Ukraine

II INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MENTAL HEALTH CARE

“Mental Health: Global challenges of XXI century”

                                                                                           

  The organizers:

     1. Kyiv Institute of Modern Psychology and Psychotherapy (Ukraine)

 2. Institute of Social and Political Psychology, National Academy of Educational Science of Ukraine

3. Lviv Polytechnic National University Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences(Ukraine)

 4.  NDSAN Network (Italy)

The Co-organizers:

1. Promote Ukraine International politically and governmentally independent Platform (Belgium)

2. University of Manitoba Peace and Conflict Studies (Canada)

3.  Canadian Centre on Disability Studies (CCDS)

4. Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly (Greece)

5. Hellenic Regulatory Body of Nurses (Greece)

6. Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Department of Teacher Training (Romania)

7. Cherkassy National University (Ukraine)


 

The problem of mental health сare (MHC) in the contemporary world becomes global with many negative consequences. Thus, according to the World Health Organization, mental and behavioral disorders are extremely common and affect up to 25% of all people in different periods of their lives. The WHO notes that in the future, given the aging population and worsening social problems, the number of cases will increase considerably.

Simultaneously, each country in the world faces significant hindrances in both socio-psychological and economic aspects of the MHC system. No country has yet completely solved this problem. This creates an urgent need in joint efforts towards searching for solutions of common problems.

Main objectives:

  • to attract attention of researchers and policy-makers to urgent problems of MHC
  • to provide a platform for exchange of ideas and development of academic and non-academic network of MHC researchers, practitioners and policy-makers
  • to promote high quality research on MH in developing countries and countries in transition
  • to investigate solutions of specific issues of MHC in transdisciplinary and multicultural aspects

 
We seek to answer various questions including (but not limited to) the following:

·         MHC systems in the context of global social challenges: How global social challenges affect and press everyone? What is the contemporary specificity of pressing social problems on mental health of persons through reference to their social and cultural dimensions? Which are potential solutions to contemporary social challenges in relation to the MHC development?

  • Mental health and migration: What challenges migration creates for mental health specialist? What migration policy makers must know about mental health?  Why mental health matters in problems of migration? 
  • Mental health in times of military conflicts: Why should we care about mental health of those who have experienced a military conflict? What is the practice of treating post-war psychological traumatism? 
  • Mental health at work place: Why is the corporate culture important for psychological health of employees? Burn-out problem: a new trend or an old but well-masked problem?  What are challenges and opportunities of a multicultural environment?
  • Specific issues of MHC: child neuropsychiatry; support of disabled people, elderly age people; MHC in rural areas; addictive behavior
  • Higher Education and MHC: Research and Innovations: What are the potential implications and limitations of the notion of “mental health care” in relation to Higher Education practices?
  • Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches in MHC: What are the benefits and drawbacks of multidisciplinarity, interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity in mental health research and services?
  • Partnership Building for European Projects in the field of Mental Health

·         Other: we are open to consider your suggestions of topics and questions for discussions during this conference

 Fields covered:

Medicine, Social Science, Education, Economic, Law, Inter- and Multi-disciplinary studies

Content (program):

We aim to focus our activities on building and improving professional skills of specialists in Mental Health Care:

  •  Sharing of good practices in the field of Mental Health Care
  •  Seminar, workshops
  • Oral and e-poster presentations of research studies
  • Webinars

Technical support of the conference activities will be giving by TELESKILL (Italy)

We accept:

·        case-studies

·        applied-research papers

·        theoretical research papers

Attending Types:

* Regular Presenter,

* Virtual Presenter

* Publication only

* Non-presenting participant

 

 

Dissemination and Publications:

We aim to promote wide geographical diversification of conference results dissemination

·          conference proceedings      

·          GREECE  Academic Journal “Hellenic Journal of Nursing Science” (official publication of the Hellenic Regulatory Board of Nurses). Indexed by Google Scholar, ResearchBib, Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek, Doaj, Academic Keys

