 66.
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Score: 922659.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-111.pdf
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Ouriques’ favor. His mental health status was also considered and it is not the role of the Administration to “inquire 3 Ibid., para. 62. (...) Ouriques was experiencing, his mental health and state of mind were completely disregarded during the inquiry. (...) However, it means that a proper inquiry should have been carried out regarding Mr. Ouriques’ mental health after the presentation of the medical certificate20 put the Administration on notice of Mr.
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Score: 917638.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2017-UNAT-745.pdf
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These terms describe ways of accessing mental health services via secure, online, audio/video-communication systems. You can connect with mental health professionals for support while living/working in any location where this kind of connection with a health professional will work best for you. (...) UN staff’s physical and mental health and well-being is a priority, and easy access to quality care may be unavailable in some duty stations.
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Score: 914157 - https://www.un.org/en/coronavi...ng-external-mental-health-care
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In 2019, WHO launched the WHO Special Initiative for Mental Health (2019-2023): Universal Health Coverage for Mental Health to ensure access to quality and affordable care for mental health conditions in 12 priority countries to 100 million more people. Burden Mental health conditions are increasing worldwide. (...) In 2019, WHO launched the WHO Special Initiative for Mental Health (2019-2023): Universal Health Coverage for Mental Health to ensure access to quality and affordable care for mental health conditions in 12 priority countries to 100 million more people.
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Score: 910650.7 - https://www.who.int/health-topics/mental-health
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