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PSYNC: Working together for mental health (PSYNC)

PSYNC represents a new model of interdisciplinary research collaboration. Through improved internal synergy, international visibility, recruitment capacity and a focus on societal impact, PSYNC contributes to a better mental health. The experience and expertise can be located at the level of the consortium: the interplay between coordinator, promotors, research teams and central services, with a crucial role for the coordinator.

Date:1 Jul 2018  →  Today
Keywords:societal impact, Mental health, interdisciplinarity, research, stakeholder collaboration
Disciplines:Clinical and counseling psychology not elsewhere classified, Causes and prevention of crime, Group and interpersonal relations, Family and household studies, Anthropology of religion, Psychotherapy, Psychopathology, Neuropsychology, Parenting problems, Criminal law , Psychological assessment, Behavioural and emotional problems, Sociology of gender and gender relations, Developmental psychology and aging not elsewhere classified, Counseling psychology, Neuroimaging, Punishment and criminal justice, Health psychology, Health promotion and policy, Work and organisational psychology, Parenting support, Ethnicity and migration studies, History of psychology, Biological psychiatry, Statistics and data analysis, Gender, sexuality and education, Disability studies, Disabilities and developmental disorders, Discourse analysis, Research methods and experimental design, Neurosciences not elsewhere classified, Sociology of health, Psychoanalysis, Radical and critical sociology, feminist studies, Elderly care, Primary health care, Preventive medicine, Family studies, Sports psychology, Group and interpersonal processes, Social and cultural anthropology, Motivation and emotion, Safety, prevention and police, Sports sciences, Family support