What is Latin-MH

This is one of the five hubs awarded by US-NIMH to increase research capacity that can create better strategies to reduce the mental illness treatment gap in resource-poor settings. The three main driving principles for this proposal are:  

A) to build capacity with a focus on strengthening within-region efforts so that sustainability and autonomy can be rapidly achieved.

B) to go beyond the traditional boundaries of mental health and develop strategic partnerships with other disciplines and health-research groups, and 

C) to fully integrate effective mental health treatment into existing primary care and community health systems.

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 Recently on Latin-MH...

Since our last update, there have been two meetings of our study groups.

On March 30th, 2017, the 8th Latin-MH Study Group Meeting was held. The theme was "IntelliCare - Mobile Apps for Depression and Anxiety". This group had as a speaker Dr. Kenneth Weingardt, being transmitted online. If you participated, do not forget to tell us how the experience was responding to our meeting evaluation form sent by email. If you could not be, no problem! Our video has been recorded and is already on Youtube! To access, just click here!

As early as May 29th, 2017, the 9th Latin-MH Study Group Meeting was held, with the theme "New Technologies for Mental Health Assistance". In this group, we had the presence of Dr. Ines Hungerbühler, also transmitted online. Just like at our other meeting, if you participated, please respond to our evaluation sent by email. This meeting was also recorded and is available on our Youtube channel, to access it click here!

In addition, our PI, Dr. Paulo Rossi Menezes, participated in the "Transformative Opportunities for Solving the Global Challenges in Global Mental Health" held in Bethesda, NIMH headquarters, on May 8 and 9.

Finally, our new Newsletter was launched. To access it, just click on this link!

If you have any doubts or suggestions linked to the study, don't hesitate on sending an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.! We'll be happy to answer it!

Coming up

Tenth Latin-MH Study Group

It's going to be held at August 22nd, 10am EST, our 10th Latin-MH Study Group with the theme "Digital Technology for Preventing Early Mortality Among People Living with Serious Mental Illnesses". This webinar will be presented by Dr. John A. Naslund, PhD from Dartmouth College, and will be held in English, online, via Adobe Connect. Come join and build capacity with us!

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Latest events

Ninth Latin-MH Study Group

It was held on May 29th our 9th Latin-MH Study Group with the theme "New Technologies for Mental Health Assistance". This theme, our study group was tutored by Dr. Ines Hungerbühler, PhD from University of São Paulo. The webinar was held via Adobe Connect, and this edition was in English. Watch it right now!

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Eighth Latin-MH Study Group

It was held on March 30th our 8th Latin-MH Study Group with the theme "IntelliCare - Mobile Apps for Depression and Anxiety". This time, the speaker was Dr. Kenneth Weingardt, PhD from Northwestern University. The webinar was held online via Adobe Connect, and this edition was in English. Watch the video right now! 

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Seventh Study Group Reunion Latin-MH

Our 7th Study Group consisted in the debate "Primary-Care Professionals Mental Health: work-related factors" with Dr. Andréa Tenório, and it was held on February 31st. In this meeting we discussed the findings of The PANDORA-SP Study. This webinar was broadcasted online via Adobe Connect and it happened in two sessions: one in portuguese and one in english. The link to the videos may be found below!

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