MHIN Africa Podcasts
MHIN Africa podcasts explore key issues within the field of mental health in the African continent. These include summaries of events happening in various regions, new policy developments in Africa, service-user stories and experiences.
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#PRIMERPCLondon Podcast Series: PRIME South Africa
Prof Inge Petersen of UKZN chats to us about the work of the programme in SA.
#PRIMERPCLondon Podcast Series: PRIME Ethiopia
PRIME Ethiopia's PI, Dr Abebaw Fekadu, on the programme's impact in the Sodo district.
#PRIMERPCLondon Podcast Series: PRIME Uganda
Dr Fred Kigozi on PRIME Uganda's impact in Kamuli, a rural district in Eastern Uganda.
MANI Virtual Conference 2018 Podcast
Virtual summit on “Mental Health, Social Media and Technology."
Launch of Global Mental Health Peer Network (GMH-PN)
A chat with the GMH-PN founder telling us more about the network.
Seminar One: "Deadly Practices: Esidimeni and beyond" (Part 1)
Part1 of seminar one: Seminar series - Deadly Medicine Travelling Exhibition.
Seminar One: "Deadly Practices: Esidimeni and beyond" (Part 2)
Part2 of seminar one: Seminar series - Deadly Medicine Travelling Exhibition. (Q&A Session)
Seminar Two: Beyond the Right to Life
Seminar Two: Seminar series - Deadly Medicine Travelling Exhibition.
Raj Persaud in Conversation: Where there is no psychiatrist
Interview with Dr Charlotte Hanlon about care for people with severe MH disorders.
Strengthening mental health system governance in six LMICs
An interview with article co-author Shalini Ahuja collaborating on the Emerald Project.
The Mental Health Integration Toolkit
In celebration of the launch of International Medical Corps' Toolkit for MH Integration.
Development Matters - More Attention to #GMH
The relationship between poverty and mental health.
Nature Podcast: Special episode on Global Mental Health
Three experts discuss the evidence for interventions.
#WHD2017 Depression: Let's Talk Podcast
Celebrating #WHD2017, featuring key speakers from the Centre for Global MH.
Ethiopian mental health strategy
Poor can gain more healthy life years as compared to the rich
Suicide prevention and the 'safeTALK' review
A discussion of safeTALK and other suicide prevention programmes.
Global Mental Health: How are we doing?
A talk about key messages from the World Health Organization's Mental Health Atlas.
Enabling Shared Learning from the GMH Community
A discussion on lessons from the body of research generated by GCC grantees.
Partnerships to Strength Local Research Capacity Part 2
Experiences of building effective partnerships to strengthen local research capacity.
Supporting Families Facing Adversity
A discussion on the importance of family systems while delivering therapy.
Core issues in engaging traditional healers
Dr Oye Gureje, University of Ibadan, discusses engaging traditional healers.
The Friendship Bench Program
A presentation of the GCC-funded project currently underway in Zimbabwe.
Building an online community of practice for MHPSS
A discussion on building an online community of practice for mental health.
Vikram Patel, Wellness Warrior
Vikram Patel included in TIME magazine's annual list of 100 most influential people.
Communication Of Research
A presentation on how to communicate findings effectively to your audience.
Where there is no psychologist
Moving away from expert-delivered interventions toward self-guided interventions.
Successful policy engagement in the field: Fahmy Hanna
Fahmy Hanna shares his experiences of successful policy engagement in the MH field.
Successful policy engagement in the field: Jessica McQuail
Jessica McQua shares her experiences of successful policy engagement in the MH field.
Research priorities within women's mental health
Interview with leading researcher in women's MH, Prof Louise Howard.
Building better mental health systems after emergencies
A discussion on WHO's "Building Back Better: sustainable MH care after emergencies."
Characterising mental health: MHIN's engagement strategies
Jessica Mackenzie's summary and findings on the global mental health arena.
Globally democratizing health sciences education
Audio from our live webinar with Dr. Erica Frank, founder of NextGenU.org.
Do small amounts of alcohol damage health?
An LSHTM recording discussing the results of a study looking at alcohol consumption.
Health policy research in conflict-affected areas
A discussion of Dr Bayard Roberts' work, which focuses on the health determinants.