The Recovery-Oriented Mental Health System transformation in India (ROMHSI) study aims to transform mental health in India towards a focus on recovery and rights, in order to benefit 150 million Indian people living with mental health conditions.
The first study – ROMHSI-1 – was funded by Global Challenges Relief Fund (GCRF) and ran from August 2019 to July 2020. ROMHSI-1 had three objectives:
Objective 1: To create a new mental health Recovery Research Network in India (RRN-India)
The first meeting of RRN-India was held in February 2020. See here for more information.
Objective 2: To co-produce a theory of change for recovery-oriented mental health system transformation in India
Objective 3: To support future research collaborations.
The co-produced theory of change underpins a planned Interdisciplinary Research Project called ROMHSI-2, involving the ROMHSI-1 partners and new Indian partners. It will be submitted for funding in 2020.