eMental Health: Opportunities for the third sector?

, Carmelite Community Centre, 56 Aungier St, Dublin, Ireland (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM)

This seminar will address the opportunities eMental Health presents for third sector organisations in the mental health field. Themes will include ways that existing eMental Health applications can enhance the mental services and supports provided by the third sector, as well as ways the sector can be to the fore in driving innovation in development of new eMental health applications and tools. It also aims to provoke a discussion about integration of (e)Mental Health services, clear pathways and engagement with users.
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Digital Mental Health: Increasing access and equity

, Cardiff, Wales

On July 4th 2019, the Mental Health Foundation, the UK partner in the eMEN project, organised a seminar Digital Mental Health: Increasing Access and Equity in Cardiff, Wales. The seminar was organised in collaboration with the Public Health Wales 1000 Lives Mental Health and Learning Disability team. Carol Shillabeer, CEO Powys teaching Health Board, opened the day. Delegates were informed that Wales is well placed to incorporate digital technology into mental health care and that digital technology can play a key role in mental healthcare.
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Let’s make it work! Another dynamic eMEN seminar

, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

On March 28, almost 90 stakeholders in the field of e-mental health came together at the VU University in Amsterdam to discuss e-mental health implementation in the ‘real world’. SMEs, mental health professionals, insurance companies, researchers, students, policy makers and end-users discussed various implementation topics and approaches, which resulted in a very interesting and multidisciplinary event that gave a good reflection of the different implementation barriers.
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Prevention with digital technologies: expanding the possibilities for better mental health

, London, UK

On the 24th January 2019, The Mental Health Foundation in collaboration with the University of York hosted the conference ‘Prevention with digital technologies: expanding the possibilities for better mental health’ at the Barbican Centre in London. More than 200 delegates came together to learn about and exchange ideas about the evidence behind long-term approaches for a future where digital technologies can help protect against mental health problems and deliver good mental health for all.
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