Global Health Lecture Series: Global Mental Health
As part of the Global Health Lecture Series, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is presenting its second webinar on "Global Mental Health" on October 19th.
Over the past two decades, global mental health researchers have been working to develop a robust body of evidence to garner the political will and resources required to “scale up” mental health care for underserved populations around the world. We now have evidence of the relationship between mental health and the physical and economic health of nations. We have evidence of tremendous inequities in access to high-quality, affordable mental health care. And we have identified potentially cost-saving solutions to the so-called “treatment gap”. But where will we be two decades from now?
In this talk, Grace Ryan (LSHTM) will share perspectives of an early career researcher on next steps for global mental health.
About the Global Health Lecture Series:
The Global Health Lecture Series is where leading experts from the School present up-to-date summaries and debates about a range of global health issues. Each lecture is 45-60 minutes, followed by Q&A. They are open to all students as well as anyone interested in learning more about global health.
To register for the webinar, please click here.