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16/05/2011 - Submitted by: Sofia Ioannou

Publisher: ENWHP
Distribution Date: 20/05/2011

Issue No 2


May 2011

Please find attached the newsletter from the ENMHP network. The ENMHP consist of three websites – ProMenPol, MindHealth and MHP-Hands , each of which are dedicated to supporting different aspects of the implementation of Mental Health Promotion. ENMHP is one of the most visited websites on mental health promotion on the web and as part of its work you will receive a newsletter that outlines the progress being made on the projects as well as an update of European news on Mental Health Promotion.


In this Issue

MINDHEALTH – Newsletter Announcement

Our News

Mental Health Pact Conference on the Workplace

New Project on Job Retention and Reintegration

Read more News

Our Events

14th European Health Forum Gastein - Innovation and Wellbeing: European Health in 2020 and Beyond 05/10/2011 - 08/10/2011

5th International FOHNEU Congress on Occupational Health 19/09/2012 - 21/09/2012

1st Global Conference on Music and Mental Health 05/08/2011 - 07/08/2011

Read more Events

Mind Health - Training for Mental Health Promotion
ProMenPol - Database of Tools and Methods for promoting Mental Health
MHP Handbook - Manuals for Implementing Mental Health Promotion Projects



MINDHEALTH – Newsletter Announcement


Dear ENMHP Newsletter Recipients,


The MindHealth project (funded under the Leonardo Lifelong Learning Programme) has developed an initial version of an e-learning course which aims to support practitioners in understanding, planning and implementing mental health promotion initiatives in their organisation.


The MindHealth course addresses the three settings schools, workplaces and older people’s residences with an emphasis on organisational activities.


A comprehensive common module provides an introduction to the general topic of mental health promotion, highlights its underlying principles, outlines scopes of action and key areas as well as and introduces cornerstones of implementing MHP initiatives. In addition, the setting-specific modules provide tailored information to practitioners in each of the settings.


The MindHealth Project Team would like to invite you to have a look at the course and provide feedback from your professional point of view – whether you may have experience in the field of mental health promotion, training and other relating areas.


In order to access the course please register to become a member of the ENMHP website and inform Ms. Rena Hohenstein ( to be granted access.


Please click here to access the questionnaire.


The questionnaire implemented online is for obtaining feedback from users who are not yet acquainted with the topic of mental health promotion. Therefore we would like to ask you to only use the link mentioned above.


We value your feedback and look forward to hear about your comments.


For instructions on how to activate the MindHealth Course please view the associated pdf.




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