This dynamic website is brought to you by a team of medical and healthcare writers, sponsored by Lundbeck, whose goal is to deliver the latest news, views and insights relating to a variety of topics within psychiatry and neurology. A mix of face-to-face interviews, current reviews, videos and webinars, insights from global and local opinion leaders and timely reporting from international and national congresses are curated on this platform to cover your educational needs.
More than 700 million people worldwide are affected by psychiatric and neurological disorders – a figure that represents 13% of total global disease burden1. Progress in Mind is founded on and reflects Lundbeck’s dedication to help address this global burden. Lundbeck is committed to the search for improved medical treatments, and through Progress in Mind, we hope to further support and encourage greater communication about and around psychiatric and neurological disorders.
Psychiatric and neurological disorders are global health problems2. In supporting the Progress in Mind Resource Centre, we hope to engender and enable continuous focus on the many unmet needs of patients. We want to communicate and spread greater awareness of the massive economic and societal burden posed by psychiatric and neurological disorders.
With our position as a specialist in psychiatry and neurology, we want not only to raise disease awareness, but also to engage with and support the many stakeholders working towards the international agenda and goals for better and broader acceptance of patients and their diagnoses - reducing stigma and helping increase the opportunities for better patient care and treatment. This Resource Centre has been created with the aim of supporting the International Psychiatry and Neurology community in accessing engaging medical education content and stimulating peer-led discussion.
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1. http://www.who.int/mental_health/en/, http://www.who.int/mental_health/neurology/en/
2. WHO Quality Rights Project – addressing a hidden emergency, 2011