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ENTER Webinar 2023:1 Recordings available

The recordings from the ENTER Webinar 2023:1 are now available to view online. The Webinar featured: Eija Paavilainen PhD, Professor, Tampere University, Faculty of Social Sciences/Health Sciences - Finland Eija has also a research position in Etelä-Pohjanmaa Hospital District, from 2002. Her main research and expertise areas concern families with children in challenging life situations and families as clients in social and health care settings. Her largest research projects concern family violence, child maltreatment, and family risks, and care services for families with children. Those research projects are or have been funded by Academy of Finland, Boards of Hospital Districts, Ministry for Social Affairs and Health, Finland, and European Union (ERICA PROJECT 2019-2021). She has over 200 conference presentations and over 250 scientific and other publications. Evanthia Sakellari PhD. Associate Professor, Laboratory of Hygiene and Epidemiology Department of Public and Community Health, School of Public Health, University of West Attica Evanthia Sakellari is an Associate Professor at the Department of Public and Community Health and member of the Research Laboratory of Hygiene and Epidemiology at the University of West Attica (Athens, Greece). She is also Associate Professor at the Institute of Health Sciences of Vilnius University (Vilnius, Lithuania). Evanthia Sakellari holds a PhD in Health Sciences from the University of Turku (Finland) and she has long research experience on community mental health, nationally and internationally, which has led to a number of publications in peer-reviewed journals. She works closely with the Greek Ministry of Health in the development and evaluation of health education interventions in school settings. She is coordinator and project manager of Erasmus+ projects focusing on mental health promotion.

Panagiotis CHONDROS Panagiotis is a psychologist and has a PhD in Community Psychology from the Department of Psychology at Panteion University, Athens. Chrysanthi Tatsi Chrystanthi works as a Mental Health Program Manager for SOS Children’s Villages Greece. Chrysanthi Tatsi brings a unique perspective to refugee aid through her studies in Sociology and her master’s in Public Health. Being from Greece, much of her work is centered on the humanitarian crisis with extensive experience implementing Mental Health and Psychosocial Support programs in multiple urban settings throughout Greece.

Panagiotis is MHPSS Manager for Doctors of the World Germany in Ukraine. During 2021-2022 he was Mental Health Coordinator, member of the Child Protection Unit at The HOME Project, Athens. He is member of the executive committee of the Mediterranean Mental Health Society, was President of the Association for Regional Development and Mental Health (EPAPSY) (2006-2020), Vice president of the Federation of NGOs for psychosocial rehabilitation and mental health in Greece (2015-2021). As part of his work he has participated in national and European networks (European Network for Training and Research in Mental Health ENTER, European Alliance against Depression - EAAD).

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