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Cultural beliefs and values in cancer patients. - NCBI

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22628419

(1)University of Balamand, Saint George Hospital, President, Lebanese Cancer ... in large part, due to the cultural myths and taboos surrounding the disease.

Battling Voices: Schizophrenia as Social Relation in Abel García ...

dsq-sds.org/article/view/5007/4300

The resulting picture emphasizes schizophrenia as a cognitive disability that must be ... frequent need identified by patients taking part in the above study ( Ochoa et al. ... Cultural products have worked to bring these interrelated issues concerning ... The portion of History of Madness that appears under the subtitle " Doctors ...

Mental Health Stigma in the Muslim Community

quod.lib.umich.edu/j/jmmh/10381607.0007.102/--mental-health-stigma-in-the-muslim-community?rgn=main;view=fulltext

Stigma impacts individuals of color and minority cultures. ... and mental illness), the social norms affecting these identities, and sexual risk-taking. .... Muslims examining health attitudes, one participant said “God…is the ultimate doctor. ... of a Thai Muslim community rejected the idea that schizophrenia had stigma since the ...

Take Aniseed not Antidepressants: battling Arab taboo (II) - Sajjeling

sajjeling.com/2016/09/14/take-aniseed-not-antidepressants-battling-arab-taboo-ii/

Sep 14, 2016 ... To know from where the taboo surrounding depression and mental illness stems in my family, and in many other Lebanese and Arab families,… ... cultural roots in the Levant (or in the Arab region, at large) by taking a little trip back in time. ... Renowned physicians such as Muhammad Ibn Zakariya Al-Razi ...

Sexuality, war, and literature in Lebanon - Springer

link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/BF02685614.pdf

by Lebanese women and men authors who have lived or are still living in. Lebanon. ... the tragedy: namely, violence and war taking their roots in badly lived ..... cultural and personal schizophrenia. ... passive roles and reject the taboos surrounding virginity and sexuality. ... virginity repair job by a doctor before the wedding.

CP-Lebanon English:Layout 1 - Conseil de l'Europe

www.coe.int/T/DG3/Pompidou/Source/Images/country profiles flags/profiles/CP Lebanon English V2.pdf

their financial support in the realisation of this booklet, as well as Doctor. Ramzi Haddad ... 1975, even though Lebanon was a drug-producing country, it was one of the few ... persons. Of these, 58% took drugs for the first time between the ... Due to the legislative framework and taboos surrounding drug abuse in Lebanon, .

Last Words: Suicide, Language, and the Data of Despair - Cincinnati ...

www.cincinnatimagazine.com/features/last-words/

Jan 2, 2014 ... She has also written a book—Schizophrenia: Evolving from My ... or doctor or therapist make a decision: Is this person a suicide risk? ... “We took the real notes and the pseudo-notes and we said, 'We'll see if we can tell the difference.' ” ..... eliminate the stigmatization and taboo surrounding the illness...

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in lebanon - World Health Organization

www.who.int

A report of the assessment of the mental health system in Lebanon using the .... The country encompasses a great mix of cultural, religious, and .... and in mental hospitals schizophrenia and "other" diagnoses are most frequent. ... percentage for the non-physician-based clinics for primary health care is unidentifiable.

New documentary explores taboo subject of mental illness in Japan ...

www.japantoday.com

Mar 23, 2009 ... “More should be done to end the cultural stigma attached to mental illness,” he says. ... The stars of “Seishin” are the doctors and patients, and much of the film's power .... film and all, but what about someone with schizophrenia? .... Lebanon ( 16.9%) was heavily contaminated by French nuclear tests in the ....

Lebanon - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette

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Guide to Lebanon and Lebanese people, culture, society, language, business and social etiquette, manners, protocol and useful information.