The Yale Global Mental Health Program consists of faculty mentorship, resident and medical student projects, the Global Mental Health Elective, the Yale Global Mental Health Symposia, and other events. See the calendar below for upcoming events, including dates, times, and locations.
The Global Mental Health Elective is a monthly curriculum consisting of renown guest speakers, psychiatry faculty and staff presentations of their global mental health projects, resident and medical student presentations of on-going projects, and journal or multi-media presentations by residents with faculty discussion. The elective is conducted in an informal and social setting geared for trainees at all levels, providing program participants and the broader Yale community with opportunities to get to learn more about global mental health. The elective also allows colleagues with similar professional interests to learn about the variety of global mental health activities within the Department of Psychiatry and elsewhere. The elective promotes networking, idea sharing, and information about possible future projects. The elective runs September through May.
MSF Mental Health Services for Displaced People and Refugees
May 29, 2018, 5:00-7:00 pm
Speaker: Andres Barkil-Oteo, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor, Yale Department of Psychiatry; Consulting Psychiatrist, MSF (Doctors Without Borders)
The Anlyan Center (TAC), Room N-203, 300 Cedar St.