21 July 2022
Mental Health, Youth and Society
With unprecedented levels of mental distress and addiction reported globally, recent events exposed fissures within our social and health care systems. Behavioral health, focused on the promotion of mental health, resilience, and well-being, can have wide ranging impacts individually, socially, and economically. This course examines public health approaches including health promotion, prevention, and intervention, specific to mental health and addictive behaviors. Through interactive, multi-modal, and problem-based learning, we interrogate issues pertinent to our recovery from this global health crisis.
Dr. Kristen G. Anderson & Dr. Helle Larsen
For current university students (advanced Bachelor and Master) with an interest in psychology, sociology, education, public health and public policy, and medicine. Working professionals and applicants from other fields are also welcomed and will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
Throughout this programme, students will have the opportunity to actively engage with course content as well as fellow students from around the world, expanding their knowledge of health promotion, prevention, and intervention techniques, with the goal of refining their academic research skills, and improving their ability to present their work in oral and written form.
EUR 1650: The tuition fee includes all course materials, events, excursions/site visits, a public transit card and lunch on class days.
EUR 600: Approximate housing fee for the duration of the course. Arranging housing via our office is optional.
Please see our website for up-to-date information on scholarship opportunities.