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eMenthe – developing Masters’s level e-learning material in mental health

As part of a European collaboration, the educational material eMenthe has developed Master’s level e-learning in mental illness. There is evidence-based knowledge that focuses on three areas of mental illness: recovery, prevention and family work. The website is available for everyone to use, although the main target group is students, staff working in psychiatric activities, and users and relatives.

About the project

Project period:

  • 2013–2026

Funding:

  • EU – Erasmus Life Long Learning

Partners:

  • Region Halland
  • RSMH Halland
  • Intresseförbundet för personer med schizofreni och liknande psykoser i Halland
  • Tampere University, Finland (host)
  • Trinity College, Irland
  • Utrecht University, Nederländerna
  • Turkuu University, Finland
  • University of Nottingham, Storbritannien

Participants:

  • Ingela Skärsäter, Professor, Halmstad University
  • Henrika Jormfeldt, Associate Professor, Halmstad University
  • Patrik Dahlqvist Jönsson, Clinical Lecturer, Halmstad University
  • Nina Kilku, Tampere University, Finland
  • Ellilä Heikki, Tampere University, Finland
  • Lousie Doyle, Trinity College Dublin, Irland
  • Brian Keogh, Trinity College Dublin, Irland
  • Agnes Higgind, Trinity College Dublin, Irland
  • Theo Stickley, University of Nottingham, Great Britain
  • Jan Sitvast, Hogeschool Utrecht, Netherlands
  • Paivi Vuokila Oikkonen, Diaconia University of Applied Sciences, Finland
  • Marja-Liisa Läksi, Diaconia University of Applied Sciences, Finland

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