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不只是健康照護:全民心理健康及其政策意涵【本期企劃】   免費試閱

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More Than Healthcare: Mental Health for all and Its Policy Implications

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中文摘要

本文從「沒有心理健康,就沒有健康」與「心理健康即人權」兩大前提出發,採用檔案分析法,梳理WHO全面心理健康行動計畫之發展歷程。其承襲自90年代全球心理健康運動,歷經「同中存異、多元於一」等論爭,受到千禧年發展目標的漠視卻仍在永續發展目標中占有一席之地,再因COVID-19疫情而備受重視。惟實踐上,各國仍欠缺政治意志與政策預算,且大多集中於精神疾病與障礙防治上;這點與臺灣狀況類似。透過國內外的對照,本文欲促進國內更多關於心理健康人權之討論。

英文摘要

Grounded in the two principles of “no health without mental health” and “mental health as a human right” and drawing on an analysis of all relevant documents, this paper identifies the trajectory in which the WHO’s Comprehensive Mental Health Action Plan has developed. The Action Plan has emerged from an academic social movement for global mental health since the 1990s and experienced the debate over conceptualising mental health regarding its “heterogeneity in one” and “unity in diversity”. Mental health was once overlooked by the Millennium Development Goals agenda and yet has come to occupy an important space on the one for Sustainable Development Goals, which resulted in extending the Action Plan from 2020 to 2030. The COVID-19 pandemic has further invited international attention to the negative impact of public health emergencies on mental health. With that said, the reality is that, similarly in Taiwan, not only do most states lack political and financial commitment, but most of the resources also focus on the prevention and control of mental disorders and disabilities. Therefore, through introducing such a global policy, this paper aims to provoke more discussion on the right to mental health in Taiwan.

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044-063

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10.53106/241553062021110061004  複製DOI  DOI查詢

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