Early psychosis declaration for Asia by the Asian Network of Early Psychosis

Gloria H.Y. Wong, Suk Kyoon An, Sherry Kit Wah Chan, Wing Chung Chang, Eric Yu Hai Chen, Siow Ann Chong, Young Chul Chung, Christy Lai Ming Hui, Hai Gwo Hwu, I. Irmansyah, Nakao Iwata, Joon Hwan Jang, Jun Soo Kwon, Jimmy Chee Keong Lee, Edwin Ho Ming Lee, Helen May Eng Lee, Tao Li, Zhening Liu, Xiaohong Ma, Ramamurti MangalaCarla Marchira, Kazunori Matsumoto, Masafumi Mizuno, Shinji Shimodera, M. A. Subandi, Michio Suzuki, Sarah Ann Tay, Rangasamy Thara, Swapna Kamal Verma

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In line with the Early Psychosis Declaration issued by the World Health Organization and the International Early Psychosis Association, as well as the International Clinical Practice Guidelines for early psychosis by the latter in 2005, increasing interest in early intervention programmes is evident throughout Asia. Experience sharing and close collaboration that take into account the unique Asian context are needed to facilitate development of early psychosis services, education, and research in the region. The Asian Network of Early Psychosis has defined a set of Asian-specific principles to guide best practice in mental health care delivery for psychotic disorders in Asia. These principles are outlined in this paper.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)90-93
Number of pages4
JournalEast Asian Archives of Psychiatry
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2012 Sept
Externally publishedYes


  • Asia
  • Culture
  • Early intervention
  • Psychotic disorders

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Psychiatry and Mental health


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