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Qatar National Library Holds Public Educational Awareness

Seminar with Hamad Medical Corporation to Promote Mental Health Awareness





Qatar National Library marked Mental Health Awareness Month with an enlightening and interactive public event held in collaboration with Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC)’s Mental Health Service, the main provider of specialized mental health care and treatment in Qatar.


The event featured a diverse array of engaging elements including short, informative presentations and multiple breakout sessions led by experts. HMC psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, pharmacologists, and other specialists shared their perspectives and strategies for fostering positive change.


The symposium welcomed the general public interested in expanding their understanding of mental health topics, equipping them with insights to respond compassionately when support is needed. It also served as a dynamic platform, fostering a safe and inclusive environment for the exchange of knowledge and personal experience with professionals from various disciplines.


Throughout the event, participants had multiple opportunities to connect with the experts, emphasizing the Library’s commitment to offering an engaging and supportive space. It also served as a step toward breaking the stigma surrounding mental health issues and promoting an open dialogue about mental health and well-being.


By collaborating with local partners such as HMC’s Mental Health Service, Qatar National Library ensures that its services are tailored to meet the needs of all members of the community. This event represents a significant step forward in fostering a mentally healthy society and nurturing a culture of understanding and support.


For a complete list of QNL events, please visit the Events page on the Library’s website (www.qnl.qa/en/events) or the QNL mobile app which is free and available for download globally on iOS devices from the App Store and for Android from Google Play.




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