Project outcomes

The PROMO project aimed to identify good practice in mental health care for socially marginalised groups in Europe. The focus was on the delivery of health and social care for people with mental health problems who belong to one of the six following groups: long-term unemployed; homeless; street sex workers; asylum seekers/refugees; undocumented migrants; travelling communities. The project was conducted within the two most deprived areas in the capital cities of the following 14 EU countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom. The present document summarises the main findings concerning service provision for these groups and expertsí opinions about the quality of care provided for each group.


PROMO INFORMATION PACKAGE

Good Practice in Mental Health Care for Socially Marginalized People in Europe

The PROMO Information Package summarises the main findings and the resulting components of good practice.




PROMO GOOD PRACTICE IN MENTAL HEALTH CARE REPORT




PROMO assessment was carried out using the PROMO Tool for Assessment of Services and the PROMO Tool for Assessment of the Quality of Mental Health Care. They were created using a Delphi process which involved the experts from 14 countries. The PROMO Tool for Assessment of Services is a structured questionnaire which assesses different aspects of service organisation. The PROMO Tool for Assessment of the Quality of Mental Health Care is a semi-structured interview schedule comprised of two case vignettes and general questions regarding quality of mental health care provided in EU capital cities for people with mental health problems who belong to the PROMO target groups.


PROMO TOOL FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF SERVICES


PROMO TOOL FOR ASSESSING THE QUALITY OF MENTAL HEALTH CARE

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