Global Consortium for Depression Prevention: using rigorous research to inform practice and policy

York, 10th and 11th December 2019

This consortium is intended to bring together outstanding researchers within the depression prevention field across the globe.

The consortium covers multiple disciplines and includes research and insights from psychology, psychiatry, medicine, epidemiology, economics, demographics, health policy, political science, technology, and culture.

At our invitational meetings, researchers from various fields present their cutting-edge research, identify the most pressing issues within depression prevention, and brainstorm the most useful strategies to realise the goal of preventing depression locally and globally.

Professor Simon Gilbody
Conference organiser, on behalf of the Consortium

Local & UK Hosts: Ms Kerry Cipriano, Dr Dean McMillan & Dr Lina Gega & Prof David Ekers (University of York), Assc. Prof David McDaid (LSE), Josefien Breedvelt (Mental Health Foundation)

Host organisation: Mental Health and Addictions Research Group, Department of Health Sciences, University of York UK

The 7th consortium meeting is sponsored by the University of York and the Hull York Medical School