Mental Health: A global priority
Mental illness can affect anyone. It is an important cause of disability worldwide. However the pathways to receiving adequate and humane mental health care vary within countries and between countries. This mental health inequity is a challenge to be explored and overcome in order to attain better health for all nations. Participating in this course is a step towards overcoming this global challenge.
These audio resources introduce fundamental concepts related to mental health and illness and present evidence for global mental health inequity, and consider how factors such as stigma, violations of human rights, culture, spirituality, partnerships and technology may affect the pathways to mental health care.
These audio resources were part of a MOOC run by Dr Liz Grant, Dr Anne Aboaja and Dr Narinder Bansal of the School of Molecular, Genetic and Population Health Sciences, the resources can be down loaded from Media Hopper Create.