Major ongoing projects

WMH-ICS

The WHO World Mental Health International College Student (WMH-ICS) Initiative for testing and validating the REThink Game on adults.

The WHO World Mental Health International College Student (WMH-ICS) Initiative is designed to: generate accurate epidemiological data on unmet for treatment of mental, substance, and behavioral disorders among college students worldwide; implement and evaluate web-based interventions for both the prevention and treatment of these disorders; and disseminate the evidence-based interventions found to be effective using a continuous quality improvement approach designed to prevent degradation of these interventions in dissemination and successively to improve targeting of interventions using precision medicine procedures.

The #PLAYSERIOUSLY PROJECT

The #PLAYSERIOUSLY PROJECT funded by CEI and SAE Institute Milan. Partner Institutions: SAE Institute Belgrade (Serbia)• Babes-Bolyai University (Romania) • University of Banjia Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) • University of Crne Gore (Montenegro) • University of Szeged (Hungary) • Play-Ability • Hogrefe. The event is supported by AIRIPA and part of Milano Digital Week.

CEI INITIATIVE is a European funding program addressed to the South Eastern Countries of our continent. CEI aims at supporting initiatives that foster the exchange of knowledge and mobility within the region and institutions operating in higher education.

PLAYSERIOUSLY is a project which aims at realizing a hackathon in order to develop a concept for an inclusive and psychoeducational video game.

The European Family Support Network

EurofamNet a pan-European family support network focused on family support policies and practices, reflecting common goals across participating countries, while recognizing the specific nature of families’ cultural and socio-economic contexts within them. The Action aims to inform family policies and practices towards the ultimate goal of ensuring children’s rights and families’ well-being. EurofamNet will do so by building collaborations between researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, children and families, public and private agencies, and general society.

We are honored to have Dr. David as one of the 3 representatives from Romania to take part in a working group.