We are pleased to announce that EDPQS Toolkit 1 is now also available in Greek. The translation was provided by our project partners in Greece, the University Mental Health Research Institute (UMHRI), who also involved a group of Greek professionals in the adaptation of the original English-language terminology. It is envisaged that further Greek translations of EDPQS materials will follow over the coming months.
The publication of the EDPQS materials in Greek comes at an opportune moment. The Greek project partners have organised a number of EDPQS activities in Greece, including a dedicated workshop which took place in Athens last year, during which practitioners and commissioners discussed how the EDPQS could be usefully applied in Greece. Currently, UMHRI is collaborating with the Greek Organisation Against Drugs (ΟΚΑΝΑ) to explore different possiblities of using the EDPQS in Greece. EDPQS Toolkit 1 may, for example, be used to support funding procedures regarding prevention activities, or be used to develop further the quality criteria according to which the existing Prevention Centres operate.
For more information about EDPQS in Greece, please visit our Greece country page.