Presentation at War Child Holland: Intercultural Communication and Mental Health

Postdoctoral researcher on the MentalHealth4All project, Gian Hernandez, was asked to give a talk on intercultural communication and present the project at the Amsterdam headquarters of War Child.  The talk spurred interesting discussions with practitioners in the field of advocacy for refugees, as well as facilitated linkages and collaboration between the Mhealth4All project and War

Upcoming Partner Meeting in Spain

Universidad de Alcala de Henares Plaza de San Diego, Alcalá de Henares, Comunidad de Madrid

The MHealth4All project will have its first in-person meeting in Spain, hosted by the team at the Universidad de Alcalá. We have an intensive program planned, where we will discuss the coordination of the project as a whole, mapping the linguistic resources, and the collection of survey and interview data for identifying barriers to mental

Upcoming Conference – Migrant access to healthcare: From emergency responses to sustainable solutions

Principle Investigator Dr. Barbara Schouten will give a presentation on the Mental Health 4 All project at the upcoming conference entitled: Migrant access to healthcare: From emergency responses to sustainable solutions. About the conference: The European Committee of the Regions, the European Commission and the Council of Europe Development Bank are pleased to invite you

Mental Health 4 All project: Open Space meeting

Reducing language barriers in mental healthcare for refugees and other migrants: how digital technologies can become part of the solution Friday, 3rd February 2023, 10:00 – 12:30 CET, online Mental health problems affect millions of people worldwide. Refugees and other migrants are particularly at risk of developing mental health problems due to stressors they encounter

Workshop: Communication Situations, Strategies & Procedures in Crisis Interpreting

Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre Trieda Andreja Hlinku 1, Nitra

This event was created with the support of the projects KEGA 010UKF 4/2022 PSI collaborative training in Slovakia: Design, implementation and evaluation of courses for public service interpreters, as well as the Mental Health 4 All project.

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