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Rachel JENKINS Rachel Jenkins Professor of Epidemiology and International Mental Health Kings College London, UK Email: Rachel.Jenkins@kcl.ac.uk Rachel Jenkins is a consultant psychiatrist, epidemiologist and mental health policy maker. She has been the director of the WHO Collaborating Center, Institute of Psychiatry at Kings College London since 1997, where she is Professor of Epidemiology and International Mental Health Policy. She works with governments, international and national organisations. Dr. Jenkins functions in many roles with these organizations: to give support regarding mental health policy and its implementation to low and middle income countries, to conduct epidemiological and controlled trial research, to build capacity for mental health services and to train mental health providers. Dr. Jenkins has a variety of projects across Africa (Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Zambia), the Middle East (Egypt, Iraq, Yemen and Oman), Asia (Pakistan, Sri Lanka) and Europe, including the former Soviet Union. She initiated the British National Psychiatric Morbidity Survey Programme (1993-present) and led the mental health component of the UK government Foresight Mental Capital and Wellbeing project 2008. She was previously Principal Medical Officer for Mental Health in England’s Department of Health from 1987-1996. She has around 400 publications, including 260 peer review articles and 40 books and monographs.