IMPLEMENTING COMPREHENSIVE, EVIDENCE-BASED AND RIGHTS-CENTRED STRATEGIES FOR MENTAL HEALTH CARE ACROSS EUROPE
Venue and date
WARSAW EXPO XXI, Prądzyńskiego 12/14, 01-222, Warsaw, Poland
Saturday 6 April 2019, 9:00 - 13:30
About the EPA Forum
In spite of the advances in mental health research and care, practices in the EU Member States remain highly heterogeneous, and range from excellent to largely insufficient. Improving governance for mental health is necessary to implement comprehensive, evidence-based and rights-centered strategies for mental health care across Europe.
In line with the motto of the EPA Congress 2019, "Psychiatry in Transition – Towards New Models, Goals and Challenges", the 5th EPA Forum will address these issues and stimulate debate around the current developments in Europe (and beyond), emerging paradigms and future perspectives.
The first session will focus on examples of EU contributions to the identification of main needs and gaps in mental health research and care, as well as the identification and dissemination of best practices. The second session will address the impact of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) on the present scenario of Mental Health Policies, Research and Care.
The Forum is open to all Congress delegates.
The EU Contribution to Mental Health Policy and Transfer of Best Practices in Mental Health at EU Member States Level
9:00 - 10:55
Chairs: Silvana Galderisi, Philip Gorwood
Research and Innovation in Mental Health
ROAMER and Horizon 2020: Priorities in Clinical Mental Health Research
Joseph M. Haro
EU-Compass for Action on Mental Health and Well-Being
Innovative Programmes, Practices and Policies for E-Mental Health
The Impact of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) on Mental Health Policies, Research and Care
11:30 - 13:35
Chairs: Wolfgang Gaebel, Danuta Wasserman
The CRPD - Report on the Right of Everyone to Enjoy the Highest Attainable Standard of Physical and Mental Health
Mental Health, Standards of Care and Human Rights
Daniel Chisholm(WHO Europe)
The WPA Perspective
The Users’ and EPA Perspective
The Families' and Carers’ Perspective