Updated: Nov 16
World Psychiatric Association has published the final interview in the latest “Meet the Leaders” film series
As part of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) "Meet the Leaders" series, we are publishing interviews from the current WPA Executive Committee (EC) members and past WPA Presidents. Over the past couple of months we have released interviews from the entire current EC and are now starting to post the videos from previous WPA Presidents (and current WPA Council members). In this insightful series of interviews, each member has shared not only a summary of their valuable contributions to the association and the field of mental health in general over the years, but also their personal views on the contributions made by WPA and its member associations.
With the publication of this final interview, people can now the videos from the following WPA leaders (past and present):
Prof. Afzal Javed, President WPA
Professor Petr Morozov - Secretary General, WPA (This was recorded prior to the passing of the late Professor Morozov)
Professor Roger Ng - Secretary Education, WPA
Professor Michel Botbol - Secretary Publication, WPA
Professor Edmond H. Pi - Secretary Meetings
Professor Danuta Wasserman, President Elect
Professor Thomas G. Schulze, Secretary for Scientific Sections
Professor Paul Summergrad, Secretary for Finances
Professor Jorge Alberto Costa e Silva, Former WPA President and current WPA Council Member
Professor Ahmed Okasha, Former WPA President & current WPA Council Member
Professor Norman Sartorius, Former WPA President & current WPA Council Member
Professor Juan Mezzich, Former WPA President & current WPA Council Member
Professor Mario Maj, Former WPA President & current WPA Council Member
Professor Dinesh Bhugra, Former WPA President & current WPA Council Member
Professor Helen Herrman, Former WPA President & current WPA Council Member
Work is still continuing in the background and following this series, we are continuing work and will be interviewing WPA Zonal Representatives and Action Plan Working Group Chairs.
Stay tuned for more insightful interviews.