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Researching adolescent mental health in contexts of forced displacement

11 May
12:00-14:00 (GMT +1:00)
GAGE UCL
Online

13-year-old girl living in an ITS in Jordan. Photo: Nathalie Bertrams/GAGE 2020

This event co-organised by GAGE and the UCL’s Institute for Global Prosperity will provide an opportunity to explore different disciplinary approaches to conducting research with adolescents who have been forcibly displaced by considering the relationship between displacement and mental health, how to define/measure adolescent mental health and how to collect and share data ethically.

The webinar will provide an opportunity to explore different disciplinary approaches to conducting research with adolescents who have been forcibly displaced by considering the relationship between displacement and mental health, how to define/measure adolescent mental health and how to collect and share data ethically.

Format:
12pm to 1pm – Panel presentations and discussion
1pm to 1.30pm – Breakout discussions
1.30pm to 2pm – Reflections and next steps

Chair:
Dame Professor Henrietta L. Moore

Speakers:
Ms Sarah Alheiwidi, GAGE Jordan, Jordan
Prof. Sarah Baird, George Washington University, USA
Dr. Randa Serhan, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Prof. Lena Verdeli, Global Mental Health Lab, Columbia University, USA

Please register via https://ucl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMtduitqT8iGtPGmClJuGzyHuN0NLbUIpJs and select the breakout discussion would you like to participate in. Number of participants for each breakout room is limited, so we advise to register as early as possible.

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