On 6 February, the EPA took part in the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Recover-E project held in Utrecht, Netherlands.
The meeting, organised by the Trimbos Institute (project coordinator), has gathered together all partners of the Recover-E project to discuss about the achievements and challenges encountered so far.
Started in 2018, the EU-funded project Recover-E has been pursuing its aim to implement and evaluate an evidence-based community-based service delivery model for recovery-oriented care in five sites in Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Macedonia, and Montenegro.
As the dissemination partner of the Recover-E project, the EPA has highlighted the importance of communicating the outcomes that have been reached up to now to a wider public. That is why, during its 28th European Congress of Psychiatry in Madrid, the EPA is glad to host the workshop “Successes and challenges in advancing community-based mental health care in Europe: reflections from the Recover-E project” on 31 March, in which partners will share achievements and highlights of this project with the audience.
Find out more about the project partners and activities on the Recover-E website and, if you are willing to participate to the next Recover-E workshop, you can find all the information on the EPA Congress website.