Stigma socială și impactul ei asupra încadrării în muncă a bolnavilor cu afecțiuni psihice

Ioana MICLUŢIA, Veronica JUNJAN, Codruţa POPESCU


Mental illness represents an important component of the expenses in the public health system, due to increased direct and indirect costs. Current study investigates perception of stigma and discrimination associated to persons with mental illness, and differences in unemployment among inpatients in a mental health hospital in Cluj Napoca. Results indicate that unemployment rate among inpatients are three times higher than national unemployment rate at the time of the investigation (2001). Although current legislative framework provides the basis for developing social reinsertion programs for persons with mental illness in a context that supports a person-centered approach, there are only timid attempts to develop such programs.

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