(From left, front row) Former patient Philip Wong; Samson Tse, professor and convenor of the Mental Health and Social Policy Group at HKU; Christian Oi Hip Fellowship adviser Stephen Leung; and chairman, Hong Kong Advocacy Network, Vincent Cheng blow bubbles at a press conference to symbolise the lifting of societal barriers for sufferers. Photo: Felix Wong

Reinstate flexible timings for outpatient mental health services so sufferers can balance work and treatment, Hong Kong support groups urge

  • Most of more than 439 patients polled express hope they will not have to make up excuses to leave work, and can practise discretion while recovering
  • Clinic accessibility on evenings and weekends also adds to less office stress and disruptions for patients
Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals

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(From left, front row) Former patient Philip Wong; Samson Tse, professor and convenor of the Mental Health and Social Policy Group at HKU; Christian Oi Hip Fellowship adviser Stephen Leung; and chairman, Hong Kong Advocacy Network, Vincent Cheng blow bubbles at a press conference to symbolise the lifting of societal barriers for sufferers. Photo: Felix Wong
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