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INVEST Conference 2024

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15.5.2024 at 16.00 - 17.5.2024 at 16.00
The conference will take place on 15-17 May in the Educarium building of the University of Turku. The INVEST Conference is an interdisciplinary, international and high-level scientific conference. Bringing together researchers from different countries and disciplines, it is an excellent opportunity...

INVEST is the first Finnish Flagship to get an external assessment

05.02.2024

Research Flagship Centre INVEST is commissioning an international external assessment of its activities and future options as the first Finnish Flagship. The assessment will help INVEST and its host organisations to decide on the future of its activities after the end of the current flagship period. 

INVEST Conference: Digitalization, social inequality and behavioural change

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15.5.2024 at 9.00 - 17.5.2024 at 17.00
The INVEST Conference is an interdisciplinary, international and high-class scientific conference. The topic of this year’s seminar is Digitalization, Social Inequality and Behavioral Change. In the Congress we have two interesting keynote speeches given by Vili Lehdonvirta , University of Oxford...

Global perspectives on child and adolescent mental health in times of crises

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8.9.2023 at 8.30 - 14.30
Research Flagship Centre INVEST and the Research Centre for Child Psychiatry will organise an international seminar on global mental health. The seminar consists of nine lectures given by researchers from Finland, Ukraine, Kenya, the Philippines, Argentina, Israel, Greece and Singapore. The topics...

New Psychiatric Diagnoses among Finnish Children and Adolescents Increased by Nearly a Fifth After First Pandemic Phase

16.05.2023

According to a new study conducted by the Research Centre for Child Psychiatry of the University of Turku and the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, the amount of new psychiatric diagnoses by Finnish specialist services increased by nearly a fifth among children and adolescents in Finland after the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. The diagnoses increased particularly among females, adolescents and those living in the Helsinki region, which had the highest COVID-19 rates and tightest restrictions when compared to the rest of the country.