·          ROMANIA Academic Journal “European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies” (indexed in DOAJI; Index Copernicus; RePEc; EBSCO; ProQuest; ErichPlus) 

Style Guideline:

Guidelines for Authors :

Requirements for publications in International Academic Journals are following:

 Requirements for publications in сonference proceedings are following:

·        Please use template see website


 Extended Abstract (500-1000 words) should be formatted as follows:

  • file formats: *.rtf
  • Paper size A4: Letter (210 х 297 mm)
  • Times New Roman, 14 points
  • 1,5-spaced

Abstract should include the following:

  • Title
  • Authors full names
  • Information about authors: Institute affiliation, e-mail address 
  • Main text 
  • Key words

Acceptance/Rejection (for publication)

All research papers will be evaluated by international recognized scholars (from Universities of Belgium, Canada, Greece, Netherlands, Portugal) in a double blind reviewing process and research papers will be selected according to the international research standard.
1. Participants are welcome to submit extended abstract for peer-review

2. We will send you an email notification of acceptance or rejection within one-two week after your submission

3. Only if your abstract is accepted, you can pay a conference fee (we will send you banking details to make your payment)

4. We are ready to evaluate your full paper

 

The conference registration fee includes:

·        Admission to the conference

·        Тime slot to present one paper at the conference

·        Publication in the conference proceedings (available in Google Academy; Research Gate)

·        Possible publication in one of international journals

·        A copy of the conference program

·     A copy of the conference proceedings

·        A certificate of presentation

·        Admission to all receptions, coffee breaks, etc

Types of conference fee:

 Conference fee:      

Ø Early bird payment: 65 USD (deadline: 01.08.2018)

Ø Regular payment: 85 USD

Ø Students: 45 USD

Ø  Publishing only: 40 USD


·        Conference fee (publication in academic journal “Hellenic Journal of Nursing Science”)  0 EUR (after acceptance of paper)

·        Conference fee (publication in academic journal “European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies”)  0 EUR (after acceptance of paper)

financial aid: we can provide a discount for those participants who needs a financial aid. Please write us an email with your motivation to participate in the conference and explanation why you can be granted a financial aid

 

Registration and Submission details:

Abstract submission: July 15th 2018

Full paper submission: October 2nd 2018


Please send your abstract and paper to:
intconfmhgc21c@gmail.com  

 

Conference Venue

Conference Venue: Kyiv Institute of Modern Psychology and Psychotherapy

Address: 34, L.Ukrayinky blvd., Kyiv, Ukraine

 

Date: October 25-26, 2018

Official information

The information about the conference is available on official website of the Conference:

Ø https://www.mhgc21.org

And on official websites of Academic Institutions-organizers:

·         National University “Lviv Polytechnic”

·         NDSAN Network

·         Kyiv Institute of Modern Psychology and Psychotherapy

·         Promote Ukraine

·         Bucharest University of Economic Studies

·         Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly

·         The Hellenic Regulatory Body of Nurses

 

 

For further information, please contact

 Dr. Viktor Vus,

PhD in psychology, Associate Professor,

Coordinator of the II International Conference on Mental Health Care

“Mental Health: global challenges of XXI century”

e-mail: (H) viktorvus@ukr.net

cell: +38 067 74 08 429

 

The organizers:

     1. Kyiv Institute of Modern Psychology and Psychotherapy (Ukraine)

 2. Institute of Social and Political Psychology, National Academy of Educational Science of Ukraine

3. Lviv Polytechnic National University Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences(Ukraine)

 4.  NDSAN Network (Italy)

The Co-organizers:

1. Promote Ukraine International politically and governmentally independent Platform (Belgium)

2. University of Manitoba Peace and Conflict Studies (Canada)

3.  Canadian Centre on Disability Studies (CCDS)

4. Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly (Greece)

5. Hellenic Regulatory Body of Nurses (Greece)

6. Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Department of Teacher Training (Romania)

7. Cherkassy National University (Ukraine)


 

II INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MENTAL HEALTH CARE

“Mental Health: Global challenges of XXI century”

The problem of mental health сare (MHC) in the contemporary world becomes global with many negative consequences. Thus, according to the World Health Organization, mental and behavioral disorders are extremely common and affect up to 25% of all people in different periods of their lives. The WHO notes that in the future, given the aging population and worsening social problems, the number of cases will increase considerably.

