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Centre of African Studies

Mental Health in Tanzania - Policy and Practice

THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED
Professor John Hall & Tina Everett

Date: 10 March 2014Time: 5:15 PM

Finishes: 10 March 2014Time: 7:00 PM

Venue: Russell Square: College BuildingsRoom: 4429

Type of Event: Presentation

Series: Africa Seminar series

There are unmet mental health needs in all African countries, not least Tanzania, and many different ways of responding to them, which range from traditional medicine through to psychiatric drugs and behavioural therapies. This seminar will provide an opportunity to discuss the issues relating to mental health in Tanzania, how they are being dealt with, and what more can be done. It is intended for non-specialists with an interested in learning more, but will also interest professionals involved in heath provision in Africa.

The discussion will be introduced by Professor John Hall and Tina Everett.  John is a clinical psychologist at Oxford Brookes University, formerly at the Warneford Hospital, Oxford.  Tina is a physiotherapist, with a longstanding involvement in physiotherapy mental health training. The two have been involved in creating a pioneering post-graduate programme in clinical psychology and physiotherapy at Muhimbili University, Dar es Salaam.

Organiser: The Centre of African Studies (SOAS)

Contact email: a.c.coulson@bham.ac.uk

Contact Tel: 0121 475 4615