Webinar: co-creation in mental health research

We are excited to announce that joint efforts among our sister projects have been made, and we are talking at the European Mental Health Week! Join us on 15 May 2024, Wednesday at 10AM (CEST) for an interactive discussion about co-creation in mental health research.

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Undeniably, co-creation approaches in mental health research are needed to bridge the gap between scientific knowledge and what is actually happening in people’s lives. But how is co-creation applied in current research practices and different settings? How do Horizon Europe projects ensure that the design and implementation of their co-creation processes benefit their co-creators as much as it benefits them? And what learnings and best practices should these big projects apply moving forward?

Jointly organised by 7 huge EU Horizon Europe projects on ‘Mental Health in Times of Change’, this webinar will delve into fresh and first-hand experiences involving practitioners and people with lived experience as co-researchers/ co-creators. Specifically, the discussion will centre on the context of mental health interventions for various European populations. This webinar aims to provide a platform to explore both the advantages and challenges that co-creators face and the ways by which we can overcome these barriers.

Moderator and Panelists

Moderator: Liuska Sanna, Head of Operations, Mental Health EuropePanelists

About the European Mental Health Week

Every May, European Mental Health Week brings together a diverse array of participants from across Europe, including young people, families, caregivers, mental health advocates, representatives from both the private and public sectors, our members, care professionals, human rights experts, EU-level policymakers, national governments, and numerous other supporters who rally behind this annual event.