Mainstreaming Global Mental Health
A Praxis Nexus Approach (June 2019 – November 2021)
Our ambition is to trigger a step-change in how the research community thinks about where, how and by whom mental health in low and middle income countries can be impacted to benefit people experiencing poor mental health. Specifically, we believe there is untapped potential for global researchers to impact mental health whilst delivering their core (non-mental health) project aims, and that this can be done without significant resource implications.
- Complete a scoping review of (i) material practices and (ii) implicit and explicit mental health activities in non-mental health focused GCRF projects funded to date;
- Complete a report outlining the basis for a Global Mental Health Impact Framework around collaborative material practices;
- Develop and strengthen equitable international academic, policy and practitioner partnerships and build capacity in LMIC and the UK;
- Use this work to assist in developing the agenda and programmes of on-going work.
Quality of Chilean Schools
Research Council / Project Category: ESRC / Fellowship
GCRF Strategic Challenge Portfolio: Education
World Region: AmericasFind out more
Indonesian Craft Economy
Research Council / Project Category: AHRC / Research Grant
GCRF Strategic Challenge Portfolio: Cities and Sustainable Infrastructure
World Region: SE AsiaFind out more
Sub-Saharan Africa Climate Risks
Research Council / Project Category: NERC / Research Grant
GCRF Strategic Challenge Portfolio: Environmental Shocks and Change
World Region: AfricaFind out more
Project Administrator Louise Walton being thanked by Principle Investigator Professor Anna Madill.
Project workshop day, 26th November 2021, Leeds UK. Presentation by Professor Anna Madill, Univeresity of Leeds.
Project workshop day, 26th November 2021, Leeds UK.
Project workshop day, 26th November 2021, Leeds UK. Drs Srutimala and Raginie Duara, Principal Investigator Anna Madill, Project Administrator Louise Walton.
Project workshop day, 26th November 2021, Leeds UK. Una Higgins, Dr Sangeeta Goswami, Mr and Dr Duara, Louise Walton (Project Administrator), Jacky Hunt ()Business Manager).
Project workshop day, 26th November 2021, Leeds UK. Presentation by Dr Adrian Evans, University of Bradford, UK.
Project workshop day, 26th November 2021, Leeds UK. Presentation by Professor Anna Madill, University of Leeds.
Free online event was held on 15th November, 2021.
Changing the Story Festival: Consolidating Learning Projects event 14th June 2021.
Global Challenges Research Fund Clusters description.
14th Annual Psychology Day at the United Nations, 15th April 2021.
Richard Arbeiter, Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations.
ESRC Centre for Society & Mental Health, Mental health in six British cohorts: Recent findings and future direction, webinar June 2021. View the Catalogue of Mental Health Measures here. For more information about the Centre for Longitudinal Studies, you can visit their website here. You can watch a recording of the webinar here.
Center for Public Mental Health (CPMH) Fakultas Psikologi UGM proudly presents ONLINE SUMMER LECTURE SERIES 2021: Predicting the long-term effects of Covid-19 pandemic: recommendation to strengthen mental health system. More information here.
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