The iFightDepression (iFD) tool is now available in Ukrainian language thanks to an initiative of the European Alliance Against Depression (EAAD).
We are looking for an enthusiastic and outstanding person to join our team in Frankfurt.
Come and be part of our global network working - working to help people with depressive disorders and to prevent suicidal behaviour. If you are skilled and experienced in project management, communication, public relations and research – then we would like to hear from you!
View the job description here.
Implementation of digital interventions for depression worldwide is a project that aims to explore perspectives of health care practitioners from primary care (general practitioners, family doctors and psychologists) toward digital interventions for depression. Practitioners in primary care can act as potential gate keepers of digital interventions and in this way might help to reduce the treatment gap for depression worldwide.
The awareness website www.ifightdepression.com is now available in two West African languages, Wolof and Mandinka. The website is aimed at migrants living in Germany from Gambia and Senegal, West Africa. The website offers basic information about depression and points of contact for help in Germany, as well as practical strategies for mental health promotion and self-management.
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The EU-funded project MENTUPP, Mental Health Promotion and Intervention in Occupational Settings, is delighted to announce that a large-scale testing of the MENTUPP Hub is currently under way in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the construction, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), and healthcare sectors across Europe and Australia.
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The EAAD-Best consortium this week will SpeakUpForMentalHealth.
To support patients suffering from depression – EAAD-Best promotes the iFightDepression tool, an evidence-based best practice digital intervention supporting a growing number of youths and adults with mild to moderate depression across Europe.
On May 1st, 2022, the MENTUPP Consortium proudly supports International Workers’ Day 2022. To support decision-makers to place greater focus on mental health in occupational settings, a team of international experts has designed an evidence-based online mental health promotion tool.
My name is Alexandra Clement, and I am a first year PhD student in the PhD Health Quality program at Queen’s University, which is in Ontario, Canada. Over the summer in 2021, I was incredibly fortunate to have the EAAD host my internship, with Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hegerl as my supervisor.