International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry

Organisational Partner: International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry (INPP)

Lead contact: Bill Fulford, John Sadler and Giovanni Stanghellini

Contact: via ‘contact us’ on any page of the INPP website

Brief Description of Work:

INPP is a support organization that provides a collaborative forum for educational, research and service development initiatives across the diversity of approaches to mental health and well-being adopted by different traditions around the world. Its activities include: coordinating a series of international conferences; supporting international publications such as the peer reviewed journal from Johns Hopkins University Press, PPP (Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology) and a series of books and Handbooks from Oxford University Press, IPPP (International Perspectives in Philosophy and Psychiatry); providing academic resources (including open access publications); and promoting activities relevant to INPP’s aims through its website and mailing list.

Resident in: UK and internationally;

Working in: UK and internationally;

Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications/website, Education, Management, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar),Publications, Publications/other/PPP/IPPP, Research/philosophy,Services/person-centered,Services/teamwork;

Related Area(s) of Interest:Evidence-based practice, Medical humanities/aesthetics, Regulation, Law;

Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Global health, Mental health/General, Well-being

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