Do you want to examine how mental health is understood and addressed cross-culturally across the world?
Are you interested in the social drivers of poor mental health and ways to address these?
Do you want to play a role in transforming mental health care globally?
Mental health and well-being are crucial global health and social welfare policy concerns with significant resources and research devoted to this area.
This interdisciplinary postgraduate programme offers you opportunities to develop:
critical perspectives on global mental health policy; practice and research; space for creating transformative possibilities; tools for conceptual and practice innovation.
Global mental health is emerging as a hybrid academic discipline with academic training programmes, journals, textbooks and research consortiums - primarily in the UK and the USA, but also in Canada and Europe.
Much of this activity has been situated in psychiatry and public health disciplines - with a growing body of scholarly work from other professional and social science disciplines including medical anthropology, social work, international development, and clinical psychology.
A UK 2:1 honours degree or its international equivalent.
Part time (day)
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Social and Political Science