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Parvathy Ramesh is a doctoral researcher at the Division of Psychology and Mental Health, pursuing a PhD in Mental Health. Her PhD, funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund, seeks to understand suicide and self-harm among Indian women. She is part of the South Asia Self-Harm Initiative (SASHI) team.


2019-2020: Master of Science in Global Mental Health with Specialism in Mental Health Promotion. University of Glasgow. 

Dissertation: Barriers and Facilitators to Accessing Perinatal Mental Health Services among Pregnant and Postpartum Women from Low and Lower-Middle Income Countries: A Systematic Review

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  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being


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