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2016, vol. 48, br. 2, str. 155-160
Austerity, economic crisis, and their persistent effects on mental health in Greece
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aDepartment of Psychological Medicine, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK
bMedical Faculty, University of Thessaly, Greece
cDepartment of Child Psychiatry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

e-adresanikoschristodoulou@gmail.com
Ključne reči: Economic crisis; mental health systems; austerity; Greece; refugees; mental health; inequality; unemployment
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Since its beginning in 2008, the on-going global economic crisis has left many countries struggling with a disaster. Greece is probably the worst affected country, having lost close to a third of its economic productivity, and being still under the imposition of harsh austerity measures. Individual mental health has suffered, as suicide, depression and anxiety, among others, substantially rose during the crisis. Despite efforts to protect mental health systems, they were severely and persistently affected, and evidence suggests that eventually they started failing to meet the health needs of the population. In this narrative review we sought to explore the reasons for this persistent detrimental effect. We identified several evidence based examples of resonating factors that could help explain why the effects of the crisis are so persistent. We suggest that mental health systems need additional support and investment to overcome the resonating effects of the crisis and to meet the population’s mental health needs We also suggest that such resonating effects should be taken into account for contingency planning and the prevention of future crises.
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