Category: Latest Research

Technological and Digital Interventions for Mental Health and Wellbeing: An Overview of Systematic Reviews

Research increasingly shows how selective and targeted use of technology within care and welfare can have several advantages including improved quality of care and active user involvement. The current overview of reviews aims to summarize the research on the effectiveness of technology for mental health and wellbeing. The goal is to highlight and structure the diverse combinations of technologies and interventions used so far, rather than to summarize the effectiveness of singular approaches.

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Framing the Issues: Digital Mental Health in Asia

More than a decade since the World Health Organization declared “no health without mental health,” its message bears heeding more than ever. Many countries have suppressed certain infectious diseases and chronic physical illnesses, but these successes have not been replicated

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Global eMental Health Series: Webinar 12

The demand for, and supply of, eMental Health tools has seen steady growth over the years for good reasons. Their routine use can make preventative interventions more accessible, decrease barriers to evidence-based treatments, extend the scope and capabilities of the mental health service provider workforce and transfigure the employee mental health and wellbeing outcomes of enlightened organizations.

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Digital Health Solutions for Mental Health Disorders During COVID-19

The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has had an immense impact infecting 10 million individuals and claiming 500,000 lives globally as of 1 July 2020 (1). The rapid spread was largely enabled by the onset of the outbreak in Wuhan city just prior to the Lunar New Year season, a peak period in travel to and from China (2).

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Overview of HRI’s Digital Innovations Program

Lack of timely access to effective mental health and addiction treatment services is a major issue worldwide. Individuals, families, workplaces, and societies all suffer as a result. Using digital therapeutic tools can help expand services at a low cost. But

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