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  • Mental Health: Global Effort Sought
    Experts around the globe are calling for a joint effort to tackle the world's leading cause of suffering and disability - mental health disorders.
  • Wold Mental Health Day
    World Mental Health Day raises public awareness about mental health issues. The day promotes open discussion of mental disorders, and investments in prevention, promotion and treatment services. This year the theme for the day is “Depression: A Global Crisis”.
  • Stress at Work
    More than 70% of workplaces don’t have procedures in place to deal with occupational stress, an new report commissioned by EU-OSH states. A secondary analysis of the ESENER survey of 28000 interviews in 31 countries identifies the reasons why this is the case, despite increasing levels of stress in workplaces and legal obligations on employers to prevent psychosocial risks.
  • 10% of European Workers take Time Off for Depression
    More than 10% of workers take time off from work because of depression, accvodring to a survey undertaken for the European Depression Association. These rates vary between countries, with Britons, Danish and German worlers most likely to do so.
  • New 9 Country Study on Alcohol and Drugs at Work
    Alcohol and drugs represent a serious problem for a significant percentage of the working population (5%–20% of workers), especially in some sectors and occupations.
  • Greeks Count Mental Health Cost of a Country in Crisis
    Behind every suicide in crisis-stricken countries such as Greece there are up to 20 more people desperate enough to have tried to end their own lives.
  • The 1st European Conference on Patient Empowerment
    A summary from the 1st European Conference on Patient Empowerent held in Copenhagen 11.-12.2.2012
  • Making the Case for Mental Health Investment
    The Commission has just published a short paper on the making the long-term case for investing in mental health. This paper brings together the arguments that may be made to make the business and other cases for mental health promotion and treatment. It reviews the scientific evidence for investment in relation to 12 different areas and focuses on economic and other returns on this investment.
  • First Report on Implementation of Mental Health Pact
    The Commission has published a first report on the implementation of the mental health pact. It contains material relevant to all five settings of concern, including schools, workplaces and older people’s residences. It also contains summary accounts of the conclusions from the thematic conferences that were held as part of the Pact.
  • Launch of the MindHealth e-Learning Courses
    Today sees the publication of the final version of the MindHealth eLearning course on the website. This course, which has been two years in development, provides training to all professionals who are interested in learning more about mental health promotion.

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