Member Area

Don't have an account yet? Sign up now!

Forgot your Password?


Subscribe to the ENMHP Newsletter.

Print this page
Send this page
Increase font size
Decrease font size

14/06/2013 - Submitted by: Wynne Richard

The Executive Agency for Health and Consumers has just published the final report on the economics of workplace mental health promotion.  Written by the Matrix consultancy from the UK in collaboration with a multinational consortium of partners, this report summarise the available evidence in relation to:

•    Trends in workplace mental health and illness
•    The economic impact of mental disorders
•    Mental health promotion and mental disorder programmes
•    The role of health and social welfare systems

The report finishes with an analysis of the potential economic contribution of mainstreamed programmes.

This report provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive review of the area and comes to the conclusion that the economic impact of MHP programmes is almost uniformly positive, especially where they are targeted to people who have had some kind of mental health problem.

Bookmark with:


Matrx consultancy


The Executive Agency for Health and Consumers
Date published on the web: