Global Mental Health Program
Yale Psychiatry’s Global Mental Health Program is an exciting new concentration that capitalizes on the broad and diverse experiences of our faculty and residents. Originated by residents, the program supplements current courses and electives with additional mentoring, community service, scholarly projects, and clinical experiences.
The program aims to increase awareness of global mental health issues and social disparities while developing tools to address associated challenges both at home and abroad.
The Global Mental Health Program is a unique opportunity to join an expanding network of individuals who share a common interest in global mental health and cross-cultural psychiatry.
For more information:
Global Mental Health Listserv
Past and Current Resident Experiences in Global Mental Health
|Initiation of IV heroin use in Malaysia||R25
||Abstract, paper, presentation|
|PTSD in China||IMPORT Grant; Yale China Association; APA Minority Grant||Presentations|
|Substance use in Thailand||IMPORT Grant|
|Drug use in Jamaica||R25|
|Access to psychiatric care in China||IMPORT Grant; Yale China Association||Book chapter|
|Drug use outcomes of MMT clinics in Wuhan, China||R25
|Jordan – IASC guidelines – Refugee Camps||UN consultancy||Consultancy report|
|India||APA Minority Grant||Paper
|Teaching PTSD recognition to teachers/families in China||Chinese Government Grant||Presentations|