Mental Health and Substance Use Among University Students in Ukraine During the War: Results of a Nationwide Survey

Kyiv, Ukraine,
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ISSUP Ukraine cordially invites you to join its upcoming webinar on Mental Health and Substance Use Among University Students in Ukraine During the War.

Time: 1:00 PM Kyiv | 11:00 AM London

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During the webinar, the impact of the war in Ukraine on the mental health of students will be discussed. We will present the results of research on the mental health of student youth. Particular attention will be paid to the problem of substance use among students during the war and ways to overcome the problems. Presentation will include the results of the implementation of the online course "Introduction to evidence-based prevention" (INEP) in Ukrainian.  

Intended Audience:

  • Mental health and Substance use professionals
  • Researchers
  • Counsellors
  • Prevention professionals

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Dissemination of knowledge about the role of traumatic events and mental disorders among university students during the war in Ukraine regarding the levels of substance use. 

  2. Development of strategies for effective prevention, screening of mental disorders, and the application of advanced forms of intervention among university students during and after the war. 

Presenters:

Nataliia Pimenova

Specialist of the Institute of Psychiatry Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine) 

Violetta Seleznova

PhD student in economics, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Participant in an interdisciplinary project dedicated to mental health issues. (Ukraine). 

Moderator: 

Irina Pinchuk

Prof.,MD, Ph.D, Head of ISSUP Ukraine National Chapter, Director of Institute of Psychiatry of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.

 

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Event Language

English