The Road to Global Mental Health Conference, which marks the 10-year anniversary of the Centre for Global Mental Health, will focus on research projects, education engagements and overall achievements from 2009 to 2019, as well as reflect on the future of global mental health.
The Conference will bring together leading researchers and academics in the field, particularly in relation to low- and middle-income countries, and it will provide an opportunity for early-career researchers and academics to showcase their work.
Welcome, Prof ‘Funmi Olosinakin (King’s Vice-Principal International)
The journey of global mental health, Prof Vikram Patel and Prof Martin Prince
10 years of Centre for Global Mental Health, Prof Ricardo Araya (co-Director CGMH, King's)
Evidence for reducing stigma and discrimination in low- and middle-income countries, Prof Sir Graham Thornicroft
Child and adolescent mental health, Prof Andrea Danese
Capacity building, Dr Ritsuko Kakuma (co-Director CGMH, LSHTM)
Looking back and looking forward: successes and ongoing challenges in integrating mental health into primary care in low resource settings, Prof Crick Lund and Dr Charlotte Hanlon
Lightning talks by early career researchers, Facilitated by Prof Sarah Byford
Ageing & mental health: an epidemiological insight into older populations, Dr Matthew Prina
Mental health and the global goal to end AIDS by 2030, Prof Melanie Abas
Psychoses: A Global Perspective, Prof Craig Morgan (Head of Department, HSPR)
Roundtable: Past, present & future: Moderated by Dr Mary de Silva (Wellcome Trust)