Discovery versus implementation research on mental disorders in low- and middle-income countries. Editorial
Stein, Dan J.
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The 10/90 research gap refers to the fact that only 10% of the world’s research resources are spent in lowand middle-income countries (LMICs) although 90% of preventable deaths occur in these regions: similar disparities also exist in mental health research (1). A number of efforts have been made to address the mental health research gap, including establishment of priorities and funding for global mental health research (2).
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