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Op 11 juni van 13:00 tot 14:30 organiseert het Waardenetwerk Internationaal Verbinden een nieuwe webinar met als thema “geintegreerde en multi-sectorale mentale gezondheid”.

(more information in English below)

Deze webinar is voor iedereen die geïnteresseerd is in een internationaal perspectief over hoe mentale gezondheid kan worden benaderd vanuit een geïntegreerde en multi-sectorale benadering. Deze benadering richt op het systeem in zijn algeheel. Het brengt samen verschillende sectoren zoals onderwijs, publieke gezondheid, de woonsector, sociale welvaart en arbeid, die samen mentale gezondheid een prioriteit maken. We gaan hierop in met onze sprekers;


Hiernaast deelt het Triversum Centrum voor Kinder- en Jeugdpsychiatrie een korte art performance tijdens de pauze.

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Information in English:

Invitation to the webinar on the 11th of June 13-14.30 CET - integrated and multi-sectoral mental health care

We hereby invite you to our upcoming Webinar hosted by the Dutch International Mental Health Hub (Het Waardenetwerk Internationaal Verbinden) which will take place on the 11th of June 13.00-14.00 CET followed by a 30-minute Q&A session with the speakers. This time we will explore an international perspective on the integrated and multi-sectoral mental health care.
This webinar is for everyone who is interested in an international perspective on how mental health can be approached from an integrated and multi-sectoral approach, which aims for a whole system approach. It brings together a range of sectors, such as education, health, housing, social welfare, and employment, collaborating to making mental health a shared priority. With our speakers we will look at what the situation is internationally and why it is important. Additionally, we will hear from an expert with lived experience about their perspective on an integrated and multi-sectoral approach in mental health and why they believe it can improve care. 
How can mental health be seen from an integrated and multi-sectoral approach? Why is this important, what are other countries doing when it comes to integrated and multi-sectoral mental health systems? Most importantly, how can it improve care for service users?
We are honoured to go into these questions with following speakers:


Beverley RoseUser Research Centre
Beverley works as advisor, trainer, researcher, and project manager with lived experience. She holds academic degrees in psychology and change management from UCLA (USA) and the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. After 20 years of experience as teacher and coach in educational settings, she is currently working in the social and mental health domain as part of the User Research Centre (URC). This research network is established by and for people with lived experience. Since April 2020, Beverly is project manager for the project “Developing Quality Systems for People with Lived Experience”, which aims to professionalize having lived experience. In addition, Beverly works on building an international network with and for people with lived experience. 


Emily HewlettOECD
Emily has been at the OECD for the past ten years working on mental health, health system reviews, public health policy, quality of care and inclusive growth. Since 2012, Hewlett has been leading the OECD’s work on mental health, including the OECD’s forthcoming work on mental health performance benchmarking “A New Benchmark for Mental Health Systems - Tackling the social and economic costs of mental ill-health” which is an analysis of the burden and economic cost of mental ill-health, overviews of mental health prevention and promotion policy, and development of internationally comparable mental health indicators. She holds academic degrees in Social and Political Sciences and International Affairs from Sciences Po, Paris, and the University of Cambridge, England.


Ellinor Major - Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care Services
Ellinor works as a special adviser at the Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care Services on national and regional plans for integrating mental health as an equal part of Norwegian public health. She is a psychologist with a PhD in traumatic stress. She worked as a researcher and clinically with refugees and was central in establishing the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies. She has worked as Director for Division of Mental Health at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and the Norwegian Directorate for Health for several years. During the webinar she will share with us the mental health strategy that was developed with 8 ministries in Norway to come an integrated and multisectoral approach in mental health.
 
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