Tematiska utbyten IIMHL

Följande tematiska utbyten genomfördes 28-29 maj 2018. Klicka på titlarna för mer information och dokumentation från respektive tematiskt utbyte.

Mer information om tematiska utbyten


  1. Promoting the Mental Health of the Immigrants

    Location: Helsinki, Finland
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Finnish National Institute of Health and Welfare and Dutch Association of Mental Health and Addiction Care

  2. Facilitating young people’s involvement and advocacy in service design and delivery, policy and research

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Tilia, Sweden, Mental Health Foundation, UK and Frayme, Canada

  3. Mental health and aging – A public health challenge. How do we bridge the gap?

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Host: Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare

  4. Children & Youth – Innovations Across Countries

    Location: Malmoe, Sweden
    Host: Malmoe University Hospital and Werry Workforce Whāraurau

  5. Building bridges – empowering Sámi and Indigenous Mental Wellness

    Location: Karasjok, Norway
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Sámi Norwegian National Advisory Unit on Mental Health and Substance Abuse (Norway), Wharerata Leadership Group

  6. Tackling Stigma as the Route to Mental Health Inclusion

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Hjärnkoll (Sweden’s anti-strigma campaign) and Time to Change (England’s anti-stigma campaign) and See Me (Scotland)

  7. Building bridges between families/carers & service systems

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Host/Co-Hosts: NSPH (Swedish National Collaboration for Mental Health) and Nka – Nationellt kompetenscentrum anhöriga – för ett anhörigvänligt samhälle (The Swedish Family Care Competence Centre)

  8. Substance Dependency and Mental Health – How do we build the bridge

    Location: Malmö, Sweden
    Host: Scania County, Sweden

  9. When Mental Health meets Human Rights

    Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Region Västra Götaland and Mental Health Europe

  10. Peer support and peer involvement in strategy development – practical implications and different experiences worldwide

    Location: Gothenburg
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Regional Knowledge Center for Mental Health within Region Västra Götaland, Sweden. NSPHiG – Swedish Partnership for Mental Health in Gothenburg and Scottish Recovery Network

  11. Innovative approaches to mental health in primary care

    Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: University of Gothenburg + Division of Primary Care & Region of West Sweden and Wellbeing Trust (USA) and King´s Fund (England)

  12. Prevention and Health promotion of Perinatal and Infant Mental Health and Development

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts:  Public Health Agency of Sweden and The National Board of Health and Welfare

  13. Self-harming behaviour – building bridges between preventive and clinical approches

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Host: Swedish National Self-harm Project

  14. Serious Mental Illness and Physical Health

    Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Region of West and Ken Jue Consulting (USA)

  15. Improving Mental Health Crisis Care

    Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Host: Department of Health – England and the Dutch Association of Mental Health and Addiction Care

  16. Transforming public mental health and wellbeing with ‘ACE’ (Adverse Childhood Experiences) related innovation; getting beyond clinical to community

    Location – Glasgow, Scotland
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: The Mental Health Foundation (Scotland), the Scottish ACEs Hub and The Big Anxiety Festival (Australia)

  17. Building bridges beyond borders: Cities and urban regions as platforms for mental health (I-CIRCLE)

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Stockholm County Council and Mental Health Foundation, UK

  18. Implementing cross-sectoral policies for suicide prevention – challenges and opportunities

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Public Health Agency of Sweden and US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), USA

  19. Optimizing the promise of school mental health – a roadmap to inclusion and better health

    Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Region of West Sweden and SMHILE (School Mental Health International Leadership Exchange)

  20. Better outcomes for workbased intervention programs to promote health, workability and reduce sick leave

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts: Mission Mental Health, Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR)

  21. The right to work in practice – from stigma and segregation to human rights and integration

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Mission Mental Health, SALAR and Mental Health Europé

  22. “Ask Once Get Help Fast” Building Connected; Compassionate; Efficient & Effective Support for People Presenting in Distress.

    Location: Edinburgh/Glasgow, Scotland
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: The National Distress Brief Intervention (DBI) Central Team on behalf of the Scottish Government & Distress Brief Intervention Programme Board (Police Scotland, Scottish Ambulance Service, NHS24, Health Scotland, University of Glasgow, Scottish Government, Health & Social Care and NGO’s)

  23. Mental Health Metrics – International comparison of mental health systems

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Penumbra (Scotland), Mission Mental Health, Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR), Sweden, NHS England Benchmarking, England and Mental Health Foundation (UK), England

  24. Digital Technologies for Mental Health- Building Virtual Bridges for Prevention

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden – Hosts: Research Institute of Sweden (RISE)
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: RISE Research Institutes of Sweden  and Mental Health Foundation UK

  25. The Role of Research Funders and Intermediaries in Mental Health Systems Improvement

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Swedish research Council for Health, Working Life (Forte) and McMaster University, Canada

  26. Financing and economic modelling to incentivize better mental health outcomes 

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Hosts/Co-Hosts: Mission Mental Health, Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR) and London School of Economics, England

  27.   Transforming mental health through large scale arts initiatives

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Host/Co-Host: Darling Desperados (Stockholm), Big Anxiety Festival (Sydney) & Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival

Share on: