Image Credit : International Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network

source: iVAMHN
published: January 2020

The intersection of violence, abuse and mental health is under-studied in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). A King’s College London Official Development Assistance Research Partnership Seed Fund grant enabled an inaugural meeting of early career researchers on 8th October 2019.

the international Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network (iVAMHN). We are keen to hear from researchers at any stage of their career (including students), practitioners, voluntary sector workers and people with lived experience about your research, education and capacity building priorities on this subject.

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If you would like to join iVAMHN, recommend speakers for future iVAMHN events, or discuss any aspect of iVAMHN in more detail, please email roxanne.1.keynejad@kcl.ac.uk

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