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2017 PHILIPPE & MARIA HALPHEN FOUNDATION PRIZE – PROFESSOR PHILIPPE CONUS

2017 PHILIPPE & MARIA HALPHEN FOUNDATION PRIZE – PROFESSOR PHILIPPE CONUS Meeting for Minds operates in France in association with the Philippe & Maria Halphen Foundation. Maria Halphen founded the Philippe & Maria Halphen Foundation in 2013 in memory of her beloved husband Philippe. Based in Paris, the Philippe & Maria Halphen Foundation (PMHF) is under the auspices … Continue reading 2017 PHILIPPE & MARIA HALPHEN FOUNDATION PRIZE – PROFESSOR PHILIPPE CONUS

Enlightening Insight for Researchers

Lion Gai Meir is a Mental Health Peer Support worker at the Mazor Mental Health Centre in Acre, Israel. This text is a voice from a person who suffered through abuse and a mental break, and uses this experience as an expertise working as a staff member inside the psychiatric hospital. Lion also stands on the Meeting for … Continue reading Enlightening Insight for Researchers

Meeting for Minds Video Interview Series: Part 1 – 2017

Meeting for Minds Video Interview Series: Part 1 Meeting for Minds has started production of a series of short video interviews featuring people who have experienced mental illness and those doing research into the brain and mental illness. Each tells of what drove their first interest in research, as a means of developing a mutual … Continue reading Meeting for Minds Video Interview Series: Part 1 – 2017

Meeting for Minds on Art with Geha Mental Health Center – Israel 2017

Meeting for Minds on Art with Geha Mental Health Center – Israel 2017 On 16 March 2017 at 7:30pm at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Hertsliya, Israel, Meeting for Minds held the exhibition “Creative Minds Think Unalike” – Meeting for Minds on Art with Geha Mental Health Center.The event hosted the following speakers: Dr Aya … Continue reading Meeting for Minds on Art with Geha Mental Health Center – Israel 2017

2016 Philippe & Maria Halphen Foundation Prize – Professor Philippe Fossati

2016 Philippe & Maria Halphen Foundation Prize – Professor Philippe Fossati Meeting for Minds operates in France in association with the Philippe & Maria Halphen Foundation. Maria Halphen founded the Philippe & Maria Halphen Foundation in 2013 in memory of her beloved husband Philippe. Based in Paris, the Philippe & Maria Halphen Foundation (PMHF) is under the … Continue reading 2016 Philippe & Maria Halphen Foundation Prize – Professor Philippe Fossati

Meeting for Minds Australian ‘SYNERGIES’ Forum – 2016

Meeting for Minds Australian ‘SYNERGIES’ Forum – 2016 The Meeting for Minds ‘SYNERGIES’ 2016 Forum took place on 27 May 2016 in Fremantle, Western Australia. The event was a one-day Forum bringing together researchers, clinicians, mental health consumers and carers from around the world to share knowledge and experience in new approaches through research into … Continue reading Meeting for Minds Australian ‘SYNERGIES’ Forum – 2016

Meeting for Minds Israeli Spring School – 2016

Meeting for Minds Israeli Spring School – 2016 In April of 2016, Meeting for Minds held a Spring School in Acres, Israel. Participants of the Spring School comprised of Postgraduate Researchers, Postgraduate Psychiatric Trainees and people with lived experience of mental illness. The purpose of the Spring School was to see how these 3 groups … Continue reading Meeting for Minds Israeli Spring School – 2016

2016 Meeting for Minds “SYNERGIES” Forum – Australia

2016 Meeting for Minds “SYNERGIES” Forum – Australia The 2016 international ‘Synergies’ Forum was held on 27 May 2016 from 8:30 – 17:15 at the B Shed in Fremantle, Western Australia. The Forum served as an open debate around the synergies of lived experience of mental illness and brain research, by inviting people with experience of mental … Continue reading 2016 Meeting for Minds “SYNERGIES” Forum – Australia

‘MINDHACK’ Hackathon – Australia, May 2016

‘MINDHACK’ Hackathon – Australia, May 2016 Meeting for Minds held Australia’s first ever mental health Hackathon, partnering with Spacecubed, on 20 and 21 May 2016. During the 24-hour event, a selected group of students drawn from a broad base of disciplines, attempted to ‘MindHack’ inventive tools and methods for initiating interaction between research scientists and people with lived … Continue reading ‘MINDHACK’ Hackathon – Australia, May 2016