Implementation strategies and levels

Possible outcomes of implementation

Individual consumer level

Chronic Care Model

Person-centered care

Community-oriented care

Satisfaction with care

Disparity in prevalence rates between women and men

Reduction of mental deprivation

Increased accessibility of care

Reduction of inactivity and stigma

Feelings of hope, dignity,

meaningfulness and worthiness

Healthcare system level

Individual healthcare professionals

Case management

Interpersonal and psycho-social interventions

Community care team

Capacity building


Clinical and community guidelines for healthcare professionals, especially psychiatric nurses

Safe quality care

Low threshold

“a single entry point”

Policy level

Reforms to improve mental health

User involvement

Financial aspects

The need for a strategy to reduce stigma by making mental health issues more visible in society.

Social inclusion