The consortium consists of nine partners from five European countries (Austria, Germany, Greece, Italy, Sweden).
Institute of Conflict Research (IKF) – Austria
Paris Lodron University Salzburg (PLUS) – Austria
Vienna Centre for Societal Security (VICESSE) – Austria
European Research Services (ERS) – Germany
GESINE Intervention (GESINE) – Germany
Universität Münster (WWU) – Germany
Hellenic Forensic Psychiatric Association (HFPA) – Greece
Hellenic Forensic Psychiatric Association (HFPA) is a scientific non-profit association that was founded in 2011. At present, it comprises 350 members from the fields of Psychiatry, Psychology, Law, Correctional System, Police, Social Work, and so forth. The aim of the Association is to promote Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology in children, adolescents and adults and improve the mental health and care of prisoners and forensic psychiatric patients in the community. Moreover, the HFPA is involved in networking, indicatively with the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Civil Protection, the State Prison’s Psychiatric Department, and several state and non-governmental organizations, and participate in several European programs.
Italian Medical Women’s Association (Associazione Italiana Donne Medico – AIDM) – Italy
Parma University Hospital (Azienda Ospedaliero – Universitaria di Parma – AOU-PR) – Italy
Parma University Hospital is a highly specialized multi-specialty hospital that offers citizens a comprehensive framework of diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitation services: it has 1,067 beds, has 4,616 employees, 149 of whom are university staff in agreement. The hub & spoke system in Italian health services is an organizational model characterized by the concentration of high-complexity care in centers of excellence (“hub” centers) supported by a network of services (“spoke” centers) that are responsible for selecting patients and sending them to referral centers when a certain threshold of clinical-assistance severity is exceeded.
University of Parma (Università di Parma – UniPR) – Italy
The University of Parma has a thousand-year history; it is public, multidisciplinary and internationally oriented, focusing on areas that are qualitatively relevant to the attractiveness and sustainability of the education offered. The University pays particular attention to the reception and inclusion of students, also through the services offered and the opportunities developed in close collaboration with other local institutions, to the entry of its graduates into the world of work and to sustainable development issues, in accordance with the University’s mission. By carrying out its teaching and scientific activities with persistent attention to the instances of the social, productive and entrepreneurial fabric, both national and international, University of Parma constantly strives for innovation and improvement. UniPR in numbers: more than 32,000 students, 960 among teaching staff and researchers, 888 members of the technical administrative staff. It comprisese 98 degree courses, 111 postgraduate courses, 11 hubs throughout the city.