China-India Mental Health Alliance Series
China and India, which together contain 37% of the world’s population, are both undergoing rapid social change. Because mental disorders account for a high proportion of morbidity, detailed knowledge of the mental health status of the populations in these two countries and the evidence-base regarding the treatment of those disorders are of paramount concern. The China-India Mental Health Alliance comprises experts from both countries and elsewhere who have worked to produce a collection of systematic reviews based on extensive literature searches of both international and national databases. It is hoped that this series will encourage further collaboration between Chinese and Indian mental health research communities to address shared concerns.