Family-Centered and Community-Based Approaches to Global Mental Health: Meeting Children Where They Are

Date/Time
Date(s) - Monday, December 14th, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am


Speaker:

Dr. Eve Puffer
Assistant Professor, Psychology and Neurology and Global Health
Duke University

Event description: Global burden of mental health disorders is high among both adults and children. How can we address both, and how can children be reached most effectively? Dr. Puffer will discuss family- and community-based approaches to care for the hardest-to-reach families, including prevention and treatment strategies.

The Research Program on Children and Adversity (RPCA) at the Boston College School of Social Work is proud to host the Grants & sponsored Research Initiative (GRIT). GRIT is a monthly webinar that aims 1) to create a space for new investigators to receive constructive feedback from peers on grant proposals for NIH and other funders, and 2) provide an opportunity for senior investigators to share their research expertise with others in the spirit of capacity building. All aspiring and experienced researchers are welcome to participate.

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