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21/08/2019

Postgraduate Course on Global Mental Health

The Lisbon Institute of Global Mental Health will organize a Postgraduate Course on Global Mental Health in 16, 17, and 18 October 2019, in Lisbon.

21/08/2019

Revista Salud Mental y Comunidad

Una publicación de la Universidad Nacional de Lanús - Argentina

15/08/2019

II Conferencia Regional de Salud Mental Comunitaria Esquel 2019

2 al 4 de Octubre - Esquel, Chubut, Argentina

10/08/2019

Promoting Human Rights and Recovery in Mental Health: Triste 23 - 26 September 2019

The meeting is organized by WHO Collaborating Centre for Research and Training in Mental Health ASUI Trieste with the World Health Organization.

27/06/2019

Becas para Cursar Estudios de Doctorado en la Universidad Estadual Paulista 2019

Plazo de solicitud: hasta el 12 de septiembre de 2019 a las 23:59 horas (GMT/UTC+01:00) Madrid.

29/05/2019

RECORDATORIO: PLAZO DE CIERRE 3 DE JUNIO - Becas para cursar Másteres Oficiales en las Universidades de Castilla y León 2019

Plazo de solicitud: hasta el 3 de junio de 2019 a las 23:59 horas (GMT/UTC+01:00) Madrid.

28/05/2019

IX EDICIÓN PREMIO PSICOFUNDACIÓN JÓVENES PSICÓLOGOS EMPRENDEDORES 2019

El plazo de presentación de candidaturas: desde el 1 de mayo hasta el 31 de julio de 2019.

21/05/2019

Lisbon Learning Program 2019-2020

Inscripciones hasta el 15 de Julio

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¿Que es la Red Maristan?

The MARISTÁN network is an academic collaboration between universities in Latin America and Europe, which was established in 1997 under the umbrella of the European Union’s Latin America Academic Training Programme (ALFA):

The MARISTÁN network is made up of the following institutions:

 


Given the diverse nature of psychiatric illness and the reach and complexity of the discipline of mental health research, the MARISTÁN network began by focusing on patients who need long term community care, either because of the severity of their illness or the extent of their disability. As the network developed, however, this focus broadened to incorporate the expertise and needs of its constituent members, but without losing the central theme of community mental health care.

The aims of the MARISTÁN network are to:

Promote cooperation in order to reduce gaps and inequalities between countries.
Undertake research that will enable the transfer of new technologies, including innovative methods and instruments of evaluation.
Contribute to the training of professionals in the basic principles of community models of mental health care.

Among the activities of the network are programmes of postgraduate education and partnership on a multicentre study.

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