According to CMU Resolution of 21 October 2015 2015 р. No. 835 “On Approval of the Regulation on Data Sets to be Made Public in the Form of Open Data”, the Ministry of Health, among other things, shall make public data on disease statistics in accordance with medical statistical reporting forms (No. 7 to No. 25; No. 31-healthy – No. 60-healthy), to the district, municipal or health care providers scale, from 1991 to the present (in the absence of data – based on the most recent year for which data is available).
Order of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine of 30 November 2017 No 1504, approved statistical form No. 10 “Report on Provision of Mental Health Care to Population for ___ year”. According to this form, the health care institutions regardless of their organizational and legal form and natural persons being entrepreneurs who conduct a medical practice based on the license and took part in the provision of psychiatric care to the population, including persons with mental disorders and behavioral disorders due to the use of psychoactive substances in the reporting year are required to submit reports electronically to the State Agency “Center for Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Monitoring of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine” (hereinafter, the Center).
Today, the Center was reformed into the State Institution “Institute of Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatric Examination and Drug Monitoring of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine” (hereinafter, the Institute). Thus, the Institute became the legal successor of the Center, according to the Order of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine No. 1584 of 29.07.2021 “On the Reorganization of the State Institution “Centre for Mental Health and Monitoring of Drugs and Alcohol of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine”.
The Law of Ukraine “On Public Data Access” mandates that public data in the form of open data be made freely accessible to the public. Open data may be used and shared indefinitely without restriction.
Anyone is free to copy, publish, distribute, and use open data in any way they want, including for commercial purposes, in combination with other data, or by incorporating open data into their own product, as long as they credit the data source.
To continue using open data, a mandatory link to the data source is required (including a hyperlink to the open data provider’s website page).
State Agency «Institute of Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatric Examination and Drug Monitoring of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine» informs that the Order of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine #2065 of 27 September 2021 approved the Statute of the Institute of Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatric Examination and Drug Monitoring of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine» […]
Please find the Mental Health Visual Materials in the “Guidance Materials“ section to download.
Employees of the State Agency «Center for Mental Health and Monitoring Drugs and Alcohol of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine» are attending the 64th session of the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs, scheduled to run from 12 to 15 April. The Commission was set up by Resolution 9 (I) of the Economic and Social Council […]