Simultaneously, each country in the world faces significant hindrances in both socio-psychological and economic aspects of the MHC system. No country has yet completely solved this problem. This creates an urgent need in joint efforts towards searching for solutions of common problems.

Main objectives:

  • to attract attention of researchers and policy-makers to urgent problems of MHC
  • to provide a platform for exchange of ideas and development of academic and non-academic network of MHC researchers, practitioners and policy-makers
  • to promote high quality research on MH in developing countries and countries in transition
  • to investigate solutions of specific issues of MHC in transdisciplinary and multicultural aspects

 
We seek to answer various questions including (but not limited to) the following:

·         MHC systems in the context of global social challenges: How global social challenges affect and press everyone? What is the contemporary specificity of pressing social problems on mental health of persons through reference to their social and cultural dimensions? Which are potential solutions to contemporary social challenges in relation to the MHC development?

  • Mental health and migration: What challenges migration creates for mental health specialist? What migration policy makers must know about mental health?  Why mental health matters in problems of migration? 
  • Mental health in times of military conflicts: Why should we care about mental health of those who have experienced a military conflict? What is the practice of treating post-war psychological traumatism? 
  • Mental health at work place: Why is the corporate culture important for psychological health of employees? Burn-out problem: a new trend or an old but well-masked problem?  What are challenges and opportunities of a multicultural environment?
  • Specific issues of MHC: child neuropsychiatry; support of disabled people, elderly age people; MHC in rural areas; addictive behavior
  • Higher Education and MHC: Research and Innovations: What are the potential implications and limitations of the notion of “mental health care” in relation to Higher Education practices?
  • Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches in MHC: What are the benefits and drawbacks of multidisciplinarity, interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity in mental health research and services?
  • Partnership Building for European Projects in the field of Mental Health

·         Other: we are open to consider your suggestions of topics and questions for discussions during this conference

 Fields covered:

Medicine, Social Science, Education, Economic, Law, Inter- and Multi-disciplinary studies

Content (program):

We aim to focus our activities on building and improving professional skills of specialists in Mental Health Care:

·        Sharing of good practices in the field of Mental Health Care

·        Seminar, workshops

·        oral and e-poster presentations of research studies

·        webinars

Technical support of the conference activities will be giving by TELESKILL (Italy)

We accept:

·        case-studies

·        applied-research papers

·        theoretical research papers

Attending Types:

* Regular Presenter,

* Virtual Presenter

* Publication only

* Non-presenting participant

 

 

Dissemination and Publications:

We aim to promote wide geographical diversification of conference results dissemination

·          conference proceedings      

·          GREECE  Academic Journal “Hellenic Journal of Nursing Science” (official publication of the Hellenic Regulatory Board of Nurses). Indexed by Google Scholar, ResearchBib, Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek, Doaj, Academic Keys

·          ROMANIA Academic Journal “European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies” (indexed in DOAJI; Index Copernicus; RePEc; EBSCO; ProQuest; ErichPlus) 

Style Guideline:

Guidelines for Authors :

Requirements for publications in International Academic Journals are following:

 Requirements for publications in сonference proceedings are following:

·        Please use template see website


 Extended Abstract (500-1000 words) should be formatted as follows:

  • file formats: *.rtf
  • Paper size A4: Letter (210 х 297 mm)
  • Times New Roman, 14 points
  • 1,5-spaced

Abstract should include the following:

