Practical Approaches for Community-based Mental Health

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Practical Approaches for Community-based Mental Health


Practical Approaches for Community-based Mental Health |January 27, 2021 | In this webinar featuring mental health experts from the faith community, we discussed the powerful role of faith leaders and communities in influencing attitudes on mental health, reducing stigma, and the special role of faith in mental health, especially in the low- and middle-income country context. The discussion was moderated by Nathan Grills, MBBS, MPH, DPHIL, DPH, a Public Health Physician at the Nossal Institute for Global Health, University of Melbourne, and featured: Ted Lankester, MBBS, Co-Leader of the Arukah Network and Founder of Thrive Worldwide; Julian Eaton, MBBS, MSc, Mental Health Director for CBM Global Disability Inclusion and Assistant Professor at the Centre for Global Mental Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Joshua Abioseh Duncan, MPA, BA, B.Th Programs Manager for the Mental Health Coalition of Sierra Leone; and Prerana Singh, MPH, MSc, Training and Program Development Consultant with Emmanuel Hospital Association in Northern India.

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