EDITION 2018

Living with Serious Mental Illness

The Award

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PROMOTIONAL VIDEO

Jury

Miguel Xavier

Diogo Guerreiro

Filipa Palha

João Paulo Guimarães

Joaquina Castelão

José Carlos Santos

Nuno Belo

Pedro Mateus

Winners

1st Prize

Informar para Desestigmatizar

(Inform to destigmatize)

Universidade do Minho – Escola de Medicina

Authors

João Pedro de Sousa Lima
Nuno de Sousa e Castro

Professor

Pedro Luís Morgado

2nd Prize

Projeto D-Fox

(Project D-Fox)

Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa

Authors

Sara Calado
Sara Moreira
Inês Fernandes

Professor

Luísa Ribeiro

Audience's Choice

A outra face

(The other face)

ISPA – Instituto Universitário de Ciências Psicológicas, Sociais e da Vida

Authors

Francisco dos Santos Rocha de Pina Queirós
Joana Raquel Lopes Lourenço
Luana Assunção Lucena Hanysz

Professor

Csongor Juhos

DISCOVER THE FINALISTS

Challenge EGGcepted

University

Universidade Nova de Lisboa – Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas

Authors

Mariana Borges
Inês Rilhas
Marta Ramos
Adriana Simões
Núria Silvestre

Professor

Ana Margarida Barreto

Caregiver Care – Psychosocial Program to Promote Mental Health

University

Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Faculdade de Ciências Humanas

Authors

Leonel Batista
Mariana Serras
Rita Venâncio
Mafalda Hormigo

Professor

Ana Rita Oliveira Goes

Reintegration of patients with Schizophrenia: Creation of the Program “Disease is not incompetence”

University

Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Faculdade de Ciências Humanas

Authors

Mariana Amaral
Miguel Vicente

Professor

Ana Rita Oliveira Goes

DISCOVER THE SEMIFINALISTS

Repsycle

Universities

Universidade Nova de Lisboa – Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas
Universidade Nova de Lisboa – Nova Medical School

Authors

Sara Aguiar
Cátia Coelho

Professor / Advisor

Ana Margarida Barreto

Maria João Avelino

Developing Emotional Competencies for the Relatives of People with a Serious Mental Illness

University

Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Lisboa

Authors

Maria Alves
Mónica Sousa

Professor / Advisor

Francisca Gertrudes Manso

OMCare

Universities

Universidade de Coimbra – Faculdade de Economia
Universidade de Aveiro – Departamento de Ciências Médicas

Authors

Marta Estrela
Daniel Gomes

Professor / Advisor

Maria Teresa Herdeiro

Nuno Pombo

Capitalize the Reintegration of People with a Serious Mental Illness

University

Instituto Politécnico de Beja – Escola Superior de Saúde

Authors

Tiago Segurado
Clara Rações

Professor / Advisor

Ana Clara Nunes

Living with Psychosis: the mindfulness and compassionate path

Universities

Universidade de Coimbra – Faculdade de Psicologia e Ciências da Educação
Universidade de Coimbra – Faculdade de Medicina

Authors

Inês Leal
Margarida Tomé
Joana Rodrigues
Mariana Argel

Professor / Advisor

Paula Cristina Freitas

Maria João Martins

Avatar Therapy

Universities

Universidade Europeia
Universidade Lusófona – Escola de Psicologia e Ciências da Vida

Authors

Ana Pedroso
Sílvia Carvalho

Professor / Advisor

Amadeu Quelhas Martins

Mental Health literacy as a caring tool

University

Instituto Politécnico de Bragança – Escola Superior de Saúde

Authors

Cláudia Gonçalves
António Gomes

Professor / Advisor

Ana Maria Galvão

Maria José Gomes

MIND

University

Universidade Nova de Lisboa – Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas

Authors

Daniela Gonçalves
Maria Carlos
Rui Dias
Beatriz Ferreira
Maria Lopes

Professor / Advisor

Ana Margarida Barreto

Promotion of therapeutic adherence of the person with schizophrenia: specialized psychoeducational intervention of nursing

University

Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Lisboa

Authors

Vanessa Domingos
Sandra Paranhos

Professor / Advisor

José Manuel TáTá Falé

Journalism Prize

In the spirit of the 9th edition of Angelini University Award! 2017/2018, Angelini launched a contest for the media related with Mental Health. The 1st edition of the Journalism Prize had the aim of raising public awareness for mental illness issues, through articles published on the press, digital and audiovisual media, as well as higher education students in the fields of communication and journalism.

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Winners

Journalism Category

Clara Soares

Os miudos não estão bem

(The kids are not alright)

Visão

Student Category

Júlia Zampieri de Lima

Rui Godinho

Alentejo, precisamos falar de saúde mental

(Alentejo, we need to talk about mental health)

Conference

The 2nd Conference had a distinguished panel of guests who debated Mental Health issues from a clinical, economic, political, fiscal and social point of view.

The need to take concrete actions towards greater mental health was the main discussion. To promote literacy, create educational policies and the role of health professionals in a higher rate of acceptance and earlier diagnosis of the disease were some of the taken conclusions.

Survey on Stigma in Mental Health

The stigma was described by Erving Goffman has “an attribute that is deeply discrediting” that reduces someone “from a whole and usual person to a tainted, discounted one”.

The Survey on Stigma in Mental Health sought to produce exploratory data on the stigma that exists among university students, in Portugal, regarding mental health. The purpose of this survey was to promote knowledge about stigma and, thereby, raise awareness and draw attention to this issue.

The survey had students from 154 higher education institutions (universities and polytechnic), both public and private and 176 courses which were grouped in 10 scientific fields.