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Project Title:

Joint Action on Mental Health and Well-being

Project Acronym:

MH-WB

Grant Agreement N°:

2012 22 02

Funding Programme:

Second Programme of Community Action in the Field of Health 2008-2013

Start Date:

01.02.2013

Project Duration:

36 months

JA Leader:

Faculdade de Ciencias Medicas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (FCM/UNL) - Portogallo

JA Partners

BKK Bundesverband-Federal Association / Company Health Insurance Fund (Germania), Ministry of Health - Health Directorate General, (Portogallo), National Institute for Health and Welfare (Finlandia), Semmelweis University Budapest (Ungheria), Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Integrata Verona – AOUI VR (Italia), Republic of Slovenia Ministry of Health (Slovenia), National Center of Public Health and Analyses, (Bulgaria), Ministry of Health of the Republic of Croatia (Croazia), Danish Health and Medicines Authority-National Board of Health (Danimarca), Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic (Slovacchia), Ministry of Health, Social Services, and Equality (Spagna), STICHTING TRIMBOS – Instituut, Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and Addiction (Olanda), Health Services Executive (Irlanda), Ministry of Health, Elderly & Community Care (Malta), The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Norvegia), Scottish Executive (Gran Bretagna), South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (Gran Bretagna), The National Board of Health and Welfare (Svezia), Directorate of Health in Iceland, (Islanda), Eesti-Rootsi Vaimse Tervise ja Suitsidoloogia Instituut (Estonia), University of Leipzig (Germania), Slimibu profilakses un kontroles centrs-Center for Disease Prevention and Control of the Republic of Latvia (Lettonia), Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (Finlandia), EUROGIP (France), Pécsi Tudományegyetem (Ungheria), Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO (Olanda), Health Insurance institute of Slovenia (Slovenia), Azienda USL Bologna (Italia), Mielenterveysseura r.y. (Finlandia)

WP7 Partners

Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Integrata Verona – AOUI VR (Italia), National Institute for Health and Welfare (Finlandia), Ministry of Health of the Republic of Croatia (Croazia), Republic of Slovenia Ministry of Health (Slovenia), Ministry of Health, Elderly & Community Care (Malta), The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Norvegia), South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (Gran Bretagna), Directorate of Health in Iceland, (Islanda), Eesti-Rootsi Vaimse Tervise ja Suitsidoloogia Instituut (Estonia)

Overall Budget:

€ 3.061.737,65

Scientific Coordinator

Dott.Lorenzo Rampazzo

Contatti:

Dott.ssa Alexandra Mocanu alexandra.mocanu@aovr.veneto.it

Project Website:

www.mentalhealthandwellbeing.eu

Project Description:

he European Joint Action in Mental Health and Well-being aims at establishing a process for structured collaborative work in Mental Health policy at the European level leading to the development of an endorsed framework for action and builds on previous work developed under the European Pact for Mental Health and Well-being.

AOUI Verona is an Associated Partner of the Joint Action and leads work package (WP)7 – Mental Health and Schools.

The aim of WP7 is to developan action framework for cooperation between the health and social sector and the education sector on the management of mental illness prevention and mental health and well-being promotion, including educational attainment, among children and adolescents as part of a commonly endorsed action framework on mental health and well being in Europe.

The main focus of this WP is on developing and implementing policies that may contribute to a more effective cooperation between the health and social sector and the education sector.