This masters-level short course is delivered externally through The University of Queensland over the summer break.
It is concerned with understanding mental health epidemiology and burden, policy, economics and current directions in mental health service reform, in Australia and abroad. The course covers a broad range of topics and areas, including a specific focus on Indigenous mental health.
While Mental Health across the Globe is relevant to anyone with an interest in mental health, some background knowledge of mental health will be an advantage. It is recommended for:
PUBH7026 Mental Health Across the Globe: Challenges & Opportunities aims to enhance students’ understanding of the impact of mental disorders on the population, key policy and service initiatives, and current debates in the mental health field. It focuses on the question of how to improve the mental health of the population by policy and service development beyond the clinical service sector to a broader population health approach.
PUBH7026 is divided into three parts:
After successfully completing this course you should be able to:
Start Date: Semester starts in late November each year.
Contact: Teaching Support Officer, Renee Tayler, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor Fiona Charlson
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