|ITHACA - Institutional Treatment, Human Rights and Care Assessment||
Design/Imprint: Peter Rebernik
|Contact: Graham Thornicroft, ITHACA Principal Investigator|
(1) Creation of an effective pan-European network, committed to action to improve the quality of care related to mental health institutions; Dissemination of information about the network and invitation for participation for sites from other EU states to participate in the network in future projects.
(2) Successful knowledge transfer to make the results of the ITHACA project and their implications for improved health and social care practice available to all those in the EU and in pre-accession states who may be able to benefit from them
(3) Interim and final evaluation report giving specific achievements of the ITHACA project and recommendations for further improved practice in future EU collaboration
(4) A practical and useful European method to assess the improvement of human rights and dignity
(5) A clear summary report on the factors necessary to improve human rights and dignity, suitable for use by a wide range of operators and authorities, and to support policy formation in relation to the Council of Europe and Commission services
(6) A practical and useful European method to assess the improvement of general health status
(7) Clear summary report on factors necessary to improve general health status.
(8) Short and practical final reports which show which types of national/regional laws or policies are necessary for the proper promotion and improvement of human rights and dignity, and general health status.
(9) Short and practical final reports which show how factors concerning proper reporting, governance and accountability can be put into practice in different settings across Europe.
(10) Short and practical final reports concerning relevant conditions necessary for effective inspections of institutions, which show how these factors can be put into practice in different settings across Europe.