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Results 41 to 46 out of 46.

  • EU Well Being Forum - Investing in Well-Being at Work - Addressing Psychosocial Risks in Times of Change
    The European Commission together with the Belgium presidency of the Council of the European Union is holding a three day conference Forum on wellbeing at work in times of economic change.
  • Mental Health Conference Discusses Ways to Promote Social Inclusion and Combat Stigma
    Today, the Commissioner for Health and Consumers, John Dalli, together with Portuguese Minister of Health, Ana Jorge, and Minister of Labour and Social Solidarity, Maria Helena André, open the high-level conference "Promoting Social Inclusion and Combating Stigma for better Mental Health and Well-being" in Lisbon. This 2-day conference, organised by the European Commission and the Portuguese Ministry of Health in cooperation with the Portuguese Ministry of Labour and Social Solidarity, is part of the European Pact for Health and Well-being and a key event in the calendar of the European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion.
  • Newsletter from KnowandPol Scotland Health Team
    November Newsletter from the KnowandPol Scotland Health Team reporting on recently completed and ongoing research investigating knowledge in mental health policy making in Scotland.
  • European Social Partners Agree Guidelines to Tackle Third-Party Violence and Harassment at Work
    EU-level employers' and trade unions' organisations have signed guidelines to help tackle third-party violence and harassment at work. The guidelines were signed by the EU-level social partners in the healthcare, education, local and regional government, commerce and private security sectors.
  • Edinburgh Declaration on Mental Health Promotion
    The European Network for Workplace Health Promotion has made a new Declaration on mental health promotion at work. At its September meeting in Edinburgh, the ENWHP, which is made up of national representatives from the Member States and the EEA countries, declared their support for the cause of mental health promotion at work.
  • Commission Publishes Eurobarometer on Mental Health
    A poll released to mark World Mental Health Day reveals that during the 12 months preceding the survey, 15% of respondents across EU Member States sought professional help for psychological or emotional problems and 7% took antidepressants, mostly for depression or anxiety.

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