Developing Mental Health Services in Low Resource Countries

This 90 minute, interactive webinar features Dr. Paul Bolton, an Associate Scientist with the Departments of International Health and Mental Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Paul discussed a) his collaborative work in developing mental health services in low resource countries, focusing on evidence-based practice) with some applications to the WHO Mental Health Action Plan 2013-2020 and sustainable development; and b) some of his personal experiences and suggestions for working in global mental health. The webinar is moderated by Dr. Kelly and Dr. Michèle O’Donnell. Organized by Member Care Associates (GMH-Map project) and supported by USAID Victims of Torture Fund. 

The webinar can be viewed here:

Check out the Member Care Associates - GMH Map profile page for more information on the project's objectives, activities and available resources.

The next webinar in the series will be on Friday December 12, 12 pm - 1pm (EST). Dr Richard Mollica from the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma will reflect on the past, present and the future of global mental health. Register for free by sending your name and affiliation to

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