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Catching up on MHIN Africa’s successful launch webinar

Asanda Mcoyana shares the highlights of the webinar to mark the launch of MHIN Africa, and outlines how you can get involved and help shape the future of African mental health care.
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WHO ATLAS-SU 2010: Global report on substance use disorders

World Health Organization first report on resources currently in use to better prevent and treat alcohol and illicit drug use disorders.
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Evaluation
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Policy and legislation
Human rights
Advocacy
Prevention and promotion
Detection and diagnosis
Treatment, care and rehabilitation
Training, education and capacity building
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Three exciting launch events lined up for MHIN Africa

MHIN Africa reveal their upcoming launch activities.
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#GMHTopFive: Twitter accounts to follow for #globalmentalhealth updates

Five Twitter accounts to follow for #globalmentalhealth updates
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Depression in pregnancy increases risk of mental health problems in children

Depression in pregnancy increases the risk of behavioural and emotional problems in children, says a new review published in The Lancet Psychiatry.
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Research Gaps in Perinatal Mental Health: U.S. Racial & Ethnic Disparities and Neglected Global Populations

Research gaps in US perinatal mental health blog from the Maternal Health Task Force
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Happy 2nd Birthday mhinnovation.net! Top 10 proudest moments

To mark our 2-year anniversary, we’re looking back at our top 10 our proudest moments.
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Engaging young people in your mental health program - International Youth Day webinar

Michael Prosserman and Heather Gilberds discuss how they address youth mental health through their UNITY and Farm Radio programs.
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Empowerment and service user involvement
Technology
Training, education and capacity building
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All disorders
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Addressing a silent disparity – for the price of two cups of coffee

On the first World Maternal Mental Health Day, the Thinking Healthy programme addresses perinatal depression for US$10 per woman per year
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What do we get back by investing in mental health?

Summary of results from recent Lancet Psychiatry paper Scaling-up treatment of depression and anxiety: a global return on investment analysis
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