NOTE: Given the insecurity about the development of covid-19 and its influence on on-campus (offline) activities, all –then applicable- guidelines from the Dutch government will be followed. On 1 May, we will decide whether this course can run on-campus or if it will be given online.
How young is too young to diagnose a child with bipolar disorder? What is the solution to alcohol addiction in South Korea? What is normal – and does “normal” even exist? To explore such questions, this course invites you “down the rabbit hole” of mental health as a global issue. Offering the broadest possible perspective on the topic, we discuss the most prevalent and impactful disorders in different regions and so reveal the complexity of the psychiatric aspects of public health worldwide.
|Session 1||3 July to 17 July 2021
|Course level||Advanced Bachelor/Master, open to PhD staff and professionals
||Dr. Elena Syurina
|Other lecturers||Pim Scholte and Samrad Ghane (Equator Foundation), Barbara Regeer and Nadine Blignaut (VU Amsterdam), guests from the War Trauma Foundation and Doctors of the World, plus research presentations by Global Health PhD students via Trans Global Health|
|Forms of tuition||Lectures, workshops, seminars|
|Forms of assessment||Group assignment|
|Contact hours||45 hours|
|Tuition fee||€1150, read more about what's included|
||Accommodation and social programme|
|How to apply
||Find our application form here|