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Quarterly Conversations in Global Health

The UC San Diego Global Health ProgramStudents for Global Health and the Global Forum are proud to bring you the “Quarterly Conversations in Global Health” series. This event is an opportunity for the Global Health community to come together and discuss relevant issues in the field from an interdisciplinary perspective. We strive to create a platform to increase interaction with UC San Diego students, faculty and local organizations to facilitate productive conversations and change.

Fall 2019 Quarterly Conversations in Global Health

Global Mental Health

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020


Great Hall, International House

Global Mental Health is the area of research, practice, and advocacy that places priority on improving and achieving equity in mental health. Now more than ever, Global Mental Health is a growing concern in the United States and internationally. Low and middle income countries are home to more than 80% of the global population, with less than 20% containing resources to aid in mental health issues. As violence and turmoil increases in these global populations, effective treatment is important to improve the lives of people living with these disorders in all countries. Whether it be a temporary, mild condition or more persistent and serious condition, it is a concern for all humans. Join us for a discussion on mental health and its impact on global health.

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  • Directions to the Great Hall

  • Parking at Pangea Parking Structure

Special Thank You To Event Co-Sponsors

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If you are interested in co-sponsoring one of our next events, please contact for additional information about how get involved.

See highlights from previous Quarterly Conversations in Global Health here.

 The views expressed at this event do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsors or UC San Diego. As a public university, UC San Diego is dedicated to the dissemination of information and ideas as protected by the first amendment.

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