The prevANS project aims to provide tools and strategies to prevent anxiety in the adult population.
prevANS is an initiative of a team of researchers who are part of the SAMSERAP research group (Mental Health, Services and Primary Care), with whom INSATI has been collaborating for years on projects in the field of mental health.
This group is made up of a strong multidisciplinary team of family doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, epidemiologists and statisticians and has carried out research projects funded by international (European Framework Programs, Medical Research Council, etc.) and Spanish (ISCIII, MINECO, Consejería de Salud de la Junta de Andalucía, etc.) research agencies. It belongs to the Biomedical Research Institute of Malaga (IBIMA) and the Research Network on Chronicity, Care, Preventive Activities and Health Promotion (RICAPPS).
prevANS is a training that any user will be able to do through the web or a mobile application, receiving information and tools to prevent anxiety problems, improve mental health and strengthen well-being, in order to help greater well-being. These are its main features:
LEARNING AND EMPOWERMENT
With prevANS you will get support to take care of your mental health and strengthen your well-being. In addition, you will learn strategies to help you reduce stress, anxiety symptoms, worries and fears.
FLEXIBILITY OF USE
You will be able to use this application through your mobile, computer or tablet, whenever and wherever you want at the time that best suits your daily routine.
The content of prevANS will be personalised, taking into account your likelihood of suffering from anxiety and adapting the training to you and your needs.
The prevANS application is offered free of charge as it is part of a scientific study supported by the Ministry of Science and Innovation of the Spanish Government.
The prevANS application has been developed by an experienced team of scientists from the Institute of Biomedical Research of Malaga (IBIMA) and the University of Malaga together with other Spanish scientific-academic centres and contains scientifically proven strategies for the improvement of well-being and mental health.