Mauro Giovanni Carta

Mauro Giovanni Carta

Professor of Social Psychiatry, Member of WPA Section on Epidemiology and Public Health (Italy)

Professor Mauro Giovanni Carta, most prominent expert of social psychiatry and psychiatric rehabilitation from Italy, will discuss about his areas of expertise in Congress Symposiums.

Mauro Giovanni Carta is Associate professor of Psychiatry at University of Cagliari, Italy. He is also Chair of three degree courses in Rehabilitation (Psychiatric Rehabilitation Techniques; Speech Therapy and Physiotherapy) at the University of Cagliari and Director of the online International Master titled “Mental Health in Primary Care” coordinated by several universities. He obtained his education at University of Cagliari, Italian National Health Institute and School of Cognitive Psychotherapy, both in Rome, Italy.

Currently, Prof. Carta is President of the Mediterranean Society on Mental Health and a member of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) Section on Epidemiology and Public Health. He is responsible for the University Centre for Research and Therapy in Mental Health of Iglesias in Sardinia, Italy, and Centre for Psychiatric Consultation and Psychosomatics at the Hospital Agency of the University of Cagliari.

Interests of Dr. Carta are Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Rehabilitation. He has served as the coordinator of many national and international research projects, such as Joint Action on Mental Health – Executive Agency for Health and Consumers of the European Union or SPERA-S Project. His work consists of over 150 publications, as well as several books and boo chapters.

SYMPOSIUM SL1: MENTAL HEALTH OF SCHOOL CHILDREN IN EUROPE

Lambda Hall

CHAIR Viviane Kovess-Masfety (France) CO-CHAIR Sigita Lesinskienė (Lithuania) SPEAKER THEMES Viviane Kovess-Masfety (France), Anders Boyd (France) & SCMHE group: SCMHE Project: Purpose and Methodology: the Role of Parental Attitudes on Children‘s Mental Health. Mathilde Husky (France), Anders Boyd (France) & SCMHE group: Children‘s Mental Health Across Eight Countries: Results of Self Evaluation Using the DI. Sigita Lesinskienė […]

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