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Here you will find links to mental health assocated networks and organisations.

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  • EuroHealthnet
    EuroHealthnet is the network of health promotion and public health agencies in Europe. Our aim is to improve the health of European citizens by striving for a healthier Europe between and within countries. We achieve this by coordinating the work of 31 national and regional agencies in Europe thereby constituting a valuable platform for information, advice, policy and advocacy on health issues at EU level. Languages: English
  • European Mental Health Implementation Project
    EMIP aims to support action to improve the mental health of Europeans. EMIP is an acronym for “Implementation of Mental Health Promotion and Prevention Policies and Strategies in EU Member States and Applicant Countries”. Initiated in August 2004, the EMIP project will run until July 2006. It brings together 8 European Networks and 12 national partners to share knowledge, information and experience on the determinants of effective implementation of mental health promotion. Languages: English
  • National Research and Development Centre for Welfare and Health (STAKES)
    STAKES is an expert agency in the field of social welfare and health care. It produces information and expertise for policymakers and other stakeholders.
    * Promotes the welfare and health of the population and develops social and health services.
    * Assesses changes affecting welfare and health, evaluates the outcomes of welfare policy and brings forth new alternatives.
    * Strengthens welfare expertise in Finland.
    Our core activities are research, development and information production.
    Languages: English | Finnish
  • European Network for Workplace Health Promotion
    The European Network for Workplace Health Promotion is an informal network of national occupational health and safety institutes, public health, health promotion and statutory social insurance institutions. In a joint effort, all the members and partners aim to improve workplace health and well-being and to reduce the impact of work related ill health on the European workforce. Languages: English
  • European Commission - DG Health and Consumer Protection
    Website of DG Health and Consumer Protection.
    Together with the Member States, the EU works to protect and promote the health of European people. For the Commission, health is a key priority. That is why the Commission has developed a more co-ordinated approach to European health policy: a high level of human health protection should be assured in setting out all Community policies. The Commission strives to improve public health in the European Union, to prevent human illness and diseases and to obviate sources of danger to human health. This objective will be pursued by implementing the new Public Health programme which will become operational in 2003. Achieving high level of health protection requires close co-operation with the scientific experts. Independent and transparent risk assessments are provided through scientific committees, composed of representatives of the EU Member States.
    Languages: English | French | German | Spanish
  • European Alliance Against Depression
    The “European Alliance Against Depression (EAAD)” is an international network of experts with the aim to promote the care of depressed patients by initiating community-based intervention programmes in 18 European countries. EAAD is co-funded within the EC Public Health Programme until 2008. Languages: English
  • European Network for Mental Health Promotion and Mental Disorder Prevention
    IMPHA: a European Network for Mental Health Promotion and Mental Disorder Prevention is an international network of expert partners in 30 European countries and 7 international networks and professionals who share the aim of supporting the development and implementation of mental health promotion and mental disorder prevention action across Europe. Languages: Catalan | English
  • European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
    Addressing the diversity of occupational safety and health (OSH) issues and the need for awareness at grassroots level are beyond the resources and expertise of a single Member State. That is why in 1996 the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work was set up: to collect, analyse and promote OSH-related information. The Agency's mission is to make Europe's workplaces safer, healthier and more productive, and in particular to promote an effective workplace prevention culture. Languages: Danish | Dutch | English | Finnish | German | Greek | Hungarian | Italian | Latvian | Lithuanian | Maltese | Polish | Portuguese | Romanian | Russian | Slovak | Slovenian | Spanish | Swedish
  • World Health Organisation
    WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends. Languages: Chinese | English | French | Russian | Spanish

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