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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-735127


Mental health is key to public health, as building and developing a mental health service system is legally required in the Mental Health Law of China. The authors probed deep, by means of questionnaire, field survey and group interview, into the characteristics and setbacks of the resources available, organizational framework and operations of the system in China. As found in the study, given a framework in place, this system is plagued by insufficient human resources, weak infrastructure, unreasonable input and compensation mechanism, as well as poor management at community level. These problems are common nationwide. On this basis and with reference to experiences of developed countries, policy proposals are raised in terms of integrated system building, capacity building and assurance mechanism, for framework building and supportive policies of other cities in China.

Chinese Journal of Lung Cancer ; (12): 409-412, 2006.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-339372


<p><b>BACKGROUND</b>FUS2 gene locating at 3p21.3 is considered a promising candidate tumor suppressor gene. The aim of this study is to examine the difference in FUS2-767A/T polymorphism site between lung cancer patients and normal controls in Chinese population.</p><p><b>METHODS</b>The genotype FUS2-767A/T was detected in 146 lung cancer patients and 113 normal controls by PCR-SSCP method. The relationship between lung cancer risk and difference in genotypes of FUS2 gene was analysed.</p><p><b>RESULTS</b>FUS2-767A/T was significantly related to histological type (P=0.044), age of the patients with lung cancer (P=0.011) and vessel cancer embolus (P=0.031) in lung cancer group. There was no significant difference in distribution of FUS2 genotypes between lung cancer patients and normal controls (P=0.945).</p><p><b>CONCLUSIONS</b>The results suggest that the FUS2-767A/T polymorphism may be a susceptibility factor for lung cancer among Chinese population.</p>

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-678396


Objective:To quantitively assess the mental status of patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome(SARS) for correct diagnosis of those have serious mental crisis,providing scientific basis for the psychological intervention. Methods:The mental status in 46 SARS patients were analyzed with the Mental Status Scale in Non psychiatric Settings(MSSNS, by Department of Psychology, Second Military Medical University )and compared with that of the common pneumonia patients and the norm of common inpatients. Results:The scores of SARS patients and those of the other pneumonia patients and the norm of common inpatients had no significant difference. The psychological reactions of SARS patients were related significantly with the patient's age, marital status, occupation and the duration of fever. Conclusion:The psychological reactions of SARS patients were accordant with those of the common patients. The results indicated that the patient's personality, such as the emotional stability, was the essential impact factor on the patient's mental status. The level of negative emotional reactions in SARS patients are influenced by whether the patients are young, single, lack of medical knowledge and fever duration. So the effective psychological intervention to the SARS patients should be based on the scientific assessment and influencing factors analysis.