News archive for Global mental health
“Medication free treatment for people with psychosis," an international movement with national implementation, what is it all about? (22.06.2023)
Christine Henriksen Ødegaard from the Global Mental Health research group defended her PhD-thesis: “Medication free treatment for people with psychosis" in June 2023.
Teaching and Learning Nurturing Care for building the future for international PhD candidates (22.06.2023)
Members of the Global Mental health Research Group are delighted to have successfully completed the Bergen Summer Research School (BSRS) 2023: Childhood: Nurturing care for building the future. BSRS 2023 was held face-to-face in Bergen 5-15 June, 2023
Helping using other means than medicines in services for patients with psychosis? Maneuvering decision making, guidelines and resources.
The global mental health research group requires focus on mental health while the Norwegian Government develops a strategy on food security.
The research project TREAT C-AUD Child alcohol use disorder in Eastern Uganda: screening, diagnostics, risk factors and management of children drinking alcohol in Uganda (TREAT C-AUD) is growing from infancy to toddlerhood (07.10.2021)
The project is now two years, and the consortium can look into 20 months of hectic work including online collaboration and shifting of tasks during the pandemic which is not yet over. In this period, the consortium has published its protocol while parts of the data collection has started.
Global mental health at the 12th European Congress On Tropical Medicine and International Health (07.10.2021)
This year’s ECTMIH congress acknowledged the reality of the slogan “No health without mental health” by having a separate track on global mental health. We do encourage coming congresses to take this further and integrate more critical views and perspectives from users and civil society.
GMHRG are contributing to the 12th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health (ECTMIH2021) (06.10.2021)
A joint GMHRG initiative has led to the 7th track on Mental health and health promotion – the first of its kind in the ECTMIH history.
Alrek-days 2021: "Forskning for folk, med folk, til folk»
The PROMISE consortium has published the results of their long-term study showing similar long-term clinical outcomes from early use of two different HIV prophylactic drugs in Nature.
For Master students, being a part of a Research Group can be an important career starting point. It can be an instant networking opportunity, with ripple effects extending through the networks of all the group members. The experience also provides students with support for their research and studies.
CIH PhD Candidate, Christine H. Ødegaard, was part of a team of researchers who recently published results about how mental health recovery was facilitated when patients were given options of different therapies and provided with education about the benefits, drawbacks, and evidence for the available treatments.
The Global Mental Health research group (GMHRG) at CIH is embarking on a collaboration with researchers from Bhutan. Together they were responsible for 2 presentations at the 5th International Conference on Medical & Health Sciences 2019.
The Cambodian – Norwegian collaborating team presented research results at the 10th Congress of the Asian Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions
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.
Long term networks through the Kolaas’ engagement in Bhutan has given new opportunities for exchange in acadmic training and Research.
The Global Mental Health research group was present at the 10th European Congress on Tropical Medicine & International Health (ECTMIH), in Antwerp, Belgium.
27-28 March 2017, Silversprings, Kampala, Uganda 2nd National child and adolescent mental health conference 2017
One of the courses in the Bergen Summer Research School was arranged by the global mental health research group.