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27/10/2010 - Submitted by: Tilia Bousios

Publisher: ENMHP
Distribution Date: 27/10/2010

New Mental Health Promotion Portal Launch

The recently finished ProMenPol Project had developed one of the most visited mental health promotion websites in Europe. Regularly visited by thousands of people per month, its functionality of tools and methods for mental health promotion across the lifecycle is to be maintained and augmented with the launch of a new mental health promotion portal on October 28th 2010.

This Portal will extend the range of information available on the ProMenPol website to include a site dedicated to e-learning in relation to mental health promotion and a site dedicated to supporting the implementation of mental health promotion in the schools, workplace and older people's residence settings.

The structure of the new portal is:

  • ENMHP: European Network for Mental Health Promotion (ENMHP). This site will act as an umbrella for mental health promotion websites. It will also build on the network of more that 800 mental health promotion professionals to create what is planned as the largest network dedicated to mental health promotion in Europe and elsewhere.
  • ProMenPol: This site will contain all of the material and tools developed within the lifetime of the ProMenPol Project and beyond. It will continue to be updated for the next three years.
  • Mind-Health:. This site is dedicated to providing training in mental health promotion via an e-learning package that is under development. The first version of this package will be available before the end of 2010.
  • MHP-Hands: This site is dedicated to the development and testing of a set of implementation manuals for mental health promotion. Its aim is to support the practice of mental health promotion in the field.

During the ProMenPol project, a Newsletter was produced on a quarterly basis. This newsletter will continue over the next 3 years but will be re-branded as the ENMHP newsletter. It will continue to provide you with news and views from around Europe in relation to mental health promotion and it will continue to allow you as members of the network to continue to contribute material.

We hope that you will like the new website and that you will be interested in the new material being developed. The ENMHP Team look forward to building our relationship with you over the coming years.

On behalf of the Project Team:

Dr. Richard Wynne, Work Research Centre: Email: r [dot] wynne [at]


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