2019 Global Muslim Mental Health Conference

By MSU Department of Psychiatry
August 23, 2019

2019 Global Muslim Mental Health Conference

Global Muslim Mental Health Conference (GMMHC)

7-8th (Saturday-Sunday) September 2019

@ Clare College Cambridge, United Kingdom

Held in conjunction with the 7th Biennial Cambridge International Conference on Mental Health 2019, 5-6th (Thursday-Friday) September 2019.   Visit http://cmhr-cu.org/Conference2019 for details on that conference. 

This unique conference brings together scholars, faith leaders, healthcare providers and researchers to
examine topics related to mental health across the global Muslim community. It will include keynote speakers, scholarly research presentations and panel discussions. 
Click here for a conference flyer.
Click here for the program agenda.
Click here for Speakers' Bios.

Keynote Speaker

The keynote speaker at the conference will be Jonas R. Kunst, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oslo.  Dr Kunst developed and validated the Perceived Islamophobia Scale (PIS), showing that Islamophobia is associated with psychological distress in Muslims. He is also the founder & director of the Culture, Society & Behavior Research Lab in Oslo.  

Registrations, Accommodation and Formal dinner costs:

Whole conference $310; Daily rates $170; Students $150

The fee includes tea/coffee and buffet lunch on the day/days of attendance.

Accommodation at Clare College available during 6-8th September 2019

Single en-suite B&B (6-8th September): $115/night 

Twin en-suite B&B (6-8th September): $164/night 

Delegates to make payments to Muslim Mental Health Consortium, Dept. of Psychiatry Michigan State University.  Click here for the registration link.

Exhibitors, Sponsorships, Advertisement Opportunities:    

Click here for additional details on Exhibit tables and Sponsorships and to place an advertisement in the program booklet.


Organised by Muslim Mental Health Consortium (MMHC), Department of Psychiatry, Michigan State University, USA and the Centre for Mental Health Research in association with the University of Cambridge (CMHR-CU). 

Contact Us

For more information or if you have questions about the Conference, please email msummhconference@gmail.com