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. The website www.ementhe.eu has 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.

Research domain:

Project period:

  • 2013–2026

Funded:

  • 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, Docent, 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, Nederländerna
  • Paivi Vuokila Oikkonen, Diaconia University of Applied Sciences, Finland
  • Marja-Liisa Läksi, Diaconia University of Applied Sciences, Finland

updated

2019-11-12

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