Enabling Shared Learning from the GMH Community

Recorded at the Grand Challenges Canada and National Institute of Mental Health Community Meeting in Toronto (June 2015), Mary De Silva, Shamaila Usmani and Georgia Lockwood-Estrin discuss lessons from the body of research generated by Grand Challenges Canada grantees on the most promising approaches for solving specific global mental health challenges.Through the session, discussions were fostered on how the community can work together as a consortium of researchers to not only demonstrate combined impact through the core metrics initiative, but to also learn deeper lessons about what works, for whom, and why. 

MHIN recommends to view the Prezi presentation while listening to the podcast: Enabling Shared Learning from the GMH Community

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