eMEN participated in the first Interreg North-West Europe impact event on December 4th and 5th in Tourcoing, France.

About 400 participants from NWE participated in this networking and knowledge sharing event, which focused on increasing the impact of Interreg project beyond the project phase and results already achieved.

eMEN was present with a stand in the exhibition area and attracted quite a lot of attention from health stakeholders. On December 5th eMEN lead partner Arq co-organised the workshop ‘Modernising health services’ with the Interreg Joint secretariat and the Boost4Health project. At this workshop Oyono Vlijter (Arq Foundation) presented the eMEN project results, challenges and regional impact of the project. There was a lively and interesting discussion about the conditions for effective e-mental health implementation.

As rapporteur of the workshop Oyono also presented the workshop results at the closing panel discussion, where he emphasized the importance of multidisciplinary cooperation and process innovation.

Corné Versluis (Arq), Anna-Paulina Ewalds Mulliez (ESPM-CCOMS), Bert Bonroy (Thomas More), Marc Mertens (Thomas More) and Eva van Assche (Thomas More) also participated in this impact event.

The event was a great opportunity to present the eMEN project and the importance of affordable, effective and accessible mental health care in general.

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