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    • Santé mentale, Statistiques
    • 2010
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Santé mentale - Partie 1: Rapport]
    Today, mental health disorders are experienced by approximately one in ten EU citizens and in many EU states depression is the most common health problem. Suicide represents a significant cause of death, with about 55 000 Europeans
    (Eurostat, 20071) taking their own lives each year, of which three quarters are men2. In recognition of the importance of mental health and well-being in Europe, the European Commission adopted a Green Paper on Mental Health in 2005 to examine how better to tackle mental illness and promote mental well-being. The main aim was to open up a framework for exchange, coordination and cooperation3. Following up on the Green Paper, the European Pact for Mental Health and Well-being4 was launched at in June 2008 at high level conference "Together for mental health and well-being".
    The pact declaration acknowledged the importance and relevance of mental health and well-being for the European Union and symbolises the will of Governments, stakeholders and civil society to exchange and work together on mental health challenges and opportunities.

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    • Editeur: Commission européenne [European Commission]
    • Santé mentale, Politique internationale, Statistiques
    • 2015
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Atlas de la santé mentale 2014]

    WHO’s Mental Health Atlas series has already established itself as the single most comprehensive and most widely used source of global information on mental health situation. This new edition of Mental Health Atlas, carried out in 2014, assumes new importance as a repository of mental health information in WHO Member States because it is providing much of the baseline data against which progress towards the objectives and targets of the Comprehensive Mental Health Action Plan 2013-2020 is to be measured. The Action Plan contains four objectives:

    1. To strengthen effective leadership and governance for mental health
    2. To provide comprehensive, integrated and responsive mental health and social care services in community based settings
    3. To implement strategies for promotion and prevention in mental health
    4. To strengthen information systems, evidence and research for mental health

    Global targets have been established for each of these objectives to measure collective action and achievement by Member States towards the overall goal of the Action Plan. Atlas is the mechanism through which indicators in relation to agreed global targets, as well as a set of other core mental health indicators, are being collected. In collecting this information, the mental health Atlas 2014 questionnaire covers critical areas of mental health system development, including governance and financing, human resources, service availability and delivery, promotion and prevention, and surveillance.

    Subsequent to this baseline data collection in 2014, a Mental Health Atlas survey will be sent to country focal points periodically, so that progress towards meeting the targets of the Action Plan can be measured over time.

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    • Editeur: Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS) [World Health Organization (WHO)]
    • Politique internationale, Statistiques, Santé mentale
    • 2013
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Systèmes de santé mentale des État membres de l’Union Européenne, état de la santé mentale dans les populations et avantages à attendre d’investissements en santé mentale]
    European profile of prevention and promotion of mental health
    (EuroPoPP-MH).
    Many people are affected by mental health problems and the impact and consequences are considerable. Prevention of mental illness and promotion of mental health have become important areas of focus among European Union (EU) policy makers. In December 2010, the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers (EAHC) of the European Commission’s Directorate General for Health and Consumers commissioned this project to provide an up-to-date profile of mental health systems across European Members States and other countries, with a focus on prevention of mental illness and mental health promotion activities.
    Luxembourg profile of prevention and promotion of mental health is presented in this report (p.300-314)

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    • Editeur: European Commission
    • Maladies, Santé mentale, Statistiques
    • 2011
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Atlas 2011 des céphalées et des ressources dans le monde]
    Despite that headache is felt at some time by nearly everybody, and almost half the world’s adults at any one time have recent personal experience of one or more of the three very common headache disorders, much is unknown about the public-health impact of these conditions. It is not known how, or how much, they affect many of the populations of the world, or how healthcare and other resources are utilized to mitigate their effects.
    This first global enquiry into these matters illuminates the worldwide neglect of this common health problem, and reveals the inadequacies of responses to it in countries throughout the world.
    In the WHO European Region, 80% of adults (aged 18–65) have suffered from tension-type headache, and 15% have experienced migraine over the previous year, according to the “Atlas of headache disorders and resources in the world 2011” by WHO and Lifting the Burden.

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    • Editeur: Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS) [World Health Organization (WHO)]
    • Politique internationale, Santé mentale, Statistiques
    • 2011
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Atlas de la santé mentale 2011]
    The WHO Mental Health Atlas 2011 represents the latest estimate of global mental health resources available to prevent and treat mental disorders and help protect the human rights of people living with these conditions.

    It presents data from 184 WHO Member States, covering 98% of the world’s population. Facts and figures presented in Atlas indicate that resources for mental health remain inadequate.

    The distribution of resources across regions and income groups is substantially uneven and in many countries resources are extremely scarce. Results from Atlas reinforce the urgent need to scale up resources and care for mental health within countries.

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    • Editeur: Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS) [World Health Organization (WHO)]
    • Santé mentale, Statistiques
    • 2012
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [La santé mentale en période de crise économique]
    This report summarises the presentations and discussions at the Workshop on Mental Health in times of Economic crisis, held at the European Parliament in Brussels, on Tuesday, 19 June 2012. The aim of the workshop was to exchange views on the detrimental effects of the economic crisis on the mental health of European citizens.

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    • Editeur: Parlement Européen [European Parliament]
    • Statistiques, Santé mentale, Maladies
    • 2012
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [L'Indice Européen des Maux de Tête 2012]
    As many as 50 million Europeans suffer from headache and migraine, for many with handicapping effects. Compared to other large diseases, there lacks outcomes data to tell what are the best therapies and if prevention matters. The first Euro Headache Index (EHI) compares in what way 29 European countries address and take care of headache and migraine, by healthcare and other measures. The Netherlands comes out number 1 on good headache environment, followed by Germany, Denmark and Austria.
    The 2012 EHI looks into the following areas: Patients rights and information, Professional awareness and education, Access to healthcare, Medication/treatment and Prevention. In total there are 34 indicators for measurement.

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    • Editeur: Health Consumer Powerhouse
    • Santé mentale, Statistiques, Travail
    • 2009
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [OSH en chiffres: Le stress au travail — Faits et chiffres: Rapport de l'Observatoire européen des risques]
    Stress at work is common throughout Europe. In surveys carried out every five years by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, respondents name it as the second most common threat posed by the working environment. Only musculoskeletal problems are seen as more likely to damage workers’ health. According to the fourth European Survey of Working Conditions, carried out in 2005 in all Member States, stress was experienced by an average 22% of working Europeans. In 2002, the annual economic cost of work-related stress in the EU15 was estimated at EUR 20,000 million.

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    • Editeur: Office des publications de l'Union européenne
  • Dernière modification le 12-10-2015