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12:00 - 13:00 20 September 2017

Addressing the global mental health treatment gap in cities (In collaboration with UCL Disability Seminar Series)

Location

June Lloyd Room, PUW 4 (Ground Floor) | UCL GOS Institute of Child Health, (link Map)
30 Guilford Street | London | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Student

This is the third lunchtime time seminar organised by UCL’s recently established Global Mental Health Working Group, this time in collaboration with the UCL Disability Seminar Series.

Speaker: Chris Underhill, MBE, Founder President of BasicNeeds, co-lead of mhNOW. Chris is a social entrepreneur who over the years has initiated a number of social organisations for example in the field of disability (Action on Disability and Development) and mental health (BasicNeeds).

This seminar is free of charge and open to people external to UCL. For practical reasons, we kindly ask both UCL and external participants to register. Lunch is not provided, but you can bring your own. Anyone is external to UCL is kindly asked to email Dr Kelly Clarke in the Institute for Global Health to make arrangements to access the venue (some buildings may require UCL access badge).


Contact

Dr Kelly Clarke
Please email | k.clarke.09@ucl.ac.uk


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