Friday, June 4, 2010

Careers In Global Mental Health

Hi Everyone, Happy Friday :) I came across this announcement on NIMH. I am going to check out what careers are available. Maybe it will save me the hassle of having to get a master's degree. I have a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and a minor in social work so hopefully I can qualify for one of their positions. And of course it is Friday so let's have some laughs and jam a bit. I am thankful that I got my tubes tied 17 yrs ago, after having Bri for a full day I remembered how much work kids are, and I don't like to work that hard!! When she was out of my sight for one second in the bathroom she decided to bath her body with my toilet bowl brush that she dipped in the toilet OMG!! She ate her candy bar before lunch, she took full advantage of the fact that she was with Mimmi who never say's no. I really feel sorry for those ladies out there that wait to have their kids at the age of 40 almost, seriously dumb idea LOL!!! Just heard Fergie is blaming selling her husband on the Alcohol, ya right, she is as bright as that ump that blew the perfect game. Although the eighties were good to me and I don't remember that much because of all that "goodness", the decade produced some good music, not like most of the crap on the radio today. I don't even listen to the radio, just Cd's
Have a great weekend,
Love ya,
Janet :)

Some repeats but still funny :)

Meeting Announcement
Careers in Global Mental Health
July 30, 2010

Sponsored by:
Office for Research on Disparities & Global Mental Health
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Global Mental Health

The NIMH Office for Research on Disparities & Global Mental Health invites qualified and early career professionals to the Careers in Global Mental Health meeting on July 30, 2010. The meeting will bring together early career clinical and research professionals (including medical and public health students) for an interactive forum, with the goal of orienting them to research careers in global mental health. We encourage individuals (recent graduates in any of the following disciplines: medicine, psychiatry, neurosciences, psychology, social work, public health, epidemiology, anthropology, sociology and other relevant degrees) interested in developing their skills and knowledge for addressing global mental health challenges through innovative research to apply.
Application Process
Interested individuals should submit a one page application to Jude Awuba by June 4, 2010.
Applications should include the following information:
1. A brief biographical statement (not to exceed 100 words)
2. The applicant’s personal, academic, or professional (including volunteer) experience that has shaped his or her interest in global mental health (not to exceed 200 words)
3. What the applicant hopes to gain from participating in the meeting (not to exceed 150 words)
4. A letter of recommendation
5. Complete contact information: street address, telephone number, and e-mail address
Selected candidates will be contacted by June 16, 2010.
For more information about the Office for Research on Disparities & Global Mental Health, visit the Office website.
For information about the application process, please contact Jude Awuba.
by email

1 comment:

  1. Hi Janet ~ I wish you well in your search for a new job. It would seem your glass is neither half full, nor half empty - but drained. It would be good to fill it from a fresh stream