Maternal Mental Health in Uganda – Pathways to Resilience

The School of Informatics at Edinburgh University and Makerere University are organizing a webinar to disseminate the findings of the project entitled "Maternal Mental Health in Uganda – Pathways to Resilience" funded by University of Edinburgh Global Impact Accelerator. Considering your work on related areas we would like to invite

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October 15, 2021 - 10:00 am

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October 15, 2021 - 12:00 pm

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Online event / Conference Room, Block A, College of Computing & Information Science   View map

The School of Informatics at Edinburgh University and Makerere University are organizing a webinar to disseminate the findings of the project entitled “Maternal Mental Health in Uganda – Pathways to Resilience” funded by University of Edinburgh Global Impact Accelerator.

Considering your work on related areas we would like to invite you to take part, and to help us shape the way forward following project completion.

The seminar will take place online from 10:00am – 12:00pm EAT on Friday 15th October 2021.

The project was designed to kickstart collaborations that focus on increasing resilience to mental health conditions in Uganda. The aim was achieved through conducting;

  1. A rapid review of maternal mental health care in Uganda;
  2. Webinars for interactive knowledge transfer;
  3. Maternal mental health care data audits in two large referral hospitals.

It was funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and the Scottish Funding Council through the University of Edinburgh Global Impact Accelerator programme. Key researchers included Health Informaticians, Obstetricians, Biomedical Engineers, computer Scientists, Psychiatrists from both University of Edinburgh and Makarere University

Please register at: https://forms.gle/B5Yrz2GnzvzTH7jp8 – and to provide us with information on related topics you would like to discuss. We will follow up with a zoom link and further information on presentations and the agenda.

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