Making mental health count: quantifying and standardising mental distress

Making mental health count: quantifying and standardising mental distress

Making mental health count: quantifying and standardising mental distress

Advanced Studies Seminar – May 8th, 10:30-5pm, St Catherine’s University of Oxford

This day-long workshop brings together a diverse group of scholars (including user/survivor scholars) to think in interdisciplinary ways about mental health metrics. It will include short provocations from a range of speakers, ample discussion time, and a showcase of the early findings of two British Academy funded research projects on the social lives of mental health diagnostic algorithms

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