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October 2018

GMH@Harvard Showcase & Film Screening Event

Tuesday, October 10 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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The GlobalMentalHealth@Harvard Initiative is excited to invite students, faculty, organizations, programs, and departments to share their work on global mental health in Boston, the US or abroad at our showcase event during Harvard Worldwide Week! Our goal is to encourage new collaborations across the university; introduce students and trainees to the diverse global mental health work at Harvard; and showcase the incredible interdisciplinary work being done throughout our community. We have a range of participants presenting from non-profit organizations and…

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September 2020

GMH@Harvard Webinar: Rapid Implementation of Telepsychiatry in a Safety-Net Health System During Covid-19 Using Lean (this event has passed)

Thursday, September 09 2020 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
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  Register here for zoom link! As the coronavirus pandemic progressed toward a critical surge in Massachusetts, leaders of the department of Psychiatry at Cambridge Health Alliance recognized the urgency of continuing to care for patients remotely. Deploying Lean methodology, the department rapidly transformed all outpatient non-urgent mental health appointments to telemedicine within a span of five days. The system redesign process incorporated a customer-centric approach and continuous improvement through monitoring of operational data. Outcomes included a reduction of no-shows,…

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GMH@Harvard Feature Event: World Alzheimer’s Day Screening & Discussion with MOTHER filmmaker (this event has passed)

Monday, September 09 2020 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
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Screening from 9-10:20am Discussion & Q&A from 10:20am-11am Join for all or part of the event! Join GMH@Harvard as we honor World Alzheimer's Day on September 21st with a screening and discussion of the documentary MOTHER! Click here to register. MOTHER In a small village in Thailand, Pomm takes care of Europeans with dementia. Separated from her children, she helps Elisabeth during the final stages of her life, as a new patient arrives from Switzerland.   MOTHER is a moving observation…

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GMH@Harvard: “How Did I Get Here?” Career Paths in Mental Health Series – Clinical focus (this event has passed)

Thursday, September 09 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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The purpose of the panel webinar series is to highlight and learn from the career paths of individuals who have been successful in diverse aspects of global mental health work. These seminars will seek to connect students and interested individuals to professionals in the field by understanding their career paths and how their passion and experiences led them to pursue a career in global mental health. It also serves to encourage individuals to find their own path in the global mental health community.

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GMH@Harvard:  Narratives of parentification from urban India: Lived experiences of childhood abuse and neglect, long term consequences and the way forward (this event has passed)

Wednesday, September 09 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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A Mental Health Study Group organized event - Contact GMH@Harvard Ambassador Board Member Yuri Sugimoto for more information Presenter: Nivida Chandra is a doctoral research scholar at IIT Delhi. She studies the lived experience and long-term impact of emotional neglect of children in India, particularly parentification. She is also the founder-editor of TheShrinkingCouch.com, which hosts a collection of informational and experiential articles for those affected by mental health concerns.

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October 2020

World Mental Health Day: Global Mental Health Fest ’20 (this event has passed)

Friday, October 10 2020 - Sunday, October 10 2020
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To celebrate the World Mental Health Day 2020, the World Federation for Mental Health In Association With GlobalMentalHealth@Harvard brings to you the Global Mental Health Fest'20, a 3-Day Virtual Festival featuring eminent speakers and artists from different countries.

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GMH@Harvard: “How Did I Get Here?” Career Paths in Global Mental Health Series – Research focus

Thursday, October 10 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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The purpose of the panel webinar series is to highlight and learn from the career paths of individuals who have been successful in diverse aspects of global mental health work. These seminars will seek to connect students and interested individuals to professionals in the field by understanding their career paths and how their passion and experiences led them to pursue a career in global mental health. It also serves to encourage individuals to find their own path in the global mental health community.

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November 2020

GMH@Harvard: “How Did I Get Here?” Career Paths in Mental Health Series

Wednesday, November 11 2020 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
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The purpose of the panel webinar series is to highlight and learn from the career paths of individuals who have been successful in diverse aspects of global mental health work. These seminars will seek to connect students and interested individuals to professionals in the field by understanding their career paths and how their passion and experiences led them to pursue a career in global mental health.

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GMH@Harvard Research Seminar – Shamiri: Supporting Youth Mental Health in Kenya via Scalable Low-Stigma Intervention

Friday, November 11 2020 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
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Click here to register and receive the zoom link!  Abstract Depression and anxiety make up an estimated 45% of the global burden of disease for young people, and both are associated with many negative life outcomes. This burden falls disproportionately on low-income countries, such as Kenya, where a high percentage of youths report clinically elevated symptoms of depression or anxiety. However, these young people rarely receive treatment due to a dearth of mental health providers, elevated stigma related to mental…

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February 2021

Department of Global Health and Population Thursday Brown Bag Series (this event has passed)

February 11 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Join us on February 11th at 1PM ET for our weekly Thursday Brown Bag Series which features an informal talk and Q&A session. Topic: Promoting Access to HIV Services among Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) in Malawi Speaker: Cynthia Mambo, MA Cynthia is currently a Visiting Scientist within the Department of Global Health and Population at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She is also a Harvard LEAD Fellow. Additionally, she is the Deputy PEPFAR Coordinator at…

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April 2021

Protection and Mental Health Assistance for Communities Affected by COVID-19 in Peru (this event has passed)

April 1 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Carmen is a Visiting Scientist at the Department of Global Health and Population. She is also a Harvard LEAD Fellow at the Harvard Global Health Institute. Currently, Carmen serves as the Director of Mental Health at Socios En Salud (Partners In Health) in Peru where she coordinates diverse research projects on the understanding and improvement of tuberculosis (TB) affected populations, community health, and mental health. She has over 25 years of experience as a public health professional. This event is…

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May 2021

Young Mental Health Leaders Series: Peer Support & Youth Mental Health

May 11 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Co-Hosted by GlobalMentalHealth@Harvard & Mental Health America  Register for the webinar here!  With increasing rates of distress among young people, young leaders are stepping up to transform how we approach mental health. Youth peer support programs are growing in popularity because young people want them and because research shows peer support works. To build on this momentum, we must equip young people with the tools and skills to support themselves and their peers and invest in youth peer support programs…

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