Athena Madan (CCC PhD, University of Toronto) looks at social and political forces in mental health. Her work has contributed to the areas of explanatory models of illness, global mental health, and peacebuilding/therapeutic governance in post-conflict and fragile states. She has field experience in 18 countries, and has taught and been educated in six.
Prevention and promotion
Treatment, care and rehabilitation
Training, education and capacity building
Regions of interest:
Maternal and neonatal health
Humanitarian and conflict health
Communicable diseases (e.g. HIV/AIDS, TB)
Disorders of interest:
Child behavioural and developmental disorders
Alcohol/drug use disorders
Dementia and other neurocognitive disorders
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