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  • Mobilizing French communities through Mental Health Weeks

    Mobilizing French communities through Mental Health Weeks

    Mental Health Weeks promote mental health by raising awareness throughout France. Every year for the past 27 years, users’ groups, families’ associations, professionals, researchers and local elected politicians come together to offer conferences, concerts, exhibits, workshops and other platforms for dialogues about mental health.

  • Belgium: switching to community mental health care

    Belgium: switching to community mental health care

    In response to WHO’s Mental Health Action Plan 2013–2020 and as part of the national mental health reform that began five years ago, Belgium has shifted from traditional, large psychiatric institutions to a modern, inclusive care system with increased focus on the community.

  • Building general practitioner capacity in Tunisia by implementing the mhGAP

    Building general practitioner capacity in Tunisia by implementing the mhGAP

    To address the high mental health treatment gap in Tunisia, the Tunisian Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the WHO Country Office for Tunisia, the WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean, the School of Public Health at the University of Montreal, Canada, and the Montreal WHO-PAHO (Pan American Health Organization) Collaborating Centre for Research and Training in Mental Health, launched the implementation of the mhGAP programme in the Greater Tunis Area.

  • The health and social effects of nonmedical cannabis use

    The health and social effects of nonmedical cannabis use

    Cannabis is globally the most commonly used psychoactive substance under international control, especially among young people. A new report has been published by WHO, presenting an update on what we know about the health and social consequences of nonmedical cannabis use as well as the priority areas for future research.

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