Co-producing a rights-based, recovery-oriented intervention for psychosis in sub-Saharan Africa

10:00-11:30 BST
LSHTM (Hybrid)

Monday 4 September 2023


Room LG8, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, London WC1E 7HT


Hilda Chinoko (SUCCEED Malawi) & Philani Ama Kinyabo (SUCCEED Zimbabwe)


SUCCEED Africa is a FCDO-funded Health Research Programme Consortium working to co-produce a six-year programme of research to design and evaluate a holistic intervention for people with lived experience of psychosis in Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe. In this seminar, two SUCCEED peer researchers (Hilda Chinoko, SUCCEED Malawi & Philani Ama Kinyabo, SUCCEED Zimbabwe) will reflect on the value of collaboration between people with lived experience and people with professional experience in shaping SUCCEED Africa’s activities and outputs to-date, plus opportunities and challenges in promoting involvement across all stages of the research cycle. Participants can join the event in-person or online. Advance registration required (see below). All are welcome to join, please feel free to share with your networks.

Registration & recording:

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