MHIN is a free community for mental health practitioners that include events, relevant resources, and online discussion forums.
You can register as a member for free. The site includes an "Innovations" section with innovations in mental health from across the globe. These include not only a summary and detail for each one but also downloadable resources generated by these innovations. For example, resources include publications, implementation guidance and manuals, and multimedia resources.
On the other hand, the "Resources" section has relevant research pieces, toolkits, guidelines, systematic reviews, and reports. You can also find recordings of past events, podcast episodes, and blog posts. Members can contribute to both sections with resources and findings from their own research work, which can be very helpful for fellow peers.
Moreover, you can connect with others through online discussion forums. There, members talk about mental health, professional research, funding opportunities, and vacancies/fellowships opportunities. Lastly, the community organizes some virtual events such as webinars and "Ask the Expert" sessions with guest mental health professionals worldwide.
Connect with other mental health practitioners:
MHIN is a professional network that includes researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, service user advocates, and donors worldwide. By joining, you will expand your professional network and meet fellow peers.
Get valuable resources:
The community shares resources such as summaries and details on innovations in mental health from across the globe, relevant published research, toolkits, guidelines, systematic reviews, and reports.
Discuss all things mental health:
MHIN online discussion forums are great to discuss all things mental health with like-minded peers. The forum includes topics such as professional research, funding opportunities, and vacancies/fellowships.
MHIN organizes "Ask the Expert" sessions and webinars with global industry experts, mental health professionals, and people from other relevant fields. Members are invited to submit questions and take part in the conversation.
This community has an online discussion forum where members can connect and interact. Inside, members discuss mental health, professional research, funding opportunities, and vacancies/fellowships. Additionally, you can explore the members' directory or the organizations' directory to find mental health students, professionals, and institutions worldwide.
The resources area of the site includes relevant published research, toolkits, guidelines, systematic reviews, and reports. Additionally, the innovations section has innovations in mental health from across the globe, as well as downloadable resources generated by these innovations (including publications, implementation guidance and manuals, and additional multimedia resources). If you'd like to contribute with fellow mental health practitioners, you can submit your resources to the community as well.