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Annual Report of EIPHP – 2023

Report on scientific and project activities of the LLC “European Institute of Public Health Policy” for 2023 has been published. In 2023, EIPHP undertook nine studies and two projects, of which six hold international significance, encompassing various aspects of health and addiction treatment, including the integration of HIV, mental health, and addiction treatment services. Of …

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Mental Health among the Key Populations during the war: presentation of study results

Today, the EIPHP experts presented the results of the study “Mental Health among the Key Populations: The Needs and Availability of Relevant Services in the Wartime Ukraine” conducted in partnership with the Alliance for Public Health. The primary goal of the study was to identify the main ways and mechanisms of engaging Key Populations – …

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Join us in a virtual seminar “Impact of Crises on Healthcare Workers: Current Evidence, Reflections, and Opportunities”

Dear Colleagues, please join us on December 14th for a virtual seminar organized by the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA) at Yale University featuring a research presentation and discussion on current evidence, reflections from the field, and opportunities to support healthcare workers in the context of crises. During the meeting, American, British and …

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A Series of Strategic Sessions Will Help Determine Communities’ Readiness to Create “Taking Care of Myself” Spaces

From November 14 to December 5, our Mental Health Activities Implementation Team held a series of strategic sessions on creating a psychosocial support space called “Taking Care of Myself” in the five communities within the USAID Public Health System Recovery and Resilience Activity. The concept of the “Taking Care of Myself” space envisions a place …

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Discussing the results and prospects of the Self-Help Plus program implementation

In November, we are conducting the final round of online supervisory reviews for health care professionals who have been trained in the Self-Help Plus program as part of the USAID Public Health System Recovery and Resilience Activity. A total of 139 specialists from 8 regions of Ukraine covered by the project received stress management skills …

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First Mental Health Forum

On October 18-20, the First Mental Health Forum on “Moving Towards Mental Health System & Services of the Future: Case of Building Back and Forward Better in Ukraine” hosted by Ukraine was held in Kyiv. The event was organized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Mental Health Coordination Center under the Cabinet of …

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Memorandum of Cooperation

USAID Public Health System Recovery and Resilience Activity and NGO Barrier-Free, the Executive Partner of the All-Ukrainian Mental Health Program Initiated by First Lady Olena Zelenska, Signed a Memorandum of Cooperation. The signing of the memorandum is yet another confirmation of both sides’ readiness to continue cooperation both during the war and Ukraine’s post-war reconstruction …

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We are establishing cooperation on the implementation of psychosocial support services in the regions of Ukraine

On August 30, the Mental Health Coordination Center of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine held a seminar on regional coordination within the framework of the All-Ukrainian Mental Health Program initiated by First Lady Olena Zelenska. Mental health coordinators from the USAID Public Health System Recovery and Resilience activity participated in the workshop. The seminar …

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Presentation of the Model of a Mental Health Recovery Center for War Victims

Earlier this week, the NGO Resource Center “Lisova Polyana” presented the Model of a Mental Health Recovery Center for War Victims based on the experience of the Center for Mental Health and Rehabilitation of Veterans “Lisova Polyana” of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. The event was opened by Ksenia Voznitsyna, Director of the Lisova …

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