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The Melbourne Charter for Promoting Mental Health and Preventing Mental and Behavioural Disorders [publication]

by The Melbourne Charter for Promoting Mental Health and Preventing Mental and Behavioural Disorders.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 2008, [2008]Description: 2 p.SAPHIR theme(s): Santé mentale | Promotion de la santé - PréventionMeSH subject(s): Mental Disorders | Health Promotion | Mental Disorders -- prevention & control | Health Promotion -- standards | Charts | GuidelinePUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographOnline resources: Date de consultation : 10.09.2010 Summary: The Melbourne Charter identifies principles and actions that governments, communities, organisations and individuals can take to influence the interconnecting social, economic, cultural, environmental and personal factors that influence mental health and wellbeing. The Melbourne Charter is the outcome of a worldwide discussion that was initiated by the organisers and participants of the Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention in Mental Health (GCAPP) conference entitled From Margins to Mainstream: 5th World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and the Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, in Melbourne, Australia, September 2008.
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The Melbourne Charter identifies principles and actions that governments, communities, organisations and individuals can take to influence the interconnecting social, economic, cultural, environmental and personal factors that influence mental health and wellbeing. The Melbourne Charter is the outcome of a worldwide discussion that was initiated by the organisers and participants of the Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention in Mental Health (GCAPP) conference entitled From Margins to Mainstream: 5th World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and the Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, in Melbourne, Australia, September 2008.