Don't forget to register for the second in the World Psychiatric Association's (WPA) online learning series webinar: ‘Early Intervention in Low Resource Settings – Findings from the WIC (Warwick – India - Canada) Project'
Funded by WPA and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), the second webinar of this series, titled: "Early Intervention in Low Resource Settings – Findings from the WIC (Warwick – India - Canada) Project" will take place on the 10th of December 2021 at 13:00 GMT. Our global experts will provide an overview of the WIC project's work and initial findings. The faculty includes renowned global mental health experts who have been leading mental health programmes in Low and Middle Income Country (LMIC) settings.
Chaired by Swaran P. Singh MBBS MD FRCPsych DM, this webinar is designed for mental health professionals, with a primary aim of increasing knowledge and understanding of evidence-based clinical management of people with early psychosis in LMICs.
Webinar Presentations include:
Prof Rakesh K Chadda (AIIMS, New Delhi, India) - ‘Protocol-based care for first episode psychosis’
Dr R Thara (SCARF, Chennai, India) - ‘Early detection of mental illness through school-based screening’
Prof Jason Madan (University of Warwick, UK) - 'Health Economics of Early Intervention Services'
Prof Graeme Currie (University of Warwick, UK) - 'Implementation Science in LMICs'
Dr Srividya Iyer (McGill University, Canada) - 'Early Intervention Services in global context: new frontiers'
Registration for Webinar 2 is still open and you can register here.
Places are strictly limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
WPA together with the NIHR is pleased to offer this webinar free to join. Attendees can receive a WPA CPD Certificate on completion of the webinar for a fee of USD $15.
Further details regarding the webinar can be found here.
For any queries relating to the Early Intervention Webinar Series please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Author: WPA Education Coordinator