Global Mental Health and Surveillance


Presented July 10, 2018.

Why global mental health surveillance is important – understanding current issues in global mental health surveillance and learning strategies to improve mental health surveillance worldwide, particularly in low and middle –income countries.


Shalini Ahuja, MA-HMPP, DHM, BPT, Global Mental Health Researcher, Centre for Implementation Science, Health Services and Population Research Department, King’s College London

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July, 2018

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