Bengaluru: NIMHANS conferred with WHO Nelson Mandela Award for Health Promotion

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10-02-2024

    Award is a validation to the vision that has guided NIMHANS: Pratima

    The Nelson Manela Award was established in 2019

    NIMHANS celebrates its 50th anniversary

The National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS) has been conferred with the World Health Organisation (WHO) Nelson Mandela Award for Health Promotion. We are immensely proud to receive the prestigious Nelson Mandela Award for Health Promotion at this juncture of our institutional journey. This award is not only a recognition of our past and present achievements but also a validation to the enduring legacy and vision that has guided NIMHANS since its inception. It reinforces our resolve to continue our mission of promoting mental health and well-being – making a tangible difference in the lives of those we serve,” Pratima Murthy, Director, NIMHANS said. 

This award coincides with NIMHANS celebrating its 50th anniversary. “The Nelson Mandela Award for Health Promotion, established by WHO in 2019, recognizes individuals, institutions and/or governmental or non-governmental organisations that have demonstrated remarkable contributions to health promotion. The award is a testament to NIMHANS’ dedication and outstanding contributions to promoting mental health and well-being. NIMHANS has been at the forefront of mental health and neurosciences, championing innovative approaches to research, education, and patient care. It has been instrumental in initiating and implementing avant-garde mental health programs that address the needs of diverse populations. Its efforts in integrating mental health care into general health care, developing community-based strategies, and pioneering digital health interventions have been recognized globally,” a press release from NIMHANS stated.

Bengaluru: NIMHANS conferred with WHO Nelson Mandela Award for Health Promotion

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    Award is a validation to the vision that has guided NIMHANS: Pratima

    The Nelson Manela Award was established in 2019

    NIMHANS celebrates its 50th anniversary

The National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS) has been conferred with the World Health Organisation (WHO) Nelson Mandela Award for Health Promotion. We are immensely proud to receive the prestigious Nelson Mandela Award for Health Promotion at this juncture of our institutional journey. This award is not only a recognition of our past and present achievements but also a validation to the enduring legacy and vision that has guided NIMHANS since its inception. It reinforces our resolve to continue our mission of promoting mental health and well-being – making a tangible difference in the lives of those we serve,” Pratima Murthy, Director, NIMHANS said. 

This award coincides with NIMHANS celebrating its 50th anniversary. “The Nelson Mandela Award for Health Promotion, established by WHO in 2019, recognizes individuals, institutions and/or governmental or non-governmental organisations that have demonstrated remarkable contributions to health promotion. The award is a testament to NIMHANS’ dedication and outstanding contributions to promoting mental health and well-being. NIMHANS has been at the forefront of mental health and neurosciences, championing innovative approaches to research, education, and patient care. It has been instrumental in initiating and implementing avant-garde mental health programs that address the needs of diverse populations. Its efforts in integrating mental health care into general health care, developing community-based strategies, and pioneering digital health interventions have been recognized globally,” a press release from NIMHANS stated.

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