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Mental Health: The Secret Epidemic

Flyer for Modern Indian Studies Webinar

Resilience and Well-Being Through the Lens of the Pandemic

This webinar series is part of the Modern Indian Studies Initiative at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In partnership with leaders from North Carolina’s Indian-American community, UNC has embarked on a bold initiative to transform the model for Indian Studies. We are forging ahead in establishing the country’s leading program in Modern Indian Studies – increasing knowledge and understanding of the India of today, and its rapidly evolving future.

The UNC Division of Global Mental Health came into existence on October 1, 2019. Its goals are to develop, test, and build the capacity to deliver contextually-appropriate and sustainable models for mental health intervention with local and global partners. The division is a joint effort of the Department of Psychiatry in the UNC School of Medicine and the Department of Epidemiology in UNC’s Gillings School of Global Public Health.

Introductory Remarks by Executive Dean Dr. Cristy Page, UNC School of Medicine. Required Zoom Registration: go.unc.edu/MISWebinar3

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