Mental Health

These are the countries that have the greatest trust in their health services

A third of people are optimistic their country’s healthcare will improve. Image: Unsplash/Martha Dominguez de Gouveia

Victoria Masterson

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Trust in healthcare has grown from 41% to 50% since 2018. Image: Ipsos Global Health Service Monitor 2020.
Mental health is ranked as a top health problem by 27% of respondents Image: Ipsos Global Health Service Monitor 2020

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