Consortium & Work packages


The OSPI-Europe consortium consisted of researchers in the field of suicide prevention from 11 countries.

 

Belgium

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, LUCAS

Prof. Dr. C. van Audenhove

Germany

University of Leipzig, Department of Psychiatry (Coordinator)

Prof. Dr. U. Hegerl


University Hospital of Würzburg, Department of Clinical Psychology, Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

Prof. Dr. A. Schmidtke


GABO:mi Gesellschaft für Ablauforganisation :milliarium mbH & Co. KG

Ms. B. Schuster-Fuchs

Estonia

Estonian-Swedish Mental Health and Suicidology Institute

Prof. Dr. A. Värnik

Hungary

Semmelweis University Budapest, Institute of Behavioural Sciences

Ándras Székely

Ireland

National Suicide Research Foundation

Dr. E. Arensman

Portugal

Faculdade de Ciências Médicas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Prof. Dr. R. Gusmão

Slovenia

IVZ Institute of Public Health

Dr. S. Roškar

University of Primorska, PINT

Prof. Dr. M. Sarchiapone

The Netherlands

Trimbos-instituut / Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and Addiction

Prof. Dr. C. Van der Feltz-Cornelis

United Kingdom

London School of Economics LSE

Mr. D. McDaid

University of Stirling

Dr. M. Maxwell

Austria

pro mente tirol 

Prof. Dr. U. Meise 

 

OSPI Europe work packages

 

WP 01 Project management
WP 02 Best practice in suicide prevention
WP 03 Analysis of methodological difficulties

WP 04 Intermediate outcome criteria - Analysis
WP 05 Process analysis

WP 06 Implementation and evaluation - Hungary
WP 07 Implementation and evaluation - Portugal

WP 08 Implementation and evaluation - Germany
WP 09 Implementation and evaluation - Ireland

WP 10 Evaluation of primary/secondary outcomes
WP 11 Health and economic analysis

WP 12 Evaluation of intermediate outcome
WP 13 Evaluation of the media campaign

WP 14 Praxis transfer


 

www.ifightdepression.com is a brand and initiative of the European Alliance Against Depression (EAAD).

The iFightDepression website and online self-management tool were developed within the PREDI-NU project, which has received funding from the EU in the framework of the Health Programme.