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2 Founded in 1991 under the auspice of the European Office of the WHO Research in mental health services – Research projects – Design of tools – Results indicators – Services evaluation – Bi-annual congresses organization EUROPEAN NETWORK FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE EVALUATION

3 Executive Committee ENMESH Mirella Ruggeri, (Chairperson), University of Verona (Italy) Aart H. Schene, (Past-Chairperson), Academisch Psychiatrisch Centrum Amsterdam (The Netherlands) Bernd Puschner, (Secretary), Ulm University (Germany) Andrzej Cechnicki, Jagiellonian University, Krakow (Poland) Arunas Germanavicius, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University (Lithuania) Lars Hansson, Lund University (Sweden) Martin RJ Knapp, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London (United Kingdom) David McDaid, Health Economics at London School of Economics (United Kingdom) Berta Moreno-Küstner, University of Malaga (Spain) Michail Okoliyski, National Centre of Public Health Protection Sofia (Bulgaria) Luis Salvador-Carulla, University of Sydney (Australia/Spain) Mike Slade, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London (United Kingdom) Associate members Graça Cardoso, Faculty of Medical Sciences, New University of Lisbon (Portugal) Mike Clark, London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom) Alain Lesage, Department of Psychiatry, University of Montreal (Canada)

4 11th ENMESH Conference Date: 1-3 October 2015 Place: Málaga (Spain) Venue: NH hotel Registration ( before 15th May ) 400 € (work meals and welcome cocktail included ) Official language: English ( plenary sessions translated into spanish in a parallel room )

5 ENMESH MÁLAGA 2015 Venue NH Málaga Hotel Technical Secretariat

6 “CLOSING THE GAP BETWEEN RESEARCH AND POLICY IN MENTAL HEALTH” 1.From epidemiologic investigation to clinic implementation 2. Mental health in economic recession times 3. Global mental health (WHO: MhGAP) 4. Closing the gap between primary assistance and mental health services MAIN THEMES

7 THEMES AND SUB-THEMES 1. From epidemiologic investigation to clinic implementation 1.1 Active implementation and investigation: new developments 1.2 New technologies applied to the development of the mental health 1.3 Knowledge transference to join investigation, practice and sanitary politics 1.4 From clinical practice guides to personal mental health treatment 2. Mental health in economic recession times 2.1 Inequalities, investigation and mental health 2.2 Empowerment of users and health carers 2.3 Urgencies and emergencies in recession times 2.4 Suicides: Rates and tendencies 3. Global mental health 3.1 WHO´s mental health program m(WHO: MhGAP) 3.2 Closing the gap between Europe and other world regions about politics in mental health 3.3 The impact of the Culture and the context in the investigation in mental health 3.4 Mental diseases and economic impact 4. Closing the gap between primary assistance and the mental health services 4.1 Coordination between first and second level of assistance: case management 4.2 Primary assistance in mental health 4.3 Attitudes of the professionals of primary assistance to mental disease patients 4.4 The gap between prevention and intervention: the perspective of the vital cycle

8 CONFIRMED KEY-NOTES SPEAKERS Graham Thornicroft, United Kingdom Michael King, United Kingdom Viviane Koves, France José Miguel Caldas de Almeida, Portugal José Luis Ayuso, Spain Nick Glozier, USA Linda Gask, United Kingdom Stefanie Bauer, Germany Sonia Johnson, United Kingdom

9 INFORMATION ABOUT PARTICIPATION - Proposal types: - Symposium (4-6 people) about a specific subject - Oral and poster presentations - Abstracts submission deadline: 28th February Abstracts awards - Accepted abstracts will be published in a scientific journal

10 The city of Málaga How to arrive? - International airport -High speed train (2,30 h to Madrid) - Highway Location Located in the south of Spain, in the region of Andalucía. A maritime city, washed by the waters of the Mediterranean sea. It is the capital of the Costa del Sol. The city has an extension of km 2 and a population of almost 600,000 inhabitants. It is the sixth largest city in Spain.

11 What is there to visit in Málaga and surroundings? Historical monuments: churches, palaces, public squares, fountains Museums: Picasso, Thyssen-Bornemisa, Contemporary Art Center,… Distance to other cities of interest: Madrid (500 Km): 2,5 hours by train Granada (125 km) – Alhambra, Albaicín Sevilla (206 km) – Giralda, Cathedral Córdoba (159 km) – Mosque, Medina Azahara

12 It is a maritime cuisine, elaborated with sea products: - the famous espeto de sardinas cooked right on the beach - fritura malagueña: anchovies, squids, … - clams, wedge clams, hard clams - sweet wine known as “Málaga” Cuisine in Málaga Málaga’s weather Malaga’s weather is one of the main attractives with mildtemperatures in autumn Its coastline and beaches make of it one the most turistical cities in Europe

13 VISIT THE WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION¡¡¡¡¡ SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 28TH FEBRUARY 2015

14 WE WAIT YOU IN MALAGA¡¡¡¡¡


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