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Complete the Annual Mental Health Stakeholder survey

28 August 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather Smith
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ECHAlliance's Coalition of the Willing's partner EUREGHA is pleased to invite you to participate in the third annual survey of policies, activities and good practices as part of the EU COMPASS FOR ACTION ON MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING.


In order to establish a platform to monitor mental health and well-being policies and activities by Member States and non-governmental stakeholders, identify and disseminate European good practices, and to produce annual reports, three annual surveys are undertaken (2015-17), and the findings will be disseminated via the Compass website and newsletter.


Through this survey, Member States and stakeholders from relevant fields are invited to share information and give recognition and visibility to their achievements in this field. The survey has five parts and will take 20-30 min to fill in, depending on the level of information you provide.


EU Compass team hopes that you will take part in a common effort to improve mental health and well-being in Europe by answering this survey. Your participation will contribute to the systematic collection of information on European mental health activities, and improve access to information throughout Member States in Europe.


The deadline for completion of the survey is 10 October 2017. The survey is available following this link


More information about the EU Compass for Action on Mental Health and Well-being is available here (


All questions concerning the survey can be sent to Johannes Parkkonen, the Finnish Association for Mental Health, at