SPSM Employability in Europe : an innovative project.
- Public Health Research
This article aims to present the problematic, the approach and the results of the Project Santé Publique - Santé Mentale (SPSM). The Project SPSM - Employability brings together academic actors and those from the health and social sectors of 5 European countries. It refers to the practices of professional accompanying to work of people with psychic handicap. In Public Health, it constitutes an interventional research. SPSM - Employability aims to put in place a training module intended for socio-professional integration specialists and to ensure each country’s durability. With duration of 3 years, the Project SPSM encourages the return of experiences and exchanges between partners in Romania, France, Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg. It produces knowledge through the conception and implementation of a pilot training action for socioprofessional integration specialists. Co funded by the European Funds Erasmus+ Strategic Projects, it illustrates the current issues of the research in mental health promotion in a participatory, communal and international approach. The SPSM Project aims to find a better adequacy of training between the new realities of employability in companies and administrations and the mental health sector.The aim is to go beyond the local .know-how. (skills) in order to provide a more open training perspective, adapted to the tendencies observed in Europe.