Project Title

Empowering People with Mental Disorders through Optimum Health Programme: A New Approach to Mental Health in the Region 

Project Year

2020   

Project Number

HWG 03 2020A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

HWG 03 2020A 

Project Title

Empowering People with Mental Disorders through Optimum Health Programme: A New Approach to Mental Health in the Region 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Human Security 

Project Year

2020 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

6,550 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

6,550 

Sponsoring Forum

Health Working Group (HWG) 

Topics

Health 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Indonesia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Canada; Chile; Hong Kong, China; Japan; Korea; Malaysia; Mexico; Russia; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/12/2021 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2022 

Project Proponent Name 1

Santi Yuliani 

Job Title 1

Chief of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry Team 

Organization 1

Prof Dr Soerojo Mageland, Psychiatric Hospital 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

)62-293) 363601 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

admin@rsjsoerojo.co.id; doktersanti@gmail.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Santi Yuliani 

Project Summary

People with mental disorders are viewed as a burden for families, groups, and even communities and are no longer possible to be empowered.  People with severe mental illness, even though they have certain disability, but still they could live independently in community, if they are given the opportunity and support to do so. It has been demonstrated globally that people with mental illness recover well with appropriate ongoing treatment and support. Optimum Health Program in mental health aims to eliminate the stigma that is still strongly embedded in society. A webinar will be conducted January 2021 , to promote APEC economies to share learned lessons about Optimum Health Programme. Stakeholders were selected with wide ranging expertise in community mental health; with a positive attitude towards recovery-based mental health approaches; capable and willing to review the program and materials and able to reflect community experiences and networks.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: Mental health disorder has functional, social, cognitive and emotional impact, and decrease economic productivity.  One in four people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. Around 450 million people currently suffer from such conditions, placing mental disorders among the leading causes of ill-health and disability worldwide. Stigma, discrimination and neglect prevent care and treatment from reaching people with mental disorders.

During this time, the tendency of people in dealing with the condition of illness is only resigned to the health care and treatment personnel without empowering the existing potency in people themself. The Optimum Health Program seeks to empowering people with mental disorders by prioritizing on how to manage weaknesses, vulnerabilities, and individual strengths in achieving optimum health conditions. The program is believed to be beneficial for the region in addressing mental and neurological disorders, particularly individuals, health service providers and the community..

The Optimum Health Program is based on a collaborative salutogenic approach to managing symptoms and produce designated levels of wellbeing determined by the participant. It draws upon many evidence-based practices within collaborative therapy, positive psychology and wellbeing. It also draws upon outcome informed evidence where the participant takes ownership for their own wellbeing processes, planning and interventions.

Thus, the program is a framework of engagement with the content being determined by participants.  The program can be applied to clients to maintain their health conditions. The Optimum Health Program has been implemented in Indonesia and the results are satisfying in increasing the ability of patients to maintain their wellbeing. Therefore, we believe that the program can be replicated and applied in other APEC economies to support the work in promoting mental wellness in the Asia Pacific.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: This project meets the eligibility of APEC Support Fund (ASF) because this project supports capacity building for APEC economies, that will be more beneficial for developing economies. This project also meets the priority area of ASF Sub-fund on Human Security because one of its priority areas is Health Security.

Relevance – Capacity Building: This project enables member economies - particularly developing economies - to obtain, share, strengthen, maintain and develop knowledge, abilities, skills and technical know-how in addressing the mental and neurological disorders and promoting mental wellness in the region by empowering people with mental disorders through Optimum Health Program which consists of several activities. The activities, including: 1) Webinar 1: introduction and training on the optimum health program, 2) Homework project: implementation of optimum health program in each participants’ economies, 3) Webinar 2: Booster program for post implementation of Optimal Health Program by participants, and 4) Webinar 3: Collection of data and developing comprehensive report.

Objectives

The overarching goal of our project is to promote APEC members to share learned lessons about recovery programme for people with mental illness through optimum health program, to favor application of good practices on mental illness recovery process which contribute to reduce mental health problems incidence in APEC economies.

This agenda is for technical support for the PDSA quality improvement cycle:  a plan to test the change (Plan), carry out the test (Do), observe, analyze, and learn from the test (Study), and determine what modifications, if any, to make for the next cycle (Act).

This program aims to increase a person’s chance of employment and their earning potential. For these reasons, investment in recovery program for mental illness action health provides equal opportunities between individuals, allowing that economies to grow with improve in social welfare. On the other hand, investment in health benefits competitiveness and economic development, when level of health is raising it inspires prosperity of other profession.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: This project meets one of the 4 key areas of Healthy Asia Pacific (HAP) 2020 Initiative: Strengthening the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases, including mental illness. This includes adopting a holistic and multi-sectoral approach that provides continuous health management and early diagnosis/treatment. 

