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The challenges of planetary mental health in the COVID‑19 era

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The challenges of planetary mental health in the COVID‑19 era. / Tsamakis, Konstantinos; Dimitrakakis, Georgios; Stefanadi, Ellie; Tsiptsios, Dimitrios; Dimitrakaki, Inetzi A.; Mueller, Christoph; Spandidos, Demetrios A.; Stefanadis, Christodoulos; Rizos, Emmanouil.

In: Experimental And Therapeutic Medicine, 24.06.2020.

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Harvard

Tsamakis, K, Dimitrakakis, G, Stefanadi, E, Tsiptsios, D, Dimitrakaki, IA, Mueller, C, Spandidos, DA, Stefanadis, C & Rizos, E 2020, 'The challenges of planetary mental health in the COVID‑19 era', Experimental And Therapeutic Medicine.

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Tsamakis, K., Dimitrakakis, G., Stefanadi, E., Tsiptsios, D., Dimitrakaki, I. A., Mueller, C., Spandidos, D. A., Stefanadis, C., & Rizos, E. (2020). The challenges of planetary mental health in the COVID‑19 era. Experimental And Therapeutic Medicine.

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Tsamakis K, Dimitrakakis G, Stefanadi E, Tsiptsios D, Dimitrakaki IA, Mueller C et al. The challenges of planetary mental health in the COVID‑19 era. Experimental And Therapeutic Medicine. 2020 Jun 24.

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Tsamakis, Konstantinos ; Dimitrakakis, Georgios ; Stefanadi, Ellie ; Tsiptsios, Dimitrios ; Dimitrakaki, Inetzi A. ; Mueller, Christoph ; Spandidos, Demetrios A. ; Stefanadis, Christodoulos ; Rizos, Emmanouil. / The challenges of planetary mental health in the COVID‑19 era. In: Experimental And Therapeutic Medicine. 2020.

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abstract = "As the focus of the COVID‑19 crisis is gradually taken away from emergency healthcare needs, increased attention is warranted on the psychological impact of the pandemic on a global level. Existing guidance on managing the COVID‑19 related distress needs to be better informed by upcoming larger‑scale research. Applying e‑Health can be useful in dealing with the immediate psychological needs, while developing strategies to identify vulnerable populations and shifting the provision of mental health and social care to community services need to be prioritised when looking at the future. Focusing on global mental health during this universal crisis is an opportunity for promoting a more compassionate and less discriminating society.",
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T1 - The challenges of planetary mental health in the COVID‑19 era

AU - Tsamakis, Konstantinos

AU - Dimitrakakis, Georgios

AU - Stefanadi, Ellie

AU - Tsiptsios, Dimitrios

AU - Dimitrakaki, Inetzi A.

AU - Mueller, Christoph

AU - Spandidos, Demetrios A.

AU - Stefanadis, Christodoulos

AU - Rizos, Emmanouil

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JO - Experimental And Therapeutic Medicine

JF - Experimental And Therapeutic Medicine

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