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Culture and eMental Health

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The Wave Room, WG308, AUT City Campus

Mayoral Drive

Auckland CBD, 1010

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Join us to discuss the future of culturally responsive mental health services, and how we ensure new technologies and delivery mechanisms address inequalities and enhance the health outcomes of all New Zealanders. It is essential register (for free, see button to right) for catering purposes.

Professor Kamaldeep Bhui is Professor of Cultural Psychiatry & Epidemiology at Queen Mary University of London and Head of Department in the Centre for Psychiatry. He is also an Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist in East London Foundation Trust and a psychoanalytic psychotherapist. He is Director of a number of MSc programmes in mental health and the co-founder of Careif, an international mental health charity based in London that promotes work for young people and their health through culture, sport and arts. Amongst a wide range of practice interests, his research includes cultural psychiatry and he is involved in cultural consultation as Director of the Cultural Consultation Service at Queen Mary, University of London.

Dr Heather Came, Dr Alayne Mikahere-Hall and Prof. Gin Malhi are our panel discussants for the event. Dr Came and Dr Mikahere-Hall are based in AUT's own Taupua Wairoa Centre for Māori Health Research, their expertise encompasses cultural issues, health, racism and much more. Prof. Malhi is a psychiatrist at the University of Sydney.

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