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Community Mental Health Resilience

Community Mental Health Resilience

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  • 20 hours study
  • Level 0: Beginner

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    • General

  • Course learning outcomes

    • Understand the concept of community mental health resilience
    • Develop skills in community facilitation
    • Become familiar with digital storytelling
    • Be able to initiate an impact assessment of a community intervention

  • Course dates:

    First Published 04/03/2021.

    Updated 10/03/2021

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  • ExpandTips that will help you study in this course

  • ExpandUnderstanding mental health and mental ill health

  • ExpandMental Health Context

  • ExpandBronfenbrenner's Framework

  • ExpandCommunity Resilience and Mental Health

  • ExpandParticipatory Action Research

  • ExpandDigital Tools for Creating and Sharing Stories

  • ExpandEvaluation of Interventions

  • ExpandReferences and Contributors

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  • Deyan Kissoon

    Thank you.. very interesting and important course

    Deyan Kissoon2 August 2021 3:17

    Thank you for preparing this course. I audited the content and appreciated the different ways and examples from the research projects which you did. I had to read a bit more about the Bronfenbrenner's model as I did not get the mesosystem part at the beginner. I also wondered whether Chronosystems could have been used to reflect on the past changes in time to understand why adults are where they are now.. based on the childhood development.

About this course

  • 20 hours study
  • Level 0: Beginner

Ratings

5 out of 5 stars

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You can start learning at any time. By signing up and enrolling you can track your progress and earn a Statement of Participation upon completion, all for free.

View this course

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