An analysis of an international rotation in Bangalore, India where an American medical student was able to compare and contrast attitudes towards psychiatry and mental illness. Many third world countries boast cure rates comparable or better than the U.S. for schizophrenia and other psychiatric diseases, and it remains unclear why this would be. One possible reason of why this trend is occur-ring is provided.
Lohitsa, A. (2011). Attitudes in Psychiatry in Bangalore, India. Quill & Scope, 4 (1). Retrieved from https://touroscholar.touro.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1119&context=quill_and_scope