LAMIC

AcronymDefinition
LAMICLow and Middle Income Countries
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Although primary mental health care community based in LAMIC has relevant references in the literature (35,40), there is a gap about this subject in Brazil.
The findings of these studies revealed that in rich as well as in LAMICs mental disorder simposed greater burden of disease, which was a shocking fact for many from the International Public Health field.
In many LAMIC contexts, traditional healers partially fill this gap and need to be engaged as important partners in providing some form of care for those with mental disorders.
"My advisement to grocers would be to continue to expand your natural business," says lamic Reynolds, national sales manager, gnx'ery for Shweat Scoop, manufactured by I vi 11 HI I jkt-s.
India's two prominent Is lamic helplines are discourag ing young callers, especially women, from creating profiles and posting pictures on popu lar social networking websites Facebook and Twitter on the ground that it is un-Islamic.
Reversal of experimental parkinsonism by lesions of the subtha lamic nucleus.
It is estimated that 25 [26] to 41.7 million people [27] are affected by schizophrenia in LAMIC; hence, the majority of persons affected live in such countries [28].