Global mental health

Blomster i Joutunheimen

The Global mental health research group is part of Centre for International Health at the University of Bergen, Norway.

We aim to build strong research competence in global mental health, - and global child and adolescent development and mental health.

The group consists of senior scientists, clinicians and PhD/Master candidates. The leader is professor Ingunn Marie S. Engebretsen.

phd candidates
Angela Akol

Angela Akol: Investigating Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Uganda

Increasing access to child and adolescent health services in Uganda is at the heart of Angela Akol's study

capacity strengthening
Bhutan meeting

Establishing the groundwork for a new international partnership

One of the CIH’s most important resources is the many long-term, stable, productive partnerships Centre researchers have been able to establish with researchers and institutions in Africa and Asia.

Phd candidate
Christine Ødegaard

Christine Ødegaard: Medication free treatment in psychosis

The meaning of choice for people with psychosis - A qualitative exploration

Congress symposium
Bilde fra prosjektet SeeTheChild - Uganda

Neurodevelopment and mental health of children

In early October the Research Group for Global Mental Health at CIH attended the 15th Congress of the International Federation for Psychiatric Epidemiology and hosted one of the symposia.