Courtney Welton-Mitchell

Job role: 
Researcher
Member type: 
Researcher
Brief Biography: 

Courtney Welton-Mitchell is the director of the Humanitarian Assistance Applied Research Group through the Josef Korbel School of International Studies (JKSIS) at the University of Denver. She is also a Research Associate with the Institute of Behavioral Science's Environment and Society program, Natural Hazards Center, at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her research focuses on global mental health and gender based violence in humanitarian settings. She has worked in Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Malaysia, Egypt, Tanzania, Lebanon, Haiti and elsewhere. 

Regions of interest: 
Middle East
Asia
Population: 
Humanitarian and conflict health
Country: 
United States of America

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Mental Health Integrated Disaster Preparedness (MHIDP) in Nepal and Haiti

An integrated disaster preparedness model incorporating preparedness and mental health in a combined community-based intervention.
Region: 
North America
Asia
Population: 
Adults
Humanitarian and conflict health
Disorder: 
Depression/anxiety/stress-related disorders