The ICMH-SG started in 2011 as a small network of researchers from undeveloped and developing world regions. Since then, the ICMH-SG has made significant contributions to cross-cultural child and adolescent mental health (CAMH) research. It aspires to future improvements in CAMH practice and excellent cross-cultural CAMH research based on multisite projects that include different world regions and functional knowledge acquired beyond traditional educational systems, with enhanced and extended collaborations across professional disciplines.
The ICMH-SG plans three strategic tracks for its activities over the following years: to deliver directly impactful research, facilitate knowledge exchange, and extend collaborations. Read more in our article.