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#WorldHumanitarianDay 2017: Resource Round-Up showing #MHPSSMatters!

For this year's World Humanitarian Day 2017 we have rounded up our #MHPSSMatters content - Enjoy!
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Violence against children in humanitarian settings – moving from theory to understanding

This blog commemorates World Humanitarian Day 2017 and discusses violence against children in humanitarian settings and calls on future research in this area.
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Promoting mental health in the world’s poorest places – CBM UK and BasicNeeds UK to join forces!

We're thrilled to announce that CBM and BasicNeeds have joined forces to demonstrate the important role that the civil society sector can play in promoting access to good quality services, and realisation of human rights for person with psychosocial disabilities.
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MHIN at the WHO: Substance use disorders and how they matter to GMH (Pt 2)

This 26-28 June, MHIN was privileged to attend the first ever WHO Forum on alcohol, drugs, and addictive behaviours. Doris Payer gives her impressions and a tonne of relevant resources.
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MHIN at the WHO: Drugs, brains, and how they matter to GMH

This 26-28 June, MHIN was privileged to attend the first ever WHO Forum on alcohol, drugs, and addictive behaviours. Doris Payer gives her impressions and a tonne of relevant resources.
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Get PsyndUp

Nigeria: PsyndUp allows you the opportunity to gain access to mental health professionals and book sessions with them from the comfort of your home.
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#studyGMH: Capacity building: Preparing newcomers for the Global Mental Health field

Global Mental Health MSc student Gloria Pedersen gives her impressions of the King's Health Partners Global Mental Health and Psychosocial Support conference, held 5-6 Jun 2017.
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#studyGMH: Mutual learning and 'reverse innovation': learning that flows both ways

Global Mental Health MSc student Jianan Bao gives her impressions of the King's Health Partners Global Mental Health and Psychosocial Support conference, held 5-6 Jun 2017.
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Looking back on World Health Day 2017: Healthcare Information for All Conference

Didier Demassosso looks back on World Health Day 2017: Healthcare Information for All Conference
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Providing Psychosocial Support to Refugees in Sri Lanka: Notes from the Field

As part of the #MHPSSMatters campaign – a collaboration between MHIN and MHPSS.net marking Refugee Week 2017 – we are privileged to share some insights from the field by Ashviny Jeyamohan.
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The Migrant Diaries – Mexico 2017 (pt. 2)

As part of the #MHPSSMatters campaign – a collaboration between MHIN and MHPSS.net marking Refugee Week 2017 – we are privileged to share some insights from the field by Lynne Jones
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The Migrant Diaries - Mexico 2017

As part of the #MHPSSMatters campaign – a collaboration between MHIN and MHPSS.net marking Refugee Week 2017 – we are privileged to share some insights from the field by Lynne Jones.
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#MHPSSMatters for #OurSharedFuture

Grace Ryan discusses how MHPSS.Net and MHIN are working together to promote World Refugee Day (20 June) and the United Kingdom’s Refugee Week (19-25 June), and why we think #MHPSSMatters for #OurSharedFuture.
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Mental health in the media

The Humanology Project's Neha Kinariwalla discusses mental health in the media, and how this portrayal can lead to harmful effects for patients.
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Five on Friday: Molly, my alma mater and ending the war on drugs

The Columbia University Global Mental Health Program's Dr Kathleen Pike muses on the war on drugs and global efforts to advance a public health approach to drug use and addiction.
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Mental health, stigma, and Neglected Tropical Diseases

CBM/MHIN's Julian Eaton explains the connection between NTDs, stigma, and mental health, and offers a range of options for evidence-based strategies to address these issues.
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It's OK to Talk: India's first youth-only mental health campaign launched

On the occasion of WHO World Health Day on 7th April, Public Health Foundation of India launched #ItsOkBaatKaro (It's Ok To Talk), India's first youth-only mental health campaign.
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Using short films to create awareness and promote help seeking

Members of the Parivartan Trust introduce two short films they produced for World Health Day 2017 around common mental disorders in India.
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[#WHD2017 Blog Series] Inspiring Innovations: SAFE

As part of our blog series in celebration of 2017 World Health Day on depression, Abhijit Nadkarni and Urvita Bhatia talk about the ideas behind their innovation: Supporting Addiction Affected Families Effectively (SAFE).
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[#WHD2017 Blog Series] Inspiring Innovations: MHPSS in the Middle East

As part of our blog series celebrating 2017 World Health Day on depression, the International Medical Corps teams in Turkey and Iraq present their MHPSS services in the Middle East.

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