This is a great opportunity for mental health researchers interested in global mental health issues to get together and share research.
The 5th annual conference run by the CeDAR team and University of Glasgow will happen on Friday 21 June in Glasgow. It’s topic for this year will be ‘Mental Health Interventions, Increasing Accessibility Across the Globe’.
Presentations/agenda on the day will be:
Dr Gauri Divan – Keynote – Director of the Child Development Group, Sangath, India- Innovating for Autism in India
Dr Pattie Gonsalves – Project Director, Mental Health Research, Sangath, India – Innovations for adolescent and youth mental health: Case studies from India
Lea Milligan– CEO MQ Mental Health – Experts by Experience Debate
Professor Helen Minnis – Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, and Dr Ruchika Gajwani – Senior Research Fellow in Clinical Psychology, both University of Glasgow – Scaling up mental health support through building partnerships
Dr Ethel Nakimuli-Mpungu – Keynote – Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Makerere University Kampala, Uganda – Together We Heal: Unravelling the mechanisms of group support psychotherapy
This will be a one day conference and costs £90 (£70 for students).
For more information, including contact information, see their website here
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