This project also supports two of the 5 key factors in the HAP 2020 Roadmap: Government commitment to health, specifically Encourage patient-centered, evidence-informed, and holistic approaches to healthcare and increase equitable access to efficient quality healthcare services; and, Prevention, control and awareness, specifically Promote innovative tools to increase health literacy, such as awareness of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), mental illnesses, disabilities, violence and injuries including preventive and curative interventions, and their respective behavioral risk factors. 

This project also meets the goals of APEC Roadmap to Promote Mental Wellness in a Healthy Asia Pacific (2014-2020): Promote mental health and well-being; Build awareness while reducing social stigma and exclusion associated with mental disorders, and eliminate discrimination; and, Integrate mental health interventions into community and economy-wide primary care and public health strategies. 

Alignment – Forum: This project supports the HWG vision that HWG strives towards an APEC region with resilient and sustainable health systems that mitigate health-related threats to the region’s people, trade and economic security; and Healthy population, with improved health outcomes throughout the life course. This project is aligned with HWG Strategic Plan 2016-2020, in two of its main objectives: Strengthening health systems to improve accessibility, sustainability and quality of healthcare; and Supporting healthy populations across the life-course, including the prevention and control in mental health program. 

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

1)   Webinars: We will organize 3 webinars as follows: 

a) Webinar 1: introduction and training on the optimum health program.

i)  This is a 3-day webinar on empowering people with mental disorders through optimum health program: a new approach to mental health in region.

ii) The training material included the Optimum Health Program module.

iii)  Inviting 150 participants from all economies (6 experts)

iv)  Schedule: 

Duration

Topic

Speakers

Day 1

75’ Presentation

What is health? How behaviour can influence our health

Prof David Jonathan Castle/ Dr Gaye More St Vincent Hospital/ University of Melbourne

15’ Discussion

75’ Presentation

I‐Can‐Do model part 1 | Health Plan 1. Strengths and vulnerabilities ‐ understanding balance

Satti Raja Sitanggang,MD, RSUD Pambalah Batung, Amuntai, kalimantan, Indonesia

15’ Discussion

Day 2

75’ Presentation

I‐Can‐Do model part 2 | Health Plan 2. Stressors and strategies ‐ understanding and monitoring impact

Brigid Ryan St Vincent Hospital Melbourne

15’ discussion

75’ Presentation

Medication. Medication, physical health and metabolic monitoring

Collaborative partners and strategies | Health Plan Identification of key partnerships

Dr Umi Adzlin Silim, Hospital Putrajaya Malaysia

15’ Discussion

Day 3

75’ Presentation

Change enhancement. Understanding past events and defining change

Dr. dr Azimatul Karimah Universitas Airlangga Surabaya

15’ discussion

75’ Presentation

Visioning and goal setting. Creative problem solving and planning

dr. Santi Yuliani, M.Sc., Sp.KJ RSJ Prof Dr Soerojo Magelang

15’ Discussion

Homework Project:

i)  After webinar 1, each economy will bring “homework” project about the Optimum Health Program implementations. Each economy will implement Optimum Health Program  for 1 months to their clients and use the pre and post test tools, finding what is best and the challenges in implementation and the quality improvements.

ii)  Implementation is carried out on clients using existing tools: I can do model, Health Plan 1, Health Plan 2, Health Plan 3 to maintain wellbeing.

iii) Implementation in each economy after training only requires 2 clients to implement, with health protocol or online. It’s not mandatory to meet the client and it can be done by online interview 

b)   Webinar 2: Booster program for post implementation of Optimum Health Program by participants

i) 3 Hours webinar for evaluation of Optimum Health Program implementation.

ii)  Inviting 150 participants (including 11 member of economies and 6 experts) to evaluate Optimum health program project. 

Webinar will be focused on building the foundation of engagement from the first webinar and to embed learnings from training to practice. Reflection sessions will focus analyzing experiences with the recovery framework and improving on future performances. Material from the speaker will be recorded and it will be given to all participants to help participant doing their homework. The recording video also will be used as material for developing further activities in the module. No publications of recording video, only given to the economy. 

c)   Webinar 3: Collection of data and developing comprehensive report

i)  3 hours webinar to review quality assurance data collected on all activities for the Committee.

ii)  We will develop a comprehensive report which can be distributed with learnings and resources for implementing recovery-oriented practices as exampled by the Optimum Health Program. 

