SASOPSouth African Society of Psychiatrists
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The final component of the irony of this question being asked of this doctor was that it was in fact posed by the national minister of health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi himself, who also appointed her on departmental task teams to remove the LE patients from NGOs, but apparently was not aware of either this colleague's particular personal track record, or of SASOP's collective involvement in the whole LE saga since its beginning.
Contributions from the South African Society of Psychiatrists (SASOP) to the National Mental Health Action Plan.
[3] SASOP commended this policy document at the time, and has commented in detail on its different components.[TM] While the GDoH, with the decision to terminate its contract with Life Esidimeni, has allowed all the principles of these commitments to be ignored, there are renewed calls to provinces to ensure the actual implementation of this policy in Gauteng and elsewhere and to urgently translate it into practical action plans, with enabling budgets to fund the required facilities and staffing.
As the relationship with the publisher had become untenable, the SASOP Board of Directors then decided to contract with another.
As indicated by the mentioned SASOP guidelines, possible activities in this regard may include more structured communication between representatives of psychiatrists and religious or spiritual advisors, exploring referral arrangements in a geographical catchment area context at facility or district level, and establishing forums for mental health education.
They were invited to participate by e-mail requests that had been sent to all members and associates listed in the SASOP database during 2012.
Dialogue between the organised profession of psychiatry, for example SASOP, and representative bodies of organised spiritual/ religious workers may be a starting point:
To the Editor: In August 2013, the South African (SA) Society of Psychiatrists (SASOP) published their treatment guidelines for psychiatric disorders.[1] commend the authors and editors for completing such a huge undertaking.
An overview of the State Employed Special Interest Group (SESIG) of the South African Society of Psychiatrists (SASOP) from 2000-2012.
This paper describes events that have contributed to the recent drafting of a national Mental Health Action Plan (MHAP), as well as the South African Society of Psychiatrists (SASOP's) recent engagements with the MHAP.
The South African Society of Psychiatrists (SASOP) is gearing up to shape mental health services in the country like never before.