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A mental health evaluation app by the Department of Mental Health, and collaborators, has been developed to identify the early signs of depression. The app can be downloaded to your smartphone as part of the Mor Prom application. In Thailand, more than 1.5 million people suffer from depression, with over 4,000 cases of suicide every year. Another 53,000 people have tried to take their own lives. The dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Chulalongkorn University, Dr. Chanchai Sittipunt, is encouraged by the app. He says the application should shorten the amount of time required for a preliminary screening, can […]

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The best thing for getting rid of depression would be for Prayut and his whole catastrophic government to disappear in a puff of smoke.

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A step in the right direction, clearly.

I hope that people are able to access MH services quickly after using the app.

Unfortunately, some Thai people view those who have MH issues as 'mad'.

Education, is of course needed, 



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