WHO-AIMS

AcronymDefinition
WHO-AIMSWorld Health Organization Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems
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According to WHO-AIMS, "density of psychiatrists in and around the largest city (Muscat) is 2.42 times greater than the density of psychiatrists in the entire country".
(6.) World Health Organization--Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems (WHO-AIMS).
An overview of Uganda's mental health care system: Results from an assessment using the World Health Organization's assessment for mental health systems (WHO-AIMS).
No new WHO-AIMS report has been prepared for Bahrain since 2010.
We have also found that in relation to our research objectives, the WHO-AIMS does not adequately deal with the issue of the purchase of healthcare services.
Report of the Assessment of the Mental Health System in the Caribbean Region (16 Countries and Territories) using the WHO-AIMS Instrument for Mental Health Systems (WHO-AIMS).
En el 2007 Brasil aplico el instrumento conocido como IESM-OMS, por su sigla en castellano y WHO-AIMS, en ingles, para evaluar el estado de su sistema de salud mental en el pais (1).
Para recopilar la informacion en los paises se utilizo el Instrumento de Evaluacion para Sistemas de Salud Mental de la Organizacion Mundial de la Salud (WHO-AIMS, por su sigla en ingles).
Mental health systems in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Nicaragua: results of a WHO-AIMS evaluation
The World Health Organization Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems (WHO-AIMS) was used to collect data from the nations.
A brief review is presented based on reports of some of those currently working in the Caribbean (Dudley-Grant, 2001; Ward & Hickling, 2004; WHO-aims report on mental health systems in the Caribbean region, 2011).
A recent study of 16 countries of the Caribbean, primarily but not exclusively part of the British Commonwealth, was conducted using the assessment instrument developed by WHO (WHO-aims report on mental health systems in the Caribbean region, 2011).