Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,
the 14th International ENMESH Conference
was postponed to June 27-29, 2022.
Collectivism and Individualism in Mental Health
European Network For Mental Health Service Evaluation
ENMESH - the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation - was established in 1991 under the auspices of the World Health Organisation, Regional Office for Europe. It is a network of active researchers in the field of Mental Health Service Research and Evaluation.
ENMESH aims are:
1) To develop and maintain a network of active researchers in mental health service research in Europe.
2) To promote the development and dissemination of study designs, research instruments, mental health outcome indicators (including cost measurements), and relevant forms of statistical indicators.
3) To function as a clearing house for mental health service evaluation information in Europe.
ISPRA, Israel Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (R.A.)
ISPRA, Israel Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (R.A) was founded in July 2009 in order to contribute to the promotion of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation (PSR) field in Israel and serve as a professional home for all the stakeholders involved in the field (professionals, academics, service providers, service users and family members).
An additional objective of ISPRA's activity is to advocate for the PSR field on the policy, research, practice and community level.
ISPRA is an independent organization obligated to protect the values and principles of the developing Psychiatric Rehabilitation field.
University of Haifa
Founded in 1963, the University of Haifa received full academic accreditation in 1972 and, since then, has created and developed a world-class academic institution that is dedicated to academic and research excellence. Through an accelerated growth strategy, the University has established Israel’s first “Multiversity” – a multi-campus institution that promotes extensive interdisciplinary studies and partnerships. The Multiversity is designed to improve access to higher education in the North, better prepare students for a dynamic job market and serve as a catalyst for economic expansion and strengthening Israel’s northern region.
Bar-Ilan University, founded in 1955, is one of Israel's leading institutions of higher education, uniquely combining cutting-ege scientific research with education steeped in Jewish values and social responsibility. From 70 students to close to 19,000, its milestone achievements in the sciences and humanities and all fields of human endeavor have made an indelible imprint on the landscape of the State of Israel. The university has 8 faculties: Jewish Studies, Medicine, Engineering, Law, Life Science, Exact Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities. These faculties are active partners in Israel's national science and technology initiatives.