ROAMER is a three-year project funded by the European
Commission, under the Seventh Framework Programme, to create a coordinated road
map for the promotion and integration of mental health and well-being research
across Europe, based on a common methodology and conceptual framework that
covers the full spectrum of biological, psychological, epidemiological, public
health, social and economic aspects of mental health and well-being.
ROAMER combines a consortium of renown mental health
research scientists, with a methodologically sound, pragmatic and comprehensive
approach with an extensive stakeholder involvement.
The final version of the roadmap is available for your interest. Please feel free to download it
. Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us
We are happy to let you know what the short version of the roadmap has been completed! Please feel free to download
and read it!
The ROAMER project’s Roadmap for Mental health and Well-being Research in Europe (funded by the European Commission's FP7) was recently presented in London on March 12th, 2015. Please find the press release for your interest here
We are happy to inform you that the ROAMER project was successfully presented on the 20th of January, 2015 for the European Parliament Interest Group on Mental Health, Well-being and Brain Disorders. The agenda is available to download from here
| 2014 ROAMER's Survey
|Only 10 minutes to orientate the future of mental health research in Europe.
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