SMART Africa is a National Institute of Mental Health-funded study that is seeks to reduce gaps in child and adolescent mental health services and research in Ghana, Kenya, South Africa and Uganda through a population approach to child mental health. Moderated by Dean Mary McKay, this panel consisting of our country team leads will discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted their work, plans to move forward during uncertain times and opportunities that have presented themselves. This program is presented in partnership with ICHAD and SMART Africa.
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