11th European Conference on
Sep 13 – Sep 15, 2023
Sep 12, 2023
Early Bird fee available: May 12, 2023
Deadline for abstract submission: June 12, 2023
Information on accepted abstracts: June 19, 2023
Deadline for presenters registration: July 3, 2023
Presenters fee available (for first authors): July 3, 2023
Last day for registration: August 25, 2023
News! We added some travel information for your convenience! https://ecmh.eu/travel-information/
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What is ECMH?
ECMH stands for European Conference on Mental Health. ECMH is an annual event and learning platform for mental health professionals, service users, researchers and everybody interested in the field. So far, ECMH conferences have been arranged in Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Czech Republic, Germany, Croatia and Northern Ireland. In 2020 and 2021 ECMH went online due to covid situation. 10th anniversary of ECMH will be held in Lisbon, Portugal on Sep 14-16, 2022.
At ECMH we believe that services and care processes can be improved with respectful collaboration between different parties. In our conferences every participant’s voice is as important. We give arena for research, practice development, projects and personal experience. Our motto is: Looking for Evidence Together. ECMH community supports first-time presenters and speakers and those coming from low-income countries. We always have close collaboration with local partners in psychiatric hospitals, universities and service user associations.
Our motto is:
Looking for Evidence Together!
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From the customers of the conference:
“ECMH offered many new insights and possible paths for personal professional development because of the excellent organisation and the interest in knowing about other models, projects, services …”
We are in this all together, we have more common than differences and this attitude could helps all clinicians in their work but also in their personal lives.
“Personally I think it is an excellent conference. Really well put together, thoughtful, considerate, inspiring. People talk about the ECMH family – cliched but true.”
The atmosphere in ECMH was friendly and accepting, The organisers did an excellent job in ensuring the wellbeing of all participants. the organization of this conference and the care taken over its participants were immaculate.
A fine possibility to meet other people working with mental health all over the world, share you knowledge and learn from the others, The content was relevant and up to date in terms of an ever changing landscape in the field of Mental Health. Its still the best learning and networking event of the year. The multi professional and service user oriented program and networking. ECMH is an excellent “platform” to learn new things and interact with other people with the same interests.
“The atmosphere was very welcoming and equal.”
“ECMH is an “easy” conference to participate both for professionals and service users. Staff is easy-going and helpful. Program is always interesting and you have a great possibility to meet new people.”
“It is very important to meet each other in European context. To see how mental health is practised in other countries and look for ways to help each other to improve the quality of mental health.”
“Excellent possibility to learn new, develop yourself and your organization, meet and get new partners.”
From the blogs:
“The European Conference on Mental Health (ECMH) is relatively unique. It is one of very few events where lived experience, social care experience and health care experience are given equal prominence.”
“MHE would like to extend a big congratulations to all those who organised the conference.”
“The conference programme was full on, with some cracking keynote speakers at the start of each session.”
“It is no coincidence that Finland is internationally known by its role as a bridge-builder and peacemaker. To our minds, the way the conference was arranged and realised represents the Finnish culture, know-how and social design at its best!”
From the podcasts:
“I spend some time in European Conference on Mental Health, it was awesome”