April 29-30 Symposium

April 29-30 Symposium

Using the edited volume Global Mental Health: Anthropological Perspectives as a point of departure, this symposium will discuss the current state and future directions of global mental health. The symposium aims to: (1) critically assess the current scope of the field of global mental health, (2) consider the benefits and challenges of incorporating anthropological methods and theory into global mental health work, and (3) explore how anthropology can contribute to advancing the field of global mental health in the future. A key question throughout the symposium will be: how can we more systematically and effectively incorporate anthropological theory and methods into global mental health and health systems research? More information will be forthcoming; to stay tuned, click “JOIN.”

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