  • Title
  • Authors full names
  • Information about authors: Institute affiliation, e-mail address 
  • Main text 
  • Key words

Acceptance/Rejection (for publication)

All research papers will be evaluated by international recognized scholars (from Universities of Belgium, Canada, Greece, Netherlands, Portugal) in a double blind reviewing process and research papers will be selected according to the international research standard.
1. Participants are welcome to submit extended abstract for peer-review

2. We will send you an email notification of acceptance or rejection within one-two week after your submission

3. Only if your abstract is accepted, you can pay a conference fee (we will send you banking details to make your payment)

4. We are ready to evaluate your full paper

 

The conference registration fee includes:

·        Admission to the conference

·        Тime slot to present one paper at the conference

·        Publication in the conference proceedings (available in Google Academy; Research Gate)

·        Possible publication in one of international journals

·        A copy of the conference program

·     A copy of the conference proceedings

·        A certificate of presentation

·        Admission to all receptions, coffee breaks, etc

Types of conference fee:

 Conference fee:      

Ø Early bird payment: 65 USD (deadline: 01.08.2018)

Ø Regular payment: 85 USD

Ø Students: 45 USD

Ø  Publishing only: 40 USD


·        Conference fee (publication in academic journal “Hellenic Journal of Nursing Science”)  0 EUR (after acceptance of paper)

·        Conference fee (publication in academic journal “European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies”)  0 EUR (after acceptance of paper)

financial aid: we can provide a discount for those participants who needs a financial aid. Please write us an email with your motivation to participate in the conference and explanation why you can be granted a financial aid

 

Registration and Submission details:

Abstract submission: July 15th 2018

Full paper submission: October 2nd 2018


Please send your abstract and paper to:
intconfmhgc21c@gmail.com  

 

Conference Venue

Conference Venue: Kyiv Institute of Modern Psychology and Psychotherapy

Address: 34, L.Ukrayinky blvd., Kyiv, Ukraine

 

Date: October 25-26, 2018

Official information

The information about the conference is available on official website of the Conference:

Ø https://www.mhgc21.org

And on official websites of Academic Institutions-organizers:

·         National University “Lviv Polytechnic”

·         NDSAN Network

·         Kyiv Institute of Modern Psychology and Psychotherapy

·         Promote Ukraine

·         Bucharest University of Economic Studies

·         Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly

·         The Hellenic Regulatory Body of Nurses

 

 

For further information, please contact

 Dr. Viktor Vus,

PhD in psychology, Associate Professor,

Coordinator of the II International Conference on Mental Health Care

“Mental Health: global challenges of XXI century”

e-mail: (H) viktorvus@ukr.net

cell: +38 067 74 08 429

 

This is the sixth interview in the Global Mental Health Inside Stories series on the in2mhconnect website. In this series I want to collect and spread information/ideas from people active in mental health from all over the world and specially from low resource settings or fragile countries. I hope this series contributes to more insight in the challenges and wishes from people active in these settings and adds to a more bottom up movement in global mental health. Olena Zhabenko is a psychiatrist at the Railway Clinical Hospital, consulting psychiatrist at the American Medical Centers and a researcher at the Ukrainian Research Institute of Social and Forensic Psychiatry and Drug Abuse. Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. The country is home to 46 million people. Ukraine became independent again in 1991 when the Soviet Union dissolved. Ukraine as a newly independent state inherited its national health system from the USSR time. The main challenges for the country regarding mental health care: -Stigmatization of patient -Lack of psycho-therapeutical help, especially in small cities -The medical insurance is almost absent in Ukraine. The patients very often do not have money to cover medications -Lack of social support -Absence of the peer-support (self-group therapy) -Lack of psycho-education -Anti-psychiatric propaganda -Lack of evidence-based medicine In this blog post Olena Zhabenko answers 10 questions about her work, country, the challenges faced and there are several photo's of the clinics and her work as well.