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Research Priorities, Capacity, and Networks in Global Mental Health 

Research Priorities, Capacity, and Networks in Global Mental Health
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Research Priorities, Capacity, and Networks in Global Mental Health
Author(s):

Pamela Y. Collins

, Mark Tomlinson

, Ritsuko Kakuma

, Jude Awuba

, and Harry Minas

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199920181.003.0019
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date: 19 September 2019

Research is an integral part of global health. A functioning global health system generates knowledge through discovery research; identification of intervention targets; and the development, testing, implementation and scale-up of effective interventions. This chapter will examine the role of research in global mental health, with a focus on low resource settings around the world. We explore the following issues: why research should be central to global mental health activities; research capacity building, a prerequisite for a research program (i.e., how we define it and the resources required to support robust, sustainable scientific activities); research priority-setting: how stakeholders determine research priorities and the implications of these activities; and uptake and demand for research: how research is implemented and translated to practice (i.e., what efforts ensure that research priorities can best meet local needs).

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