EU-MiCare

Improving migrant and refugee mental health care

An innovative and comprehensive training program for health professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, physicians, nurses) and other professionals (cultural mediators, interpreters, counselors), enhancing their knowledge and skills to improve mental health service delivery to migrants and refugees.

the project

in short

The EU-MiCare project (Training the EU health workforce to improve migrant and refugee mental health care) is targeting migrant/refugee mental health needs. It aims to develop a specialized training program for mental health professionals and other health professionals interested in mental health issues who work in culturally diverse environments.

reports & results

Here you can find documents and materials produced as part of the different work packages. This section will be constantly updated: resources will be published online as soon as available.

reports & results

Here you can find documents and materials produced as part of the different work packages. This section will be constantly updated: resources will be published online as soon as available.

dissemination

Here you can find communication materials, dissemination initiatives, events information, and public meetings.

dissemination

Here you can find communication materials, dissemination initiatives, events information, and public meetings

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EU-VET CARE, “Strengthening capacities for better health care to refugee and migrant children”, is a three-year project ended in 2021 (1/9/2018 – 31/8/2021), funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union, which aims to design and implement innovative vocational training on the appropriate delivery of health-care for migrant/refugee children.

news

Mental health and psychosocial needs

Mental health and psychosocial needs

The IFRC Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support published their MHPSS Framework, a layered system that caters to the diverse needs of various refugee and migrant groups. This Framework assesses, refers, and advocates for the entire range of mental health and...

Mental health and psychosocial support in humanitarian settings

Mental health and psychosocial support in humanitarian settings

The Inter-Agency Standing Committee recently published a report on the research agenda for mental health and psychosocial support in humanitarian settings for 2021-2030. It outlines the gaps between MHPSS research and practice, and how they can be addressed in future...

A humanitarian emergency

A humanitarian emergency

The IOM - UN Migration has warned of a heightened humanitarian situation in the European Union, as the entry of irregular migrants increased 48% in 2023 compared to 2022 and is the highest figure since 2015. It is well documented that migrants enter Europe via...