Good Practice Services: Promoting Human Rights & Recovery in Mental Health

covegnoPubblichiamo di seguito il programma preliminare dell’International Meeting Good Practice Services: Promoting Human Rights & Recovery in Mental Health, organizzato dal Dipartimento di Salute Mentale di Trieste – che è Centro Collaboratore dell’OMS per la ricerca e la formazione in salute mentale dal 1987 – in collaborazione con l’Organizzazione mondiale della sanitĂ , in programma dal 23 al 26 settembre 2019.

Monday 23rd September

9.00 – 9.30 Welcome

  • National and Regional authorities
  • ASUITs & WHO Collaborating Centre Trieste
  • World Health Organization – Geneva
  • World Health Organization – Copenhagen

9.30 – 13.00 Plenary Session: Good Practice Service presentation and discussion (a)

Introduction of Quality Rights and good practice service guidance / Michelle Funk – Incl. Videos

11.00 – 13.00 Plenary Session: Responding to Crises

Chair/discussant Sashi Sashidharan

  • Alternatives to hospital Martin Zinkler
  • Open dialogue Jorma Ahonen
  • Home treatment and hospitality at 24 Hrs CMH Centers Mental Health Department, Trieste and Trimbos Instituut, Utrecht
  • No restraint approach in hospital setting Abdul Kadir Abu Bakar

General discussion

Lunch break

14.00-18.00 Plenary Session: Good Practice Service presentation and discussion (b)

14.00-15.00 Peer Support

Chair/discussant Jan Berndsen

  • Peer support groups, Users and Survivors of Psychiatry in Kenya Michael Njenga
  • Recovery College Martijn Kole
  • Working with Voices Olga Ranchman

15.00-16.00 Primary care and support in community

Chair/discussant Corrado Barbui

  • The Banyan: Home Again Vandana Gopikumar
  • Psychosocial Care Centers in Brazil (CAPS) Rossana Seabra Sade
  • Homelessness HOME Team Anthony Ruffin and Jonatan Sherin

16.30-18.00 Plenary Session: Good Practice Service presentation and discussion (c)

Networks and services providing multisectoral supports

Chair/discussant Peppe Dell’Acqua

  • Lille coordinated network of Services East Lille Mental Health Sector
  • Walsh Trust: New Zealand employment services Rob Warriner
  • Enosh housing services in Israel Liron David
  • Ivory Coast: Unchaining people with mental health issues Gregoire Ahongbonon

General discussion

Tuesday 24th September

9.00-10.30 Plenary Session: Whole system change: discussing the Trieste model and the implementation of an open door no restraint system. Trieste today and the regional developments

Chair/discussant Angelo Fioritti

  • Trieste coordinated network of services Mental Health Department, Trieste
  • 24hrs Community Mental Health Centers: an operation manual or more? Mental Health Department, Trieste
  • The Regional Mental Health System Directors of MH Dept.’s – Friuli Venezia Giulia

11.00-13.00 Plenary Session: Local & global: co-production and innovation

Chair/discussant Francesco Amaddeo

  • Personal Health Budget: means for integration but in the hands of whom? Mental Health Department and Social Coops, Trieste – Region Friuli Venezia Giulia
  • The experience of open door forensic units in the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia Directors and coordinators of Rems
  • The experience of Recovery House: recovery and empowerment pathways Mental Health Department, Trieste, IMHCN & Social Coops
  • Integrated gender approach Mental Health Department, Trieste & Associazione “Luna e l’altra”/ Paola Zanus

General discussion

14.00-16.00 Plenary Session: Whole system change: discussing the Trieste model and the implementation of an open door no restraint system. Twinning Collaboration: International experiences

Chair/discussant John Jenkins

  • The experience in Wales: Hywell Dda and Aneurin Bevan Health Boards Mental Health Department, Trieste/John Jenkins/Tom Alexander/Warren Lloyd
  • Argentina: Por un Pais sin Manicomios Luciano Grasso/Celeste Romero
  • Los Angeles: T.R.I.E.S.T.E. Project Mental Health Department, Trieste /Jonathan Sherin/ Kerry Morrison

14-16 WHO QUALITYRIGHT WORKING GROUPS (closed meetings)

Who Europe QualityRights project Inter-country project meeting – planning and review meeting with EURO country focal points to discuss next phase

Good Practice Service Guidance Workshop on WHO Best Practice Services and next steps

16.30 -18.00 Plenary Session: From Humanization to Deinstitutionalization

Chair/discussant Vladimir Jovic

  • QualityRights: country presentations and general discussion Melita Murko/Dan Chisholm
  • Recommendations on the phasing out of psychiatric hospitals WHOCC Trieste

General discussion

Wednesday 25th September

Plenary Session – Countrywide and region-wide reforms

Chair/discussant Benedetto Saraceno

9.00-10.30 Roundtable: East to West, South to North

  • Czech Republic: the national strategy according to European MH Action Plan Jan Pfeiffer
  • Serbia: the national strategy of deinstitutionalization Milan Stanojkovich
  • Kenya: Establishing good practice in rights-based approaches to mental health Faraaz Mahomed
  • Contributions from other countries

11.00-12.00 Italy

Chair/discussant Fabrizio Starace

  • Overcoming of Forensic Hospitals: the good practices of REMS Coordinamento nazionale REMS/StopOpg/Franco Corleone
  • No-restraint Open-door Units in Italy Mental Health Department, Trieste / CLUB SPDC NO RESTRAINT

12.00-13.00 Empowerment

Chair/discussant Lorenza Magliano

  • Empowerment: the networks of stakeholders in Europe (Lille) (20minutes) Jan Luc Roelandt/ Mental Health Department, Trieste
  • Activa’T Barcelona
  • Empowerment College
  • Promoting user participation in Greece / EPAPSY

14.00-17.00 Parallel Sessions : Strengthening international cooperation for system reform

Latin America and Spain (Spanish-Italian) Chair/discussant Renzo Bonn

Europe and beyond (UK, Netherlands, Poland, Palestine, Slovenia & other countries) (English) Chair/discussant Mirella Ruggeri

The person’s say: programs and practices in whole life domains (English)

Chair/discussant John Jenkins/Silva Bon

  • The right to work
  • The right to health
  • The right to be equal in front of the law
  • The right to independent living and community participation

14-17 WHO QUALITYRIGHTS WORKING GROUP (closed meetings)

WHO Service Guidance / WHO Europe QualityRights – Market place for Innovation and Exchange

17.00-18.00 Plenary Session

Chair/discussant Roberto Mezzina

  • The Future of Mental Health Benedetto Saraceno /Franco Rotelli
  • Next steps for WHO and international partners Michelle Funk and Dan Chisholm

Conclusions

Thursday 26th September

  • Study visits to MH Services (on request- few places available): the Regional System, Microarea and Associations
  • International collaborations and specific group meetings

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