2)     Comprehensive Report will include:

a)   Activities on Optimum Health Program implementation in each economy,

b)   Reports on the success of Optimum Health Program application in economies, after one month.

c)   Case reports in each economy and on the successful use of Optimum Health Program for clients.

d)   Reports authored by each economy will be compiled by Project Overseer

e)   Activity reports conducted by POs regarding webinar activities 1,2 and 3.

The Comprehensive report will be submitted on APEC Publication.

Outcomes: The project aims to reorient both organisations and individuals towards recovery-oriented practice. Recovery-oriented practice is a core component of ongoing health care reforms that emphasises the personal journey of people with mental illness.

a.   People with Mental Illness impacts: Optimum Health Program helps participants/patients with mental illness to understand the factors that have an impact on their mental health and develop the skills they need to achieve and maintain optimum health, and steps or strategies in implementing it in everyday life that can be conveyed to others as well.

b.   Clinician impacts: Over the course of this project, participants will be provided with a range of resources for healthcare workers to promote recovery and reduce the impacts (for example social isolation, loss of employment, relationship problems or relapse) that may accompany a mental illness.  Clinicians will be trained in using the Optimum Health Program, an evidence-based approach to Collaborative Therapy, which explores the origin of wellbeing within every person and supports the person to develop the necessary skills to maintain hope and self-agency in the face of life's challenges. The program can be used alongside clinical interventions or as stand-alone outreach support

c.   Organizational impacts:  Research has shown that management processes must consider recovery-oriented practice. This includes recruitment, professional development, supervision, appraisal, audit, service planning and operational policies.  Health Leadership can be explored and evaluated.  This will be using feedback surveys on confidence and skills to lead such as building trusted relationships, understanding your role and responsibilities, being decisive and adaptable, focusing on accurate and timely communication, being confident and optimistic and taking care of yourself and your team.

d.   Regional impacts:  The Asian Development Bank (ADB) recently prepared an Update to the Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2020 with a Theme Chapter on Wellness in Worrying Times, September 2020.  This publication noted that policies that promote and facilitate health and overall wellness are vital for Asia and the Pacific’s recovery from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.  The comprehensive report will contribute to regional understandings of wellness in individual, families and communities, especially considering cultural implications for health services advocacy and promotion of wellness with considerable assets for enhancing economic development and public health.

The outcomes and lessons from the project will be used to improve the delivery of the program more efficiently and effectively. Those who have training and field experience will be engaged to train others and share their experiences to build capacity to their peers. Lessons from the project will have important implications to scale up the model other low and middle income settings and economies across the APEC region.

a.   Strategic actions on implementation optimum health program

b.   Webinar participants’ knowledge about strategic actions on empowering people with mental disorders

c.   Health Systems on APEC economies are strengthened

d.   Conclusions about the discussion of the application of the recommendations and practical guidance for the implementation of the optimum health program

Beneficiaries: Target participants are 11 APEC member economies from Republic of Korea, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, Canada, Singapore, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, China, Japan; Thailand (Co-sponsors).

The participants can be from Ministry of Health (government) and representatives from the private sector or civil society related to health sector/mental health, academics (public health department), health practitioners, caregivers or other stakeholders with experiences in mental health program in their economy and preferably have experience in development of national or sub-national of mental health care. They will benefit from this project by sharing information and insights during and after the project as well as having increased capacity in the strategic actions on empowering people with mental disorders. The participants may also support the elimination of stigma that is still strongly embedded in economies society through the optimum health program. Removing the stigma that exists in the community is indeed not easy, it requires collaboration from all existing elements, both the Government (both Central and Regional), the community, non-governmental organizations, the private sector, and families (stakeholders).

Dissemination

a. All the webinar documents and materials, including webinar agenda, participant feedback evaluation and conference materials will be prepared in electronic publication of comprehensive report with main conclusions and agreements.

b. The comprehensive report will comply with the APEC publications and logo guidelines and copyrights and will be submitted to the APEC Secretariat after the webinar.

c. The report will be uploaded to APEC. The participants are encouraged to download and to make a use of report. Also, they are encouraged to disseminate the knowledge gained upon returning to their economies to share with their colleagues and decision makers.

d.  We have no intention in selling outputs arising from this project.

e.  If approved by APEC, the outcomes of the project will be written as an article to be submitted to an academic journal for wider dissemination to multidisciplinary professionals and mental health institutions both nationally and internationally. The comprehensive report will also be shared with the APEC Digital Hub for Mental Health which serves as the coordinating centre for APEC’s work in mental health. This would enable the wider distribution the stakeholders across the 21 APEC economies.

Gender

This project is focused on long term gains in mental health the region. This will provide significant benefit to men, women and children throughout the region by this program prioritizes how to manage weaknesses, vulnerabilities, and individual strengths in achieving optimal health conditions.

