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'Recovery' and 'global mental health': perspectives from India and Scotland

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'Recovery' and 'global mental health': perspectives from India and Scotland
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Hosted by: Global Mental Health Network # University of Edinburgh; Hosted by: Social Work # University of Edinburgh
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Date and Time
22nd Sep 2017 14:00 - 22nd Sep 2017 16:30
Location
G43, Paterson’s Land, St John Street off Holyrood Road, The University of Edinburgh
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http://www.san.ed.ac.uk/edcma/events/workshops_and_conferences/2017_2018/recovery_and_global_mental_health_perspectives_from_india_and_scotland

'Recovery' and 'global mental health': perspectives from India and Scotland 

Date: September 22nd, 2017

Time: 2 – 4:30 pm

Venue: G43, Paterson’s Land, St John Street off Holyrood Road, The University of Edinburgh

Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/recovery-and-global-mental-health-perspectives-from-india-and-scotland-tickets-37909040962

Notions of  ‘recovery’ and ‘recovery models’ are prominent in Euro-American mental health practice and policy and are now entering global mental health debates (Aldersey et al., 2017). Concerns have been raised about the cross-cultural transferability of ‘recovery models’ to the global south (Bayetti et al., 2016).  Scotland has extensive experience in ‘transferring’ ‘recovery approaches’ from the United States – with ‘co-production’, being a key modality.    

This seminar features two presentations on co-production and recovery. The first showcases the on-going work of an ESRC-Impact Accelerator Award that is co-producing a visual recovery tool with service users and carers in northern India. The second discusses community approaches to recovery and co-production in Scotland. Presentations will be followed by a discussion led by Neil Quinn, Reader in Social Work and Social Policy, University of Strathclyde.

"We did it together - developing a tool for mental health recovery in Dehradun, North India"

Pooja Pillai, Research Officer, Burans Project, Emmanuel Hospital Association, India

Kaaren Mathias, Director, Burans Project, Emmanuel Hospital Association, India

Sumeet Jain, Lecturer in Social Work, University of Edinburgh

Community approaches to recovery in Scotland 

Frank Reilly, Director of the Scottish Recovery Network

Discussant: Neil Quinn, Reader in Social Work and Social Policy and Co-Director, Centre for Health Policy, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow 

Chair: Ruth Forbes, Senior Teaching Fellow in Social Work, University of Edinburgh

Supported by an ESRC-IAA grant and co-organzied by Edinburgh Global Mental Health Network and Social Work subject area, School of Social and Political Science, The University of Edinburghh

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