With the objective to humanize mental healthcare, insyaAllah next year we will be holding a workshop on World Health Organization’s (WHO) Quality Rights module. This will be a continuation from our last Quality Rights workshop, which you can read more here. What is Quality Rights, you might ask? The paragraph below from WHO’s website explains it in a nutshell:
“WHO QualityRights aims to improve the quality and human rights conditions in inpatient and outpatient mental health and social care facilities and empower organizations to advocate for the rights of people with mental and psychosocial disabilities. The care available in mental health facilities around the world is not only of poor quality but in many instances actually hinders recovery. It is common for people to be locked away in small, prison-like cells with no human contact or to be chained to their beds, unable to move. Violations are not restricted to inpatient and residential facilities however; many people seeking care from outpatient and community care services are disempowered and also experience extensive restrictions to their basic human rights.”
Coming back to the workshop, our esteemed panels are:
The topics to be covered are as follows:
- Conducting the visit to current mental health facilities to assess its human rights condition. This will be covered by Dr. Abdul Kadir
- Religion and healing, which will be covered by Ustaz Mohd Noor Deros.
Details of the program:
- Venue: MIASA (click here to locate us on Google Maps)
- Date: Sunday, 7th January 2018
- Time: 10.00am – 3.00pm
- FREE ENTRY
You may register by filling in the contact form below:
Or, you can also send us a Whatsapp message at:
- 013-878 1322
- 019-236 2423
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop a comment below. Hope to see you at the workshop, insyaAllah!