In order to ensure that the project benefits both men and women, gender equity will be actively pursued when finalizing invitations and speakers at this event, in order to have equal input representing the views of men and women within economies. Six speakers will be 33% men, 66% women. Gender equity is critical as women’s economics empowerment will be improved in preventing economic loss related to mental disorders in Asian Pacific Region since most of women are suffering of non-communicable diseases. Gender determines the differential power and control men and women have over the socioeconomic determinants of their mental health and lives, their social position, status and treatment in society and their susceptibility and exposure to specific mental health risks. Gender differences occur particularly in the rates of common mental disorders - depression, anxiety and somatic complaints. These disorders, in which women predominate, affect approximately 1 in 3 people in the community and constitute a serious public health problem.

With this event, women could increase their knowledge and capacity on health economics, gain equal opportunities to access the markets, mental health services, so women are physically capable of a range of economic pursuits and are prepared both educationally and technically for success in the workforce, in business, and in entrepreneurship and increase the awareness of mental health and policy changes and refinement to reduce the gender inequalities in the future which is according to one of the five pillars on women’s economic empowerment (pillar no. 3).

PO is committed to collecting sex disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (not only those funded by APEC) at the project event.  This data will be included when submitting a Completion Report to the Secretariat upon completion of the project, as well as providing guidance to future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Work Plan

Aug 2021: Contracting Process (APEC funded)

Dec 2021:
Contracting Process (self-funded)
Preparation for conducting webinars (committee only) to identify speakers and participants, develop webinars agenda and materials
Circulate Agenda, inviting speakers and participants

Jan 2022 (1st Week):

Conduct 3-day webinar #1 inviting all economies to introduce and train participants on the optimum health program.

Webinar 1: 2) Homework project: implementation of optimum health program in each participants’ economies, 3) Webinar 2: Booster program for post implementation of Optimum Health Program by participants, and 4) Webinar 3: Collection of data and developing comprehensive report.

Feb 2022 (2nd Week): Conduct homework project for participants to implement optimum health program in each participants' economies for one month

Mar 2022 (4th Week): Conduct 3 hours Webinar#2 inviting all member economies to review and boost program after the implementation of Optimum Health Program by participants.

1 Apr 2022: Submit APEC Project Monitoring Report to APEC Secretariat

Apr 2022 (1st Week):
Develop webinar agenda, materials
Launching the website
Circulate Agenda, inviting speakers and participants

Apr 2022 (2nd Week): Event Evaluation


Apr 2022 (3rd Week): Conduct Webinar No. 3 to collect data and developing comprehensive report (committee only)

May 2022 (1st Week): Post-event Report

May 2022:
Draft the Comprehensive Report and submit to the Secretariat by 1st May 2022. Once reviewed and finalized, the document will be circulated to HWG for endorsement.
Draft the APEC Project Completion Report and submit to APEC Secretariat

Aug 2022: Submit APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to APEC Secretariat.

June 2023: Participation in the Long-Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat.





Risks

Risk associated to the project´s implementation is as follows:

A.  Speaker´s participation: This project may have difficulty bringing speakers to a distant economy such as Australia or some speaker can’t attend the conference unexpectedly. Efforts will be made to have high-level speakers, so the contact of hosting economies and co-sponsoring economies will play an important role to motivate participation in this project. Like solution, during the planning stage of the webinar, we will prepare a backup speaker list to cope with this kind of situation.

B. Low participation: To reduce the risk of low participation, invitation will be sent in a timely and adequate manner, and we will request confirmation early. With the invitation we will be sent a brief description of the objectives of webinar to motivate the participation of guest.

C.  Due to the COVID-19 of the pandemic and travel restrictions, many educational and training activities have had to be deferred or suspended, and conferences have either been cancelled, postponed, or were conducted as virtual meetings in a much smaller scale. The project will develop contingency plans in case the face-to-face meetings are not possible, which may include a combination of smaller in-person training sessions and online training components. Implementation in each economies after training (practice the tools) only requires 2 clients to implement, with health protocol or online. It’s not mandatory to meet the client and it can be done by online interview. We are expecting at least 10 participants will carry out this home work project. To ensure this, we will have Review and regular communication with all participants to perform the Optimum Health Program particularly the Homework Project. We also will focus close communication with selected participants which shows high interest in carrying out the Homework Project.

Monitoring and Evaluation

1) Reviewing and regular communication with all participants to perform the Optimum Health Program particularly the Homework Project. We also will focus close communication with selected participants which shows high interest in carrying out the Homework Project.

