Member Area

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

Forgot your Password?

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

All - 2009 - 2008 - 2007

  • D5.4 Conference Report Year 3
    The third ProMenPol Conference took place in Berlin on the 8th and 9th of October. This years attendance was larger than ever with approximately, 90 people attended this invitational only international conference. All Conference Presentations are now available online. Whereas a Full Conference Report is now available
  • D2.3 2008 - Annual Policy Workshop Report
    ProMenPol held its second annual policy workshop “Policy based on real people - mental health promotion and policy that makes a difference” in Brussels on Dec 11th 2008.
  • D5.4 Conference Report Year 2
    The ProMenPol project completed its second annual conference in Berlin on the 19th and 20th of June 2008. There were 66 participants, from a number of countries who came from a variety of professional backgrounds. The Full Conference Report is now available
  • D4.3 ProMenPol Toolkit Version 1
    A major focus of the ProMenPol project is to identify tools for the protection and promotion of mental health within the 3 settings of interest, educational institutions, workplace and older peoples’ residences. Over 300 tools have now been collected and categorised using the ProMenPol framework1 (for further information on the development of the framework behind the database, please refer to ProMenPol Framework V1 & V2 Deliverable - D4.1).
  • D4.1 Conceptual Framework Version 1 & 2
    At the core of the ProMenPol approach is the view that what is needed in the field of mental health promotion and protection is a way of handling complexity. This complexity arises not only from the plethora of instruments, tools, methodologies, techniques, theories and approaches that have been developed over the years but also the challenges in selecting out of this vast repertoire the right tool to address the right issue at the right time.
  • D2.3 Annual Policy Workshop Report Year 1
    The PROMENPOL Project Annual Policy Workshop - Promotion of Mental Health – Improving Practice and Policy - took place in Brussels on the 28th of November 2007. The participants included representatives from DG Employment and Social Affairs, DG SANCO, DG Education and Culture, DG Research and National Agencies in addition to PROMENPOL Partners.
  • D5.2 Conference Report Year 1
    The ProMenPol project completed its first annual conference in Berlin on the 11th and 12th of October 2007. There were 56 participants, from a number of countries who came from a variety of professional backgrounds. The Full Conference Report for Year 1 is now available.
  • ProMenPol Ethical Vision and Guidelines
    The ProMenPol project is structured into three phases of activity. In the first, a conceptual framework will be developed for understanding and organising methods and tools to promote mental health within the three settings for the project (educational institutions, workplaces and residential facilities for older people). In the second, a set of tools for the promotion of mental health will be developed while in the third these tools will be piloted in a range of settings within the participating countries and amended on the basis of their evaluation in these settings. Dissemination of the outputs of all three phases will also take place.