Mental Health: Global Challenges of XXI Century

The main questions:

  • The state-political dimension: Community: how to make "people's" reforms? How to create an effective system of cooperation between the community and the state? How to unite people to build a community?
  • Medical-humanitarian dimension: how to form a "health-oriented society" and "health-oriented economy" in modern communities? What innovations and perspectives are possible in developing the medical and social infrastructure of rural communities? How to effectively develop the recreational potential of rural areas?
  • Socio-economic dimension: Rural community: how to develop human potential for socio-economic innovations? How to capitalize on the existing human potential of the community? How to develop new sources of community income?
  • International dimension: Rural community and the global context: how to successfully understand and implement the leading international experience? How will the “smart village” and “health village” innovate the community life?
Target audience:
  • Representatives\members of Territorial Communities
  • Public, State and Governmental Institutions
  • Academicians, Researchers, Experts
  • Business and economic policy communities
  • Specialists of healthcare services\healthcare development

The International Public-Scientific Initiative "The Community: Health, Human Potential, Socio-Economic Innovations" unites people who are engaged in decentralization process, are interested in Sustainable Social Sphere Development, are open to innovative forms of Community Health development

Organizers:

  • International Platform “Mental Health: global challenges of the XXI century” (www.mhgc21.org);
  • The Management and Business Academy (Great Britain)

Partners:

Scientific Sector:

  • Institute for Social and Political Psychology National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine
  • Odessa National Economic University
  • National University "Lviv Polytechnic"

Governmental Sector:

  • Public Health Centre of Ministry of Health of Ukraine

Public sector:

  • All-Ukrainian Association “Agrarian confederation of Ukraine”
  • National Association of Agricultural Advisory Services of Ukraine
  • Union of Rural Green Tourism of Ukraine
  • Nikopol Agency of Regional Development
  • NGO “Struggle”;
  • NGO “Growing Future”

International Sector:

  • “Promote Ukraine” (Belgium);
  • NDSAN (Italy);
  • Athena Institute, Faculty of Science, Vrije Universiteit (Amsterdam)
  • Department of Public Health, Institute of Family Science and Social Work, The John Paul II
  • General Department, University of Thessaly (Greece) Catholic University (Lublin, Poland)
  • D.A. Tsenov Academy of Economics (Bulgaria)
  • Red Cross Society (Ukraine)
Content
  • May 29 - thematic sphere: Health Care
  • May 30 - thematic sphere: Health-oriented Society
  • May 31- thematic sphere: Health-oriented Economy
Want to become an Author?


In order to be published papers need to have a good level of English, good methodology and data analysis (for quantitative research samples should be at least above 200 and analysis should be not limited to descriptive statistics and linear regression or correlation).

Please note that if a paper is selected for publication in JOSI (Great Britain) or MHGCJ (Italy) authors will be asked to review and format their paper according to journal format and standard template. The submitted final version will be restricted to a word limit of 6000 words (excluding tables, figures and bibliography).

An email notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent within two week after submission of the full paper

Please send your abstract and paper to: intconfmhgc21c@gmail.com


The registration process:

1. A Participant sends an extended abstract to the Organizational Committee ( intconfmhgc21c@gmail.com )

2. The Academic Committee considers your submission. We will send you an email notification of acceptance or rejection within one-two week after your submission. Only if your paper\abstract is accepted, you can pay a registration fee (type of registration fee: IPSI Registration fee (Virtual participation in the event, and publication in IPSI Proceedings)

3. A Participant’ extended abstract will be published in IPSI Proceedings with unique DOI

Type of IPSI registration fee: Full IPSI registration fee – including Participation in the event (attendance to all IPSI sessions and activities); publication in IPSI Proceedings; attendance to seminar-workshops (29.05 and 31.05); possibility to submit a full paper for potential publication in Journal “Mental Health: global challenges” (Italy) or in “Journal of Organizational Studies and Innovations” (Great Britain).

4. Besides the publication of the submitted extended abstract in the IPSI Proceedings with unique DOI, participants have the possibility to submit a full paper for consideration for publishing in the following journals:

• Journal “Mental Health: Global Challenges” (Italy), this will be a special Issue of Journal “Mental Health: global challenges” (Crossref, ResearchBib, Google Scholar) (Italy) (MHGCJ publishes high quality articles, research papers, conceptual papers and case studies)

• “JOSI - Journal of Organizational Studies and Innovations” (Great Britain). JOSI publishes high quality articles, research papers, conceptual papers and case studies. The quantitative research samples should be at least above 200 and analysis should be not limited to descriptive statistics and linear regression or correlation)

5. All full paper submissions are subject to a double blind peer review process.

6. We will send you an email notification of acceptance or rejection within two weeks after your submission.

7. If your paper is selected for publication in JOSI (Great Britain) or MHGCJ (Italy) you would be asked to review your paper and submit the final version restricted to the word limit of 6000 (excluding tables, figures and bibliography).

8. Only if your paper is accepted, you pay a registration fee.


Types of registration fees:

The registration fee could be paid per paper, regardless of the number of authors (which should in any case be no more than 4).

◦ 20 Eur* - IPSI registration fee – including Virtual Participation only in the event, and publication in IPSI Proceedings

◦ 10 Eur* - IPSI Seminar registration fee – including participation in the Seminar-workshop "Publishing in high ranking journals” (29.05) or in Seminar-workshop "Applying for grants and research funding" (31.05)

◦ 300 Eur* - Full IPSI registration fee – including Participation in the event (attendance to all IPSI sessions and activities); publication in IPSI Proceedings; attendance to seminar-workshops (29.05 and 31.05); possibility to submit a full paper for potential publication in Journal “Mental Health: global challenges” (Italy) or in “Journal of Organizational Studies and Innovations” (Great Britain) [*].

[*] acceptance for publication is subjected to quality assurance and verification by the IPSI Academic committee first (reviewing and shortlisting potential papers) and the final decision of the journal Chief Editor based on the paper quality and conformance with journal standards .


Guidelines for Authors:


Extended abstract (at least 3000 characters) should be formatted as follows:

• file formats: *.rtf

• Paper size A4 (210 х 297 mm)

• Times New Roman, 12 points

• 1,5-spaced

The abstract should include the following:

• Title

• Authors full names

• Information about authors: Institute affiliation, e-mail address

• Main text

• Key words

Please send your abstract and paper to: intconfmhgc21c@gmail.com


Paper publication does not require presentation at the IPSI venue.


Additional opportunities (optionally) (additional registration required):

• 29.05 - Seminar-workshop "Publishing in high ranking journals" (10 EUR)

• 31.05 - Seminar-workshop "Applying for grants and research funding" (10 EUR)


Important dates:

Submission of abstracts for review: May 20, 2019

Notification of abstract acceptance: May 20, 2019

Submission of complete/full papers for Publication: May 25, 2019

Final registration: May 20, 2019

Conceiving and finalizing the IPSI program: May 28, 2019

IPSI sessions: May 30, 2019

Contact information:

Dr. Viktor Vus

PhD in psychology, Associate Professor,

Editor-in-chief of the journal “Mental Health: global challenges”

Coordinator of the International Conference on Mental Health Care “Mental Health: global challenges of XXI century”

Institute for Social and Political Psychology NAES Ukraine

R&D Laboratory for Community Health (LPNU)

NDSAN Network (sector of partnership building) (Italy)

e-mail: (H) viktorvus@ukr.net

+380677408429