Beitragsseiten

18 March 2009

09.00 am INTRODUCTION
  Mental health and well-being at the workplace: Requirements & recommendations
Gudrun Schliebener, BApK, National Association of Families with Mentally Ill People, Germany
Ruth Fricke, BPE, National German Organization of Psychiatry Users and Ex-users, Germany

Stigma and discrimination - overcoming the barriers to employment
Dr Bob Grove, Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health, United Kingdom
Grove.pdf

Moderator: Michael Hübel

10.00 am COFFEE BREAK
10.30 am PARALLEL WORKSHOPS
  WORKSHOP I
  Prevention of mental health problems between economic necessities and potentials
Moderator: Professor Dr Karl Kuhn

Examples of practices:
Patrycja Wojtaszczyk, Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine
Wojtaszczyk.pdf
Catherine Killfedder, British Telecom
Kilfedder.pdf

  WORKSHOP II
  Pathways to integration in today´ regular job market
Moderator: Professor Dr Paul Schnabel 

Examples of practice:
Igor Hrast, OZARA

Hrast.pdf
Heidrun Thiel, Alsterarbeit
Thiel.pdf

  WORKSHOP III
  Overcoming stigma and discrimination at the workplace
Moderator:
Dr Bob Grove

Examples of practice:
Geoff Huggins, Mental Health Division, Scottish Executive
Huggins.pdf
Marlies Hommelsen, BApK, National Association of Families with Mentally Ill People
Hommelsen.pdf

12.00 am LUNCH BREAK
01.00 pm DEBATE: What can be done? What has to be done? - Recommendations for policy making to encourage mental health at the workplace
  Report from Workshops I-III

Participants:

Michael Hübel, European Commission, DG Health and Consumers
Erik Olsen, ENUSP, European Network of Users, Ex-users and Survivors of Psychiatry
Dr Gregor Breucker, BKK Federal Association, Germany
Juliane Bir, European Trade Union Confederation
Karen Linn, Johnson & Johnson, United Kingdom
Dr Jacques Van der Vliet (VanderVliet.pdf), Standing Committee of European Doctors 

Moderators: Professor Dr Wolfgang Gaebel, Dr Matt Muijen

03.00 pm CONCLUSIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND FUTURE ACTIVITIES
  Moderators: Professor Dr Wolfgang Gaebel, Dr Matt Muijen
03.30 pm CLOSE

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