Hi, welcome to the STRENCO Project. STRENCO is an Erasmus+ funded project, which focused on the development of competencies for working collaboratively in mental health. The project joined together students working in the mental health area with academics, service users and practitioners to promote the area of collaborative working in mental health. The project ran over 3 years and has developed learning materials and digital resources that are open source for professionals and the wider community. The project was a partnership between Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), TAMK (Finland), JAMK (Finland), the Universty of Salford (UK), Vives University (Belgium) and the University of West Attica (formerly TEI Athens, Greece).  Click on the image below to learn more about the STRENCO Project

An introduction to the STRENCO Project

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STRENCO Logic Model for working in more co-produced ways in mental health

The STRENCO Project has published its Logic Model for working in more co-produced ways in mental health. Built on the...
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STRENCO Releases Competency Tools for Co-Produced Mental Health Working and Erasmus Activity

The STRENCO Project has released two new competency tools, one for working in co-produced ways in mental health and the...
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Have a look to STRENCO eLearning Hub

Strenco eLearning material will be ready by the end of this month. We already have videos and other material under...
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Covid-19 Update: STRENCO Intensive Programme 3 deferred

Due to restrictions surrounding travel with Erasmus programmes, the STRENCO Intensive Programme 3, due to be held in TAMK, Tampere,...
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STRENCO Transnational Project Meeting 5: Jyvaskyla

The fifth STRENCO Transnational Project Meeting was held in Jyvaskyla in October 2019.
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