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We have made a 'live'-streamed video cast of the Recovery Learning Community, at the NEW SHOES Innovation Summit and a 'Presentation Summary Resources Pack of the Workshops. This is for FREE. Be a CARe Member! You may contribute by donating and every bit is welcome!



  • 26/01 15.00-16.00 CET (and continued on 9/2 and 23/2) –

The mental health for all webinar series run by

United for Global Mental Health,

The Lancet Psychiatry,

Mental Health Innovation Network, and

MHPSS.net.


This series of fortnightly webinars is run by United for Global Mental Health, The Lancet Psychiatry, Mental Health Innovation Network, and MHPSS.net. These webinars are designed to provide policymakers and the wider health community with the latest evidence on the most pressing and often neglected issues of mental health around the world, including the impact of COVID- 19 on mental health. The webinars provide practical solutions to the challenging issues we are all grappling with. Participants are encouraged to join from around the world, including those with lived experience of mental health, and of COVID-19.


UPCOMING TOPICS -

January 26th - COVID-19 and the impact of a global pandemic on mental health -


February 9th - Mental Health and Human Rights -


February 23rd - "2021: the year for Human Rights and Mental Health"


Questions can be submitted in advance by email. The sessions are recorded, and summary notes posted on www.unitedgmh.org/news. Share the registration link for this webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/8875342933508243471


Any questions please contact: webinars@unitedgmh.org.


This editions topic is COVID-19 and the impact of a global pandemic on mental health. Register here.

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Updated: Feb 10



16/02 12.00 CET TUESDAY

23/02 12.00 CET TUESDAY

(and continuing every Tuesday) -

COVID-19, remote consultations and the future of doctor-patient interaction organized by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies.


Keynote: Erica Richardson, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies




You can register here.

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[Lithuania] After two years of work, the Mental Health Management Association has published the first large-scale Psychosocial Rehabilitation Handbook, Recovery and Social Inclusion, based on the CARe model. The authors of the book are the Dutch Dirk den Hollander and Jean Pierre Wilken. The book was translated by Vaida Stankutė, a psychologist who worked in our PSR department, and also contributed by our other employees led by the tireless Onutė Davidonienė. Translation and publishing were funded by Lundbeck. The book is solid 200 pages, hardcover, published in 500 copies.


Success in difficult work in difficult times,

Martynas Marcinkevičius

Jan Hilbig, CARe Ambassador in Lithuania

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