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2019 EU Elections Manifesto launched by the EPA, EUFAMI and GAMIAN

The EPA, GAMIAN-Europe and EUFAMI have joined forces to launch a joint EU Election Manifesto, calling on the European Parliament to take and support EU-level action to better address and improve mental health across the EU. The Manifesto underlines that…

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The “New horizons for person-centred research and care” report is out

The report of the Interest Group on Mental health, Well-being and Brain disorders meeting entitled “New horizons for person-centred mental health research and care” is now published. The event which took place on 3 December in the European Parliament in…

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Launch report on sustainable approach to depression

On 5 December 2018, Julian Beezhold (EPA Secretary General) and Tomas Zdechovsky (MEP) chaired the meeting of the European Parliament Interest Group on Mental health, Well-being and Brain Disorders, during which the Health Policy Partnership (HPP) launched the final report of the project…

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Joint EU event with the EPA and GAMIAN

On 3 December, the European Parliament Interest Group on Mental health, Well-being and Brain Disorders held a meeting entitled “New horizons for person-centred mental health research and care”. This event is jointly organised by the European Psychiatric Association (EPA) and GAMIAN-Europe. The aim…

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EPA Leaders on the Move

Brussels, 22 June 2017 — The Value of Treatment EPA Working Group on Schizophrenia EPA attends meeting of Governmental Expert group for mental health On 8 June, EPA participated in the meeting of the Governmental Expert group for mental health…

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World Brain Day 2016

On the occasion of the World Brain Day on 22 July 2016, EPA supports the “Together Under The Umbrella” Campaign, initiated by the European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA) with the aim of raising awareness on brain disorders and how they affect lives. This campaign,…

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