WHO’s QualityRights initiative aims to improve the quality of care in mental health and related services and to promote the rights of people with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities.
The associated QualityRights e-training, available in 11 languages, including English, Spanish and French, covers: taking care of one’s own mental health; supporting friends, family and colleagues with their mental health; tackling stigma, discrimination, abuse and coercion in mental health services; and taking action in support of transformation of mental health services towards a person-centred, rights-based recovery approach.
The training has been developed for a wide variety of groups, including people involved in making decisions about mental health care provision, those who provide mental health care and psychosocial support, and people who have received or are receiving support for their mental health.
Languages can be selected on the top menu on the signing page, accesible in the following button:
Sign up to the QualityRights e-training
WHO would love to hear how the training has made a positive impact in your workplace, community or country, for example through the launch of an advocacy campaign, a nationwide training initiative, the transformation of a mental health service or even policy reform.
Information submitted may be used in the public domain to highlight the benefits of the QualityRights programme. WHO will contact you before publishing any information you have submitted.