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Mental Health Reform in Brazil: Academic Symposia

Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Category
Conference/Seminar
When
25/01/2016 (10:00-16:00)
Contact
brazil-institute@kcl.ac.uk
Registration URL
https://goo.gl/pjLLxT
Description

Open to all, this event, part of King's Brazil Week, will explore mental health reform in Brazil from a variety of academic perspectives, including seminars delivered by David Treece, Ilana Gorban, and Felipe Botelho. 

Schedule:

10:00- coffee reception – welcome by Brazil Institute & SPLAS 

10:30 –12:00 –  David  Treece: “Banzo, mania, trauma – a brief panorama of mental illness in Brazilian history and literature” and Sara Evans-Lacko - "What can we learn from Brazil to develop innovative mental health systems in a changing global context"

12:00-13:00- Lunch

14:00- 15:30- Ilana Gorban - "Theatre and Mental Health",  and Raluca Soreanu - "Social Clinics and the Social Creativities of Psychoanalysis: A Vignette from Rio de Janeiro".

15:30- 16:00-coffee and round table discussion

Council Room, King’s Building | 10.00 - 16.00
This event is free to attend but registration is required.  Click here to register via eventbrite.

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Date
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Location
K2.40 King's Building Strand campus
Description
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