GMH Training

For more information see the “Training” section (pages 10-11) in the GMH article:
A Resource Primer for Exploring the Domain. The lists on this page are not complete.

  1. Training Programs and Courses

Doctoral Programs

 

Masters Programs

 

Courses

  • Note that there are individual courses taught as part of graduate studies programs: There are or have been specific GMH courses (GMH overviews) at Duke University (Dr. Brandon Kohrt), George Washington University (Dr. Eliot Sorel), Columbia University (Dr. Kathleen Pike), Fordham University (Dr. Andrew Rasmussen), and Johns Hopkins University (Dr. Judith Bass). Also note the ongoing special GMH seminars and additional courses as part of GMH programs at Columbia University, Yale University, University of Washington, University of Toronto, etc. and at schools of public health. There are a growing number of emphases in psychiatry programs on GMH that include options for training and experience. Psychology programs for the most part are not yet including these options.

Other Training Examples


GMH Week+ Geneva: Connecting-contributing via a strategic week of events/activities  (3-11 October 2013)
This is an example of some of the various activities done around World Mental Health Day (related to the Geneva area).

3-4 OctoberWebster University’s Psychology/Counselling Conference--Ties that Heal (existential, interpersonal, neurobiological pathways to healing)

3-4 October: Geneva colleagues will be joining with many others from around the world for the International Forum on Innovation in Mental Health, Lisbon (this is the first technical meeting of the Gulbenkian GMH Platform)

7 OctobermhGAP Forum (focusing on the implementation of the Comprehensive Mental Health Action Plan 2013-2020

8 OctoberWorking Consultation—Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Low Resource Countries (Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, NGO Forum for Health, USAID Victims of Torture Fund, WHO Collaborating Center on Mental Health of the University of Geneva—Department of Psychiatry) click here for flyer

 8 October: Knitting the Net (informal dinner event for developing GMH connections and sharing GMH reflections)

9 October: MHPSS in Emergencies: How Do the Existing Guidelines Help Practical Applications Across Sectors? (IASC event convened at the United Nations, focussing on the IASC 2007 MHPSS guidelines in emergency settings and subsequent materials for different users/settings)

10 OctoberHidden Pictures part of the worldwide film screening and World Mental Health Day (Webster University, co-organised with the NGO Forum for Health; click here for more information on the Webster University screening and the poster for the Webster University screening; note that the theme this year for WMHD is Mental Health and Older Adults; click here to see the list of previous WMHD themes since the first one in 1992)

11 0ctober: Breaking the Chains of People with Mental Illness in Indonesia (film screening at WHO) 

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