Measuring, counting and valuing in public mental health – how can we do it well?

Measuring, counting and valuing in public mental health – how can we do it well?
Measuring, counting and valuing in public mental health - how can we do it well
12 October, 10:30am to 3pm
St Catherine's College Oxford
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About the Webinar

In public mental health there are things we value, things we can measure and things we can count. Unfortunately, these often do not align and nor do they always influence how we allocate resources. This seminar will explore what we do now and how we could do better.

The event will take place on 12 October, 10:30am - 3pm

 

Time Topics

 

Speakers
10:30 Arrival tea/coffee
11:00 Collaborating Centre intro Ashok Handa
11:10 Seminar intro David Crepaz-Keay
11:20 Challenges in measuring in public mental health Jason Madan
11:45 Defining mental health and wellbeing – different approaches and what they might mean in practice. Catherine Negus
12:00 Questions and discussions
12:45 Feedback
13:00 Lunch
13:45 The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Public Mental Health -

introduction and outline

Anna Bergqvist/ Kam Bhui/David Crepaz-Keay
14:15 Questions and discussions
14:45 Closing remarks

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