2) Protocol of the webinars, webinars materials, webinars comprehensive report , presentations, and other related documents will be provided according to the timeline of the project.

3) A regional network for Optimum Health Program could be established and then long-term collaborations could be carried out among economies via frequent emails, virtual meetings or periodic face-to-face meetings and mutual visits.

4) RSJ Soeroso Magelang’s website will be used so that all participants, including women, can access all the information on the project.

5)  Indicators of the evaluation: number of participating economies (11 economies); number of participants (75 people); Participation rate of female participants (50%).

The outcome of this project is knowledge and skill of the participants to use Optimum Health Program, measured by pretest and post-test form, include: the relevance of the Optimum Health Program approach to practice and experience (simplicity of the tools, flexibility to work with different levels of readiness and health literacy, mutual transformation as an attractive approach to change in practice). Skills and key messages needed for health practitioners to use the Optimum Health Program (different aspects of health and wellness) using the Optimum Health Program Wheel, techniques for shifting focus from illness to health, from hospital to community resources, and collaborating with other health partners, support structures required to transfer training into practice.

Outputs/ Outcomes

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

Outputs

Webinars

Contract executed

January 2022

Certification by PO

Contract

No. of experts engaged

6

Event Attendance List

Comprehensive Report

No. of attending economies

75

Event Attendance List

Comprehensive Report

% of participating men/women

50/50

Event Attendance List

Comprehensive Report

Content developed and deployed

February 2022

Certification by PO

Contract

Homework Project

No. of Economies/ participants submitting report

10

Homework Project Report list

Comprehensive Report

The Comprehensive Report

No. of pages

20

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

Submission to the Secretariat

August 2022

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

Outcomes

Participants knowledge and skill in implementing Optimum Health Program

 % of participants report substantial knowledge increase

75%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Comprehensive Report

developing APEC economies report substantial knowledge increase

25%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Comprehensive Report

women report substantial knowledge increase

33%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Comprehensive Report


Linkages

This program helps people with mental disorder to achieving optimal health conditions. Its linkages with WHO Mental Health Action Plan 2020, that have objectives to provide comprehensive, integrated and responsive mental health and social care services in community-based settings and implement strategies for promotion and prevention in mental health. This program also linkages with WHO Quality Rights to promoting the human rights of people with psychosocial, intellectual and cognitive disabilities. In addition, this project also supports APEC Digital Hub for Mental Health. One of the priority focus area of APEC Digital Hub for Mental Health is Advocacy and Public Awareness, which addresses the challenges of stigma on mental health. 


Sustainability

This webinar will serve as an opportunity for APEC member economies to exchange experience and information on strategic actions to empowerment people with mental disorder, and the best practices to promote mental health. Also, we’re expecting discussion between APEC Economies and experts the feasibility of implement the materials developed Optimum Health Program. After the webinar a comprehensive report will be elaborated and publish electronic from worktables in both day, and main conclusions and agreements of webinar. The participants are encouraged to download and to make a use of ccomprehensive report. Also, they are encouraged to can disseminate.

The outcomes and lessons from the project will be used to improve the delivery of the program more efficiently and effectively. Those who have training and field experience will be engaged to train others and share their experiences to build capacity to their peers. Lessons from the project will have important implications to scale up the model other low- and middle-income settings and economies across the APEC region.


Project Overseers

The project will be organized by The Prof. Dr. Soerojo Magelang, Psychiatric Hospital, Indonesia. A network will be built to conceptualize the project, involving local and international resources. All the resources collaborate to create a concept and prepare the needed materials for the webinar. The specific roles of the resources will be distributed based on the particular capacities.


Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Short-Term Clerical Staff (48 hours):
a) Drafting General Information
b) Contacting Speakers and Moderator
c) Creating Invitation for Government Officials and confirming their attendance
d) Identifying and inviting academic and business representatives and confirming their participation in the Workshop
e) Designing flyers to be posted in the government' social media accounts
f) Confirming participation from APEC
g) Compiling participants data of the Workshop
h) Uploading Workshop materials
i) Ensuring and supervising all aspects of virtual event during the Workshop

Contractor (Webinar Design and Hosting) (37 hours):
a) Developing ex-ante and ex-post evaluation
b) Taking notes during the Workshop
c) Collecting, analysing and synthesizing primary and secondary data during and at the end of the project, including but not limited to number of participants, including female participation, ex-ante and ex-post surveys
d) Drafting the Comprehensive Report of maximum 20 pages will be submitted to report and evaluate the implementation of the Workshop, which will include the following but not limited to: introduction of the project, summary of speakers' presentations; findings derived from discussions at the Workshop; suggested recommendations as well as survey and feedback from the participants.


Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

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