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  • Young People’s Mental Health in Europe: Promoting Prevention and Early Intervention Through Multi-Sector Cooperation
    26/04/2016 - 26/04/2016
    With more than half of the mental disorders of young people surfacing before the age of 25, it is essential to provide appropriate support and care at a sufficient early stage. Although the number and quality of the support services offered has considerably increased and improved, the overall share of young people opting to seek help from these channels is struggling to meet the existing offer.

    This timely international symposium provides an invaluable opportunity to evaluate the current state of mental health policies for young people at EU level and to discover best practices in the field of prevention and early intervention. It will address innovative approaches to support young people’s mental health in both family and school settings, while also focusing on the action of health services in the promotion of mental well-being. This symposium will also address the role of new technologies and social media as a double-edged instrument in the hands of children and young adolescents.
  • Improving Young People’s Mental Health in Europe: Transforming Lives, Strengthening Prevention
    23/06/2015 - 23/06/2015
    According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) report on the ‘Health of Young People in Europe’, mental disorders in young people are on the rise with an estimated 10- 20% of young Europeans suffering from mental or behavioural disorders.

    This timely international symposium provides an invaluable opportunity to assess the current state of mental health policies for young people at the European level and to discover best practices in the field of prevention and early intervention. It will address measures to support young people’s mental health in both school and family settings, while also focusing on the action of health services and community environment in the promotion of mental well-being.
  • Fostering Healthy Workplaces for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth
    24/02/2015 - 24/02/2015
    Workplace accidents in the EU claim more than 3 million victims per year and over 4,000 workers die due to serious accidents, according to a report issued by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (OSHA). The human suffering, as well as the economic burden of poor occupational safety and health is unacceptably high. Positive workplaces not only increase workers’ health, safety and wellbeing, but also companies' productivity and competitiveness. Studies have shown that for each Euro invested in prevention the return ranges between 1.29 and 2.89 Euros.
  • Young People and Mental Health: Prevention and Early Intervention in Europe
    30/05/2013 - 30/05/2013
    According to the latest EU Youth Report, mental illnesses among young people are more common than ever in the European Union. An estimated 10-20% of young Europeans suffer from mental health illnesses, with one-fifth suffering from developmental, emotional and behavioural problems.
  • Positive psychology at work - towards flourishing workplaces
    25/08/2013 - 29/08/2013
    Positive psychology as an approach especially in relation to work-life - work engagement, leadership issues, flourishing teams and innovativeness.
  • Mental Health Throughout Life
    03/04/2013 - 05/04/2013
    Mechanisms of vulnerability for mental illnesses over lifetime will be the focus of the Volkswagen Foundation’s second Herrenhausen Conference. Concentrating on particularly sensitive and susceptible phases of mental development (Sessions 1: Early Brain Development; Session 2: Adolescence; Session 3: Adulthood), renowned experts will share their latest research and insights into risk for and resilience against mental illnesses.

    Registration will be open from November 15, 2012 until March 20, 2013
    Travel grant for junior scientists (Ph.D. students, Postdocs) available. Applicants are required to apply until December 3, 2012 by using the application form provided on the conference's website.
  • GovKnow inaugural Mental Health Conference - London 2012
    16/10/2012 - 16/10/2012
    In October 2011, the Centre for Mental Health estimated the cost of ill mental health to the economy at £105bn, more than the entire NHS budget. With this in mind, it is important that practitioners and stakeholders from across the public, private and third sectors come together to discuss the potential solutions to the challenges we face from ill mental health.
  • 17th Annual Cross Cultural Mental Health Conference on “Envisioning the Future”
    03/10/2012 - 04/10/2012
    The 17th Annual Cross Cultural Mental Health Conference on “Envisioning the Future” is being hosted this year on October 3rd and 4th, 2013. On behalf of Dr. Soma Ganesan, Department Head Psychiatry Vancouver Acute/Community at VCH, Director Cross Cultural Program at UBC and Co-Chair of the Cross Cultural Mental Health Conference, we wanted to pass along information about the conference with the request of including it in your news bulletin board/newsletter/events calendar and to circulate it to your staff and anyone else who would be interested in attending.
  • Occupational Health Services in Transition - NIVA
    06/11/2012 - 08/11/2012
    A 3 day training programme will be held on 6-8 November 2012 by NIVA, the Nordic Institute for Advanced Training in Occupational Health.
  • A New Approach to Mental Health: Improving Outcomes for All
    22/03/2012 - 22/03/2012
    A New Approach to Mental Health will tackle the big issues facing mental healthcare, such as how to deliver a coordinated approach across the NHS, local government, voluntary sector, employers and other public sector bodies that will improve outcomes.

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